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Imprint with Natalie Walton focuses on how to create a home and life you love. Featuring interviews and insights with inspiring creatives, entrepreneurs and experts from around the world. Imprint explores life lessons that can have a big impact on both your well-being and the world. And simplifies the decision-making process to help you design a life doing what you love. Learn more at nataliewalton.com
 
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If you’re interested in how to style and how you can do this with confidence, then this episode is for you. I run through the foundations of styling and how carving out the time is often the most important part. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * My styling journey. * The foundations of styling. * Making the most of what you’ve got. * Carving out time to m…
 
Nicoletta Romei shares her experience of leaving Italy to set up a new life in Bangkok, and how The Styling Masterclass gave her confidence to embark on a new creative journey. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Nicoletta’s creative journey to becoming a freelance stylist. * Relocating from Milan, Italy to Bangkok, Thailand. * Connecting through The Stylin…
 
What makes a house a home? Come listen to the 10 principles that are at the core of my book "This is Home: The Art of Simple Living" and learn how to create an authentic and beautiful home no matter where you are at on your home journey. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * This is Home book - 3 years since publication anniversary. * Prioritising our homes. …
 
Many of you will know Samantha Wills for the eponymous jewellery brand she created and scaled to great heights for 15 years. She was named as a “breakout star” by the New York Times, and has been called a “tycoon her of her times” by the Sydney Morning Herald - all on the back of creating a business that began at her kitchen table. But a couple of …
 
If you want to create a sustainable home but are on a budget, this episode is for you. Come listen to three main ways you can save and how to get creative with your design solutions. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Creating sustainably. * Slow living. * Working with what you’ve got. * Questioning your materials. * The power of paint. * The importance of…
 
Would you move into a smaller home? A few years ago Angie Wendricks sold off many of her possessions and downsized into a barn-style home that was the size of her former main living area. The process of sharing her journey on Instagram @countyroadliving changed her life in many ways. Come listen to her story. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Going agains…
 
What is your baseline? This week’s episode focuses on ways you can feel at your optimal level. And how to navigate the different challenges that life can throw at you. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * The power of sleep. * The importance of recalibrating. * How lack of sleep can be a catalyst for other bad health decisions. * Being intentional with balan…
 
You may know Dee Tang from the successful homewares business she founded Kawaiian Lion or perhaps you've seen her styling on television or in store for leading Australian fashion brands. Maybe you know the heartbreaking story about her angel daughter Kawa Leaf. Whatever you've heard, Dee shares so much truth and wisdom in this interview that it's h…
 
One of the hardest things to do in life is to be kind to ourselves. If you’re struggling with your current season, this episode is for you. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * A permission slip to be kind to yourself. * Embracing motherhood. * The ebb and flow of seasons. * The challenges of letting go of certain periods. * Focus and creative flow. * The im…
 
Ameé Allsop is a New York-based architect who is learning to embrace a new season in her life. The last time we met was while photographing her home for my book Still: The Slow Home. She shares her journey transitioning through the different seasons of her life as an architect, furniture designer, wife and mother. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Growing…
 
How are you at finishing what you start? If it's sometimes a struggle, come listen to this week's episode. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Growing and learning from challenges. * The pitfalls of productive procrastination. * Letting go of perfectionism. * The Pareto principle. * The joy of finishing. For more visit nataliewalton.com/podcast/41…
 
If you've ever wondered how exactly you can make the transition from an intern in interior design to running your own studio, come listen to this week's interview with Mariah Burton. She is an interior designer based in Sydney, Australia who has followed her passion for design and her inner compass to being the co-founder of a sustainable studio, F…
 
Many of the sustainable choices we made in our recent studio renovation brought serious savings. Listen to today's episode for 5 ways you can save when renovating your home. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON * Creative thinking for sustainable savings. * The benefits of using recycled or salvaged pieces. * Why investing in better quality materials and produc…
 
Should you project manage your home renovation? This week I interview my husband Daniel Rollston, and we talk about the five questions you need to ask yourself before deciding whether you should project manage your renovation. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Creating a clear vision at the start of your project. * Being realistic about your time. * The i…
 
If you’re in the midst of designing or decorating your Airbnb or holiday rental, then this episode is for you. I take a close look at the practical considerations of Airbnb design and share tips and tricks for creating a thoughtful and comfortable guest experience. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON * Creating a clear sense of your purpose for your build. * T…
 
Have you started planning for 2021 yet? After recording the previous episode I went deep into planning for next year and so thought I’d share how I approach this in case it might help or inspire you in any way. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON * How planning gives you freedom with your days. * Outsourcing to create more time. * Ask, what shouldn’t I be doin…
 
As we’re fast approaching the end of the year I thought it might be interesting to look back on some of the biggest lessons that I’ve learnt this year. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * How quickly we can adapt. * How far we have to go. * How to grow. * How to work smarter. *Setting boundaries. For more, visit nataliewalton.com/podcast/35…
 
If you want to make the right decisions when it comes to designing or decorating your dream home, this episode is for you. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * The importance of a masterplan. * How to make your home more functional. * Distilling your vision. For more, visit nataliewalton.com/podcast/34저자 Natalie Walton
 
Elise Pioch Balzac is a designer and someone who features in my book Still: The Slow Home. In this episode Elise shares how she has grown her successful homewares business Maison Balzac, and how being still changed her life’s journey. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Growing up in a small village in France. * Finding her right career path. * The importan…
 
We’re fast approaching that time of year when many of us will be receiving gifts - and some of them we won’t want. In today’s episode I share some strategies so you can navigate what can be a tricky situation before it’s too late. * How to address the situation ahead of time. * Strategies you can use. * What to do when you receive an unwanted gift.…
 
Simone Mathews is an interior designer on a mission. She's had a prolific career designing and creating homes alongside her builder husband. Many know her through her much-loved former holiday home Soul of Gerringong, as well as her most recent project The Pause. Come listen to Simone's story, and some of the big lessons she's learnt along the way.…
 
It’s so easy to make life more complicated than it needs to be. This is especially true when it comes to making decisions. In today’s episode I share how the answer to any problem is actually simple. I’ve broken this process down into three steps. I hope you find it helpful. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * How to define what the problem really is. * The…
 
If you're interested in how to create a healthier home, or simple ways to be more sustainable with your interior design choices, come listen to this week's interview with interior designer Arabella McIntosh. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Growing up in a barefoot artistic community as a child. * Rebelling against her deep-seated passions in her early y…
 
One of the best ways to make decision-making easier is to limit your choices. This idea can help you decide on everything from your home to your health. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * How simplifying everyday decisions can increase productivity. * Working within a limited palette to create cohesion. * Using your home’s existing architecture and locatio…
 
Creative journeys can take many forms. Meet Kasturi Wren who is a lawyer and a writer, photographer and someone who creates a story in the form of a home. Come listen to her story. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: *Growing up in Sri Lanka surrounded by creatives. *Moving to Australia and her childhood. *Creativity as the basis to build up resilience. *Fulf…
 
Our lives are in many ways a composite of our daily habits. Yet so often we aren't even aware of what they are. Today's episode focuses on how to be more intentional with your habits and make small but significant improvements in you life. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: *Embracing the 1% rule. *The importance of persistence to get results. *How habits he…
 
Kara Demmrich is an interior designer, serial renovator and well-known to many from her time on the TV series, The Block. Her journey is not what you might expect though, and on this week's episode she shares why she made the decision to pivot her career and some of the biggest lessons she's learnt while working in the interiors industry. In this c…
 
If you feel like you're stuck in a cycle of not progressing with the areas of your life that you say are important to you, then this episode is for you. THIS EPISODE FOCUSES ON: * Moving forward and making progress when you are feeling stuck. * Defining your big-picture goals. * The importance of planning and adhering to realistic time constraints.…
 
There are many paths to creativity. Come meet Kelly-Ann Baptiste, an interior stylist and designer at Pure Collected Living. Her journey began in Tobago and has taken her to give Olympic Games four times. But we met in The Styling Masterclass where her focus was on creating spaces rooted in minimalism, but with a timeless appeal. THIS EPISODE FOCUS…
 
"How did you pluck up the courage to follow your dreams? Did it feel like you were taking risks during the process? Did you have to overcome any negative feedback as a designer? If so, how did you overcome that negativity?" Answering a listener's question in today's episode as it's something that many of us have had to ask ourselves at some point -…
 
Michelle Halford is an interiors stylist and writer known around the world for her beautifully curated Instagram feed @thedesignchaser which features images of her home in New Zealand. In this week's conversation, she shares her journey to creating her home, and some of the biggest lessons she's learnt along the way. This episodes focuses on: * Cre…
 
One of the most challenging parts of being a creative is often knowing what you should charge for your product or service. But getting paid is what defines whether we have a career or a hobby. If you don't charge - and the right price - you're not going to make a living out of doing what you love. On this week's episode I focus on what underpins th…
 
Louella Boîtel-Gill has many good stories to tell of her career in the interiors industry - from working for Terence Conran and being hand-picked to set up The Conran Shop in Melbourne to designing furniture for Mark Tuckey and being instrumental for that company’s transformation. In today’s episode, we chat in her home “Gypsy Creek” about her jour…
 
What happens when you like different decorating styles? Today's episode answers this question for a listener. THIS EPISODE FOCUSSES Your style is an expression of you. Examples of personal style. The power of a visual voice. What you value. Imprinting your journey into your interiors. How to create authentic interiors. Designing with your location …
 
One of the questions that I get asked the most is, "How do you do it all?" Today I explain how I make all of the "things" happen - writing books, creating courses, running a homewares business and even creating this podcast, as well as being a mother to four young children. On this special interview episode, I would like to introduce you to my husb…
 
Styling is how we can make the most of our space. It’s a way to create a home you love. It’s not about spending lots of money. Often it’s about using what you’ve got. And it doesn’t matter if you live in a rental or a place you plan to renovate ‘one day’. That’s because styling is the art and science of arranging objects. And it’s how you can enjoy…
 
Today's episode focuses on a topic that can have a big impact on how you feel every single day. To learn more, join my conservation with Ema Rabbidge, a naturopath and educator on women's health. This episode focuses on: * Nutrition as the foundation of our health. * The impact of stress on our bodies. * The role of a naturopath. * How to live in a…
 
If you've created a business or have a passion project, how can you successfully let others know about it? How can you get publicity and press? This week I'm sharing the lessons I've learnt from working in the media for more than 20 years. This episode focuses on: How to create visibility for your project. How to leverage social media. The importan…
 
Danielle McEwan is a friend who I admire on many levels, and in today's podcast I wanted to focus on her journey to creating the successful homewares brand Tigmi Trading. This episode focuses on: Growing up as the daughter of an artist. Moving to the US during a formative age. Learning from the deep end. Working in the music industry during the hal…
 
We can often start a business with grand ideas but how to focus on the part of the business that will actually make it a success. This episode focuses on - Being clear on what your business really involves. - Your position within the marketplace. - How to manage cash flow. - The importance of your target customer. - Strategy to target your market. …
 
Ella Noah Bancroft is a writer and activist for the environment and Indigenous rights. In today's episode she shares her story of growing up as an Indigenous woman within Australia and how we can move forward as a country. This episode focuses on - Moving back to country. - The displacement of Indigenous people in society. - Growing up as the daugh…
 
Today's episode is a follow-up to episode 9 where I am sharing some of the biggest lessons I learnt from creating my book Still: The Slow Home, and some practical ways you can apply these ideas into your own home and life. For notes on this episode visit nataliewalton.com/podcast/10 You can also find me at instagram.com/nataliewalton…
 
In today's episode I'm sharing the biggest lessons that I learnt from creating my book Still: The Slow Home, and some practical ways you can apply these ideas into your own home and life. For notes on this episode visit nataliewalton.com/podcast/9 You can also find me on Instagram.저자 Natalie Walton
 
Jodi Wilson is someone who I have great admiration for on so many levels. She writes beautifully and takes soulful photographs, but more than that she lives her life authentically in her pursuit of simplicity. About two years ago, Jodi and her husband Daniel used their life savings to embark on a trip around Australia in a caravan. On this episode …
 
Once again our world has changed dramatically in a relatively short period of time. Over the past week I have taken time out to listen, read and educate myself on how best to move forward and show up as an anti-racist and be an ally of black, indigenous and melantated voices. It's a process that I'm continuing to engage with as I have a lot to lear…
 
If you want to know how to deal with clutter at home then first of all you need to learn about letting go. Courtney Adamo wrote an essay on this topic in my book "Still: The Slow Home". And on today's podcast, I'm sharing 7 ways to put these ideas into action in your own home. For more visit: Nataliewalton.com/podcast Instagram.com/nataliewalton.co…
 
Evi O is someone who has had a huge impact on my creative life over the past five years. She not only designed the proposal for my book This is Home, which helped me get a publishing contract. But she went on to design This is Home and Still. She is an award-winning book designer and runs a successful design studio in Sydney - Evi O Studio, and is …
 
If you're feeling confused or overwhelmed with all the information that's out there about the best way to use Instagram, let's simplify it, and focus on what you really need to know. It's not what you might think. This episode is about focusing on what can work for you, your style and personality. Because there's not really a one-size-fits-all solu…
 
Emma Lane is a creative visionary who is able to bring her ideas to life in beautiful and captivating ways. She is known in Australia for The Farm at Byron Bay as well as her beautiful home The Range, which features in Still: The Slow Home. We continue our conversation from the book and talk about her own creative journey, and some of the hurdles s…
 
If you've ever wanted to create a book, and get published or want an insight into the process this episode is for you. I share how I got a book contract, and the decisions I had to make along the way. Includes: - The types of books you can create, and what suits your project. - Different styles of photography, and why they’re important. - Different…
 
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