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Episode 179: Countdown Interview with Cloth & Kind

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Welcome to our Top Episode Countdown with Cloth & Kind

Think you can guess who our listener’s favorite guest has been?

When you listen to today’s Countdown Episode add a comment on our website’s episode page and share your guess. If you’re correct we’ll add your name to a drawing. On 01 September we’ll draw one name who will win a copy of our Top Podcast Guest’s Book.

It’s simple. Just leave a comment and share who you think is our listener’s favorite podcast guest.

One of your favorites was Cloth & Kind.   Enjoy our chat and this background helping you learn more about this special friend of Million Dollar Decorating.

 


 

CLOTH & KIND is a nationally recognized residential & commercial interior design firm led by

principals Krista Nye Nicholas & Tami Ramsay with office locations in Ann Arbor, MI & Athens,

GA, and projects nationwide. The pair is renowned for their collaborative approach to the design

process and for their ability to create spaces with history and heart, with story and substance.

Each project is layered with a meticulous mix of one-of-a-kind finds and a heavy dose of unique

and custom textiles, curated art and furnishings. CLOTH & KIND’s design aesthetic is always

classic and patinaed with a modern vibe and a worldly influence. Krista & Tami received the honor

of being nominated and achieving semi-finalist status in Traditional Home magazine’s 2016 New

Trad search which honors the best and brightest up and coming designers from across the country

(the final 10 award winners will be selected on or around April 15, 2016). Their work has been

featured in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Casa Vogue Brazil, Detroit Home, House Beautiful, Lonny,

and online in Apartment Therapy, Elle Decor, Remodelista, Rue & StyleBeat among other

publications.

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