Monday, May 16, 2011

A Conversation with Charlotte Moss

While Charlotte Moss was in Atlanta last month, I had the chance to spend an afternoon with her touring the Atlanta Decorators Show House and chatting about design, show houses, inspiration, the design process, and her latest book. In fact, I had so much to ask Charlotte and she had so much to share that our conversation was taped for a podcast. Charlotte's show house rooms are some of my very favorites, so it was a real treat for me to be able to sit down and learn more about how Charlotte works her magic to create such inspiring rooms.

I do hope that you'll listen to the podcast below as I think the conversation expands upon many of the themes in her latest book,
Charlotte Moss Decorates: The Art of Creating Elegant and Inspired Rooms. And if you're in Atlanta this Wednesday, May 18, be sure to stop by Mrs. Howard for Charlotte's book signing event. Charlotte will be signing books from 5 to 7pm. Hope to see you there!

For more information on the book signing or to RSVP, please email


  1. Great interview! The ever candid Charlotte Moss. I love the way she's not afraid to speak her mind.

  2. Does it get any better? Not if we're speaking of a thoughtful & informative interview! I've always been a fan of Charlotte Moss, her work and her many books. I so enjoyed your made it sound easy, Jennifer.

  3. Anonymous10:31 AM

    Jennifer, great job. You should make pod casting a part of the blog because you show such ease with it.

  4. Thank you all! Next time, I need to remember not to giggle so much! Let's just chalk it up to giddiness :)

  5. Kathleen Luckard12:07 PM

    A motto for all of us: "I love the hunt for beautiful things"!

  6. Jennifer, We are such a fan of Charlotte's! Thank you so much for posting this podcast! Great info!

    Meg and Brooke

  7. I absolutely loved hearing this wonderful conversation and interview. I agree about the hunt for beautiful things! Thanks for a treat!

  8. Anonymous2:34 AM

    I enjoyed the podcast & agree with a previous commenter that you should do them more often. You have a calm, pleasnt-sounding voice, and I don't think you giggled too much. Great job!

    Karen T.

  9. I had taken a bit of a hiatus from the computer and just found this. This was a wonderful interview! I am so glad that you added the podcast and hope that you will do more in the future. You know who I would really like to hear from? Lee Radziwill. Could you possibly do an interview with her, not really about her sister's life, but about her life?