S1 E1 Celebrity interior designer Michelle Workman decides to take her glamorous style, and her family, to Chattanooga, Tennessee and explains how it's not nearly as crazy as it sounds.
Interior designer Amy Matthews has been helping homeowners renovate properties on TV, but now the focus is on her and the redesign of her rustic 1970s rambler in the woods. Watch as this secluded home is transformed from seventies drab to rustic fab!
It’s a renovation show. It’s a design show. It’s a reality show. Outdoor sheds can be a quick solution for extra storage, but they are so dang UGLY. Our hosts Michael Murray and Ricky Paull Goldin and their team of diehard contractors are ready to throw down a blistering weekend makeover that turns a boxy eyesore into a cottage of dreams in 48 hours. Coming soon!
Who knew changing a lightbulb was so challenging? Actually, it’s not. It’s finding the right bulb that’s the hard part. Catherine McCord invites us into her kitchen, where she films and photographs meals for her Weelicious blog, to talk lighting. Contractor friend Jeff is on hand to give us the skinny about the variety of lighting options, from LED to incandescent to fluorescent, and when and where to use each kind. When Catherine learns that one LED bulb can last 22 years, she’s sold on it. Watch this episode of Modern Home Ec for more money-saving techniques to maximize your time when it comes to home lighting!
As our Space Off teams approach the final round, the competition is heating up and the design challenges continue to get more and more interesting. In this episode, two teams in the semi-finals are tasked with creating a space inspired by music. The musical themes chosen by each team — jazz and disco — make for a contest that is anything but boring. See how the designers interpret this musical challenge in their rooms, then you get to help decide which team advances to the finals!
Where do Bob and Cortney Novogratz and their 7 kiddos set up shop for their family workspace? None other than the dining room, of course! Leave it to this brilliantly creative bunch to devise an untraditional space where the entire family can work, plan, play and do homework together. The Novogratz’ knack for fusing high style with bright colors, playful patterns, and flea market finds makes for family-friendly workspace we can’t get enough of!
Style expert Jeannie Mai despises her current “dungeon bathroom” so much that she simply refuses to use it. This dark, dated room doesn’t jive with the rustic-luxe look of the rest of the house. Jeannie calls on DIY guru Kelly Edwards and says it’s time for this room to go. Together they tear out the brown tiled countertop and replace it with a sleek wooden vanity. Updated lighting, wood-look tile and marble, and — lo and behold — an uncovered window, make this reveal a truly dazzling before-and-after and a reason for Jeannie to celebrate. You’ll love the result!