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.
In this season's final episode, lifestyle blogger Layla Palmer gives her builder-selected kitchen a personalized, cottage-style makeover. Follow Layla’s DIY mission to brighten this space up and give it a farmhouse-fresh feel.
From one trip to the grocery store to a party of leftovers, the refrigerator can easily become the most overstuffed space in the house. Sara Lynn shares simple tips, tricks and shortcuts designed to keep food fresh and your fridge organized.
Claire Thomas from Kitchy Kitchen swears by three rules when it comes to entertaining: pick foods that are visually beautiful, easy to make, and follow the 3-to-1 rule. What’s the 3-to-1 rule? It’s Claire’s insider tip for easy hosting. Watch this episode to find out what that secret is as Claire puts together a simple but beautiful rainbow crudite with an herb yogurt dip.
Take a tour of this totally transformed space in an up-and-coming north Philadelphia neighborhood, and see how interior designer Kelly Straka and her team turn it from a dilapidated warehouse to a sleek and sexy, industrial chic home. Kelly shows you how mixing modern elements with original features like a full-length, exposed brick wall creates a unique blend of urban architecture and sophisticated style.
We asked designer Genevieve Gorder what’s trending right now. Her answer? Scandinavian furniture and design. In this episode of Design(ish), Genevieve takes us on a tour of her Scandinavian-influenced home and talks textures, color palettes, embellishments and more. She also tells us what trends she doesn’t want to see again for a while. (Hint hint, chevron.)
Join host Summer Bellessa as she tours the romantic, modern home of holistic lifestyle and beauty expert Shiva Rose. Nestled among the big oaks in Pacific Palisades, CA, this lovely 1940s ranch home practically glows with natural light. Shiva’s unique touches shine throughout the house, from the lighting in each room to the “alchemy den” where she creates her all-natural Local Rose beauty products from scratch. Shiva originally fell in love with the surrounding trees and outdoor space here. It’s not hard to see why!