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.
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!
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.
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!
Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away. If you’re still planning your menu and looking for an elegant hors d’oeuvre, Beth has the perfect solution! Goat Cheese Tartelettes with Onion Jam are inexpensive, easy-to-make, and sure to add a special touch to your Thanksgiving celebration. GOAT CHEESE TARTLETTES WITH ONION JAM Makes 24 INGREDIENTS: 4 oz (113 g) of crumbled goat cheese 2 sheets puffed pastry 2 tbsp (30 ml) olive oil 1 sweet yellow onion 1 red onion 2 tsp (10 ml) balsamic vinegar 1 tbsp (15 ml) honey salt and pepper to taste 1 tbsp (15 ml) freshly chopped rosemary METHOD: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. (205 degrees C) Slice onions paper thin. Saute in olive oil until soft and caramelized. Add vinegar and cook until evaporated. Add honey, salt, pepper and rosemary. Cut out circles of puff pastry with a cookie cutter. One that is at least 3 inches wide. Set circles into mini muffin tin, creating little tartelettes. Sprinkle 1/2 tsp of crumbled goat cheese into tarts, and top with onion mixture. At this point you can cover in foil and freeze if not using right away, or pop in fridge until the day of your party. Bake for 10-12 minutes until pastry is golden brown and cheese is melted. Allow to cool slightly before serving.
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.
Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton believes that decorative lighting is one of our greatest accessories. No other element in the home can provide warmth and create the same cozy atmosphere. Join Anne-Marie as she welcomes you into her home and shares her own vintage-mixed-with-modern style through a variety of lighting sources, from outdoor sconces with major curb appeal to beautiful chandeliers, lamps, pendants and task lighting. She'll help you keep it simple, yet refined, demonstrate the power of dimmers, and provide great tips for planning and hanging your lighting!