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.
Coming soon! This fabulous series takes viewers on eye-popping, jaw-dropping tours of some of America’s most amazing and exclusive homes on opposite coasts. Each show captures the brilliance of two homes as told by the design professionals responsible for the meticulous details and opulent furnishings.
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 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.
In this final episode of her San Diego home tour, Rebecca dazzles with the master suite! Check out the before and after of the master bedroom, its adjoining spa-like bathroom, and the walk-in closet of every woman's dreams. Rebecca not only transforms the flow of traffic between these glamorous spaces, but customizes every aspect with built-ins, special materials, and the smallest details that create the biggest impact.
Storage. Clutter. Junk. Call it what you want. It’s not the most sexy design project, but it’s a nagging issue for many of us. Genevieve Gorder comes to the rescue with solutions to tackle the most common clutter problems with style and panache. Kid stuff, the ever present junk drawer, cramped kitchens — Genevieve has it covered. When you’re space is organized, you can stop working in your home and let your space work for you!
In her sweet Southern drawl, Caroline Harper Knapp says the best way to transition a baby’s room into one better suited for a toddler is to start early. That’s exactly what she did for her first son, Knox. She originally designed a flexible, modern nursery then filled it with multipurpose furniture that can be used for the long haul. See what accessories and toys Caroline chose to give the space a kid-friendly vibe. Our favorite? The colorful teepee!