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 October 11th! 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.
When artist, fabric designer and all around creative genius Lulu DK steps into the kitchen with Nathan Turner, they waste no time getting down to business. This pair cooks up a piping hot spaghetti alle vongole, a beautifully simple Italian dish of pasta and fresh clams. Things get interesting when Lulu proposes that they each swallow an Italian vitamin — a whole clove of garlic. Don’t miss it! SPAGHETTI ALLE VONGOLE kosher salt 6 oz. spaghetti 4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided 1 garlic clove, thinly sliced 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes ¼ cup white wine 2 lb. cockles, Manila clams or littlenecks, scrubbed 2 tablespoons roughly chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley PREPARATION 1. Bring 3 quarts water to a boil in a 5-qt. pot. Season lightly with salt; add pasta and cook, stirring occasionally, until about 2 minutes before tender. Drain, reserving ½ cup pasta cooking water. 2. Meanwhile, heat 3 tablespoons oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and cook, swirling pan often, until just golden. Add red pepper flakes and continue cooking 15 more seconds. Add wine, then clams; increase heat to high. Cover skillet and cook until clams open and release their juices, 3-6 minutes, depending on size of clams. As clams open, use tongs to transfer them to a bowl. 3. Add ¼ cup of the reserved pasta water to skillet; bring to a boil. Add pasta to pan. Cook over high heat, tossing constantly, until pasta is al dente and has soaked up some of the sauce from the pan. Add clams and any juices from bowl to pan, along with parsley, and toss to combine. (Add more pasta water if sauce seems dry.) Transfer pasta to warm bowls and drizzle with remaining oil.
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.
Anne-Marie says that her Mendocino client loves the unique; in fact, he defines it. Her answer? Livable, elegant spaces that incorporate a feeling of the unexpected. Starting in the combined great room, kitchen and dining room, Anne-Marie shows how unique lighting mixes with subtle hues, worn linens and woods, relaxed upholstery and gentle lines to create an accessible space that highlights its beautiful ocean views. Soothing and lush, these quiet spaces are accented with patterns of trees, flowers, and leaves and fibers of cotton, wool and linen, inviting the textures of the outdoors in.
While most people seem to be creating open concept living spaces these days, the Wiegands decide to do just the opposite. Chris works from home and needs an office space, and Casey wants a dedicated room where their family of five can hang out without too many distractions (read: no TV). Watch as they spend a weekend turning a dining/living room into a home office and family room separated by a sliding door constructed from repurposed wood.
Short on space means BIG on detail. Wall color, lighting, entryway, decor — these are the details Theodore Leaf uses to make his small space feel luxurious. In this episode Theodore dishes on his approach to decorating a shoebox apartment without breaking the bank or making the space feel cluttered. Follow his advice for selecting paint colors, styling your entryway, and purchasing items that will change the look and feel of your space without jeopardizing your security deposit.