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“And I don’t mean that as the ‘Trading Spaces’ rooms are high-end — I mean it like they’re very high concept.
So, you might see some crazy couture fashion design image in a Vogue magazine, with the crazy makeup.
Paige Davis has seen hundreds of room transformations from her years hosting “Trading Spaces.” And though the vast majority resulted in beloved transformations, a handful of the redesigned rooms were hated by the homeowners. ” OK, Paige, maybe you shouldn’t be considered a tastemaker.
Yes, you all know about the room with hay-covered walls, and our readers have probably watched this woman break down over her new-look fireplace, but Davis can’t possibly defend the “Prison of Love” bedroom, could she? Also Read: HGTV ' Home Town' Producer Brandon Davis Dies, Host Erin Napier Says “The true, original concept is that ‘I know my neighbors and I know that they’re stuck,'” Davis explained.
” In honor of the triumphant return of TLC's "Trading Spaces," The Wrap looks back at some of the worst designs from the show's original run, from hay glued to the wall to furniture nailed to the ceiling.
“Idols do more than rearrange standards; they also generate standards.
Or flipping through the pages of Vogue,” Davis said.
After all, it had two friggin’ toilets supporting a bench, jail-cell bars covering the windows, and a terrifying mural that would make one want to return to a nightmare. “‘Their home doesn’t represent the people that I know anymore.
They’re stuck in the past or they’re too afraid to move forward, and can envision for them the home that they should have, and I think they should trust me, and I’m gonna trust them, and we’re gonna trade.'” “But for pure logistical [reasons] — out of absolute necessity, the designers need to plan and shop the room ahead of time,” she added.
The show’s often the most fun when there are negative reactions. I can absolutely promise that the reveals will hold surprises, the same as they ever were. Among your family and friends, whose house would you most like to remodel on the show? John Legend (below left), Sara Bareilles (below right) and Alice Cooper sing the Easter story of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. Grace’s (Debra Messing) dad (Robert Klein) and Will’s (Eric Mc Cormack) mom (Blythe Danner) meet and make a surprising connection. Karen (Megan Mullally) is tempted to ditch her husband.
Sunday, 9 p.m., PBS Children’s-book author Stephen Lewis (Benedict Cumberbatch) faces marital anguish with his wife, Julie, (Kelly Macdonald) when their 5-year-old daughter disappears at the neighborhood supermarket.
“Trading Spaces” not only altered and added an entire genre of television, but I think it made people across the country open to the idea that they could do home improvement and design on their own and that it’s not a snooty, only-for-the-elite experience. I want people to know that “Trading Spaces,” above anything else, is 100 percent real. We found that truth was always stranger than fiction, so we could never make up anything that was more crazy and wild than what was happening for real. I just try to understand and facilitate their feelings, their concerns, their joy, everything. Yes — I prefer “effervescent.” Wednesday, 9 p.m., ABC Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) are out of their depth when their daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) gets into a fight with the girls at school over bras.