HGTV’s Jasmine Roth Demystifies Home Renovation Process With Vibrant Debut Book ‘House Story’ (Review)

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After attracting more than 16 million viewers last year with her series Help! I Wrecked My House on HGTV, designer and builder Jasmine Roth has proven to be a real network star thanks to her fresh and creative styles. From helping transform cookie-cutter houses into custom dream homes to rescuing overzealous homeowners from disastrous DIYs, the California-native has brought her bright, daring flair to every renovation and design for clever, unique solutions. But as she shares her home expertise across TV shows for the network, the designer is ready for her most personal volume, simplifying the home renovation process with fresh tips care of her debut book, House Story: Insider Secrets to the Perfect Home Renovation.

Offering a

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Erin Napier Reveals Who Pays for the Furnishings on HGTV’s ‘Home Town’

Photo credit: The Washington Post - Getty Images

Photo credit: The Washington Post – Getty Images

Home Town has been on HGTV for years now, but there are still some burning questions fans have about with the show. Two of the biggest: Who pays for all the furnishings on the show and do the homeowners get to keep everything? After seeing all the carefully curated and impeccably designed pieces from Erin and Ben Napier it totally makes sense why there’s such an interest. If you’ve been wondering this same thing, you’re in luck because we found the answer!

Who pays for the furnishings on HGTV’s Hometown and do the owners get to keep them?

Back in 2017, Erin shared some “insider info.” about this whole process on Instagram. “The homeowners’ budget usually does allow for lots of pieces they get to keep + the custom pieces @scotsman.co builds for each home and I like to use the homeowner’s

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The Day – HGTV’s Ty Pennington on making improvements to your home

Ty Pennington, host of HGTV’s “Ty Breaker,” became a pop culture star in his hit TV shows TLC’s “Trading Spaces” and ABC’s “Extreme Makeover, Home Edition,” which won two Emmys. Pennington helped start America’s obsession with reality home improvement TV. The carpenter, craftsman and designer went on to do many other design shows, create his own line of products and write books.

His latest show on HGTV, “Ty Breaker,” helps conflicted homeowners decide whether to overhaul their home or find another property to renovate. He joined a recent Washington Post Home Front online chat. Here is an edited excerpt.

Q: Do you decorate your own homes in any particular style, or do you put a different spin on each one?

A: I’ve always been partial to modern design, mid-century modern and Scandinavian design. I recently bought a house in Savannah, Ga., that was built in 1853. It’s a departure from

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David Bromstad’s Best Outfits | HGTV’s My Lottery Dream Home

We all know and love David Bromstad for his role in My Lottery Dream Home. And some—who have been watching HGTV for over a decade—may remember him from Color Splash, the show—which he launched after winning Design Star—that aired from 2007 to 2012 and focused on color’s ability to fully revitalize a space.

When you look at David’s full range of design, as well as the shows he’s hosted and been involved in, a few things are clear: He has a terrific eye for color, a knack for embracing dramatic decor, and a preference for standout patterns and designs. While all of these things pertain to his home design style, when we took a closer look, we realized that they play into his wardrobe, too.

With that in mind, ahead, discover seven of our favorite David Bromstad outfits—all of which prove that his eye for style extends beyond

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