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They are both really busy with really intense careers, and they're being pulled in so many different directions. We asked them to trust us and gained their trust. This season you do see me take Gabrielle shopping in the first episode. We go to a store here in Los Angeles that we shop at a lot.
It just makes things so much easier because we understand each other on a deeper level. He knows my frustration with the design part of the business, and I know his frustration on the styling side of the business. It just makes for a deeper understanding of each other. Some of the challenges become where we have so much work going on and so many projects going on at one time that it is hard to find time where we are talking about something that has nothing to do with work.
AD : But there is a moment in the Sanaa Lathan episode where there's a little friction between the two of you over a statue. It seems like you are not shy about giving each other input.
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It is completely a full-blown marriage even when it comes to design. You can have the sconces. AD : Do you have a favorite design project that viewers will see on the show?
The house itself was one that they bought knowing that they would need to renovate. We went in and came up with ideas for them and then you see us go through the job from start to finish, and you see all the things that typically happen with a job, like that there are unexpected problems when you open up the walls.
I think that was the biggest transformation.
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And I would say because it is the biggest project, it was our favorite that made the show, for sure. Celebrity Style. By Jordi Lippe-Mcgraw. By Mayer Rus. By Stefanie Waldek.dispsetiwee.ga
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AD : How would you describe your design aesthetic? While on Twitter, I recently connected with acclaimed social media influencer, lifestyle designer, and celebrity interior designer Kelli Ellis. Kelli has She has also been very successful on TV. You have to stand out and be original.
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Having a reel is a must. A short, sweet compilation of your work on camera is key to getting noticed by TV casting or any producer. If you have a niche, emphasize it on camera as well as your look. TIME and crew! On camera, we do minimal changes for the sake of time. If we do a substantial change or renovation that must be completed in a short window, we have triple the crew to finish the project. Usually the production company will kick in money to complete the project quicker.
No, not generally. Sometimes the homeowner must kick in money before being picked.
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Most often the production company picks up the tab or a portion of the tab. We always shop trade, but depending on availability and budget, we will shop big box stores. I use my discounts whenever I can. I have several shows cooking now. I like the producer role these days. I get to be more flexible with time. Oh, and did I mention her book? Check it out: Do I look skinny in this house?
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- The show does follow the same formula, episode after episode.
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How does real-life interior design differ from TV design? We were videotaping the messy bedroom and I picked up some items on the floor, not realizing they were very odd sex toys! The entire staff lost it—we died laughing, mostly at my expression when I realized what I was holding! Reality TV is very produced; many situations are completely contrived. With every home shoot, we bring a ton of people with us, completely taking over an entire home.
I was eating with my staff in the formal dining room of a home we were remodeling.
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