Driving away from the mansion, Thom and Carson reflect on their success and joke about how they avoided being fired. And Carson does a little design work, usually the kind of project that would feel juvenile on Trading Spaces Junior, like spray painting a chandelier. Well that was kinda fun, with the total lack of any shows on television about decorating, I'm totally in and will record it. I'm so happy to be spending time with Thom again! I liked the rest of the redo for that big house though. They fell right back into the easy banter they had way back when they were on Queer Eye. Loved that Thom left the ping pong table in place. Blue is a neutral - really? Filicia is universally known for his ability to create stunning modern, yet classic interiors that retain an inviting aesthetic that reflects the individuality of his clients.
Hey, we're at Mood and then we see Swatch. Season 1, Episode 1 October 19, 2018 Season 1, Episode 1 October 19, 2018 Interior designer Thom Filicia and fashion guru Carson Kressley take on homeowners Sherrie and Dave, who want to turn their vast living room and grotto into a fun but functional family space. Having said that though, I'm not a fan of the gold and white wallpaper at the Grotto house. I wouldn't trust the adhesive to stay glued, especially on a bathroom window where it's exposed to moisture everyday. The one thing I was most impressed with was how normal the teen daughters were. I would trust Thom too, but I'd still want final approval on his ideas! I liked the blue walls. It's just easier to paint and then if we sell again, at least it's just a neutral color the potential buyer would be dealing with.
How does that mom who can't make a decision manage her life? Are they gathering dust in a bargain basement somewhere alongside a collection of early noughties chenille throws and diamond-studded low-rise jeans? Wondering how those seams will hold up if she pulls those drapes open and closed on the daily. I do like landscaping show too not as well because I was always learning something new about plants. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. Loved the episode and seeing Thom and Carson together again. Hated the great room in West Nyack. I didn't love the wallpaper and the curtains together, but I could keep my mouth shut about the wallpaper if it meant I got those curtains. I wouldn't trust any designer to redo my house without me picking out the colors, etc.
As soon as I saw that Carson and Thom had a show, I was on board! We put it on the ceiling of a closet, the inside of a bookcase … those small triumphs can motivate you to tackle bigger projects. Season 1, Episode 4 November 9, 2018 Season 1, Episode 4 November 9, 2018 Tasked with getting their home Shabbat ready, Thom and Carson help married couple Sara and Ehud find balance between Sara's quirky aesthetic and Ehud's more traditional taste. Other than the wallpaper he picked, I liked most everything else. He's still writing and publishing it today. Thom takes Carson under his wing to teach him interior design by channeling Carson's impeccable sense for fashion.
It's just easier to paint and then if we sell again, at least it's just a neutral color the potential buyer would be dealing with. My favorite of the new ones. I wonder how the bedrooms looked. I wouldn't trust any designer to redo my house without me picking out the colors, etc. Season 1, Episode 3 November 2, 2018 Season 1, Episode 3 November 2, 2018 Thom and Carson take on a New Jersey couple battling to incorporate his Italian style while sticking to her modest taste set on a spreadsheet budget.
These two arbiters of style work together, play together, argue, compromise and create spaces as only they can in their quest to make America chic again. The duo will create breathtaking and affordable home redesigns for their lucky clients using expert skills mixed with their signature endearing charm fans fell in love with during Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Not that I'm in the market for a couch, but typically when I see thing uber pricey, they're just tacky. All those bucks and none for the kids' bedrooms? Mostly, I appreciate this show—which is produced by original Queer Eye co-creator David Metzler at his Critical Content shingle Free Range Media—for reuniting two of the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy cast members. I'm also looking forward to Sweet Home because I loved Sweet Home Oklahoma. Season 1, Episode 8 December 8, 2018 Season 1, Episode 8 December 8, 2018 Paralyzed by the fear of design, New Jersey couple Nicole and Charbel enlist Thom and Carson to help with their inability to decide on a cohesive look for their home. She said that just going in the fabric store was overwhelming for her.
Carson has such a quick wit and is never mean with his humor. West Nyack, not so much. The banter between Carson and Thom is so much fun to watch. A member of the Television Critics Association who serves on its board of directors, Andy, 41, also directs the journalism program at Stetson University in Florida, where he teaches creative nonfiction and journalism. I stood next to it with my arm around it like it was a lost dog until my husband came with the truck.
Cox, is troubled with bad online reviews due to her dismal waiting room. I certainly felt for the children and the surgeon husband who had all lived without a goddamn couch because mother is a fretting, insecure mess. It was entertaining, totally funny, and also gave people a taste of how real designers work. While they looked good for the reveal, I think some top stitching would add strength and look sharp. We ask that you report content that you in good faith believe violates the above rules by clicking the Flag link next to the offending comment or by filling out. Both clients seemed genuinely pleased with the reveals, and that's the only thing that matters.