Friday, February 25, 2011

Get Carried Away with HGTV

I must admit, I have been hooked on HGTV for sometime now. There is just something about vicariously enjoying nice houses in far away places or finding a solution to that crowded furniture look or the non-existent curb appeal.

There is no space Candice Olson cannot transform into a classy abode.I am certain she can do a lot even a with zebra wallpaper,( not my first choice for wallpaper but it is for someone.)  There is no home that Lisa Laporte cannot renovate, redecorate on a budget and get ready to sell. She can re-purpose sectional couches into separate conversation areas and make the look new again.  How about tips to unclutter that home office like storage in lift top coffee tables to maximize space.  And John Gidding can make the path to your front door very inviting.

Sectional Makes Good Conversation Space
HGTV is a virtual feast and an armchair travelogue. I enjoy looking for houses for the first time home buyer as well as  for the high end condo dweller in New York City or learning from Holmes about all the pitfalls of shoddy and shady contractors. I have fun traveling to different countries house hunting for just the right place.

Yes, I do love HGTV for taking me away to homes and places I could pretend to be mine.

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