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We all know designers and trendsetters who inspire us. But have you ever wondered where their inspiration comes from? You flip through magazines gazing at the stunning houses and spaces they decorate, but wouldn't you like to know how they came up with the design behind them? My Favorite Place is an all-access behind-the-scenes look at the spaces today's top designers and trendsetters find most inspiring.
Comedian Kathy Griffin and Best Friend and TV Host Lara Spencer Give a Behind the Scenes Tour of Kathy's Hollywood Home that Lara Helped Decorate with Flea Market Finds. Interior Designer to the Stars Nikki Chu Shows off her Glamourous Loft in Downtown Los Angeles Where Furniture Gets new Life. Fashion Designer Cynthia Rowley Opens up the Doors of her New York Townhouse Where She Mixes Old and New Items to Create a Whimsical Space.
British Royalty, Model and TV Host India Hicks Travels you to her Exotic Bahamas Home That Sits on a Remote Beach. Celebrity Landscaper and Host of HGTV's "The Outdoor Room" Jamie Durie Shows off his Mid Century Modern California Home Where The Outside is Just as Livable as the Inside. Entertainment Tonight Anchor Nancy O'Dell Gives a Behind the Scenes Look at her Life off the red Carpet in her Mediterranean Inspired Backyard.
Two-time Dancing With the Stars Champion Cheryl Burke shows off her Hollywood Hills escape where she rests her feet and keeps her trophies, designer and TV host Vern Yip takes you through his recently remodeled Atlanta home featuring mementos from his travels, and actor Boris Kodjoe gives an all-access pass of his Southern California beachfront oasis where he shares some of his personal artwork.
Russell Simmons takes us to his Manhattan townhouse, where his devotion to yoga and Eastern philosophies is reflected in his home's unique Zen design. Kari Whitman shows off her California condo, where her eclectic taste and Feng Shui combine to create a relaxing retreat for her and her canines. Erinn Valencich takes us into Jaime Pressley's home, where statues of Buddha and Asian art set against Jaime's neutral colors make for a calming space.
Penn Jillette takes us into 'The Slammer,' his colorful, sprawling Las Vegas retreat, connected by a series of outdoor hallways. Michelle Workman shows us how she used color to spice up a client's Colonial-style home, focusing on the dining room. Tracy Reese shows off her Murray Hill apartment where color and pattern help separate her dining room from her living room and her bedroom.
Jill Zarin takes us to her Upper East Side apartment, where pattern and texture give her living room character and spice-up her white kitchen. Nicole Gibbons shows us how reupholstering can add depth to any room. Jonathan Adler demonstrates ways to string together seemingly mismatched prints with a common thread to give any home a happy vibe.
Drew Lachey takes us to Ohio, where he's built a home in Cincinnati just for his wife and two children. Jeff Andrews shows off a beautiful Beverly Hills hideaway, custom-made to be kid friendly. Garcelle Beauvais demonstrates how she made her LA home the perfect spot for her twin boys.
Lela Rose takes us to her Manhattan apartment where function meets fashion. Lela mixes vintage pieces and cutting edge furniture and fixtures in her kitchen, bathroom, and dining room to create a look all her own. Nick Olsen mixes patterns and colors in unexpected ways for a New York client. Moby opens up his unique chateau in the LA hills, where modern design takes on an old-world feel.
Taniya Nayak takes us inside her Boston condo where she uses modern furniture and neutral colors to create a comfortable space that accentuates her beautiful view of the Charles River. Danielle Fennoy demonstrates how even recycled pieces can make for a modern look in her two bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, NY. Tony Hawk shows off his Southern California home base, where he pulls furniture and art acquired from his travels together with a modern feel.
Beauty expert Gretta Monahan takes us to her cozy Southern California cabin, where she contrasts her walls' natural timber with well-placed floral and antique pieces to create the perfect abode for her new family. Prop designer Kenyan Lewis takes us to his wood-framed retreat in upstate New York, which he's filled with homey antiques and oddities. Master Chef Michael Chiarello invites us to take a peak inside his Northern California ranch home, where the surrounding vineyards have inspired a look that brings the outdoors in.
Kara Dio-Guardi takes us to the hillside LA home she's custom built for comfort and functionality with husband and contractor Mike McCuddy. A mixture of old Hollywood glam and refined modern comfort make Kara's home her perfect source of inspiration. Stacey Vuduris shows off her favorite design--a client's Paris-inspired apartment in the heart of Los Angeles. Mark Teixeira gives us a peak inside his Connecticut home he had custom-built for spending time with his wife and children and entertaining his teammates.
Chris Benz shows us how he stores his collections in a tight New York space with style and vintage flare. Ryan Korban takes us to his favorite client's apartment, where old world charm gets a downtown modern edge. Marcus Samuelsson opens up his art-filled Harlem apartment, inspired by his bustling city neighborhood.
Countess LuAnn de Lesseps gives a tour of her impressive Hamptons home where she's taken country living to a whole new level. Designer Sandra Espinet brings some Cabo flare to a modern Mexican vacation home. Author Katie Lee shows us how her Hamptons home's eclectic beach design gives her inspiration.
An exclusive look at the favorite places of three celebrities. 'Real Housewife' Gretchen Rossi gives a tour of her romantic California home where she goes to relax. Outdoor enthusiast Charlie Moore shows off his New England country home where he likes to kick back indoors. Musician Jim Brickman gives a behind the scenes look at his traditional home where he goes to unwind after a long tour.
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