HGTV triple premieres on April 24 include “Celebrities at Home,” “Million Dollar Rooms” and “White Room Challenge” starting at 8:00 p.m. ET.
There is an exciting lineup of premieres on HGTV including “Celebrities at Home,” “Million Dollar Rooms” and “White Room Challenge.” HGTV's Facebook page announced the power-packed trio kicks off at 8:00 p.m. ET on April 24.
HGTV “Celebrities at Home”
The “Celebrities at Home” premiere airs on April 24 at 8:00 p.m. ET. The show is hosted by Nancy O'Dell and gives fans an inside look at the interiors and exteriors of celebrity homes.
HULIQ reported HGTV picked up 13 more episodes of “Celebrities at Home.” Emmy-Award winning entertainment reporter and series executive producer Nancy O'Dell gives everyone an inside look at how their favorite celebrities kick back after a long day at work.
HGTV General Manager Kathleen Finch said, “These shows are a fun look at the spectacular places they call home.” “Celebrities at Home” has been well-received as viewers look forward to sneaking a peek at the lifestyles of pop culture stars."
Tonight on “Celebrities at Home,” fans get to see Tia Carrere's Malibu Hills estate with an impressive outdoor space. Jillian Barberie Reynolds' home in Southern California includes a specially designed pool and lounge area. Deidre Hall treasures the outdoor living room in her LA retreat.
The common thread in “Celebrities at Home” tonight seemed to be their enjoyment of outdoor living spaces. As people get ready for the warm spring and summer weather, HGTV offers an array of suggestions to make outdoor living more comfortable and fun.
HGTV “Million Dollar Rooms”
The perfect follow-up to “Celebrities at Home” is HGTV's “Million Dollar Rooms.” After seeing the posh homes of celebrities, fans watch “Million Dollar Rooms” to view the best high-end design around the world. The show features luxury living at its finest with special access into the most expensive and exclusive spaces.
Past episodes of “Million Dollar Rooms” showed off Japanese gardens, resort style swimming pools and more. In these multi-million dollar living spaces, money is no object and the idea is creating the most spectacular and one-of-a-kind place possible. Below is a video showcasing "Million Dollar Rooms."
Tonight on “Million Dollar Rooms,” fans will see a two-story library with its own cozy office as well as a two-story dance club at home. The episode also features a backyard with a train station and petting zoo. On the other end of the spectrum, fans view a calming Zen room that is also the ultimate man cave complete with priceless artwork. “Million Dollar Rooms” airs at 8:30 p.m. ET on April 24.
For fans looking to see more rich living, HGTV also picked up three more episodes of “Selling Spelling Manor” with Candy Spelling. Many fans could not get enough Candy and she will be back on HGTV in the fall as she settles into her new home and searches for an East Coast place in NYC.
HGTV “White Room Challenge”
Finally, “White Room Challenge” premieres on April 24 at 9 p.m. ET. It is a sensational spin-off series from one of the top episodes of HGTV's “Design Star” hosted by David Bromstad.
In “White Room Challenge” some of he most successful designers will be competing for a grand prize of $10,000. Their challenge is to transform at 10' x 10' white room using unique elements. Some of the design essentials will include candy treats and treasures found in dumpsters. In the premiere episode of “White Room Challenge,” 1,500 flowers must be used.
David Bromstad is an HGTV “Design Star” champion and star of “Color Splash.” In the premiere episode of “White Room Challenge,” viewers can look forward to seeing upholstery made of flower petals. The expert judging panel includes HGTV's Jamie Durie and a rotating panel of judges. Contestants have the help of a carpenter but ultimately need to impress their judges with their transformation ideas.
When Bromstad wowed viewers, he used items from a pet store to make the white room a fabulous living space during the first season of “Design Star.” HULIQ reported he said, “It was incredibly stressful, but people love the idea of transforming a blank canvas into something remarkable, so I know they will love the competition and the designs showcased in 'The White Room Challenge.'”
The “White Room Challenge” is the ultimate playground for some and a true challenge for others. Using unusual materials, the room needs to become an inviting living space.
HGTV's “Design Star” recently returned for a sixth season. The show includes artist, professional designers, contractors and stylists facing innovative design challenges to prove themselves to the judges. Esteemed HGTV interior designers on the judging panel include Vern Yip, Candice Olson and Genevieve Gorder.
After HGTV's triple premiere on April 24 including "Celebrities at Home," "Million Dollar Rooms" and "White Room Challenge," fans can watch "House Hunters."
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