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HGTV Smart Home 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina
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HGTV Smart Home 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina
HGTV Smart Home 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina
HGTV Smart Home 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina
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Rancho Mirage, California: The final reveal of Rancho Las Palmas Resort suite as redesigned by Tiffany Brooks. During HGTV Star Episode 807, three designers and their teams, previously eliminated designers, work to put their unique spin on a hotel suite at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Rancho Mirage, California.
Los Angeles, California: The long and fantastically dressed table, the chandelier over it, and the checkerboard floor are Tiffany's favorite things. The prints on the wall, right, are from One Kings Lane, as is the silver-framed mirror on the left. After shot of Tiffany Brooks' space, who transformed the interior of her bus with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme. Four designers compete to redesign the interior of four different school buses.
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As seen on HGTV Star season 8, finalist Tiffany Brooks chose a white shag rug a green ottoman and oversize brass tray for the center of the main room in her suite at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort and Spa in Rancho Mirage, California. For the last challenge, each of the three finalists had to put their own unique spin on a large hotel suite at the resort which includes a sleeping area, work area and a very large family/entertaining/lounge area. Tiffany created a multi-purpose luxury suite perfect for business, a girls' weekend, or a family vacation.
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Los Angeles, California, 02/12/2013 - The framed prints are from One Kings Lane. After shots of the Lawrence Home. Designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey and Jeribai Tascoe have transformed The Lawrence Home in Northridge, California, for Episode 804 of Star on HGTV.
As seen on HGTV Star season 8, finalist Tiffany Brooks chose a a large table with taupe and orange chairs for the dining area of the main room in her suite at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort and Spa in Rancho Mirage, California. For the last challenge, each of the three finalists had to put their own unique spin on a large hotel suite at the resort which includes a sleeping area, work area and a very large family/entertaining/lounge area. Tiffany created a multi-purpose luxury suite perfect for business, a girls' weekend, or a family vacation.
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Los Angeles, California: Tiffany dressed her table in a fanciful way with items inspired by "Alice in Wonderland," including a "Mad Hatter" hat and roses dipped in red paint. Afters shot of Tiffany Brooks, who transformed the interior of her bus with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme. Four designers compete to redesign the interior of four different school buses.
Los Angeles, California: Tiffany dressed her table in a fanciful way with items inspired by "Alice in Wonderland," including  books and clocks nestled in succulents. After shot of Tiffany Brooks, who transformed the interior of her bus with a "Alice in Wonderland" theme. Four designers compete to redesign the interior of four different school buses.
Los Angeles, California: Tiffany dressed her table in a fanciful way with items inspired by "Alice in Wonderland," including succulents and multiple clocks and tea cups. The white vase with black spots is from One Kings Lane, as is the mirror behind it. After shot of Tiffany Brooks, who transformed the interior of her bus with a "Alice in Wonderland" theme. Four designers compete to redesign the interior of four different school buses.
Los Angeles, California: Tiffany dressed her table in a fanciful way with items inspired by "Alice in Wonderland," including a "Mad Hatter" hat on a hatstand. Afters shot of Tiffany Brooks, who transformed the interior of her bus with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme. Four designers compete to redesign the interior of four different school buses.
Los Angeles, California, 02/08/2013 -  Orange chairs and cushions are from One Kings Lane. "After" shots of Tiffany Brooks and Brooks Atwood's re-designed and completely transformed apartment. HGTV's Star 8 episode 803, "Lofty Ideas", is a group challenge with teams of two in 4 different apartments in Glendale, California..
Los Angeles, California, 02/08/2013 -  Lamp on table to the right and prints are from One Kings Lane. The couch is one of Brooks' favorite things. The bold wall graphic is a camera challenge tip. "After" shots of Tiffany Brooks and Brooks Atwood's re-designed and completely transformed apartment. HGTV's Star 8 episode 803, "Lofty Ideas", is a group challenge with teams of two in 4 different apartments in Glendale, California..
Los Angeles, California, 02/08/2013 -  "After" shots of Tiffany Brooks and Brooks Atwood's re-designed and completely transformed apartment. HGTV's Star 8 episode 803, "Lofty Ideas", is a group challenge with teams of two in 4 different apartments in Glendale, California..
Los Angeles, California, 02/08/2013 - Vases on dining room table are from One Kings Lane.  The  black couch is one of  Brooks' favorite things.The credenza and dining room chairs and table are favorites of Tiffany. After" shots of Tiffany Brooks and Brooks Atwood's re-designed and completely transformed apartment. HGTV's Star 8 episode 803, "Lofty Ideas", is a group challenge with teams of two in 4 different apartments in Glendale, California.
As seen on HGTV Star season 8, teammates Anne Rue and Tiffany Brooks used a vintage sign as a headboard to create a comfortable but funky bedroom. The designers were told to form teams of two and three and work together to create an overall cohesive space in a downtown Los Angeles loft. A total budget of twelve thousand dollars was divided up among the teams, and each team had to purchase and repurpose something from a flea market.
As seen on HGTV Star season 8, teammates (left to right) Anne Rue and Tiffany Brooks pose for a portrait in the bedroom that they created. The designers were told to form teams of two and three and work together to create an overall cohesive space in this downtown Los Angeles loft. A total budget of twelve thousand dollars was divided up among the teams, and each team had to purchase and repurpose something from a flea market.
Bedroom 1, after. As seen on HGTV Star season 8, teammates Anne Rue and Tiffany Brooks used mirrors, lights and a vintage sign to create a comfortable but funky bedroom. The designers were told to form teams of two and three and work together to create an overall cohesive space in this downtown Los Angeles loft. A total budget of twelve thousand dollars was divided up among the teams, and each team had to purchase and repurpose something from a flea market.
As seen on HGTV Star season 8, teammates Anne Rue and Tiffany Brooks used quirky details like this repurposed entry table used as a bedside table and pair of horns to create a comfortable but funky bedroom. The designers were told to form teams of two and three and work together to create an overall cohesive space in a downtown Los Angeles loft. A total budget of twelve thousand dollars was divided up among the teams, and each team had to purchase and repurpose something from a flea market.
After. As seen on HGTV Star season 1, episode one, designer Tiffany Brooks used classic pieces in her office-style space, and created contrast with pops of blue and white. Each designer was given one thousand dollars and discounts and credits at local shops with which to create a unique vignette. Tiffany's cool-toned custom wallpaper provided a graphic background for the mix of vintage and modern pieces that she chose, as well as for her custom-painted silhouettes.
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After. As seen on HGTV Star season 1, episode one, designer Tiffany Brooks used classic pieces in her office-style space, and created contrast with pops of blue and white. Each designer was given one thousand dollars and discounts and credits at local shops with which to create a unique vignette. Tiffany's cool-toned custom wallpaper and fabric tied the room together. Two small seats from One Kings Lane covered with strips of her custom-designed fabric added a welcoming note.
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