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It's important that your home speaks to who you are. So I thought I’d share the four things that make my home uniquely me:
1. My Dogs LuLu and Janet
My "children with fur" are by far my favorite and most cherished things in my home. They have loved me through good and bad times and they always make me happy. They do have the run of my home – I have four dog beds, I cook beef and rice for their food, and they each have multiple outfits. So worth it. They bring life, energy, humor, and happiness into my home.
2. My Vintage Card Counter
An audience member from The Nate Berkus Show gave me this in exchange for an item I gave them from my home (a red glass heart) when I was a guest on his show. It had history in their home and now it brings great energy and thoughtfulness into my space.
3. My Newly Organized Closet
This space makes me very happy and proud. I am committed to keeping it clean, constantly donating clothes to people in need, and trying to keep things neatly hung and organized which is a challenge. Yes, Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis has rubbed off on me. Less clutter can make your heart a flutter!
4. My Coffee Table Books
These really represent who I am. I have books on everything from Greece to theater to fashion. Coffee table books are a wonderful accessory that can also express and highlight your personality.
i love your tips. do you find you have alot of dog odor and what do you do to fight it. do you have someone walk them during the day?
I love all four tips for the home. We have Andrew, a energetic Jack Russel who keeps order in the house. He is a good security dog, on duty 24.7. I love coffee table books, great to have in any home. I also love the card vase idea. Unique little things make a home that expresses peoples' personalities. Thanks. My daughter needs her bedroom reinvented. She has beautiful name brand shoes and hand bags and clothes, a professional in her career, and needs ideas to rearrange her closet. Thanks again and again for this new show. I love your comments to Jeff.
OMG I hate your new show! I miss seeing your Mexican maid. She was the show. Will you ever consider having that show again? Sorry guy's I really love you. Yet I DO NOT CARE FOR YOUR NEW SHOW!!!!!!!!!
I was a big fan of "Flipping Out," but after seeing only two episodes of "Interior Therapy," I am absolutely hooked on it. When times got tough and house-flipping was no longer a viable way to make his living, Jeff--always a savvy, up-to-the-challenge kind of guy--appears to have come up with a new idea, and I think it's great. Besides the shenanigans those two get into while spending several nights in the clients's homes, the really exciting factor is how little time Jeff and Jenni have to transform people's homes to solve their interior decorating issues. The transformation is much more dramatic in "Interior Therapy" because the time frame of the renovation is so short. I don't know how Jeff, even with Jenni's help, does it.
I LOVE THIS SHOW!
I am trying to find where I can find the gray top Jenni wore at the end of the bob Lorsch episode Charity begins at home. Where can I purchase it. Thanks
On the Steinbeck episode you used 3 octagon mirrors which I just love. Any idea where I might be able to purchase them?
Can you please show a picture or discribe a "Vintage Card Counter"? I have a couple of ideas what your'e talking about but I'm not sure. Thanks
I want YOU Jeff, Jenny and Zoila to come help me make over my basement and master bedroom so bad! I love, love, love your design style and honesty. How can my family benefit from your expertise??
Please, please, please :)