Where There's a Moat, There's a Way
Lisa and Adam are a newly married couple who live in Beachwood Canyon in a castle...complete with moat and armor. Adam’s father Chuck built the castle in the mid-1970s. His father died five years ago, and everything seems to be in medieval time warp. Adam is king of this castle. Jeff describes it as "an eleven thousand square foot sh—box."
One man's treasure has not benefited from years of neglect. Taste is subjective, and Adam's late father Chuck and Jeff are worlds apart. Tasteful and tacky are in the eye of the beholder. Nothing in this residence has passed the Jeff Lewis Taste Test. The Princess Room, once occupied by Adam's sister, like most of the house is worn and sad. Adam is the last one living in what was once his family home. Lisa is frustrated by Adam's unwillingness to update or change in any way. He talks about his emotional attachment to the house and as a person "change has always been hard."
This brings Lisa to tears understanding how much pain this causes him. Jeff's frustration increases with Adam's reluctance. He is geared up for an all-out attack on what he sees as a dilapidated disaster. Jeff sits them down with a minimum of patience. "You need a space for both of you... more of a normal life for a newlywed couple."
Love the show - You and Jeff are so entertaining. His humor and expressions are so funny. Wish there was more fun like your show on bravo - so refreshing not seeing all the fighting, screaming & hormonal drama.
Saw your baby on TV tonight...what a doll. Congratulations on your beautiful baby.
Perhaps Adam should have a session with a medium (perhaps from the other network) to assure him that his father wants him to MOVE THE F ON!!!
Jenni, Love you, love the show. However, your blogs are quite generic. Do you actually write them? They show none of your wonderful personality, no personal input as to how you FELT about all that went on. The reason, I believe, that there are no comments on your blog is because, honestly, what is there to comment on? W need some Jenni passion, some of your acerbic wit regarding Jeff and his antics. Give us some of YOU and I BELIEVE you will be rewarded with loads of love!
Another good episode....it reminded me of where I learned to let go of things I've kept for too long....Jeff Lewis! He has always said, keep one or two things and work them into your style!
Is Jenni pregant? and what happened to Jeff's boyfriend? Jenni always wear a coat or sweater. I think she is and would love for them to talk about . I bet Jeff gives her a real hard time and it has to be funny.
Love the Show..You & Jeff are Awesome. When You coming to my house? I have a "guest Room" you can stay in.. Come on PLEASE...
That house is pretty bad. Glad Jeff apologized, but I had to LOL as he was right, just a little too direct about it. The homeowner needs some help letting go of his Dad, sounds like he has a lot of unresolved feelings there. Hopefully his wife will encourage him, he's lucky to have her, she seems really sweet and takes his feelings seriously.
Love this show. Probably my favorite Bravo show (wish they would just replace the other one Jeff does and do 2 seasons of this one!)
Jeff, I LOVE YOU! I would totally marry you and your man. You are so funny, blunt, and just hilarious. Your season is really good this year, and I always look forward to your shows. P.S. I love Granmercy, and would love to live there with you! lol, I hope you stayed in that house after renovations.
I enjoy watching Interior Therapy and I get Jeff's sarcasm and sense of humor...he was rough on Adam but I can understand it completely .... however, i was glad to see him apologize. The castle is a sad place - old, dark, ugly, and falling apart. If Adam really wants to honor his father then he should fix it up and open it as a museum. He has more land and can build to suit his own lifestyle while at the same time sharing his father's dream with others.
I liked the castle before Jeff "transformed" it. The AFTER looks horrid and atrocious. Does Jeff have any taste? That "makeover" looks tired and soooooooo dated (already, and he just finished the job)!!! That castle definitely looked better BEFORE jeff worked on it. Restore it to what it was. My 4 year old niece could've decorated it better. When something looks dated and tired, and it looks like a questionable "massage parlour" in the hood -> you ain't doin it right. just sayin', peace out, Jhavaughndrelle S. ;)
@GreetheGreat Jenni is no longer pregnant, her and her husband are now proud parents of her their first child. Jeff's boyfriend doesn't appear on Interior Therapy..he is seen on Flipping Out.