Cast Blog: #MDD

In a Blink

An 'I Love Mary' Episode

Mary McDonald on Jewels

A Bravo Special in the Making

Jeffrey Looks Back on Season Two

Martyn Wraps Up the Season

Martyn on the Perfect Pub

Lindsay Lohan is a Dream Client

2013: The Year of JAM's Collaborations

Lindsay Lohan on 'Million Dollar Decorators'

Outfits Make the Episode

Exuding the Elegance of the Era

Publication vs. Posterity

This Old (Huge Mansion) House

Single and Awkwardly Embracing It

Stacey Dash Is Fabulous

Grey Days

Martyn and Stacey Dash Get Creative

Mary, Monika, and No Sense of Humor

The Joy of Collaboration

Pillow Fights and Granny Chairs For Ross

Martyn and Michael

Martyn's Not My Frenemy

Jeffrey Alan Marks: Master Chef

Kathryn Does Dallas

Martyn, Mary, and India Inspiration

Speaking Kathryn's Language

On an Eye Roll

Dropping Jeffrey's Type-A Personality

As the Botox Brow Strains

Kathryn Swears (and She's Sorry)

Chewbacca Versus Monty

Tamara Mellon's Sex Pit

JAM's Favorite Projects

Only Good Clients

Just Say No

Live, Love, and Decorate

The End of the Road

Making Frankenstein

A Little R&R

North South Carolina

In a Blink

Nathan discusses the end of the season and how much he'll miss the fans.

Well gang this is it! Our finale is here and it all went by so quickly.

Mary has serious drama installing the tent for the L.A. Antiques show. When something like that goes wrong it is so stressful and frustrating. The pressure was on, and boy did she handle it well. Poor Kenna learned quickly how to think on her feet and was able to get Mary what she needed. Of course it turned out to be a huge success. . .a glamorous and dramatic entrance that fused fashion with design.

I was sad to miss Martyn's award, I was out of the country when he received it, so it was fun to be able to share it with him now.

Kathryn's job from hell ended abruptly, and I think for her sake and that of her team, she is better off. It was a struggle from the beginning. I don't understand going through the expense of hiring a decorator and then not heeding their advice. Kathryn could have created a dream beach house. . .their loss.

And finally The Hungry Cat opens despite the floor drama -- and it's charming! I can't wait to check it out. I spend every weekend at our place in Malibu, so I drive by it on my way out. . .maybe Jeffery can help me get a reservation!

Sadly, I didn't have a story for the finale. I would have loved for you all to see more of my work and what I do!

But on the whole, I must say the experience has been a good one. I have met so many lovely people and continue to receive tons of nice messages. . .I'm going to miss you! Follow me on Twitter @Nturnerdesign and Facebook. Or visit me on the web NathanTurner.com.

If you happen to be in Los Angeles come visit my new shop at 8550 Melrose Ave (a block west of La Cienega). We open mid-August!