So here are the results of this competition.
This first one is from designer Anne Rue. She did a living room and bedroom space. Now remember they were suppose to do an inspiring space, anything they wanted. I do think this is a pretty space but I can't say that it is inspiring. From this shot you can see the living room and back towards the bedroom.The judges commented that the chairs and sofa were too large for the space and it didn't function well to be able to move through the space or for people to really sit in the space. Love those hardwood floors.
Here is a photo showing the view towards the front of the bus. I like that flooring and and the bright colors of the furniture and the accessories. The globe is a really nice touch.
I can't imagine being on this show. The speed in which everything has to be done would not interest me at all. But this is a competition and you have to put a time limit on things, given enough time and resources most people could come up with an excellent design, however being able to construct an idea, execute that idea and make it a reality in a limited amount of time is the real challenge of this competition.
Sometimes I think Anne is the real winner here because she gets to move forward now with her life and her design business which will be more successful and busier than ever. I would wish her luck, but her talent speaks for itself. She is already successful.
Do you watch the HGTV Star show? I wish they had this show on more often. I love seeing the designs of all of these brave individuals who choose to come onto this show. There is so much opportunity to be gained from just being on this show, and of course the longer they are on the show the more exposure they get to have to the public. It is an amazing opportunity, and we get to benefit by seeing all of their talent and individual taste. Do you have someone you are hoping will win and become the new HGTV Star?
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