Put down that Wii and protect your TV! You won't want to miss any of these new home-show happenin's. "Moore to Life," 7:30 p.m. Monday, KING-TV (repeating at...
Put down that Wii and protect your TV! You won’t want to miss any of these new home-show happenin’s.
“Moore to Life,” 7:30 p.m. Monday, KING-TV (repeating at 6 p.m. Dec. 24, KONG-TV and 11:30 p.m. Jan. 7, KING-TV). Seattle lifestyle/entertaining goddess Kelley Moore gets her own show — and a chance to connect even more people through design. Soon, we’ll all be devout mid-century modernists, fighting over that one last Eames chair. Yes, we know that’s not what she means.
“Creative Juice,” 11:30 a.m. daily, HGTV. In case the four episodes a week over at DIY Network weren’t quite enough, HGTV is now airing new episodes every day. Can there be that many crafting projects? Apparently so, since hosts Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza craft not only homemade fleece baby booties — but also cocktails.
“Wasted Spaces,” 9 p.m. Jan. 24, DIY Network. This new make-the-most-of-your-un-used-space series kicks off with a bang — four back-to-back episodes, preceded by an hour-long special (at 8 p.m.) called “Wasted Spaces: America’s Biggest Pack Rat.” (Good news: If there hasn’t been a TV crew outside your door, it probably isn’t you.) Talk about clutter. If you can organize your schedule to fit in all those shows, you should have no trouble tucking away your knickknacks.
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“Top Design,” premieres at 11 p.m., Jan. 31, Bravo; moves to 10 p.m. Wednesdays Feb. 7. You’ve seen the knife-wielding chefs. The scissor-waving runway heroes. And now — here come the flying sketch pads! This new competition reality series, hosted by designer Todd Oldham, pits 12 interior designers, artists and architects against each other — and the judges — in a quest for fame, fortune … and fabulous fabrics.
Big-Name Mystery Shows, stay tuned, HGTV. Yes, we think this is weird, too. HGTV sent a big honkin’ release announcing that “home-improvement industry powerhouses” Vern Yip and Carter Oosterhouse will be doing something for the network sometime next year — Yip will host a series premiering in third quarter 2007, and Oosterhouse’s show is “in development” for the fourth quarter. Don’t set your TiVo quite yet, but they’re also promising something from landscape designer Justin Cave; designer Chayse Dacoda; and real-estate expert Kendra Todd, a season-two finalist of “The Apprentice.”