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Married hosts (and licensed contractors) Mark & Theresa interview DIY experts and celebrities, share how-to tips, and more on MyFixitUpLife. Make. Life. Fun.

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Top designers are talking about their strategies for ‘designer diagnosis,' sleuthing out what people really want in their interior design. Designers tread a careful path when trying to find out your true interior design dreams. What we say we like, isn't necessarily what we really want in our homes. It's the designer's challenge to decipher, extrapolate, and really compare your taste, style, and day-to-day lifestyle. Being able to translate what you say, who you are, and what you do into a design that comforts, inspires, and delights you is what separates the very best designers from the rest. We are talking to three extraordinary designers on today's show about their ‘designer diagnosis' style. The ‘Latina Martha Stewart'' Vanessa DeLeon and the ‘Two Lovely Gays' pair Russell Whitehead and Jordan Cluroe. Vanessa DeLeon may be best recognized from NBC's ‘American Dream Builders.' She also has shared her design expertise on Food Networks, Restaurant Impossible, HGTV's Generation Renovation, Designer Challenge & more. Vanessa has a signature 'Glamilistic' style that's developed into luxurious and succulent design experiences. But it all started with designing a Barbie house. And, yes, we'll be talking about the ‘50 Shades of Grey' bedroom she designed, too. The ‘Two Lovely Gays' Russell and Jordan became sensations in Britain after participating in the The Great Interior Design Challenge on BBC Two. With an exuberance and cutting-edge style the team are making over spaces that dazzle our senses. But the real star of their clan may be their dog Buckley.
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Tool-up. MyFixitUpLife at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas talking tools and sustainable homes with Food Network's Tom Bury and Enviro-Actor-vist Ed Begley, Jr. Food Network's Restaurant Impossible, Tom Bury talks tools,... more

On this episode, we're talking about healthy houses, design that gives back, and trend-setting style. We're holding court with Air King at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in New Orleans. And we're not taking it a bit easy here in the Big... more

On this episode on MyFixitUpLife, we're talking bathrooms with DIY Network's 'I Hate My Bath' host Jeff Devlin, Master Plumber Ed Del Grande, National Kitchen and Bath Association president John Morgan, interior designer Susan... more

On this episode of MyFixitUpLife talk show we're at HousingWorks' Design On A Dime event, New York City's wildly popular interior design benefit. With more than 50 of the world's top interior designers, Design On A Dime has a... more

On this episode of MyFixitUpLife talk show with Mark and Theresa... We're sitting around the table to talk kitchen design with HGTV Remodels' Laurie March, Remodeling magazine's Lauren Hunter, HGTV contributor and interior designer... more

Mark and Theresa are broadcasting from Moonachie, New Jersey, where they join volunteers from Rebuilding Together and Sears to help fix a veteran's home from the devastating impact of Sandy. Ty Pennington talks with Mark... more

DIY Network and HGTV stars join Mark and Theresa on this epsiode of Kitchen and Bath Showdown, broadcast live from the Multimedia Stage at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in New Orleans. Tyler Wisler the New York Design Guy... more

We're talking about the biggest challenge in home DIY on today's episode: working with your partner on your home. Guests Peyton and Chris Lambton from HGTV's 'Going Yard' talk about their show's new season and working together... more

We're headed into the bathroom on today's episode of MyFixitUpLife. Guest Matt Muenster talks behind-the-scenes on DIY Network's Bath Crashers, teamwork, and the challenges of making over a bathroom on TV in just a couple of days.... more

On this episode we're tackling a tough homeowner question: Renovate an old house or build from the ground up? There are so many reasons for both, from sustainability to style. And since house sales are starting to take off again, there... more
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