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      Eddie Ross Junk Boss

      One man’s junk is another man’s treasure. Thats Eddie Ross’s motto as he transforms junk into one-of-kind pieces for people in need.

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    • Shawn Rabideau

      New York’s Shawn Rabideau is one of Manhattans most sought after wedding planners, catering to celebrities and millionaires.

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    • Jeffrey Blooms

      Atlanta-based event planner, Jeffrey Blooms creates beautiful designs for an array of cliental but its not all smooth-sailing for this southern gentleman.

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      Live Large, Spend Small

      Say hello to Rene Syler,  former host of the CBS Early Show, renowned author, and passionate bargain-hunter to her core.  Rene knows how to find the decorating needle in the haystack.

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      Jenna’s Studio

      Jenna’s stylish images and colorful designs grace home furnishings, art supplies, accessories, gift items and other products across the craft and retail spectrum. 

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      Junk Hunters

      One person’s junk is another person’s treasure — and with thousands of miles of flea markets from coast to coast, there’s lots of junk to be found and eccentric people to talk to. Enter Dave Bird and Val Myers, who are bringing back their hit television series, “Junkin” with an interactive twist.

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      Untitled Vicki Payne Project

      It’s a house and garden show that hits close to home. A spinoff of the hit syndicated series “For Your Home” hosted by do-it-yourself expert Vicki Payne.

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      The Decorating Challenge

      Two couples put their relationship to the test as they set out to makeover a room in each other’s house. Along with design professionals and carpenters, each team will have only eighteen hours and a budget of fifteen hundred dollars with which to work.

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