Home & Garden Alison Victoria Announces Her New HGTV Show ‘Flipping Across America’
Designer Tiffany Brooks Shares the Style Inspiration Behind HGTV's 2020 Smart Home
You can enter twice a day until June 12 to win this fabulous home valued at $1.5 million!"You’re going to see a lot of references in that house to industrialism," Tiffany Brooks tells House Beautiful of this year's build, a 4,500 square foot, four-bedroom, three-bathroom home nestled in the Wexford neighborhood of the Steel City. Brooks set out to design a home that not only paid homage to Pittsburgh's rich industrial history, but its current sports culture (go Steelers and Pirates!), and its future.
star has been super busy lately. Not only was she tapped for an episode of HGTV's Design At Your Door, a new show where designers help homeowners renovate their space *virtually* in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, but this 38-year-old Chicago reno expert has also been working on a few projects of her own. Despite , Windy City Rehab will return for a second season. Not to mention, Victoria will also host an entirely new show on HGTV called Flipping Across America.
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In the season finale of HGTV's "Celebrity IOU," Jeremy Renner helped the Property Brothers renovate a Los Angeles home that he bought for his mom.The show combines the fun of an HGTV renovation with the best celebrity personalities, providing stars like Brad Pitt, Michael Bublé, and Rebel Wilson with the opportunity to give back to people they love.
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Victoria teased the upcoming series on her Instagram on Tuesday with a behind-the-scenes photo from the show. "NEW SHOW ALERT!!, with yours truly... coming soon on ," she wrote. In a press release from HGTV, we learned a little bit more about this new show, which is set to premiere early July.
Flipping Across America will follow two sets of "well-known stars and flipping masters" as they each renovate a similarly priced house with similar renovation budgets. The twist is that these design teams will be working in different cities. Victoria, who will host, will guide viewers across the country through these flips in the making, proving how location, different budgeting strategies, and types of design can really affect the outcome. Ultimately this show will reveal the places where buyers really do get the biggest bang for their buck when it comes to flipping.
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Fans of Victoria, including fellow HGTV star, expressed their excitement for the show in the comments of her post. One fan asked the design star "what happened to the other show?" referencing Windy City Rehab. Victoria noted that it will be returning in the fall; however, did not give a specific date. Fortunately, Flipping Across America does have an air date and is slated to premiere on Thursday, July 9, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on HGTV. While Victoria might not be building in this series, we're super excited to see her host and hear her feedback on these flips!
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Victoria Beckham Reflects on Her Past Style, Says Wearing 'Very Tight' Clothes Were 'Sign of Insecurity' .
Victoria Beckham said her personal style "has become more relaxed" over the yearsOne student asked the 46-year-old designer about her personal style, which made Beckham reflect back on her fashion evolution. "When I was in the Spice Girls there were stylists who dressed the group, but in my personal life, I have never worked with a stylist. I used to wear lots of structured dresses with corsetry, and I do still have some of those dresses, but my personal style has become more relaxed," she explained.