Secrets from a Stylist has been picked up for 26 episodes!!!!!!
which is also my age.
or was my age a few years ago. whatever.
So my midnight post is dedicated to trying to find new houses to cast for the show. If your grandparents need a restyling, if your brother-in-law needs a restyling, or anyone really that lives in LA that owns there own place needs a restyling by yours truly, please follow the directions below.
Here are the conditions: You have to live in L.A. (if the house/people are so great I think we can travel to Orange County or within 30 miles of LA, but really ideally we are in LA)
You have to own your space. I know. I'm a renter too and it would totally bum me out, but this is how it is will all these shows.
If you live in a duplex and are best friends with your landlord then you might be able to swing it, but apartment buildings with a bunch of other tenants create a lot of problems)
We will only be doing 1 room, not a whole house.
At this time we are not doing any bathrooms or kitchens, if that changes i'll let you know. It's not a reno show, its a style show and those are to costly and timely for production.
You will be on TV.
And your schedule has to be flexible as we shoot 6 days a week
(you won't be on all 6, but will need to be available when necessary).
The bigger the personality, the better.
Oh and the room should be 15x20 or else amazing. We need big rooms.
In your email, include pictures of you/your family/your space and info on what your styles are and what you see for the space. And don't be conservative with your personality, bring it.
Everyone that left a comment, just go ahead and email them to casting. I'll try to get back to people, but I probably shoulda just waited 'til I had the proper email to post....but instead I had some sake and was really excited to tell all my virtual friends...
And remember - I want to do anyone. woah...
You might think that your cousin that lives in LA has completely different style than me, but that's what we want. As much I love doing all vintage-flea-markety-hipster, I want to do some traditional styles (shopping from flea markets, too, don't worry) or crazy minimal styles, anything that will make the show interesting week after week.
I can do any style tastefully - because every style can be beautiful when shopped correctly and when mixed properly.