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Interior design is one of the subject of tv programs. In the United Kingdom, popular design and decorating programs include 60 Minute Makeover (ITV), Changing Rooms (BBC), and Selling Houses (Channel 4). Famous interior designers whose effort is featured over these programs include Linda Barker and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. In the United States, the TLC Network aired a well known program called Trading Spaces, a show depending on the UK program Changing Rooms. In addition, both HGTV and also the DIY Network also televise many programs about design and decorating, featuring the works of your variety of interior designers, decorators, and do it yourself experts in the myriad of projects.

Fictional interior decorators range from the Sugarbaker sisters on Designing Women and Grace Adler on Will & Grace. There is also another show called Home MADE. There are two teams and a couple houses and whoever has got the designed making it the worst room, good judges, is eliminated. Another show about the Style Network, hosted by Niecy Nash, is Clean House where they re-do messy homes into themed rooms the clients would really like. Other shows include Design on the Dime, Designed to Sell, and The Decorating Adventures of Ambrose Price. The show called Design Star has grown to be more popular over the 5 seasons which have already aired. The winners of the show end up having their own TV shows, which often are Color Splash hosted by David Bromstad, Myles of Style hosted by Kim Myles, Paint-Over! hosted by Jennifer Bertrand, The Antonio Treatment hosted by Antonio Ballatore, and ultimately Secrets from the Stylist hosted by Emily Henderson. Bravo boasts a various shows that explore the lives of interior designers. These include Flipping Out, which explores living of Jeff Lewis with the exceptional team of designers; Million Dollar Decorators explores the lives of interior designers Nathan Turner, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Mary McDonald, Kathryn Ireland, and Martyn Lawrence Bullard.

Interior design has become the subject of radio shows. In the U.S., popular decor & lifestyle shows include Martha Stewart Living and Living Large featuring Karen Mills. Famous interior designers whose effort is featured on these programs include Bunny Williams, Barbara Barry, and Kathy Ireland, and others.

Many decor magazines exist to provide advice regarding color palette, furniture, art, along with other elements that fit in the umbrella of interior planning. These magazine often target related subjects to draw in a more specific audience. For instance, architecture as being a primary part of Dwell, while Veranda is well known as being a luxury living magazine. Lonny Magazine plus the newly relaunched, Domino Magazine, appeal to a young, hip, metropolitan audience, and emphasize accessibility along with a do-it-yourself (DIY) approach to decor.

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