Your cries for more Trading Spaces have not gone unnoticed. Days ahead of the show's June 2 season finale, TLC announced it's renewing the series for another year.
That means more budget room makeovers, more amateurs trying to nail designers' DIY ideas, and hopefully, more Genevieve Gorder walking around barefoot as she reimagines spaces. And, if we're lucky, a design to rival that infamous moss wall. One can only dream.
As you may remember, Trading Spaces has neighbors swap rooms, working with a designer and carpenter to breathe new life into the space — Paige Davis), though one thing changed: The budget was doubled to $2,000.. The show was a hit when it originally aired, running from 2000 to 2008. Amid fans' begging — and the general trend toward classic TV show reboots these days — the series was resurrected this past year. The premise was the same, and many of the classic cast members came back (including host
The show's had a "seismic" response from fans, TLC's president and general manager, Howard Lee, said in a press release.
They're not taking a breather, either. Trading Spaces also announced that it's already casting for the next season. If that's been your lifelong dream, you can apply at , though FYI, you have to apply with the friends whose house you'd like to swap with, you all have to be 18 or older and own your homes, and you've got to undergo a background check. It's a small price to pay for your very own eggshell decor, decorated with literal eggshells, after all.
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