Happy Father's Day! Today we get into the design of adding a man cave, office, or bar in your home. As well, we take listener calls and share a few Father's Day messages.
The story your home tells through design, Overcoming different tastes, Why Honesty, self-knowledge and communication are MOST important in your relationship while remodeling, Dean takes your calls, and more!
Father's Day is just around the corner! In need of a special gift for that special man in your life but not sure what to get? Don't worry, Dean Sharp, the House Whisperer has his special gift guide ready just for you!
(6/8)- Dean Sharp goes over all things hardwood flooring today! He talks the latest hardwood trends, the difference between different types, the strength and more. Also as always, Deans take your calls!
(6/2)- Today we get into the most important room in your home. Any guesses? No, it's not your kitchen, it's the bathroom. Everyone uses it! Dean Sharp goes over the benefits of having a small bathroom and a big bathroom. We discuss the design of bathrooms and take calls from listeners!
(6/1)- Have you ever wondered what's the first thing people notice about your house? It's your curb appeal! Our favorite home expert, Dean Sharp, goes over how you can amp up your curb appeal for the better. As well, we take questions from listeners on getting rid of gophers, evening out asphalt and so much more.
(5/26)- It's part two of our Memorial Day weekend edition of HOME. Today Dean speaks with his friend Marine Corporal Miguel Juarez on American flag etiquette, goes wow to properly memorialize people we’ve lost in our home and explains the design of Wabi Sabi in the house,
(5/25)- Dean Sharp is back and today he goes more in depth in topics he hasn't been able to get to in the last few weeks. Today get all the latest on rehabbing your old BBQ grill, how to adult an empty-nested pool, rehabbing your patio deck, we take your calls, and more!
(5/19)- Today is your lesson in Outdoor Living 101. The House Whisperer the cost of the patio furniture, the cost on control, patio covers, mosquitoes, and Neil Saavedra joins the show!
Summer is almost here, and the last thing you need is your AC unit to not work. Good news for you, the House Whisperer Dean Sharp goes over all the needs, how to fix your AC unit, when to upgrade your unit, and more. Don’t let all this information “freeze” you…. We promise its helpful.
(5/12)- Believe it or not, but wallpaper design is back! It's not tacky anymore. It's stylish and easy to do. Dean Sharp goes over the different types, patterns, how to put wallpaper up, and even how to take it down. Give a thanks to the Millennials, they're the ones who started this comeback and home design is now even more open to endless possibilities.
(5/11)- Dean Sharp is here to "paint" your Saturday full of information. Get it? Was our pun not colorful enough for you? The House Whisperer goes over all the types of paint, the price of paint, the tools for painting, tips on how to paint, and everything else: PAINT.
(5/5)- Designing your dream home is something everyone deserves to do once. However, it's not as easy as you think. Dean Sharp, the House Whisperer, goes over the do's and don'ts of designing a home. As well, we take your calls and Dean leaves you with his thoughts!
(5/4)- It’s Saturday and the House Whisperer is back! Today he’s talking about the secrets to maintaining a successful relationship with your contractor. Your relationship with your contractor is one of the most crucial relationships in your life because they are in possession of one of the most important things in your life: your home. Dean Sharp explains the four project killers to avoid: fear, ignorance, communication, and misal... Read more
(4/28)- Today the House Whisperer talked about building a beautiful backyard habitat. We also spoke with the President and Founder Andy Lipkis, Wildlands Restoration Manager Cody Chappel and Director of Program Development Chris Imhoff of Tree People to discuss the iHeart Replant SoCal, how to recover from a wildfire and so much more, Of course as always, Dean leaves you with his thoughts.
(4/27)- It's our first Saturday show and today we get into the the proper way of getting rid of Springtime critters. Dean speaks with the folks from Poison Free Malibu to get tips on the proper way to get rid of rodents and Nicole from Bee Catchers Inc. explains why it's important to get rid of our bees with bee catchers.
The hardest thing about change is changing. The hardest thing about moving forward into your future is letting go of the past. The past does not exist for you to live in it from the present. Those moments, like this one, were something we were just passing through. We’re always just passing through. Which is why I don’t like to think of a house as a castle or a monument or a museum. A house is not an end in and of itself. It’s ... Read more
I wanted to give you some deeply meaningful philosophical gem this week but when I sat down to write all I could think of was not writing something great, but reading something great. So here’s just a couple of things about me, I guess. I love to read and, despite the busyness of this current season of life, this week I’ve still been able to squeeze in a book on empathy written by a renowned primatologist, a story about vampires ... Read more
When I was getting ready for the show and playing around with the phrase “21st Century Stone Age” it got me thinking about how far we’ve come since the first Stone Age, and yet in other ways how little we’ve changed. I know sometimes it seems like everything is changing so fast that it’s difficult to know what exactly you can count on anymore. I mean, when stone isn’t even really stone anymore, how can you know if anything is re... Read more
There is as myth propagated by some that when Columbus first came to the America’s the native tribes couldn’t see the Spanish ships because their minds simply had no frame of reference for something so foreign. I don’t believe it. But what I can imagine is a bunch of them gathering on the beach tilting their heads in puzzlement as they strained to categorize what exactly they were seeing. Because it is true that we do all have t... Read more