Welcome to a special episode of Decorating the Set: From Hollywood to Your Home with Beth Kushnick, sponsored by Raymour & Flanigan! After 2 seasons of taking you from Hollywood to Your Home and giving you great tips on ways you can best realize your ideal space, we realized, why not take the next step and do the actual leg work for you?
This week, Beth reveals her specific, curated selections from Raymour & Flanigan, a vendor she has worked with often and who carries over 4,000 items of home décor. The last year has seen us all prioritizing our lifestyle and putting focus on our home and making it work best for our new realities. And Raymour & Flanigan has spent the last year doing all they can to support our needs.
Interested in learning more about the furniture discussed in this week’s episode, check out all of the furniture items discussed HERE!
Also, we announce the WINNER of our Frontline Workers Hero Appreciation Contest!!
For over 35 years, Beth Kushnick has created character-driven settings for countless award-winning television series and feature films. As a Set Decorator, she’s composed visuals that both capture and enhance any story. Now, she wants to help you capture and enhance YOUR story.
Join Beth and her co-host, Caroline Daley, each week as they go behind the scenes of Hollywood’s magic, and give you approachable, yet sophisticated tips to realize the space that best expresses who you are.
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