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April 15, 2021 37 min

Welcome to Decorating the Set: From Hollywood to Your Home with Beth Kushnick!  This week, Beth and Caroline deep dive into Spring! The fourth of our four Seasons episodes, but in many ways, the most important because it is the time for starting over. The most transitional and transformative season, Spring is time to freshen up your paint and décor, deep clean your home, and declutter your life!

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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Credits:
“Giraffes” by Harrison Amer, licensed by Pod Clubhouse.

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