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Junk Gypsies teams two very clever designers together with a wild imaginative spirit. Their goal is to search the country for junk that they can turn into treasure. The name of the two designers and stars of Junk Gypsies are Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes. They are two very unique and original designers. They have their own very special way of looking at what might be called a piece of junk by others. They easily imagine the beauty and usability of those hidden treasures.

The two designers have attracted plenty of media attention. Many of their clients are famous celebrities. In fact, they happily list clientèle that ranges from country music stars to quite a few Hollywood actors. Their first shot at fame was via the Internet. Many of their fans first found the duo on their website.

The show is filled with their own take on design and turning those junk items into treasured pieces. This show is very cheerful and lighthearted. They have a very funky sense of humor that will keep viewers laughing. This is exactly why their fan base is growing. It should be noted that the Junk Gypsies is not your typical antique hunter or picker show. It is a reality show that is packed with laughs, fun, and adventure.

The Junk Gypsies have a list of very eclectic clients. They set out on each episode to please their clients. One memorable episode involved the Junk Gypsies trying to design a workshop for a hard to please client. They searched through amazing amounts of items to find just the perfect junk to treasure mix. It was very interesting to watch the duo work their magic on the pieces of discarded junk. They soon turned a pinball machine into a great looking sewing table. They used antique frames to make a chalk board. They are amazing designers that work wonders with literally junk items.

Sunday 7:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
3 Seasons, 33 Episodes - Currently Airing
November 27, 2011
Reality, Family, How To
Junk Gypsies
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  • A century old dance hall is made over for the grand opening of the Stone Cellar.

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