Candice Tells All

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The outstanding Candice Tells All TV Show, is such a great alternative to watch for someone who loves interior designing, those who might be interested in giving a new twist to their own home (for getting amazing ideas) or someone who; just likes to sit and relax while watching how incredible home transformations are done.

This fantastic program, is hosted by the skillful and experienced Canadian Interior Designer, Candice Olson. As a top professional on the subject matter of interior decorating, she posses a well understanding about the designing principles such as dimensions, proportions, colors, shapes, materials, textures and styles; among others. And she will indeed share her knowledge, by giving some tips, while explaining the fantastic changes to the rooms that in most cases are considered stylish, elegant and done with very good taste.

In Candice Tells All, she attends the homes and listens to the specific request from real life people who have ran out of ideas, or simply, do not know how to solve their designing dilemmas in a particular area. No matter if it is the kitchen, living room dining room, bedroom, bathroom, TV room, home office, basement or a sports room; Candice will look for how to create a harmonious and balanced space that gives comfort and functionality to the users or occupants of that particular home.

The home occupants, give Candice a general idea of what they are looking for and she explains the overview of what she is envisioning. For transforming the rooms, into beautiful spaces with different styles (retro, contemporary, classic, rustic, edgy, and etc.), she is helped by a team of specialists in different areas (carpentry, masonry, painting, plumbing, electricity, and etc.) that will capture her ideas to develop them masterfully. In the designing process, she will face different challenges (structural and construction) that she will overcome successfully.

The TV show was launched in the beginning, for the US and Canadian audience by HGTV and W Channel, respectively; and it has been a big hit, gaining followers in many more countries. Absolutely, you cannot miss this exceptional show Candice Tells All. For sure, you will want to watch useful tips, on how to achieve marvelous changes in a room; by knowing how to apply the right painting, carpets, fabrics, accessories and furniture; among others. It is time to transform the way you perceive indoor space, by now looking at it through the eyes of Candice Olson in Candice Tells All.

Saturday 7:30 PM et/pt on HGTV
3 Seasons, 41 Episodes
January 6, 2011
Cast: Candice Olson
Candice Tells All

Candice Tells All Full Episode Guide

  • When a couple moves to a substantially larger dream home, they realize they lack a defined style. With a lot of ground to cover, Candice helps them stretch their design budget, and creates a living room that's flexible enough to work for large family events, but which still feels warm and intimate for two.

  • Candice helps a couple so afraid of pattern and color that their beautiful new house is boringly monochromatic.

  • Candice is challenged when a couple wants their master bedroom in their attic.

  • With most of their kids away to college, it's time for one couple to reclaim their basement and establish a versatile family room and 'sports lounge' that is wheelchair accessible.

  • Candice designs the ultimate 'party parlor' for a couple that love to entertain - but with their first child on the way, Candice feels the pressure to get it done. Without a moment to spare, Candice delivers a glam and glitzy area for entertaining their friends and family, with a traditional living and dining room when they so desire.

  • Candace takes on a family's basement to make it a gathering room they can use.

  • A Victorian home is charming and unique, but presents huge design challenges for Candice as she tackles a couple's cramped turret bedroom, which also serves as their office and media room.

  • Candice tries to figure out what to do with all the space between the bedroom and bathroom.

  • A couple moves from their starter home to a bigger a place and they realize they have no real style.

  • Candice takes on a kitchen with a horrible layout and must make it more functional for a family of four.

  • Candice creates a home office for a couple with totally different tastes.

  • Candice helps a couple that has very different ideas on how to deal with their formal den.

  • Candice brings a one hundred year-old house into the 21st century.

  • A young couple are self-proclaimed design-challenged and are confused with what to do with their loft. To complicate matters, the plumbing is exposed and disturbingly loud! Candice transforms their room into a chic urban industrial space that is perfect for two young professionals who love to entertain.

  • Candice faces down a couple so afraid of pattern and color that their beautiful new house is boringly monochromatic. She tackles their bedroom and transforms this banal, cold space into a romantic, colorful oasis by combining classic patterns in a modern mash-up. The result is an elegant and striking bedroom from which the couple won't want to stray.

  • Modern style is often described as sleek and clean-lined, focusing first and foremost on function and avoiding excessive frills. That's what Kim and Rob dream of in place of their two drab and dated rooms. Candice uses all her modern design skills in a design makeover that gives viewers the inside scoop on how to create the perfect, luxurious, modern bathroom.

  • Contrast is one of the essential principles of good design and it's the one Candice chooses to transform a young couple's dated and cavernous basement into a modern and functional entertainment space. Lacking both function and form the room is a far cry from the modern look Sandra and Bob crave. While playing with contrast, Candice shares all her designer secrets to achieve the ultimate modern room that's both warm and functional.

  • Ilya and Pina's kitchen seems to be a lost cause, but with Candice's expert eye, the kitchen just needs a thorough makeover.

  • In this episode Candice takes on the challenge of making over a tired room in a couple's beautiful 130-year old home and turning it into a drop-dead gorgeous dining space.

  • Candice is inspired by a family's love of the outdoors and their urban home's lakeside setting to transform their walkout basement space into a multipurpose space.

  • When so much of contemporary home design is dedicated to meeting the needs of growing families, Candice delights in creating a living room designed to meet the needs of a growing family for a professional couple.

  • Family rooms are tough to tackle since they are a general space for all to use. Candice takes on a basement den for a young family and makes it work for everyone who uses it.

  • Candice transforms a family's boring living room into a playful, social space.

  • Flowers, bunnies and little trains may be classic children's room motifs but when it comes to a fast growing child, the results are far from timeless. Candice dips into her designer tool bag to create a room for Lora and Michael's little girl Lauren that has all the whimsy and playfulness a little girl needs, without surrendering to the ordinary. Candice and the team work hard to create a spectacular room that will foster Lauren's playfulness, interests and creativity, and grow with her for years to come.

  • Designing with color can be scary and many choose to avoid it altogether. Candice tackles a young couple's completely colorless, dull master bedroom while cleverly overcoming their fear of color. Using art, accessories and decorative details, Candice colourfully accents Carl and Catherine's bland space without overwhelming the couple's preferred neutral palette. Along the way Candice shares some colourful ideas with long-time friend and color expert, Jane Lockhart. As always, the result is a stunning transformation.