It’s a lot for the home owners to process and the anxiety is apparent.”In the end I’m not sure how much it matters if the show’s drama is “faked” a bit for TV. We make each other laugh a lot.”This month a new version of the show premiered in the States (it was already airing in Canada) called Love It or List It Tooand real estate agent Todd Talbot are the hosts of this one, which takes place in Vancouver instead of Toronto.We get to do a little house hunting with the couple (even if they’re not always serious about moving) and it’s fun seeing how the renos turn out. I’m not sure why so many people think they might be. This seems to have caused a lot of viewer confusion and angst.If she’s right, then it would make sense for the producers to choose how each episode ends.
My friend’s room was only half finished as they ran into more problems during the renos, so they took the shot to look as though the rooms are complete.
Actually, they even did not finish sewing some of the cushions for the couches and just wrapped the fabric and placed it just so to look as though it was.
But the designer on the show Hilary Farr insisted in an interview that the tension is all real:“The show is not at all scripted and the reactions of the homeowners to renovation realities and bad news is very real.
We see a one-hour rendition of a three-week process.
Reputed to be Orange County's "Best Steak & Seafood Restaurant" and designated as a 1909 Historical Landmark, it has a distinct Italian decor. The original building, located on Bakersfield’s main street, had a funky retro feel with a raised courtyard and pool in the center.
The renovations have enhanced the artful look, with Harlequin-style flooring in shades of beige and chocolate brown, and classic black and white photos in the hallways and guestrooms.
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
This is one of the top searches that brings people to my blog for answers each day: “Is Love It or List It fake?
So…if that’s true, then the outcome has nothing to do with what happened in real life. Many people that appear on the show have no intentions of actually moving, but signed up for the show so they could get their renovations done at a discount.