Myles of Style

HGTV Premiered Mar 16, 2007 In Season


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Myles of Style

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HGTV Design Star season two winner Kim Myles hosts this home decorating series for the same network. Each week Myles transforms tired spaces into sophisticated places infused with her own brand of "global urban elegance."

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AIRED ON 7/10/2009

Season 3 : Episode 13

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  • Positively painful to watch.

    I cannot understand why Kim Myles won Design Star and has her own show. I did not watch Design Star during the season that Kim was competing, but the rest of the designer's had to have been ABYSMAL.

    When I watched this show for the first time, I felt as if I were watching "How to redecorate your room by Playskool(c)".

    Kim was using stickers to create a coffee table, ribbons and cheap-o materials to create an awful light fixture, and she painted stripes across the ceiling that should have been saved for a circus. The only way I knew it was not a circus tent was the color scheme of metals and earth tones. I tried one more time to watch another episode before writing Myles off for good, and had the exact feeling of despair I had during the first episode I endured. Perhaps she only has a budget of $50 bucks and has to shop at Dollar General. Who knows.

    I could not even make it through the second episode I was watching. I chose to put hot pokers into my eyes instead. (Ok, that was raw, but you get my opinion.)moreless
  • Refreshing!

    I absolutely love Myles of Style! Myles has a way of relating with both the homeowners and viewers. I love the fact that she explains inexpensive ways to beautify a home and yet still pull off the look of elegance. I even picked up a few pointers and isn't that the point, to be able to watch a show such as this and walk away thinking, "I can do that". With some many intersting home shows on T.V. today this is definitely one that I look forward to watching, my children even enjoy it now. This show is definitely a keeper!moreless

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