Our very own Shaynna Blaze has a brand new renovation show starting October 19 on Lifestyle HOME!
One of Australia’s most loved interior designers and TV presenters is set to take on her biggest and most personal project yet in our brand new 10-part series - Deadline Design with Shaynna Blaze.
For the very first time, Shaynna will invite viewers into her own creative and complex world as a working interior designer. Each one-hour episode follows the journey of a real-life home owner who employs Shaynna and her design company to renovate their space.
From an $80,000 makeover of a one-bedroom inner city apartment, to a $500,000 fit-out of a four-bedroom home, these are real clients with very specific tastes and a very real budget! Adding to the tension is a pressing deadline for every job – including joint birthday celebrations and the arrival of overseas visitors.
Throughout it all, Shaynna has the uncanny ability of knowing what an owner needs, often before they do. She pushes her clients out of their comfort zone as she challenges their tastes, yet always delivers an incredible interior that fits their needs and personality like a glove. The resulting designs are fabulous, ingenious and sometimes, jaw-dropping.
To help her through each renovation, Shaynna will be joined by experienced builder Mike Griggs and emerging designer Yasmine Ghoniem – a perfectly balanced team of opposites who will tackle design aesthetics as varied as modern industrial, minimalist and eclectic.
Shaynna, Mike and Yas
In episode one, viewers will meet Peter and Debbie from Blackburn, Melbourne, who purchased their beautiful family home eight years ago when their children were young - but now they want to renovate it for their next chapter as empty nesters. With a budget of $500,000, can Shaynna deliver the glamorous retreat they are hoping for in time for their joint 50th birthday celebrations?
Other episodes feature Joe and John who would like to makeover their dated warehouse conversion in time for John’s parents’ 70th birthdays; Kirby and Max, a 30-something couple who want to overhaul their heritage-listed home before Max’s relatives visit from Germany; and parents to three young children, Martin and Teresa, who need to revamp their 1930s clinker brick house before winter arrives.