Million Dollar Decorators, the reality show that goes inside the world of extremely high-end interior design, is like a far less staid version of Architectural Digest come to life.
This show of Bravo Tv, explores the work and personal lives of some of the best high-end designers worldwide, located in Los Angeles.
Is a reality show that shows the everyday life of an interior designer and the difficulties in dealing with some extremely demanding customers.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Kathryn Ireland, Jeffrey Alan marks, Mary McDonald and Nathan Tour are the names of some of the best-known designers of California and surrounding areas, and integrate this precious cast.
These opinion leaders, exchanging impressions and some of their views, but are also obliged to compete and acquire the desired budget and customer to get a good project to be presented.
Every decision they make may be criticizes and concerned an entire project, and for them, the race against time can be a real threat, just have to make better decisions and provide what will be the best way, with the resources that have to be the best and deliver their projects on time and hours, and with the largest absolute perfection, wanted by their customers.
One of the participants is to Mary MacDonald, an award-winning interior designer based in Los Angeles. She is considered one of the Top 100 Designers and is still named for one of the TOP 50 by Veranda Magazine.
The work carried out by this great designer, have won over many critics and are featured in some of the best national magazines, such as Vogue and the Wall Street Journal.
In her designs, Mary, takes an iconic style and fearless blending classic elegance with modern sensibility.
The press tends to follow closely the draft Mary. Has released a book and is preparing the launch of the second.
This type of program is a growing trend in the US, and a source of inspiration for some of the designers, decorators and architects from around the world.
For lovers of design and high-end, is a reality show not to be missed.