New York City-based husband-and-wife interior design team Robert and Cortney Novogratz have begun production on a new 30 minute series that will premiere this summer on HGTV.
Titled Home by Novogratz, the series will follow the couple as they take on residential design projects—customizing eclectic finds, turning trash to treasure and mixing colors and textures in innovative ways.
The duo previously starred in a similar show on Bravo show, 9 By Design, which ran eight episodes last Spring. Home by Novogratz will feature customized room makeovers that reflect the Novogratzs' unique ability to identify and determine the practical potential for everything from art to artifacts and furniture to fabric.
“Robert and Cortney’s unique approach to design turns the aspirational into the accessible,” said Kathleen Finch, general manager, HGTV. “Their amazing work, coupled with their busy lives as Manhattan parents of seven, make this series an exciting addition to HGTV’s programming slate.”
The Novogratzs have created design projects from stunning Manhattan homes to commercial projects like Bungalow Hotel in Long Beach, New Jersey and Babkul at Fred Segal in Santa Monica, California. Their client list includes a number of celebrities and sports figures.
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