Paige Davis is best known as the effervescent star of the hit TLC show Trading Spaces. This Emmy-nominated design reality show will be making a return with all new episodes in the spring of 2018.
Paige recently co-hosted Home and Family for the Hallmark Channel, and was the host of OWN’s Home Made Simple. Ms. Davis’ book, "Paige by Paige, A Year of Trading Spaces", spent several weeks at the top of the New York Times Bestseller list.
Paige lives in Manhattan with her husband and their adorable Maltese, Georgie.
Pull up a chair at the Main Stage as Paige shares her best design tips on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31.
On the outside, Jason Cameron looks like a TV star. But on the inside, he’s all handyman and all business. Watch him work and it quickly becomes apparent this licensed contractor really knows his stuff, especially when it comes to his own personal passions: home improvement and landscaping. Jason says he recently even gutted his own home and completely revamped the backyard. Now he’s putting his extensive hands-on expertise to work for DIY Network building, landscaping, hardscaping and more.
A native of Toledo, Ohio, Jason worked his way through Northern Michigan University as a carpenter, and then moved to the Northern Jersey/New York City area where he continued his carpentry and general contracting business. Catch Jason putting all his tools to work on DIY Network’s Desperate Landscapes, Man Caves and Sledgehammer.
Jason will appear on the Main Stage on Friday, April 6, Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8.
I’m a landscape designer by trade. I was born & raised in San Diego, California, and started at a young age with a passion for art, nature and an appreciation for anything living.
I’ve always had a passion for doing as opposed to watching. When I was young I would sew doll clothes out of my old T-shirts, draw, paint, and dig in the dirt. My whole life has been about trial & error, figuring things out as I go. When I was a little older I decided I wanted chickens, so I read a book and got to it, luckily that was a success! Unlike my attempt at a 5000 Red-worm worm farm.
I studied at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and received my Bachelors of Science in Landscape Architecture. As a college student I immediately got my hands dirty in the field working different landscaping gigs, including being a forewoman for a landscape maintenance company. After college I honed my residential design skills by working for a design/build firm and eventually when out on my own and started my own landscape design business.
I love that I have the opportunity to combine nature with a built environment to create a sense of place. I have always been interested in horticulture & art, and designing landscapes allows me to combine both of my passions. I feel very fortunate to have a career that can combine artistic expression & environmental awareness with purpose & function
As a landscape designer with a passion for being involved with my projects, hosting the DIY Network’s ‘I Hate My Yard’ was the perfect fit! I love to interact and help homeowners realize the opportunity in their exterior spaces. With a DIY attitude my crew and I tackle tough backyards with the help of the homeowners to keep the budget in check. I guide the homeowners through the renovation process by tasking them with fun, creative and aesthetically pleasing projects to take back the yard once & for all.
Thanks for visiting me and please tune in to I Hate my Yard on the DIY Network Tuesday nights at 10pm & 10:30 EST / 7pm & 7:30pm PST! See you all there!
Sara will appear on the Main Stage on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31.
Twin Cities designer Kelli Kaufer has 12 years of experience in the television industry with over 250 innovative designs featured on HGTV and DIY network shows. Her designs can bee seen on Curb Appeal, I Hate My Kitchen, I Hate My Bath, Renovate to Rent and many more. Kelli now designs for both residential and commercial, creating unique and inspirational spaces that represent her clients’ lifestyle and personality.
Kelli's published design articles have been featured in Houzz, Forbes and Huffington Post. She loves every aspect of design where no project is too small or too challenging.
'Turning Your Inspiration Into Creative Spaces'
Kelli will appear on the Main Stage throughout both weekends.