*I think. They were two men living together having a living oom redone. I could be jumping to conclusions, but Paige did say during the reveal that she hoped they had a lot of “romantic nights” in their new living room. And they certainly spatted like an old married couple. Very cute, actually.
What shipping company does TS use? Laurie didn’t get her rug in time and had to rush out to buy a new one, and Genevieve almost didn’t get her tin ceiling tiles in the Meat Puppet Art Kitchen episode. I did roll my eyes a bit at the carpet warehouse, when the sales guy said, “We’ll make it fit your budget.” Come on, you get a popular cable show showing up at your place of business in crisis and you’re going to say, “Sorry, we have nothing for $45. Try the flea market down the road.” :rolleyes:
I liked both of the rooms. I found it hilarious that Rick and Jay had an entire furniture store in their garage, and Gen just got to pick and choose without having to slipcover anything. I did find the placement of the sofas in the room odd. They were placed in an L shape facing the window, while the tv was stuck in a corner behind the sofa. Not a prime television viewing angle.
The wall unit in Laurie’s room was inspired, and certainly made the room lines cleaner. The stripes on the wall were better than I thought (she said plaid, and I immediately had a Hildeous flashback moment when she kept referring to the pattern as orthogonal…shudder) I do like Laurie’s use of fabric and how she brings all the colors together.
Gen’s room was a bit too red for my taste, but I loved the tropical drapery and pillows. I liked the shelving around the wall, and the bottom lit bottle collection.
Not too bad, either one. No sign of Hitchcock, though, unless I missed it.