Designing Spaces is a half hour television series that inspires viewers to make every space count, and to enjoy the space they live in. Each episode explores exciting ideas from flea market... See full summary »
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Designing Spaces is a half hour television series that inspires viewers to make every space count, and to enjoy the space they live in. Each episode explores exciting ideas from flea market finds to fine fashion furnishings. Learn how to achieve your fantasy style with advice from renowned leaders in the design, hardware, architecture, houseware, and real estate industry. Meet the masters and artisans for custom furniture and accessories to create that special focal point in your home. If you're a "do it yourselfer" or a "weekend warrior", our "How To Do It Better" series, will teach you practical step by step instructional solutions for all your home improvement needs. If your passion is decorating, but your pocketbook is almost penniless, our "Decorating on a Budget" series will teach you how to faux like a pro and fake it till you make it. Written by Phillip O'Brien

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"If you can dream it, you can do it"

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Infomercial hell
23 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

While Designing Spaces is a real TV show that people are filming in Florida, it is also running an extremely sketchy advertising program behind the scenes. While probably not technically illegal, it is eyebrow raising.

Telemarketers phone up suppliers of home improvement products on behalf of the show's producer, and offer to showcase a product on the show, like a mini-infomercial. The telemarketer's sales pitch lasts a good 45 minutes. At the end of the sales pitch, a price tag of $49,700 is revealed. For a 1 to 3 minute spot. Which will be seen by virtually no one. Their viewer numbers are not available anywhere, but a 7:00 AM home improvement show on an unpopular cable channel is likely to reach somewhere in the hundreds of viewers, possibly less.

Since this network was acquired by A&E in 2009, I am sincerely surprised that this practise is allowed to continue.


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