The result of her win is the new HGTV decorating show, "Myles of Style."
Read some quick and easy tips that Kim offers home decorators.
- You can create beautiful art with a simple piece of decorative paper. Visit an art supply or stationery store to find paper that captures the felling of your decor. That paper can be a simple print or beautifully patterned. Frame it and hang it. Simple! And if you use a colored mat on your print, you can change it with the seasons for a fresh look.
Fresh flowers can brighten up even the most dull space. Find a basic vase and inexpensive blossoms. Kim suggests that, "To achieve the most impact, gather the heads of the flowers in a tight bunch, then cut the stems so that the petals are the only part peeking out of the vase or vessel." Avoid the temptation to let the stem show above the top of the vase.
Create a personal space when you freshen up your room. Start by taking everything out of the room. Then put back only the pieces that you really love and use. You'll be amazed how much you don't need to put back and how renovated your room looks.
Don't buy a "matched set" of furniture or accessories for your room. Gather together interesting and individual pieces that each has a special character to add to the space. Find ways, through color, pattern, and style, to create a harmonious, stylish, and interesting space.
"White paint is your friend!" says Kim. Coordinate disparate furnishings and furniture by painting them all "a bright, clean white." You'll have a clean palate for adding other colors in furniture, art, and accessories. Regardless of what type of paint you use, be sure to do your proper prep work so that your work lasts.
For more fun with home decorating, Kim brings her outgoing personality and wide smile to the television design show, "Myles of Style." Sit back and enjoy.