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Tracy Hutson’s New Online Home Makeover Series: Momtourage

Tracy Hutson Has a New Design Show for MomsI got a bit emotional reading about the new home makeover show Tracy Hutson has created. I’ve watched design shows on TV for well over a decade, and after a while the sparkle started to fade. Even shows like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, which Tracy Huston was a part of for 10 seasons, started to get formulaic with manufactured heartstring pulling. So what’s the difference with Tracy’s new show, Momtourage?

For starters it’s who the show is working with. I absolutely love that they partnered with Habitat for Humanity to find families who are in need of design inspiration. I’ve been a part of several Habitat for Humanity builds and it’s always about community and love and quality. It’s also about simplicity and that can translate to bland environments for families moving in.

Tracy’s show will focus on single moms in Habitat for Humanity homes in Los Angeles. She and her team are only there for one day so they work fast.

Tracy says:

“I am so excited to be partnering with The Design Network. Through Momtourage I am able to empower moms who have faced great personal adversity. It is my goal to recognize these extraordinary parents by transforming a room in their home into a much needed living environment … a celebration for their hard work and personal sacrifices.”

HIGH FIVE to you Tracy!

Momtourage will launch on March 24, 2014 on The Design Network

Image Credit: Tracy Hutson Twitter

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