I’m a Bravo-aholic. When I get to choose what to watch on TV (i.e. not Nick Jr or Disney Jr) I make my husband suffer through many, many Bravo shows.  Housewives, Million Dollar Decorators, and Million Dollar Listing (just to name a few).  Luckily, my husband enjoys Million Dollar Listing (or so he says… sweet guy!).  The New York season just concluded, and we finished watching the Reunion episodes (not sure why Bravo stretched it out into two episodes. Even I thought that was overkill….).  I think I enjoyed the set of the Reunion more than the actual Reunion.



The showstopper, for me, is that table!  And I love the chandeliers that you can see in the background.

I just want to know who styled that table??? It’s like they looked in the prop closet and brought with them only what they could carry!  It’s not that I don’t like the accessories, but they’re just randomly placed, and don’t really complement the table.  The scale is off.  Am I just putting too much thought into this?  Maybe the Reunion was not as captivating as it should have been and I spent more time obsessing about the decor?

Maybe I need to watch more quality programming…

….I’m off to watch my recorded episode of the new Million Dollar Listing Miami series!  (Told ya: Bravo-aholic!)

Have a great weekend!




3 replies
  1. KMR
    KMR says:

    What?! How did I not know you watch Bravo? Oh my goodness, we have lots to catch up on!

    I love that table. I wouldn’t have noticed the styling (or lack of), but you’re right, it’s pretty pathetic!

  2. Barb
    Barb says:

    Oh, I get it. I am the same way when I watch a show. Looking at the surrounds. There are several movies I watch over and over, just to look at the set design! It all started with seeing “Gone With The Wind” as a child. I fell in love with the set design, almost more than the story. And when Scarlet used the drapes as a dress, well I just rang true to my heart, even at the age of 10! And yes, the scale is horrid on the coffee table ! Love the chandliers, however, they look misplaced over the table. Obviously, Bravo need to bring back Million Dollar Decorators and have them do the set design. (I miss that show, loved the earth shattering crisis that occurred each week. You can only find that kind of silly, fabulous, design drama on Bravo!

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