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Tiffany Brooks Will Host Her Own Chicago-Based Design Show on HGTV Next Year

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From House Beautiful

If you haven’t heard of interior designer Tiffany Brooks, it’s time to get her on your radar. The Chicago-based designer was crowned the winner of HGTV Design Star back in 2013 and has continued to make guest appearances on the network’s shows like Rock the Block and Design at Your Door. Most recently, she was the host and designer of HGTV Smart Home 2020, which she spilled the deets about here. If you’ve been following her work all along, then you’re going to love this next bit of news—and if you haven’t, you’re about to be a new fan.

HGTV announced today that Tiffany Brooks would host an all-new series on the network tentatively titled $50K Three Ways. The show will take place on Brooks’s home turf in Chicago and is slated to premiere in 2021. In each episode, Brooks will present clients with three extremely different design plans that could potentially work for spaces within their home. She’ll then help the family pick the best one for their tastes.

“Tiffany’s work on HGTV Smart Home 2020 and her guest turns on such hit series as Rock the Block have been lighting up HGTV for years,” HGTV president Jane Latman said in a statement. “Her magnetic personality and classic design style with an edgy twist has made Tiffany one of our most popular stars.”

Brooks also took to Instagram earlier today to share the exciting news.”I am so incredibly thankful and full of joy! I’m thrilled I can finally share this with you all,” she wrote.

Well, we’re excited! Not only to see Brooks on our screens every week but to check out these wildcard designs she’s prepped for her clients. As more details on the new series become available, we’ll keep you updated. In the meantime, if you haven’t checked out HGTV’s Smart Home 2020 designed by the legend herself, you can view it here or watch the video below.

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