Tyler Wisler


With over 16 years in the industry, Tyler Wisler has established himself as one of New York’s most influential and dynamic designers with an international clientele. Tyler earned a certificate from the New York School of Interior Design, and graduated from Marymount University with a BA in Interior Design. Since then, he has been exciting people with his unique approach to tailoring environments through the integration of vintage industrial elements dovetailed with modern sensibilities. These fashionably aspirational spaces include a hint of the unexpected which keep the environments lively and promotes conversation. Tyler’s been featured on hit shows like HGTV’s “Design Star’’, ABC’s “Good Morning America”, and NBC’s “George To The Rescue’’. With an ear to the ground and discerning eye, he has been sought out by not only the mega-online retailer OpenSky to be one of their taste-makers, but he is also an “eBay Influencer”, and a content creator for Skype. Most notably though, Tyler is a Pinterest “Pinfluencer” in both the Home Décor and Men’s Fashion categories touted by both Mashable and the Huffington Post as “one to follow”. He has been seen in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, New York Spaces, and recently HOSS Magazine offered Tyler a position as one of their permanent celebrity contributors. Companies like Kohler, 3M, BRIZO, Cosentino and Benjamin Moore have all collaborated for that edgy aesthetic and authentic narrative that only Tyler can bring to a project. Tyler recently added to his extensive resume by launching a line of eco-luxury bedding for Butterfly Dreams linens. Whether talking trends, demonstrating a DIY project, or creating a rocking interior, Tyler believes everyone has the right to be surrounded by great design!

Website: http://www.tylerwislerhome.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tyler.wisler

Twitter: https://twitter.com/nydesignguy

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nydesignguy/

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/nydesignguy/

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As the first female host of the popular Crashers series on DIY Network and HGTV, Alison Victoria surprises homeowners throughout the country with extravagant kitchen redesigns completed in 3 days on the show, Kitchen Crashers. Alison hunts in stores across America for weekend warriors who could definitely use some help bringing style, beauty and simplicity together to create harmony in their kitchens. Alison Victoria, a Chicago native moved to Las Vegas in 1999 to attend the University of Nevada Las Vegas, where she graduated and embarked on her professional career as the youngest designer at Christopher Homes in Las Vegas and Park City, Utah. Her responsibilities included designing and creating stunning interiors for affluent, custom residences. In 2003 Alison launched her full service interior design firm Alison Victoria Interiors, with locations in Chicago and Las Vegas, where she brings design and personality together at boutiques, resorts and private residences across the country. In 2007 she created her own line of modern luxury furniture, AVC, that defines sleek and sexy. Soon after, Silverton Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada hired her as creative director where she oversaw its $160 million expansion. In 2011, Alison received the Rising Stars of Business award by the Las Vegas Business Press. With home bases in two cities, Alison is still actively involved in donating her time to community non-profit organizations such as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Nevada SPCA), PAWS Chicago, Movember and Chicago Children’s Charities.

Website: http://alisonvictoria.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Alison-Victoria-190107877738832/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/alisonvictoria3

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/avictoria1/

Serena Appiah


Serena was recently crowned Marketplace Events’ 2016 Home + Garden Trendsetter of the Year after a nationwide search for a home blogger turned home show celebrity. She is a mother of three boys and has been helping folks decorate, improve and maintain their homes on a DIY budget since 2010. She’s not afraid to use power tools and wants to make sure you aren’t either – come learn new ideas from repurposing DIY projects to power tools and more  - all without breaking the bank! Want to learn more tips and tricks from Serena?

Blog/Website: http://thriftdiving.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThriftDiving

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thriftdiving/