Folsom Inside designer Leyla Jaworski produced a splash this week with a new entry in HGTV’s already saturated household enhancement genre. Her particular twist: the use of sensors to transform houses.
Jaworski’s clearly show, “Wasted Space,” premiered Monday and took viewers on an hour-lengthy trip displaying a $200,000 rebuilding task for a Loomis family property.
Right before do the job started, sensors had been positioned within the residence to record the family’s standard website traffic and action designs. Jaworski, the founder of Style Shop Interiors and The Store by Design Store in Folsom, then utilized the sensor info to reconfigure the house without having introducing sq. footage more than four months of design.
Jaworski, who normally rocks jeans and a pair of Converse shoes, gave the go-ahead to tear down the home’s walls and move its plumbing among other significant improvements. In the conclude, a new household was established within its existing footprint.
Made by Large Table Media of Sacramento, “Wasted Space” is now in a trial time period as the first show was a take a look at of viewer fascination. If adequate viewers tuned in and remained engaged, HGTV will greenlight at minimum 9 a lot more episodes.