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Have you been missing the Novogratz? Cortney, Bob, their seven children and their eclectic, one-of-a-kind designs are coming to HGTV … tomorrow! Tune in to the premiere of Home by Novogratz at 10/9c to see the husband and wife design team create customized and over-the-top fabulous spaces from total gut jobs for their hip clientele. Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect this season — eclectic retro, edgy contemporary, mid-century mod, surfer chic, ultra fem and more.

Don’t forget to tune in tomorrow for the premiere of Home by Novogratz at 10/9c on HGTV. In the meantime, check out Cortney and Bob’s trendy product picks in HGTV MarketPlace.

Do you ever wonder how Cortney and Bob balance the design world with raising seven kids? Do you think that the “controlled chaos” helps fuel their design creativity? Tell us in the comments below.

85 Responses

  1. robin says:

    The inspiration was that they were themselves. How many designers would have clients come to their

    Love the fact that they involve their children. They were inspiring. Did I love their design? No,
    but loved them and their boldness, their willingness to try the quirky. Their client's love it.

    They inspired me to stop tying so hard as a designer. Let it flow!!

  2. Alen B. says:

    It's really a great and exciting news. Their combination was something great. The presentation on
    porcelain tile or Hardwood Floor was too informative as I can remember. Anyways, welcome Back. :)

  3. aps11 says:

    Hideous! Won't be watching again. HGTV needs to break out of constant househunter reruns, but this is not the way to do it. How about some more truly creative talents along the lines of John Gidding and Candace Olson.

  4. mary anne gallagher says:

    this show is awesome this family is awesome their talent awesome give new format a chance hooray for hgtv for seeing a great thing and not letting it get by them good job!!!!! look forward for bigger and better novogratz!

  5. Barb says:

    Surfer Chick cottage was beautiful. I want to know where I can buy the red rug.

  6. DesignFan says:

    Like to see more. Robert and Cortney are talented and I'm enjoying seeing new rooms. Wish HGTV would give them an hour and the baking they have given Candice Olson. But this show is great the way it is—Thanks!

  7. Matt says:

    This is the worst show ever!

    • magicat223 says:

      Everyone has their opinion, I think they have beautiful and creative solutions to everyday functions

  8. GOO GOO says:

    I think it is inspirational to see the two together and doing what they love. It shows in the spaces they create together.Hope they can get away from NY & travel to the south…they could pick up some finds at flea markets, etc. on the way to decorate the houses. Now that would be challenging. A carpenter and a nanny might be involved..

  9. Kath e says:

    Really bad show. I gave them the benefit of the doubt and watched the second show. Worse than show one. Zero talent!

  10. Patricia says:

    I couldn't agree more with all of the negative comments and negative responses from HGTV
    viewers – these two are terrible designers! The Surfer Chick Cottage was absolutely disgusting –
    they wanted Shabby Chic and they got mis-guided garbage thrown randomly all over their place.
    I gave it one more try on their basement remodel and their "bar" (that they kept talking about with the tiny
    little girl) was pathetic! We need more shows from real designers like Candace Olson & Sarah Richardson.

Kayla KittsKayla is a special projects editor at HGTV.com and a co-editor-in-chief for Design Happens. Kayla is an overbearing cat mom with a love for vintage-modern furniture, artisan cocktails, organizing all...


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