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Picker Sisters Features Upcycled Home Decor

Picker Sisters Premiere Promises Treasures From Trash

Premiering tonight at 10 p.m /9 p.m. (CDT) on Lifetime, Picker Sisters is a must-watch show for those DIY home designers who love to make something beautiful out of nothing special. Interior designers Tracy Hutson and Tanya McQueen, who you may recognize from Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, star in this new series that features the two women's road trips across the United States. The first stop is rural Texas, where Tracy and Tanya pick up industrial junk and even take apart an old house, piece by piece, to pack into their trailer and take back to Los Angeles. Once in LA, their contractor, Alan Luxmore, interprets the designers' ideas on how to turn their trailer full of junk into home decorating gold. The ultimate goal for Tracy and Tanya is to stock their Los Angeles home décor popup shop with enough pieces from their travels to turn a tidy profit. I checked out a screener of the premiere, and the series is a lot of fun. I also have serious road trip envy — I wish I could hit the road with my BFF, combing the country's byways for cool bits of industrial junk to then turn into everything from daybeds to pendant lamps. If you're inspired by DIY projects, this is a show that you should really check out. Keep reading to check out a sneak peek of the Picker Sisters popup shop.

Do you like the look of their upcycled pieces? If you're intrigued, tune in tonight to watch Lifetime's Picker Sisters to catch the full episode.

Photos courtesy of Lifetime

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bvan bvan 5 years
I read that their store is a pop up shop. I am sure that they will reopen in the future, somewhere.
lisajparker lisajparker 5 years
I was in LA last week went to their address 8300 Melrose Ave and there is a for lease sign up now. They no longer have their store and if you look at all the TV show postings this has been posted since 2001 so it is very possible they are just re runs from another area. I too was looking forward to seeing their items in the store.;(
Theguysmom Theguysmom 5 years
What amazes me is how in tune these two women are with each other. They can see each other's ideas with just a few sentences and some hand gestures. It is so cool to see people relate to each other in such an open, energetic, and fun way. And the things they create?! They are so unexpected and unique. They take industrial trash and turn it into chic. Oh, and their handyman, Allan, is easy on the eyes and a sweet man to put up with them so well. What a great show!
Saylavee Saylavee 5 years
The store is I-10 and I believe is located at store is located at 8300 Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles, the cross street is Sweetzer
walleyefey walleyefey 5 years
My mother in law does the same and I think the show is great. You should check out reborn home furnishings cause they have some awesome products at a great price.
88bonz 88bonz 5 years
Where is the store?I also have antiqe junk to sell.
queenmum1 queenmum1 5 years
Love the idea but annoyed that I cannot find their store to see pieces and prices!! Please post name of store!!!!
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