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HometoKeepBig
  • Genre: Lifestyle
  • Length: 13x30

Design TV favorite Peter Fallico is back! This time around he’s helping families fix their spaces to suit the way they actually live. They love their homes and love their neighborhoods, so moving isn’t an option. But there’s something that simply doesn’t work. Maybe it’s an overcrowded kitchen. Or a new baby that leaves them one bedroom short. Or a front entrance bottleneck crammed with junk. With a team of experts in tow, Peter takes on a new challenge each week, giving one lucky family a place they can truly call a Home to Keep.

 

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PETER FALLICO (Host)

"Home to Keep" is the newest design series for Peter Fallico in the successful “Home to” brand. In "Home to Keep" Peter helps families re-purpose a space in their home that doesn’t actually work with the way they live in it.

 

Peter has been on TV and in magazines for over ten years guiding people through their design challenges but his love for decor began at an early age. As a teen, he painted, replaced light fixtures and changed blinds in his parents’ home. Peter was already in love with transformation and every room was like a blank canvas and met by the possibility of improvement.

 

Peter’s first home gave him the financial freedom to inquire into a variety of careers around decor and design as began to hone his down-to-earth, do-it-yourself style by doing weekend workshop projects for Style at Home magazine. He first debuted on HGTV as a guest host on "This Small Space" where he introduced viewers to practical, yet stylish do-it-yourself projects, which led him to hosting his own show, "Home To Go". In 2004 while hosting the next incarnation of the “Home toseries, "Home To Stay", Peter purchased a third home. Peter’s precarious undertaking paid off and he created a beautiful home that he was able to sell to happy new homeowners in just two years for an impressive profit and led to two seasons of "Home To Flip".

 

Now with his team of experts in tow, Peter takes on a new challenge every week, working through different space challenges and giving each lucky family a space that will truly make it a "Home to Keep".

PETER FALLICO


ELIZABETH WHARNSBY (Stylist)

Elizabeth Wharnsby knew as a young girl that she wanted to be a designer, and changing her room around on a weekly basis was not uncommon. After completing her interior design studies and graduating with honors from the International Academy of Design, Elizabeth is an experienced and well-versed designer and stylist with a strong and energetic presence. Elizabeth splits her time with taking on residential and commercial design projects as well as production design and styling for various HGTV television shows including "Home to Keep", "For Rent", "The Style Department" and "Kitchen Equipped".

ELIZABETH WHARNSBY


CINDY NEWTON (Realtor)

Cindy Newton has over 10 years of outstanding real estate credentials with Coldwell Banker Terrequity Realty Brokerage in the Greater Toronto Area. Whether her client is a first-time home buyer on a tight budget, or a million dollar buyer looking for their dream home, Cindy uses her outstanding negotiating skills, professionalism and expertise to find the right house at the right price.

 

Cindy approaches her role in each transaction more like an advisor than a sales agent. Prioritizing her clients and building long-term relationships means that 80 per cent of her clients are repeat clients or referrals. The industry also recognizes Cindy’s outstanding skills. She has won real estate awards every year she has been in the business and has consistently ranked in the top two per cent of Coldwell Banker agents in Canada.

CINDY NEWTON