Parents' Guide to

Million Dollar Decorators

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Reality show with elite designers, egos, and materialism.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2011
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This reality series showcases lots of expensive homes and lavish design details, but the show's real focus is on the people being paid big bucks to tastefully showcase their extravagant lifestyles. While some of these designers' personalities are amusingly quirky, their endless discussions about what it costs to hire them, how much they spend on their clients, and (especially in the case of Martyn Lawrence Bullard) who their famous clients are, get pretty tiresome.

Folks who like watching design and decorating shows might enjoy watching these professionals stress over projects like Sharon Osbourne's apartment, especially when things seem to be going horribly wrong. Meanwhile, in between the drama, the designers' commitment to a client underscores the importance of creativity and being professional. But it's the designers' larger-than-life egos that makes this show entertainingly comical.

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