Watch Design Blogger CoCoCozy Renovate a 1930 Spanish Colonial House in This New Show

updated Jul 19, 2020
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Need some new design TV? Colette Shelton, the TV executive turned interior designer and blogger behind CoCoCozy, partnered with Amazon Prime on a series taking viewers through her complete remodeling of a 1930 Spanish Colonial Revival house in Los Angeles.

Enter “The CoCoCozy Design House“—a lighthearted, super digestible and engaging watch documenting a first-time house flipper at work. “There are 15 videos that are all between 4-7 minutes long. But don’t worry these short videos pack a ton of content in a short amount of time!” she wrote in an Instagram caption.

When she launched her blog in 2008, Coco’s goal was to “provide design and style inspiration with a personal and sometimes humorous approach.” Indeed, you’ll laugh quite a bit from watching Coco go about landscape planning, window hunting, furniture sourcing with her team and mentor Steve, but you’ll also take away some concrete design tips and inspiration.

As Coco explained, “I wanted to do this series to peel back the veil on design and design houses and to show you what it’s really like, that if you put your mind to something, even if you haven’t done it before, you can do it.” 

Make no mistake though, the process is far from easy; it’s arduous, requiring months of research, sourcing materials and furniture, but the result is stunning.

The 2,400-square-foot house transformed into a luxurious villa with lots of character and old charm. Look out for bright, fresh and breathable rooms, enhanced with unique decor pieces and farmhouse, but also modern-inspired touches.