HGTV & Her New Podcast “Love Jam”
Tiffany Pratt is no stranger to the design world in terms of popular television as well. She’s been the host of HGTV’s Home to Win and Buy It, Fix It, Sell It. Pratt calls “being a host on TV a wild ride”. She describes the most important part to be “maintaining your own point of view”. Tiffany feels as though designing on a television show is a pleasure and that it can be really fun to “watch things unfold in new and exciting ways”. There’s a new show debuting this fall on HGTV Canada called Family Home Overhaul in which she’ll be featured in a few episodes. This one is all about rebuilding homes for those truly in need and Pratt describes that part of her work as “very rewarding and heart filling”.
Tiffany has also jumped on the podcast bandwagon and has learned so much along the way! In collaboration with Delta Faucet Canada, Pratt’s podcast is entitled Love Jam. Even though so much of her life’s work is based around design, she wanted to bring love into the mix. After all, everything in her life she does “with LOVE”. She hopes to inspire people as she speaks from her heart and discusses with guests “how they brought love into their life”.
What colour means to tiffany pratt
Designer Tiffany Pratt does not mess around when it comes to colour because according to her, “colour is the tops!” From a designing point of view, Tiffany finds that “paint is the easiest and most affordable way to transform anything”. She firmly believes that “the right paint colour can mean the world to a space”. Paint always factors in huge with her designs. She hopes to motivate homeowners to be unafraid when it comes to colour and just “go for it”! Pratt wants to inspire that “fearlessness” towards using colour in design as much as she can.
As far as social media is concerned, Tiffany Pratt loves to use her own Instagram as an “active mood board that everyone can see”. If you head over to her page and have a look (@realtiffanypratt), you will find yourself so inspired by her use of colour in just about everything she touches. She wants “everyone to see what she sees”, from “the colours, places, inspirations, and materials” she uses. Her goal is to keep things light, inspiring and to help evoke joy. We’d say you got the mission accomplished, Tiffany!