Jerome’s was thrilled when Weaver selected furniture pieces from its large selection of products to be part of the show’s incredible transformations. To see which items were featured on “Hideous Houses,” viewers can tune in to the following episodes:
• 8/11 Curating an Art Explosion
• 8/18 Grandma Gets A Room
• 8/25 Mom's Hoarding Ends Here
• 8/25 Chicken Pox Hoax
Details on exact air times, cast biographies and the latest before/after images can be found by visiting http://www.aetv.com/
WHO: About Celebrity Interior Designer Megan Weaver
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Megan Weaver inherited her eye for design from her mother who turned their modest houses into beautiful homes on a strict budget. Megan attended Loyola Marymount University, and upon graduation went to work for Steven Spielberg at Amblin Entertainment. While she enjoyed the process of feature film development and production, Weaver was often seen moving furniture around and decorating the assistants’ offices to keep up with the Michael S. Smith-designed spaces for the President and VP.
As a Ford model, Weaver traveled the world on various photo assignments. Along the way, she picked up art and antiques that captured the inspiration and regional design elements she found in the scenic and unusual places she visited. After modeling, she established Megan Weaver Design and has since designed homes from the ground up in Hancock Park, Malibu, Bel Air and the San Fernando Valley. Weaver’s rooms have an intuitive, inviting feeling to them. Her design style is clean, light and airy – contemporary chic combined with elements of traditional coziness. Her designs, meant primarily for families, ensure that rooms are easy to live in with kids and dogs without sacrificing style.
“It's been exciting to see our furniture as part of these major home overhauls on “Hideous Houses,” said Jim Navarra, vice president and third-generation family member at family-owned and operated Jerome’s. “Megan is well-respected interior designer and a lot of fun to work with. We couldn’t be more excited to host her at Jerome’s for this meet and greet.”
WHEN & WHERE:
Saturday, Sept. 15 from 1 – 4 p.m.
Jerome’s Rancho Cucamonga
11750 E 4th St, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-6131
HOW: No cost or RSVP necessary. Guests are encouraged to take images of their home to share with Weaver at the event. More information can be found or shared by visiting www.jeromes.com, on Facebook at Jerome’s San Diego or on Twitter at @JeromesSanDiego with hashtag #MeganWeaver.
Founded in 1954, Jerome's Furniture is a family-owned and operated business headquartered in San Diego, Calif. with eight showrooms and six clearance centers located across Southern California and an e-commerce website providing avenues for consumers to enjoy online furniture viewing and buying. Regarded fondly by generations of families, Jerome’s is known as the best furniture retailer for value (“Jerry’s Price”) and a wide selection of products. Recognized with numerous awards including Retailer of the Year by the Western Home Furnishings Association (WHFA) and Honoree of the San Diego National Bank Founders Award along with many other business recognitions as the best furniture store, customers know they can count on Jerome’s to make it easy to shop for furniture with service support including interior design, same day delivery and financing. More information can be found by visiting www.jeromes.com.