Fun, unexpected and personalized room designs tell each family’s unique story in HGTV’s newest series, One of a Kind. Premiering on Tuesday, March 19, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, the eight-episode series stars home renovator and interior designer Grace Mitchell as she creates eclectic, imaginative spaces in Fort Worth, Texas. In each episode, she learns the homeowners’ personal stories and, with inspiration from their distinct personalities, rich family history, and individual passions, creates an innovative design plan. Backed by her colorful construction crew, Grace’s hands-on approach and fresh ideas deliver exceptional renovations tailored to her clients. Throughout the series, Grace amazes homeowners with out-of-the-box ideas such as wall art made from a rusted antique car, a fiber optic night sky on a dining room ceiling and custom 3D wallpaper.
“Anyone can have a house that’s catalog pretty, but a home should tell the story of the family that lives there,” said Grace. “My team and I take boring, outdated homes and give them personality and style.”
To kick off the series, Grace overhauls the main living space for a family that has its roots in the ice cream industry. She gives a nod to the family’s history when she builds a whimsical ice cream parlor off the new modern kitchen. To further reflect the couple’s full story throughout the home, she crafts personalized wallpaper from their collection of love notes, incorporates their favorite saying into the kitchen backsplash and finishes the cabinets in the new office with images of special places they’ve visited.