Join R. Lee Ermey and an outfit of good folks from around the country as they finish one more military makeover and change the lives of the Lunt family. Designing Spaces and their allies are moving forward with a program of Military Makeovers to show our appreciation for those putting their lives on the line to keep our great nation free. Stephen Lunt had been deployed to Afghanistan, where he was attacked and hit in the head by an insurgent. After a long recuperation, he’s now married to Ashley, they are now the proud parents of a happy and healthy
American Signature Helps a Military Veteran So the last thing to go into the Lunt’s home —new furniture from American Signature. Their motto is Everyone Deserves a Well Furnished Life, and they are certainly living up to it lending a helping hand to a wounded warrior who served his country for all of us. They are providing furnishings for all the main areas of the townhouse. For the living room, American Signature is giving something both Ashley and Stephen selected; a Burnham Living Room Sofa. There will be two Grandin end tables and a cocktail table working with the sofa.
Baby Safety Tips There are all sorts of hidden hazards in the home for babies and toddlers. It’s important that parents take the right measures to keep their homes properly squared away for child safety. Military Makeover now takes on the tactical art of safeguarding, and addressing risks within the home. Joining correspondent Art Edmonds is Toni Anderson of The Happy Housewife, a Safety 1st partner, to provide tips on how to create a safe environment and identify some risks to toddlers within the Lunt home. Toni is a military wife herself and experienced at creating a safe home environment,
Haier America Provides New LED HD TV Joining correspondent Art Edmonds is Bruce Fairchild, vice President of Product Marketing for Haier America. With 25 years experience in the television manufacturing industry, he brings a definite Wow Factor to the Military Makeover: a brand new LED HD TV Screen from Haier. There are a few things to consider when selecting screen size. How far you sit from the TV and also the space the TV will occupy. You want to get a set that will give you an immersive viewing experience but you don’t want to get a TV that will
Military Makeover 2014 Part 2 Hosted By R. Lee “The Gunny” Ermey There are families across this country that look just like any other in America, but there is something different. In each case, there is a loved one who has made the commitment to defend the United States of America. Join R. Lee Ermey of Military Makeover and an outfit of good folks from around the country in a project to change the lives of one more military family. Meet Stephen and Ashley Lunt, married but medically would not be able to have children of their own. Stephen had
Maybe it’s time to build a digital home for those family memories. Art Edmonds meets up with Glen Meakem, Founder and CEO of Forever,Inc., to learn about a great new service that preserves family photos practically forever. Forever is the world’s first permanent online photo storage and sharing service. Forever guarantees it will save and enable sharing of photos in Permanent Members Accounts for the member’s lifetime plus 100 years, with the goal of thousands of years. Forever is your one-stop shop for uploading, editing, and organizing important information. Your pictures, personal information and documents will not be sold to
Nissan North America Provides Vehicles for “Designing Spaces of Hope – Military Makeover” When mobilizing any operation, you need vehicles, and you want vehicles that will deliver; that you can trust. And, it wouldn’t be so bad if they look good too. Our friends at Nissan North America are back, once again providing the production with the vehicles that get the job done! Military Makeover field correspondent Art Edmonds meets with Jennifer Picheco to find out about some of the work Nissan has been doing to help those in need, including members of the armed forces. Jennifer expresses how Nissan believes
Designing Spaces of Hope – Military Makeover Special with Choice Cabinet Part of the Lunt’s home Military Makeover includes new kitchen cabinets, and Ashley has selected the style and color she wants. Renaissance from Cabinet Depot’s Choice Cabinet line, incorporates mitered stile and rail, and a five piece drawer front, using high quality maple wood. The color is creamy white with a hand applied caramel glaze. This style has a classic French country appeal. It is one of Cabinet Depot’s more popular styles. Choice Cabinets are all wood cabinets. They have many custom features which include dovetailed drawer boxes and
Correspondent Art Edmonds meets with John Alexander, CEO of the Casablanca Fan Company, to speak about the design and functionality of fans, and how Casablanca Fans’ designs provide high end style and breakthrough technology that incorporates lighting, and engineering that addresses air movement and energy saving. John explains, “We believe the ceiling is the 5th dimension in décor, and deserves to be included into the overall look and feel of a space.” Casablanca has a unique design team that draw inspiration form the world around them, versus simply thinking about ceiling fan design. They pull design experience from Paris fashion,
Designing Spaces Military Makeover With Operation Homefront Military Makeover would never have found Stephen Lunt and his family if it hadn’t been for these good folks: Operation Homefront. Operation Homefront is a non-profit 501(c) organization that provides services to military families across the nation. The organization currently has 23 locations serving 43 states. Through generous widespread public support and a collaborative team of exceptional staff and volunteers, Operation Homefront aspires to become the provider of choice for emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.