Cade Republic Designs In a Holistic Way



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Vanessa Price sits in the room she designed for HGTV’s Haunted Renovations.

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Vanessa Price, owner of Cade Republic Design Consulting & Studio in downtown Edom, returned to the Upper East Side of Texas recently after almost a year in Hawaii filming Aloha Builds for HGTV/DIY Network.

“I feel so at home here,” Price says. “East Texas is where my family is from, and I spent many holidays and summers in these woods with my grandparents on Lake Palestine.”

Price also spent 14 years in Los Angeles and traveling across the country working as an art director and prop stylist for home renovation TV shows including five seasons with Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Home Free, American Diner Revival, Tiny House Nation, and Aloha Builds. She has a deep love of original art, quirky antiques, beautiful textures, and mixing old with new, and designs with a holistic approach.

“A harmonious blend of big city and small town life has given me the ability to relate to a wide range of people.  I think this translates well to home design by caring, listening with laser-like attention to detail and loving warm spaces. I help people love their homes.”

Price is pictured in the above photo which shows an office she designed for HGTV’s Haunted Renovations (Halloween special) in a basement room renovation in a turn-of-the-century historic home in Lincoln, Illinois. She exposed the existing brick wall and hung an antique stainglass door she found for sale at a local church. She and her team completely overhauled the room adding tile flooring, ceiling tin, fireplace, custom built-in live edge shelving with wallpaper, lighting, artwork, furnishings, and a blue rug.

Her Edom shop is open Wednesday through Saturday. Call (818) 720-5835 and visit www.caderepublic.com for more information or to arrange for a design consultation.

 

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