DIY NETWORK SHOWCASES HOMES' UNTAPPED POTENTIAL IN 'AMAZING SPACE'
New York [June 15, 2017] Wasted space is a burden of the past in DIY Network's new series Amazing Space, premiering Wednesday, July 12, at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT. Starring contractor Eric Griffin, the series follows this "found space" specialist as he unmasks the true potential of overlooked areas in homes for clients who need additional room. The six half-hour episodes highlight Eric's knack of transforming unused places in older homes, such as attics, basements, breezeways and stairway nooks, into gorgeous new rooms and functional spaces.
"I give my clients extra square footage in places where they don't know it exists," said Griffin. "I love going into these older homes and finding those quirky little untapped areas that nobody else has discovered."
To learn more about the series, visit diynetwork.com/AmazingSpace for a sneak peek of the season, exclusive before and after photos and fun facts about the host. Viewers also can interact via social media using #AmazingSpaceDIY.
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