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Dear readers, have I got a treat for you! I stumbled across the link to New York City's WLIW21's exclusive television series A Moment of Luxury via one of Bunny William's tweets (I swear, twitter is such a great resource!). Series that air exclusively on public television are highly underrated-- particularly home and design series. I could watch The Create Channel, Chicago's art, design and food public television station, for hour on end.. But anyway, A Moment of Luxury episodes are available for viewing online here. Episodes and exclusive "webisodes" are also available here.

I included my two favorite episodes, of course! In the video above, Mr. Stubbs gets a personal room-by-room tour of the 2009 Kips Bay Showhouse by the room's respective designer. Remember the Bunny Williams-designed room that caused such a stir on the August 5, 2009 Skirted Round Table podcast? In this episode, you hear Bunny's thoughts about the room she designed as well as what was behind it.

In this episode, Bunny Williams guides Mr. Stubbs through her weekend home made famous by her book,
An Affair With a House. So fabulous! You have to watch it.

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Reader Comments (2)

You are absolutely right! Public television is fabulous! I'm a big fan of the reruns of Julia Child's cooking shows, P.Allen Smith's gardening show and recently I found Ladies of Letters - hilarious! I'm looking forward to checking out A Moment of Luxury. Here's to a great week!

02.1.2010 | Unregistered CommenterSimply Luxurious

I've never watched Ladies of Letters or P. Allen Smith's gardening show-- I'll have to see if I can find it somewhere!

02.1.2010 | Unregistered Commenterfallon

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