Friday, May 15, 2009

Good luck girls!

Congratulations and Good luck to the two iscd graduates competing in the homeMADE - the biggest renovation competition ever seen on television VODICKA and CHONTELLE SAMIOS both studied at the international School of Colour and Design.

Each week the talented homeMADE designers are split into two teams, one per house. Their challenge is to meet their client’s brief while making the finished result spectacular and unique: a space that will not only impress the family but also wow the judges. And it’s not just one room – the WHOLE house must be done in five days.

ANNIE VODICKA is the oldest competitor in homeMADE but she’s get energy to burn.

After more than 20 years in the aviation industry, as a flight attendant and onboard manager, she satisfied a lifelong passion for interiors by completing a degree in interior design at the International School of Colour and Design. While she’s already tested out her new-found skills on friends and family, she hopes homeMADE will kick-start a long and brilliant career.

Annie says her style is contemporary but eclectic. She also loves a touch of extravagance. “I’m a bit of a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. I love to create beauty within the confines of a budget but I can’t help injecting a bit of luxury and extravagance,” she says.

At 23, effervescent CHONTELLE SAMIOS is the youngest of the homeMADE designers. She has already completed two diplomas in interior design and styling at iscd, renovated her property from top to bottom, started her own design firm, Elles InDesign, based in Sydney’s southern suburbs, and managed to win an impressive mix of residential and commercial clients – all in just one year as a professional designer.

She describes her style as modern French provincial. She loves to mix creams and decorative items such as lace and combine them with modern furnishings and charcoal accents.

Thanks to Real Living magazine for featuring our stars! Good luck girls!

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