Christopher Lowell Biography
Christopher Lowell is an Interior Decorator and a TV personality who was born on November 6th, 1955. He is known for being the best host for the TV show, Interior Motives and also The Christopher Lowell Show. He is American.
In 2000 he won a Daytime Emmy Award for his work on The Christopher Lowell Show. He had appeared as a member of the California Boys Choir before he was on the Christopher Lowell Show. He now has a line of desk accessories and furniture at Office Depot.
Lowell was born on November 6th, 1955. He is 63 Years old.
He is known for being the best host for the TV show, Interior Motives and also The Christopher Lowell Show. In 2000 he won a Daytime Emmy Award for his work on The Christopher Lowell Show. He had appeared as a member of the California Boys Choir before he was on the Christopher Show. He now has a line of desk accessories and furniture at Office Depot.
He has appeared in the following TV shows;
- “Interior Motives with Christopher Lowell” (1997) TV Series as host
- “The Christopher Show” (1999) as host (also known as “It’s Lowell”)
- “The Wall to Wall Show” (2005) as host
- “You Can Do It with Lowell” (2006) Home Decorating Series as host
- “Work That Room” with Lowell” Home Decorating Series as host
- “The Martin Short Show” (1 episode, 1999) as himself
- “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” (1 episode, 2001) as himself
- “Monster Garage” (1 episode) as himself
- “Hollywood Squares” (5 episodes, 2002) as himself
- “The Wall to Wall Show” (10 episodes, 2005) as himself
- “I Love the ’90s: Part Deux” (2005) as himself
Christopher 7 Layers Of Design
His 7 layers of the design were developed over a six-year period in workshops with fellow Americans. They started out as 168 layers but with time they reduced to 7.
Layer # 1 is paint and architectural embellishments:
With the right paint colors, the room has great warmth and richness to the already available space.
Layer #2 is installed flooring:
This is a wall to wall installation and a designer should just keep it simple but classy.
Layer #3 is high-ticket upholstery items:
These are just any organized fabric-covered pieces.
Layer # 4 accents Fabrics:
This is where we have Graphic organized prints.
Layer #5 is non-upholstered furniture (or what I call the workhorses):
This is the layer where there are furniture placements. This exercise is very important.
Layer #6 is accessories:
This layer covers all the wall art, books, photos and other icons that mean a lot to you.
Layer # 7 is plants and lighting:
Sculpting with light can make cheap things look like museum finds and turn not so great stuff into dynamic silhouettes and shapes that can be poetic. Pools of light just where you need them, arcs of light on yummy wall color and the flicker of candlelight are what create spaces you and guests want to linger in.
Christopher Lowell I Love the ’90s: Part Deux
I Love the ’90s: Part Deux is a television mini-series on VH1 about 1990s culture with 10 episodes. It premiered on January 17, 2005. This series is a sequel to I Love the ’90s and the title is a reference to the 1993 comedy, Hot Shots! Part Deux.
First episode date: 17 January 2005
Final episode date: 28 January 2005
Christopher Lowell Show
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