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FYI TV18 launches home makeover show- 'Small Budget Big Makeover'

24-October-2016
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FYI TV18 launches home makeover show- 'Small Budget Big Makeover'

FYI TV18 is all set to launch a new home makeover show- ‘Small Budget Big Makeover’ at 8pm.

Interior designers Muninder and Vishakha visit homes to get a fair understanding of the space to align the needs and expectations of the families with their ideas. The twist lies in the fact that the team of experts are faced with constraints not only monetarily but also with time.

Speaking about the show, celebrity interior designers Muninder and Vishakha said, “We are extremely passionate about styling and revamping houses and turning them into homes. When FYI TV18 came to us with this brilliant opportunity to redo homes but with the challenge of a monetary constraint, we were ecstatic. It’s been very rewarding to meet interesting people and transform their homes. With Small Budget Big Makeover, we intend to reinvent the relationships and happiness of the families, our show’s core strength is the makeover of the families dream house, since home is where the heart is. ”

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