Million Dollar Decorators Renewed for Second Season

31 October 2011 3:45 PM, PDT

In Season 1 of Million Dollar Decorators Joe Francis’ favorite vacation spot, a 40,000 square foot beachfront estate in Punta Mita, was featured in Bravo’s hit interior design series. The show gave viewers an intimate look into design details for the estate Casa Aramara.  Today the Hollywood reporter announced that the hit show has been renewed for an additional season.

“Bravo has just renewed Million Dollar Decorators, its reality series featuring high budget interior designers and their clients, for Season 2.

The Hollywood Reporter has learned all five of the Los Angeles-based designers from Season 1 will return for the second season. They are Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Kathryn Ireland, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Mary McDonald, and Nathan Turner.

Production is gearing up for next season, though a premiere date has yet to be set.”

Joe Francis Has Style - The Man Has StyleJoe’s favorite vacation spot, a 40,000 square foot beachfront estate in Punta Mita, is featured in Bravo’s new series “Million Dollar Decorators,” which gives viewers a look into the affluent world of high-end interior designers. In the episode, Joe consults with the series’ breakout star Martyn Bullard on design details for an estate, called Casa Aramara. The home is designed for entertaining, with guest quarters, spas, game room, a screening room, an enormous palapa-roofed living room, endless patios and lanais with several swimming pools. Bullard and Joe chose a tropical/Indonesian theme with an extraordinary collection of custom-made furnishings from around the world. “Joe has an impeccable eye,” Bullard says. “Every aspect of this house is a reflection of his great taste.” “Million Dollar Decorators” airs Tuesday nights at 10pm on Bravo. Click here to watch Joe Francis and Martyn Bullard on Million Dollar Decorators.