Today, Laura Day is known by most as a designer on TLC’s Trading Spaces. But, what most people don’t know is that getting there wasn’t easy. Laura began her career as a house painter; though not a glamorous job, it was her first foray into the design world. Her boss eventually realized that Laura had a special talent for design, and that her and her brush would be better suited indoors. She quickly found that she had a true passion for design and so she decided to attend the New York School of Interior Design. From there she went on to attend The Finishing School on Long Island, where she was involved in numerous decorative painting courses. Her first post Finishing School job was to paint all the faux finishing’s at a restaurant in New York City. It was then that the New York Times reviewed the restaurant and made mention of Laura’s elegant work. This eventually led to coverings in other major publications as well, most notably including New York Magazine, Vogue, and Traditional Home. Eventually, Laura’s work caught the eye of the producers at Trading Spaces and she was given the job as the next designer on the show. Today, since leaving the show, Laura designs independently for several major companies, including Home Depot and Sky Vodka.
**Laura Day Speaker**
In addition to working on Trading Spaces and designing in her spare time, Laura Day is also an accomplished writer. Her book Practical Intuition spent several weeks on the New York Times Bestseller list and several of her others have also been featured on the list. She frequently travels around promoting her books and giving inspirational and motivational lectures to people looking to create success in their lives.
**Laura Day Appearance**
As a well-known designer and best-selling author, Laura Day has been featured on several major talk shows and lifestyle programs. Some of her most notable appearances include the Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, Fox News, Good Morning America, and The View. In addition, she has also been featured in several major publications including Newsweek, New York Magazine, The Independent, Bottom Line, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, and People magazines.
**Laura Day Endorsement**
When it comes to someone as busy as Laura Day it may seem like a daunting task to get her to endorse your company’s next product or service. But, that’s why PGS is here. Our experienced staff will work with you to negotiate the best deal possible for your Laura Day endorsement deal. We’ll then handle all of the additional details that are involved in arranging a Laura Day endorsement deal for you.
For more information about booking athletes and celebrities with the help of TSE Speakers, please fill our our detailed contact form or call us at (866) 520-7081 to speak with a dedicated TSE representative.
|01. Brown, Katie||Home and Garden|
|02. Gorder, Genevieve||Home and Garden|
|03. Hemmis, Paige||Actresses|
|04. Ramos, Constance||Home and Garden|
|05. Moloney, Michael||Home and Garden|
|06. Golden, Nancy||Home and Garden|
|07. Adams, Michele||Home and Garden|
|08. Rowley, Cynthia||Home and Garden|
|09. Russo, Gia||Home and Garden|
|10. Smith, Janette||Home and Garden|