Joss & Main Partners With HGTV

After episodes air, viewers can visit Joss & Main to shop the exact look
June 13, 2017Alyson Cohen

Joss & Main Partners With HGTVBoston—Joss & Main is partnering with the HGTV series, “Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation,” where they will provide furniture and décor to decorate the newly transformed homes throughout six episodes. In the new season of the popular HGTV show, families across the country will search for their dream beachfront homes and tackle home renovation projects. Each episode includes numerous challenges as families try to stay under their allocated budgets. After episodes air, viewers can visit Joss & Main to shop the exact look 

“We’re thrilled to join forces with our valued partner, HGTV for the second year in a row on this particular show,” said Paul Toms, general manager, Joss & Main, a Wayfair banner. “We know our customers enjoy and appreciate the opportunity to shop the look of hit shows on HGTV, and this beach house-themed collaboration comes at the perfect time of year. We’re excited to help real families decorate their new homes and outdoor spaces with stylish and budget-friendly pieces, sourced from Joss & Main.”

The shoppable events on will run from now through July 23.

Alyson CohenaAlyson Cohen | Contributing Editor

Alyson Cohen is a senior honors student at Rutgers University who has joined HFN this summer as an editorial intern.


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