Scottsdale Promenade to host HGTV star holiday workshop

Jillian Harris (submitted photo)

Jillian Harris (submitted photo)

Meet Jillian Harris, co-host of Love It or List It Too on HGTV and Love It or List It Vancouver on W Network at Scottsdale Promenade.

Ms. Harris will meet fans and present a free Holiday Décor Workshop at 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4 at Scottsdale Promenade, located at Frank Lloyd Wright and North Scottsdale Road.

Scottsdale Promenade’s holiday celebration kicks off with an opportunity to enter a “Shop with Jillian Harris for Holiday Décor” contest.

The contest winner, who will be selected from video entries on the center’s Facebook page, will receive $1,000 to go shopping with the TV star designer at Scottsdale Promenade on Dec. 4, according to a press release.

Visit for information on the contest and the free Holiday Décor Workshop.

Ms. Harris, who lives in Vancouver, Canada, first charmed television audiences on ABC’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and also appeared on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. She now shares her design expertise on the Love It or List It themed shows aired in both the U.S. and Canada.

On the popular shows, the vivacious Ms. Harris redesigns a family’s existing home in hopes that they will stay, while co-host Todd Talbot tries to convince them to buy a home, the release stated.

Growing up in Alberta, Canada’s picturesque Peace River Valley inspired Ms. Harris’s creativity and design style which combines elements of the metropolis and country. From perusing the shops of the Merchandise Mart for design trends to searching endlessly for the perfect pair of heels, she lives her motto of “doing it all.”

The TV star also manages her own firm, Jillian Harris Design.

Visit and to learn more about the shows and the co-host.

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