"Picker Sisters" on Lifetime is a reality series starring best friends and renowned interior designers Tracy Hutson and Tanya McQueen ("Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"). The program reaffirms the classic saying "one person's trash is another's treasure" by following the design duo as they crisscross America in search of rare relics and materials to create stunning pieces for their Los Angeles home décor pop-up shop.

Throughout the episodes, Hutson and McQueen together embark on the biggest and craziest business adventure of their lives—starting their own store. With keen eyes for style and intuitive design instincts, they travel far and wide to find jaw-dropping bargains on any interesting materials they discover before driving back to California and transforming them into pieces that will fetch top dollar. Whether it's a tarnished fuel tank sitting in a junk yard, mangled barbed wire, rusty tire wheels or the weathered wood from an entire barn, Hutson and McQueen meet and negotiate with some of the country's most interesting people willing to part with their belongings—for the right price. Once back in Los Angeles, Hutson and McQueen work with their contractor, Alan Luxmore, on realizing their design vision and create beautiful furnishings shrewd Los Angeles buyers looking to decorate their homes or offices will die for.

"Picker Sisters" is produced by RelativityREAL for Lifetime Television. RelativityREAL's Tom Forman (Lifetime's "Coming Home," creator of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition") and Josh Bingham ("Obsessed," "The Two Coreys") serve as executive producers.

Rob Sharenow, Gena McCarthy and Sandy Varo Jarrell of Lifetime Television also executive produce. RelativityREAL's Brad Bishop (Find My Family) is co-executive producer.


Network: Lifetime
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: August 2, 2011
Seasons: 1
Production Company: RelativityREAL

'Picker Sisters' Transform Trash into Treasure — Interior designers Tracy Hutson and Tanya McQueen from "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" beg, borrow and buy their way across the U.S. in search of rare materials to create stunning furniture for their store. Read more...

bearfeetonly says:
Love the show; Someone actually knows besides me that you can take junk and turn it into works of art...I have been doing this for years going to garage sales / auctions / checking out old buildings / taking something as simple as a window pane removing the glass adding a shelf either clean it up or give it a coat of paint insert mirrors and you have art / it's a great feeling this is only one of my many items which I have recreated...And I love your show...It's never boring always always interesting...would mind going picking with you some day...Take care keep the episodes coming because I have not missed one yet. Love ya! From Good Old Wisconsin

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