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In a live interview on Good Morning Carolina, Designer Randy Aldridge is showing you some fabulous, but easy fall decor. Full story...
Randy checks in with artist Michelle Connolly whose show "all sorts" is opening next Friday.
It's always nice when you can freshen up the look of your home and show some local support as well, and that's where Randy Aldridge wants to help. Tonight, he introduces us to local artist Michael Van hout, who's work could be just the touch your home needs.
Last week, Randy Aldridge redesigned a plain plastic planter to look like a copper hanging planter that he saw in Charleston. This week, it is time to create a hedge-like look in that planter. As Randy explains it... it's all about the thriller, the spiller and the filler.
A lot of people are becoming more interested in organic soaps and other products that don't have as many chemicals in the ingredients. Its much nicer not to be using all those chemicals you cant even pronounce. In this week's randy to the rescue. Randy teaches us how to make our own herbal infusion soap.
Protecting your skin during the summer can be a challenge. If you are looking for an all natural way to keep mosquitoes and other insects away, infused oils can be the answer. In tonight's Randy to the Rescue, Randy Aldridge heads over to out of Eden soaps to find out all about them.
Southport certainly takes Independence Day seriously, hosting the annual North Carolina 4th of July Festival. Southport native and WWAY design guru Randy Aldridge stopped by the festival to check out what the local artists have to offer this year.