SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA—The recently revived TLC show “Trading Spaces” is including Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties in its search across North Carolina for neighbors to feature on its upcoming 10th season.
According to Trading Spaces Spokesman Rob Crill, the casting department has been distributing flyers and dropping into local neighborhood groups like the Hampstead Enquirer, in Pender County.
Crill said neighbors should live no further than a quarter of a mile apart, but there are otherwise few restrictions on who can “trade places.”
According to Crill, “We are looking for fun homeowners and renters (with landlord approval) that would like to swap homes with a nearby family member, close friend, or neighbor who is interested in having a re-design or makeover of a room in their home.”
Those interested should apply here: www.TradingSpacesCas
Based on the BBC series “Changing Rooms,” TLC launched “Trading Spaces” in 2000. The show ran for eight years and spawned a host of spinoffs. After a ten-year hiatus, the show returned with new episodes in 2018.