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Extreme Makeover Home Edition Season Finale To Feature Kelly B. Rightsell Designs

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Kelly B. Rightsell Designs will be part of a very special two-hour season finale that will complete the show’s two year 50 state tour which began with Alaska in September 2006. Kelly B. Rightsell products made there way down to Louisiana to a very deserving family of seven who had recently faced back to back tragedies. The entire family was living in a small house after first Katrina destroyed their homes and shortly after that, a tornado destroyed their temporary housing. The Greensboro-company’s rugs, stuffed animals and dish sets were all used to create beautiful dream rooms for the family’s two little girls. Kelly Rightsell also provided custom painted art work for the two children that became key designs elements in each of their bedrooms. The show will air on the ABC television network on May 18th. “We were honored to be part of such a special project,” said Kelly Rightsell, founder and owner of Kelly B. Rightsell Designs. “In creating my product line I’m inspired daily by the fact that I can bring a little joy into the lives of children. It’s truly amazing to have what inspires me and my creations come to fruition in front of millions of viewers. It’s incredibly rewarding to be able to touch the lives of this family and put smiles on the faces of these two deserving little girls.” Kelly B. Rightsell Designs are a favorite among celebs including Dancing with the Stars phenom and Olympic gold medal winner, Kristi Yamaguchi. The company's products have been previously featured on other television shows including the Reba McIntyre Show and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. About Kelly B. Rightsell Designs: Kelly B. Rightsell Designs, Inc. was founded in 1999 by Kelly Rightsell, a Greensboro artist, business owner and mother. A favorite of celebrity parents, the company produces a popular line of children’s room décor and original artwork, all featuring whimsical designs inspired by her children, her studies in Europe and her work as a fine artist. Kelly’s designs are distinctive in their fine attention to detail, vibrant colors and childlike sensibility. The Greensboro-based company has licensing agreements with Peking Handicraft, Crown Craft Infant Products, Hamco Inc. and Creative Containers. Products designed by Kelly are available at retailers from the Carolinas to California and everywhere in-between. Kelly Rightsell products have been featured in Bloomingdales catalogs.

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