Steve Harvey's got a penchant for, well, let's just say suits -- the flashy, three-piece hallmark of his personal style -- but when it comes to other facets of design, he's calling in some experts for advice.
Meet Mikel Welch, the one-time HGTV "Design Star" contestant and current set designer on Harvey's self-titled daytime talk show, who took us behind-the-scenes of the show's Chicago set to see where Harvey channels his signature style.
From a reclaimed wood dressing table to the dressing room's sports-inspired flourishes, check out three of the design trends Steve Harvey can look forward to everyday (plus, some tips on how you can work them into your own decor).
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Now that most new televisions are a sleek and flat panel, there is no need for these bulky units that take up your whole family room.
Yes, sometimes these can be handy as room dividers, but the trend of setting a screen in the corner of a room as decor is no longer really relevant. And they tend to be dust collectors!
Since the emergence of MP3s, we don't really have use for our Red Hot Chili Pepper CD anymore, and we definitely don't need a whole tower to display our collection.
In this day and age, most of us use our cell phones for all of our calls, so a landline at home is really not necessary.
While many modern families are no longer collecting sets of expensive china, they're opting for more streamlined buffets or servers in their dining rooms instead.
This was a staple in every young person's home back in the day, but now there are so many more attractive convertible options for sleeping (and more comfortable too), these are becoming obsolete.
Roll Top Desks
These have been around for over a century, but in today's modern office, we're not as interested in closing our desks after working.
Today we look at our phones and even our microwave ovens (gasp!) to get the time. Although they can be beautiful, we no longer have a big need for these classics.
We're not exactly sure why these awesome fixtures of the '80s are no longer popular... maybe because they were such a hassle when you sprung a leak!
We remember wanting one of these monsters SO badly. But with today's newer technology, stereo systems have become sleeker and have less bulky components.