Text Size: Small Medium Large

For Your Home

For Your Home

FOR YOUR HOME is a half-hour home and garden program hosted by do-it- yourself expert Vicki Payne and daughter Sloan Payne-Rutter. FYH features step-by-step instructions for home enhancing projects that bring out one's individual style and personality. Because of its breadth of topics -- covering creative concepts in home decorating, remodeling and gardening -- this magazine-formatted program is the perfect complement to (or replacement for) other more niche-targeted programs. Its mission is to give viewers a whole range of practical, easy-to-understand, and do-able information "For Your Home."

Latest Episodes

Vicki joins the Purple Heart Homes organization to renovate a home for a veteran and his family. Vicki's design ideas transform the exterior of a simple track home with new insulated vinyl siding, decorative accents, a new door and lighting. For the first time this military family will have a house of their own.

Vicki and Sloan share some of their favorites: make an outdoor retreat with brightly painted Adirondack chairs and colorful gardening accessories, stitch delightful flower totes, and create seasonal entryway decorations.

New spaces take shape as drywall, hardwood floors and vinyl siding transform the interior and exterior of the bungalow while new doors and windows provide beauty and energy saving advantages. Homeowner, Liz Lowry, works with Ron, the finish carpenter, to recycle two old wooden doors into headboards for two of her three children's bedrooms.

Apartments are hot real estate. More people are living in apartments now than in any time in our resent real estate history. Open any apartment door and you are generally greeted by a sea of beige walls and carpet. How do you change that picture to express your own personality and design style? Vicki has some great ideas and solutions for today's apartment dwellers. Say good bye to boring and embrace a little apartment style.

WGBY Create
Sun Apr 1st, 11:30am

FYH host Vicki Payne takes a trip to Michigan to help her son Tony transform his backyard into an exciting place to entertain his family of five and all their friends. Tony lends sweat equity to the project and gets lots of help from his neighbors to stay on budget throughout the project.

We have all done it. You have an inspector go over every aspect of a house before you purchase. Then you buy it and discover a whole list of problems that never showed up until you start opening up the walls. Join Vicki as she works with her general contractor, designer, engineer, plumber, electrician and landscaper to discover all the behind the walls and under the floor issue with her new dream home.

Video Title