Learn more about Chayse Dacoda, host of Get It Together.
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Born just outside Philadelphia, Chayse Dacoda has been transforming interiors since she began rearranging the family furniture at age 6. She has come a long way from furniture rearranging though now she oversees large-scale home renovations with Dacoda Design, her design business founded in 1998.
Although she originally pursued economics at the University of Pennsylvania, Chayse left finance behind when she started her design business. Set design and art direction originally called her name but she found her passion doing residential and commercial interiors. She believes that design is about "incorporating style and beauty into a very comfortable, livable space for a client." In addition, she helps people "to create their own personal sanctuaries." Her philosophies also reach to the Far East and she incorporates many principles of Feng Shui into the spatial design for many of her clients.
No stranger to the camera, Chayse made her first on-screen debut opposite Michael Biehn in Deep Red with one line back in 1994. In addition, she has also appeared in a few independent films and has done stand-up comedy at The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles. She maintains that humor has to be the base of everything, because life should be first and foremost fun. She is also well known for her role as a designer on TLC's While You Were Out, and now she hosts and designs for HGTV's Get It Together.
Although her business is based in Los Angeles, a growing client base has taken her to San Francisco, New York and the east coast as well. She says she will go anywhere in the world to create a beautiful space.
For more information, visit www.dacodadesign.com.