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Kahi Lee

Lee easily adapts to the tastes and attitudes of her wide-ranging audience and credits her demographic-defying designs and genuine passion for all things stylish for her television success.

In just a few short years, Lee is fast becoming one of the most recognizable faces in lifestyle television programming. Her talents and style sensibility have been featured in USA TodayIn StyleIn Style Home,SurfaceSeventeen, and People among others.

Lee was recently named one of the best interior designers in Los Angeles by 944.

Lee's first book Rough Luxe Design published by Farameh Media and distributed by Daab Media is due out in late 2011.

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