Synopsis: Discovery+'s newest home renovation show is planned to premiere on April 13, 2022.
Last Updated: 02.09 PM, Apr 14, 2022
Discovery+'s newest home-improvement show, High Design, is planned to launch on April 13, 2022. The show's teaser debuted recently and it features Kim Myles, the cannabis queen, on a journey to assist clients who are having trouble finding space for a cannabis dispenser.
The audience is able to watch some incredible renovations carried out by the host, Kim Myles, in California and Maine.
The property owner of a cannabis shop, who is trying to accommodate a huge amount of cannabis, will be featured on High Design. These stores also have a dreadful interior, which Kim Myles will improve as well as making room for cannabis. She'll also be delving into the realm of cannabis, learning how to manufacture soaps, sodas, lotions, and a variety of other items from the plant.
For the cannabis shop keepers, Season 1 of High Design would be a rollercoaster ride. The show is shot in California and Maine, both of which have dozens of new cannabis businesses and fierce competition. Some of these stores' sales have plummeted as a result of unattractive store décor and chaotic cannabis dispensaries.
Myles' new series, High Design, combines two of her passions. The first season is made up of six episodes that follow the makeovers of six dispensaries in four states, two of which are in Colorado. Kim will also look at cannabis in all of its varieties and form different products out of it.
Furthermore, some store owners are on the edge of closing their doors, while others are so strapped for cash that they have no other option but to close their doors. So, to save all of those cannabis shop owners, Kim Myles will use her magic to transform the run-down establishments from top to bottom. She would not only restore the interiors to aid in the near term but she will also look for ways to enhance the businesses' sales.
High Design, will be available for streaming on Discovery+ from April 13, 2022.