Ever imagined how enjoyable it would be to watch Kitchen Nightmares without all the abusive language? Well, now you can as Netflix welcomes a brand new series to our screens in 2020. The first season of Restaurants on the Edge was made available back in February and they’re already back for season 2 on Friday, May 8th.
Season 1 of the series was made up of six episodes – the team take on restaurants all over the world in Malta, Hong Kong, Tobermory, Costa Rica, Austria and St Lucia. The second season will take viewers even further afield with more incredible transformations.
Chefs Dennis Prescott and Nick Liberato are hosts of the show while Karin Bohn is on hand for all things design. Find out everything you need to know about the Restaurants on the Edge interior designer!
Restaurants on the Edge: Karin Bohn
Karin Bohn is one of the three hosts of Restaurants on the Edge.
Bringing out the big guns in the style department, Karin is in charge of all the design elements of the restaurants.
In season 1, episode 1 the team head to Malta where Karin blows glass and sources some traditional tiles. Then in episode 3, Tobermory, Karin does her best to improve Coconut Joe’s. She often looks to local producers and artists when sourcing stylish items for the projects. Episode 3 saw her find a local chainsaw artist to make a bespoke piece of art for the venue.
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Karin Bohn: Nationality
Karin grew up in a small town – Dawson Creek, British Colombia, Canada. However, she’s of German-Chinese heritage.
On Karin’s website, she cites her heritage as the reason “she’s fearlessly able to take bold risks with her projects.”
Growing up, she would spend time with both sets of grandparents who could only speak broken English at best. Being exposed to deep German and Chinese cultural roots and such diverse traditions at a young age is the reason Karin’s work is able to be influenced by so many time periods, cultures and countries.
Now, she’s based in Vancouver, Canada, where she runs her interior design business – House of Bohn.
Meet Karin on Instagram
You can find Karin on Instagram under the handle @karinbohn where she now has over 67,000 followers.