Alison Victoria, a Chicago native moved to Las Vegas in 1999 to attend the University of Nevada Las Vegas, where she graduated and embarked on her professional career as the youngest designer at Christopher Homes in Las Vegas. Her responsibilities included creating stunning interior designs for affluent, semi-custom residences. Two years later, Alison launched her own full-service interior design firm, Alison Victoria Interiors, Inc. With locations in Chicago and Las Vegas, the list of clients is a blend of boutiques, resorts, and private residences. Examples of her passion for interior architecture can be seen in designs for Chicago’s Trump Tower, as well as a versatile entertainment/wedding/meeting space pavilion in Las Vegas. She also created her own line of modern luxury furniture that defines sleek and chic. Soon after, Silverton Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada hired her as creative director where she oversaw its $160 million expansion. In 2011, Alison received the Rising Stars of Business award by the Las Vegas Business Press.
As the first female host of the popular Crashers series on DIY Network, Alison Victoria surprises homeowners in Las Vegas and Chicago with extravagant kitchen redesigns completed in a few short days on the new show, Kitchen Crashers. Alison hunts in stores across America for weekend warriors who could definitely use some help bringing style, beauty and simplicity together to create harmony in their kitchens.
With home bases in two cities, Alison is still actively involved in donating her time to community non-profit organizations such as Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Nevada SPCA) and PAWS Chicago.
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