LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian moved to Chicago last year so Cibrian could film NBC's 'Playboy Club.' Though the network canceled the show shortly after its premiere, significantly shortening the couple's stay in the Windy City, Rimes still had enough time to beautifully decorate their cozy Chicago condo. So much, in fact, that her space will be featured on Saturday's premiere of HGTV's new show 'Interiors, Inc.' hosted by Jonathan Pierce.

Pierce worked with Rimes on both her Nashville and Los Angeles homes and told the Chicago Tribune that he tried to make this condo feel like those homes -- but with more of a metropolitan flare.

“She has this beautiful taste in Tibetan antiques and modern paintings," he said. "She has a very eclectic love of European design. I kept the palette I worked with her on in her other homes and edged it up. I made it feel cozy and warm for the Chicago winters.”

Pierce and his team completed the entire design project in just three days in August, stopping by Barneys New York, Nordstrom Rack, West Elm and the Golden Triangle for pieces to complete the look. Pierce said when Rimes called him up about enlisting his design help, he got her to agree to appear on 'Interiors, Inc.'

“We started talking and [Rimes] said, ‘I need you to help me do this place in Chicago -- I just need it for a few months,’” he remembered. "I said, ‘No problem. Will you [appear] on my show?’ She was like, ‘Done.’”

The series premiere of 'Interiors, Inc.' hits HGTV Saturday (Jan. 28) at 9:30 PM ET.