Host Rick Rifle knows how to design a compromise between couples. See how he combines their differing styles to transform a room.
Erin and Justin want to turn their backyard into an outdoor living space, but they can't agree on a design. She wants an elegant Moroccan feel with lots of bright colors, while he's looking for a 1950s retro look with lots of blues and gre
David and Katie are determined to remodel the guesthouse behind their mid-century home. The only problem is, they can't agree on a design or how the space should function. David, a professional photographer, would like to use it as a studio
Alex and Lawrence were high school sweethearts and moved into their traditional style home shortly after they were married. Now that they have two kids, they agree that it's time to update the most used room in the home, the family room. Al
Tim and Marilyn are ready to turn their bland kitchen into a functional, stylish space. These two are split, however, on how to achieve this. Marilyn sees a French country kitchen, while Tim envisions an American traditional space. Designe
When Nancy and Valentine moved into their spacious condo, they stalled on decorating their stark master suite when they couldn't agree on style. Nancy wants subdued colors and a traditional style using the antique pieces she's collected.
Lucy and Craig Gardner have lived with their outdated kitchen for 10 years and are desperately in need of a change. Lucy dreams of a warm, comfortable kitchen while Craig favors a high-tech, minimalist environment. Since their styles are so
There's hope on the "he wants, she wants" design battlefront! Designing for the Sexes helps a different couple each week resolve conflicts as they tackle a home- or room-renovation project. The program follows the couple in design trouble and witnesses an interior designer's creative approach (including encouraging compromise) to bring their fabulous project to completion.