Season 11, Episode 2

Finding their Forever Home

The Kish family recently bought a new home. The dining and living rooms are too bare at the moment. It's such a monumental task furnishing the rooms that they decided to ask Designer David Bromstad to help them out. David understands how daunting it is to decorate huge rooms so his suggestion is to float the furniture in the middle to make the space less overwhelming and more intimate. Not only does the living and dining rooms have to have a cohesive look, they also have to be functional for the couples' 11-year old twin daughters. With only two days left until the Kish family moves in, David and his crew work round the clock to make it in time for the reveal.
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