Season 4, Episode 3

Bland, Outdated Hillside Abode Gets Modern Transformation Fit For Beachfront Property

Frank and Angel Ciangi live in the gorgeous, family-friendly Berkeley Hills, but their dated home is anything but beautiful. The neighbors describe the home as a drab, monochromatic box and Angel's least favorite feature of the home are what she calls the "bangs" - a random strip of terra cotta tiles lining the top of facade. Angel and Frank would love nothing more than to fit in with the rest of their stylish neighborhood and make their deck a more welcoming space that can showcase their amazing view of the San Francisco Bay. Designer and architect John Gidding knows this is going to be a difficult task, but if anyone can pull it off, it's John Gidding and the Curb Appeal: The Block team!
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