Jennifur Brandt is very versatile and stylish writer and jewelry creator, but her living room lacks both versatility and style. Watch how Lee Snijders, Summer Baltzer and Charles Burbridge transform a huge white box into an up-and-coming DJ's dance and party playground.
Tawny Mitchell has an artsy style, which she has expressed throughout her apartment. The only room that has been giving her creative side a mental block has been the bathroom. She dreams of an exquisite powder room to prepare for her busy days. Interior designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, transforms Mitchell's extreme bathroom into a glamorous Hollywood 1920s lady's lounge, all for under $1,000.
Alicia and Hector Zuniga recently finished redecorating their little cottage home in a New Orleans style. However, they've run out of steam and ideas for their ultra-white kitchen. The design team sets out to transform the Zunigas' kitchen into the epitome of the French Quarter for less than $1,000.
Lisa and Brian Wards' home may seem conventional, but when it comes to their bedroom, they're looking for something a little more extravagant. They want a room that has a swanky, New Orleans Victorian feel. Interior designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, set out to take this space from bland to risqué, all for less than $1,000.
Kirsten Berman wants to transform her eclectic and chaotic bedroom into a peaceful space where she can relax and get a good night's sleep. She elicits the help of Design on a Dime to turn her ordinary bedroom into a sea of tranquility.
Renee Kische has a lot of collectibles from her travels but very little furniture. She has a passion for the Orient and loves to entertain guests but needs help in defining her style. Interior designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, helps this collector organize her life in a stylish way, all for under $1,000.
The Morneau's dining room doesn't exactly match the rest of their new home. Watch as the Lee Snijders, Summer Baltzer and Charles Burbridge transform the room that once had an entire wall covered with mirrors into a romantic French country dining area.
When Wayne Hegedus purchased his Craftsman home, he knew he had a lot of work ahead of him. He's spent a lot of time and effort restoring the majority of the house, but when it came to decorating his dining room, he was stumped. He loves to entertain and wants his dining room to be as refined as the food he serves. Designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, serves up an elegant space, all for $1,000.
Seven-year-old Sophia has to share a room with her two-year-old brother, Owen. Can Lee Snijders, Summer Baltzer and Charles Burbridge come up with a non-gender specific room that serves not only as a place to sleep but also a diverse playroom for two different age groups?
Paul and Jennifer Davidson purchased their home six months ago. They have spent a lot of time and effort renovating it, but have run out of ideas when it comes to the guest house. They would like to see the space become a functional home office where they can also house an overnight guest. Designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, set out to create a functional space that is still warm and comfortable for guests, all for $1,000.
Since their family is growing, Sid and Lori Lomeli have recently added onto their cramped home. However, this huge space is now empty and bland. The couple wants to add style, function and some cultural flair to their new living room.
This holiday season Melanie Patterson will be celebrating her first Christmas in her very own home with friends. She would love to have a retro-themed party that will reflect the '60s style of her home. Designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, transform this home for the holiday season.
Maria and Rudy Jimenez-Chacon's extended family gathers in their home each year at Christmas, and in true Mexican tradition, Maria and her mother cook tamales for the clan. Normally, they decorate with traditional Christmas colors and decorations, but this year they want to do something exciting with their bland white room. The Design on a Dime team creates the perfect space for holiday cheer with brilliant colors, bold design and a Christmas pinata.
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