Paige and Russell Six have spent a lot of time remodeling their home, but they ran out of energy when it came to their most used room--the kitchen. Their kitchen is the central hub of activity for the entire family, and they would like to see it become a more functional and industrial-looking space. Kristan Cunningham, Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson swing into action and give the Six family a transitional-style kitchen that is elegant and updated, all for less than $1,000.
Even though Jos and Joanne Purvis have a great view from their patio, it is lacking style and order. They want a peaceful place to relax with their morning paper and coffee. The design team of Lee Snijders, Charles Burbridge and Summer Baltzer work to create a comfortable outdoor room for under $1,000.
Susie Hillard is a talented young actress who has a knack for turning thrift-store finds into eclectic one-of-a-kind treasures. Her living room is adorned with these masterpieces, but when it comes to her bedroom, she is at a loss. The design team puts their heads together to give this young artist a funky, colorful room for less than $1,000.
Although toy designer Steve Linker has a great office, he feels the space is not being used to its full potential and doesn't highlight his creative talents. The Design on a Dime team intends to transform this cluttered room into a professional, sophisticated work area that showcases Linker's original artwork.
Cassy Nehring and Brett White were in search of a perfect house to start their family. Soon after they found the house, beautiful baby Elia arrived. They would love Elia's nursery to become a warm and inviting playroom where they can spend some quality family time. Kristan Cunningham, Spencer Anderson and Dave Sheinkopf put their heads together to give this new family a blissful nursery.
Diane Heppting needs to update her 4-year-old son's room. Still decorated as a nursery, it's time this space grew up a little. The Design on a Dime team sets out to create a vintage-train theme with room to grow.
Colleen Speer and Gerald Saavedra have lived in their home for over a year and are still at odds when it comes to decorating their bedroom. They spend a lot of time in the room reading and relaxing, and they are ready to dress it up. Interior designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, comes up with a plan to give this warring couple a soothing and relaxing room, all for less than $1,000.
Andrea Duran and Brandon Patin have recently moved in together and are having a hard time meshing Brandon's masculine furniture with Andrea's feminine influence. Designer Lee Snijders, along with design coordinators Summer Baltzer and Charles Burbridge, will add a little femininity and a lot of chic Las Vegas flair to the flavorless bedroom.
Noa Zell is a smart fourth-grader who knows exactly what she likes, and right now her bedroom is definitely not on the list. Noa loves to play with her sisters and have friends spend the night, but finds her space to be very dull. Interior designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, come up with a plan to give this energetic and bright girl a room to match her personality, all for less than $1,000.
Mary Wilson loves her new home, but the basement is stuck in the '70s. She wants to update it and turn it into a bedroom for her son, Mike. They envision a cool sports-themed lounge, complete with oversize beanbags and plenty of storage. The Design on a Dime team signs on to give him the room he's always wanted.
Recently married, Maria Schweitzer has found that doing arts and crafts has been a fun and creative way of keeping active with her new stepchildren. Unfortunately, the craft room is lacking any kind of style. Schweitzer wants a vibrant and festive room that will spark the imaginations of her new family. Interior designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, come up with a plan to turn this dull craft room into a work of art, all for less than $1,000.
No matter how small the space, there's always room for creativity. A little room gets a big makeover as the design team transforms a tiny studio apartment into a luxurious place to call home.
Homeowners Carmen and Tony Villalobos have expressed a multicultural flair throughout their home but got completely lost when it came to their master bedroom. They dream of having a bedroom that is as well traveled as the rest of the house. Designer Kristan Cunningham, along with design coordinators Dave Sheinkopf and Spencer Anderson, transform bland and boring into a warm Mediterranean villa, all for $1,000.
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