Homeowner Lenny Bell's second bedroom is currently doubling as an office and sitting area. He wants to turn it into a hip, jazzy lounge to match the style of his home, but he also still needs office space. The Design on a Dime team signs on to transform the room from cluttered to stylish with earth tones and sleek furniture.
Meredith Wilson and Chris DeZutter love the colorful decor of their home. However, their drab bedroom needs better lighting, more efficient storage and a place for their dogs, Bert and Mollie. With a vibrant yellow, a cool indoor doghouse and some hip shelving, the Design on a Dime team creates an elegant space filled with color and whimsy.
Sisters Crystal and Samantha Pierce share a three-bedroom apartment with friend Jonah Bitautas. They are ready to leave their college lifestyle behind and enter into adulthood. With a little help from the Design on a Dime team, they introduce sleek style to their shabby, stark living room, by way of modern Moroccan decor.
Bridget and Dan Carlson live in a stylish Chicago loft that is beautifully decorated, except for their hodgepodge bedroom. By using calming colors and coordinating furniture, the Design on a Dime team creates a peaceful retreat that reflects the couple's need for style and elegance.
Marya and Larry Fletcher have a baby on the way, but the nursery doesn't flow with the style of their home. Their newly finished bungalow is full of vintage charm, which they want to incorporate in the nursery's design. In addition, these motorcycle enthusiasts want the room to reflect their style by adding some cool biker accents.
Karina Teismann describes her style as artsy and funky, yet classy and refined. However, there is no evidence of such style in her bare and underutilized bedroom. The Design on a Dime team solves the dilemma with more color, showcasing her camera collection and creating an overall feminine feel.
For more than a year, Cathy Nieciecki has lived in a condo in the heart of Chicago. While her home has beautiful hardwood floors, lovely crown molding and a restored fireplace, the living room doesn't reflect her modern tastes. She's ready to re-face the space so it complements her new urban lifestyle.
Brothers Billy and Kevin Mayer are tired of their boring white bedroom. These preteen boys share a room and are ready to have their own areas in this space. In addition, it's time to have decor that will transition with them as they grow older.
Krina Patel's busy work schedule has hindered her from decorating her bedroom. While she's decorated the rest of her home according to her personal style and interests, the bedroom hasn't quite caught up to speed. She's ready to trade in the college furniture and lavender walls for a calm, serene refuge.
Two years ago, Gina and Justin Demes moved into a loft in Chicago. While they've decorated the rest of the home, they don't know what to do with their spare room. They're hoping the Design on a Dime team will have some creative ideas for turning the cluttered space into an organized, yet eclectic study.
Rachel and Kevin Moore have taken a minimalist approach to decorating their Chicago home. However, their small bedroom is bland and uninviting. Plus, storage is non-existent, and comfort is next to none. The Design on a Dime team aims to fire up the style, practicality and character of the space on a budget of $1,000.
New parents Tran Tran and Dejim Juang are longing for a place to escape and feel that their large master bathroom would be the perfect place for a hot tub once it's updated. The Design on a Dime team set out to create a soothing, spa-like retreat for the young couple on a budget of $1,000.
Kamilah Evans loves her colorful condo in Chicago's historic Bronzeville neighborhood, but she's unhappy with her boring home office. Host Brice Cooper signs on to transform the white walls and clutter into a boutique-inspired room with tons of color, class and fun.
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