Homeowners Willy Aroca and Karen Marki's garage is full of old furniture and interesting antiques they've collected from flea markets including empty wooden wine boxes, an old stove and an old pie safe. They've always wanted an outdoor space to cook and entertain in so designer Karen McAloon turns this cluttered garage into a beautiful indoor/outdoor Provencal eating area equipped with a mobile stove!
Homeowners Chris and Terisa Whitted's boys, Peyton and Blair, have outgrown their cramped room filled with baby artifacts and toys. With help from designer Karen McAloon and the Design Remix team, they give this room an interplanetary remix. With hanging asteroids, a custom rocket lamp and a new space-saving desk, the room is transformed from ordinary to a fun, outer space place.
Tim and Cathy Oshima want to kick the '70s out of their kitchen and dining area to bring in the new century. Inspired by the oriental furnishings they already own, designer Karen McAloon and the team look to the Far East for ideas. They come up with an Asian-themed room that reflects the couple's contemporary style.
Lilly Stamets' living room/office is used only as a thoroughfare to the kitchen. She wants to use the room more by creating an inviting atmosphere where family and friends can relax. A family yacht business sign and rich coral fabrics inspire designer Karen McAloon to give the room a contemporary coastal style.
Homeowners Roger and Karen Douglas have outgrown their country bedroom style. Host Karen McAloon likes the high ceilings and accentuates them by installing plush window coverings from floor to ceiling. Roger and Karen would love to do something about the highly visible bathroom attached to their bedroom.
Homeowners John and Jane Coleman have a living room that looks like a storage unit. Host Karen McAloon sees to it that all the clutter is removed and unused items including an old prison guard's locker is remixed into an entertainment center and spare fabric becomes breathtaking window dressings.
Carolyn and John Parodi's bedroom is filled with too much stuff and is painted a cold icy blue. The Parodis want to see the room reflect their love of travel, but don't want to spend any money. Designer Karen McAloon and the Design Remix team come to the retreat rescue. By using the things they already own and some elbow grease, they transform the room from cold and cluttered into a warm and inviting vacation retreat.
Jennifer Durban and her roommate, Margaret Woolieves, have a dull living room that doesn't reflect their kitschy style. They don't enjoy hanging out in the space and crave a room where they can have some fun. After discovering their snow globe collection and an electric bonsai tree, designer Karen McAloon decides to turn this place into a hip '60s living room.
Homeowners Kim Fellows-Peake and Matt Peake are bored with their dingy red dinning room. With help from designer Karen McAloon, they take inspiration from the square dining table with a circular glass center and go with an earthy/modern theme that makes their neighbors green with envy.
Homeowner Jeannine Wilson's children have taken over her living room by filling it with toys and playhouse. Even though she's a clothing designer, she admits her family room has no style. Host Karen McAloon tackles the blandness of the room by painting accent stripes on the walls and creating a cozy, inviting conversational area.
Newlyweds Cindy and Dan Ciruli are struggling with how to decorate their party room. Host Karen McAloon and the Design Remix team transform this bland room by painting the refrigerator red, cutting holes in walls and painting vertical stripes on walls.
Homeowners Tess and Steve Brigham are tired of having their home feel like college housing. Host Karen McAloon and the Design Remix team create an inviting living room with warm oranges and yellows and custom art using photos of the couple's dog, Rocco.
Host Karen McAloon incorporates an urban recording studio design into music lovers Sarah Marcus and Jim Hoffman's home office. The Design Remix team paints the room apple green, transforms an old bookshelf into a modern black CD case and adds concert posters to the bare walls.
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