Season 16, Episode 4

Worn out Great Room becomes rustic chic

Fran and Jeff never imagined that they'd be raising their family in a log cabin. But when they found the rustic house on the edge of the ravine, they knew they were home. The location suits their outdoor lifestyle because when they can't get away, they can head into the ravine to the hiking and biking trails that weave throughout the city. But the inside of the house isn't working out quite so well. With changes and additions over the years what's evolved is a real mish mash of styles. They have a Great Room with soaring ceilings, a spectacular stone fireplace, lots of wood paneling, and super tall windows. But, all that good news makes for huge challenges in making the large space functional. It's surprisingly dark, hard to organize, there's no storage, and furniture that's seen better days. This room can't really figure out what era it belongs to - and the only real light in the space is a huge wagon wheel fixture, that's screaming wild, wild west. And that has Fran and Jeff looking to Candice for a space that's a bright and beautiful place to start and end each day.
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