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Saturday, Apr 25

7:00
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Episode 207

The Mennen family's bathroom was big and blah. Dull earth tones with a tub too big for the space didn't match the young, fresh feel this couple deserves to have. Tossing out the tub and adding storage in a smart way makes this room feel larger than it is. Stone shower tile transitions into an all-natural chocolate cork floor. Add "floating" vanities with some amazing hidden organization pieces, chrome fixtures and a heated towel rack, and you have one bold bathroom.

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7:30
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Episode 303

Matt and his crew are crashing a master bath that's stuck in the '80s. The result? A modern, usable space with custom accents throughout. To start this makeover off, Matt brings in a massive handcrafted concrete countertop with an integrated sink that'll top a red oak vanity, with a matching custom makeup vanity and an oak-wrapped pony wall. Plus, the old linoleum sticker flooring gets an eco-friendly upgrade -- a floating, click-together marmoleum floor that's so earth-friendly you can actually eat it!

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8:00
AM
Episode 1002F

A small basement bath takes on a pleasing decadence by first expanding into the laundry-utility room. That makes the space big enough to handle a deep, jetted, soaker tub right next to a huge walk in shower with a simulated wood wall and big shower bench. A unique shelf system made with belts provides space to place sundry bath items in the wet areas. Across the room a long vanity floats off the wall with rectangular vessel sinks and is topped with a large mirror that features built in storage. There's also a separate make-up/vanity area for her and a cozy bench nook where one can sit and catch the news or sports on a built-in TV over a cup o' joe or wine. The ceiling features a conversation piece art sculpture made from wooden tubes of varied diameters and lengths. Vinyl plank flooring simulating wood is easy on the feet and eyes and makes for easy clean-up too.

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8:30
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Episode 1005F

A bathroom better described as a powder room becomes a huge master bedroom spa. It starts with his and her vanities that are sleek furniture pieces that feature drawers that can be compartmentalized in a variety of ways for storage. There's also a lap drawer to extend her vanity into a separate make-up area; and both feature shelves with electrical hookups to keep things tidy. A deep, oval soaking tub sits atop a herringbone wood floor. Nearby is the large walk-in shower with large faux Carrera marble tile and a convenient bench. The plumbing fixtures are all a sleek, brushed gold finish, with the sink fixtures emerging from a large mirror above both vanities. A private water closet features a separate sink, and a large closet system gives the homeowners plenty of storage for linens and clothes. Crown molding encases the entire new space, finished off with a cozy, ethanol-burning fireplace on the tub wall, which also shows off aesthetic sconce candle lighting done as a DIY project.

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9:00
AM
Episode 413

Picking up her West Coast life Fran moved to the Boston suburb of Norwood so her husband Tim could be close to his ailing mother. When it came time for them to sell Tim's family home, they opted to look for a place to buy in the same close knit neighborhood. Fran wants to find a house that's move-in-ready, and reminds her of her California upbringing. She prefers ranch style homes with lots of light and little renovation. Tim is adamant about buying a Cape Cod since that is what he grew up in, and is eager to take on a fixer-upper. With conflicting wish lists and a tight first-time buyers budget, finding a house that meets both their standards is quite a challenge. Once they find a place, staying on budget proves to be difficult as electrical and plumbing issues unexpectedly drain their funds. While money may be tight, they agree that hiring designer Elizabeth Benedict to blend their styles together is a smart decision if they want to get the kitchen of their dreams. As the kitchen progresses, Tim takes on renovating the master bathroom himself, infusing the space with a Cape Cod style. Watch as this fun-loving, competitive couple fight the odds to get their new home finished.

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10:00
AM
Episode 505

Rachael and Ryan are ready to start a family, so they need to get out of their cramped 900 square foot rental and into their first home. They both want to stay near the Santa Monica, California coastline, but the area's expenisve real estate market is making finding an affordable place a real challenge. To lower costs Ryan is willing to tackle a true fixer-upper and handle renovations himself, but the idea of taking on so much work as first-time homeowners makes Rachael a little nervous. Adding to their home-search difficulties is their opposing criteria; he'd like to find a home with a rental unit for extra income, where she prefers a single-family home. With contrasting wish lists their real estate broker Toni Patillo has quite the task in finding them a home that fits all their needs, but as renovation begins, they may discover they've taken on more than they can handle. Even with help from designer Bridgid Coulter and contractor Boaz Siton, they'll run into problem after problem. But after all the termite issues, sewer line problems, and structural issues come to an end, Rachael and Ryan will wind up with the spacious kitchen and relaxing master suite of their dreams.

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11:00
AM
Episode 101

Keith plans to flip a 917 square foot, two bedroom, one bath bungalow in a fast growing neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. Because the house was built in 1920, the home has small rooms and limited living space compared to modern homes in the area.

12:00
PM
Episode 508

Jason, Eleiza and their young daughter Lily have moved all over the world for his career as a physics professor, but they're ready to set down roots and buy their first home near his current job in the Hartford, Connecticut area. They both want a Cape Cod style home with at least three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, and space for a home office for Eleiza's political consulting career. But he wants a more rural place close to his job that will shorten his commute and she wants a place near shops and restaurants. And they both want a home that uses very little plastic and instead features natural elements like stone and wood. Their combined wish list creates quite a challenge for their real estate agent Lisa Ogren as she lines up houses throughout the Hartford area. After finally agreeing on a home, Jason and Eleiza launch into their projects, including gutting the kitchen to bring in organic materials like granite and bamboo. Everything from unexpected structural issues to over sized doors will delay their progress, but in the end, with help from designer Lorey Cavanaugh and contractor Mike Shelto, they create a beautiful, natural home that their family can enjoy for years to come.

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1:00
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Episode 506

Eric, Dana, and their young son have outgrown their Simi Valley, CA condo. They are ready to buy a single-family home, and are targeting ranch-style places near their condo. While Eric wants a rugged Craftsman look on the inside, Dana is more traditional and clean-lined. They have a budget of up to $525,000 to spend, and are open to making improvements to the space. With the help of family friend and real estate agent Karen Betacourt, they see several ranch style homes to consider. Once they choose a place, they waste no time making updates, tackling the kitchen, master bedroom, dining room, and living rooms- all ambitious updates for their $33,000 renovation budget. With Eric on a work trip to Europe during part of the renovation, Dana is left in charge and takes it upon herself to update even more rooms in him absence. While they experience the ups and downs of renovation, after nearly six weeks of hard work, the effort pays off and then can now enjoy their new home.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1004

Before they purchased this 1800 square foot home in an affluent neighborhood, Trish and Brian owned the house right next door, where they did a massive renovation for a very good reason--Brian has limited hearing and eyesight. When mother nature through them a curve with a new baby, the renovated house no longer fit, and the new house next door has too many walls with too many obstacles for Brian to function safely. Trish has a long list of complaints about their home but Brian thinks their current house can be transformed to a safer place for him. Coming to survey their urgent needs are Designer Hilary and Realtor David, each determined to provide the solution for the plague of problems in this house. Hilary and her team plan to create a safe and functional environment for Brian, while David plans to find an open home that will work for the whole family. Desperate for a safe, bright, and functional home that works for everyone, Trish and Brian will have to decide if they can love their home again, or will they list it?

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3:00
PM
Episode 1108

Professors Dwayne and Hong-An bought this century old home in their twenties. After being on again, off again for over a decade, the duo patched up their relationship but has not been able to mend the issues of their house. Dwayne is tired of the constant to do list and is ready to find a home to raise their daughter, while Hong-An is not ready to part with all their memories. Will David find them a family ready home without the to do list or will Hilary make them fall in love all over again by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?

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4:00
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Episode 1106

Beauty expert Shana and amateur racecar driver Jeremy got married and traded in their downtown condo for a 2,300 square foot rural home. While Jeremy loves the land and roomy garage fit for his racecar, Shana is not so happy in this country cottage. Desperate for a home that combines urban functionality for Shana and car ready space for Jeremy the couple will have to decide, can they love this home again, or will they list it?

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5:00
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Episode 1102

Jamie and Greg spent two years searching for their dream home. Now caring for two kids, stay at home dad Greg has had it with the home's lack of function. Jamie on the other hand doesn't think they have time to invest in finding a home as good as their current bungalow. Will realtor David find them a family ready home that gives them family sized function without the headaches, or will designer Hilary make daily life immeasurably easier by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?

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6:00
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Episode 1013

While Trevor was out of town, Janice bought, what she felt was a fairy tale home, but with storage, space and height issues, this house has Trevor ready to leave behind. Both Designer Hilary and Realtor David hope to solve these homeowners' issues. Desperate to be free of a cramped, crowded home, Janice and Trevor will have to ask themselves if they can love their home again, or should they list it?

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7:00
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Episode 1107

It was an American dream come true for Josmell who was the first in his family to purchase a home after emigrating from Peru. He loves their cozy townhouse while his wife, Carla believes their family's future should include relocating to a much larger house! With the arrival of their daughter, Carla felt the walls of their cramped townhouse closing in and believes that there is nowhere to grow, but out! Josmell is determined to make the house work for their growing family. Will David find them a family ready home with enough space to stretch out or will Hilary expand their outlook by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces.

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8:00
PM
Episode HPBRS-609H

Married and eager to start a family, Nicole and Colby are hoping to find a picture-perfect dog-friendly home where they can put down roots. And in the meantime, they're squatting at a friend's place increasingly concerned they may never find a property of their own. In order to get the couple into their preferred neighborhood, Drew and Jonathan start by convincing them to buy and renovate a fixer-upper. Even with expert guidance, the house hunt takes longer than expected, and Nicole is determined to hold out for a home that feels loved. Later, Jonathan must deal with a laundry list of nasty surprises, and a collapsing ceiling is just the beginning.

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9:00
PM
Episode 612

A full-time teacher, student, and single mom, Dionna dreams of providing the best home possible for her young son. They've definitely outgrown her tiny apartment. And now with her stylish best friend along for the ride, Dionna is determined to track down a budget-friendly dream home that's fit for a queen and her prince. Drew and Jonathan's first order of business is to reconcile Dionna's blinged-out wish list with her modest budget, but she's not quite ready to give up on her big dreams. A looted luxury home catches her eye, but the property comes with a roller coaster ride of surprises. And once Jonathan gets started on a major makeover, he's got to hustle to keep the project on time and on budget.

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10:00
PM
Episode 102

Follow this adventure seeking couple as they leave the bustling city of San Francisco behind and explore the exclusive Lake Tahoe log cabin real estate market. With a long list of wants and needs, they've been looking for the perfect log home for two years. Will they ever find a home? Find out what kind of log cabin a budget of $600,000 can buy you in Lake Tahoe, California.

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10:30
PM
Episode 103

Justin and Leah are head over heels in love with each other and the outdoor lifestyle they both enjoy. After relocating from sun-kissed Hawaii, they're ready to put roots down where they first fell in love with the great outdoors: Iowa. Here in America's heartland, the search begins for a log cabin base camp for their next great adventures, but finding the perfect cabin in Iowa is no picnic. It's going to take every ounce of patience and determination they have to see their dreams become reality.

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11:00
PM
Episode 108

Adam and Rhonni are an extreme sports loving couple who ski, bike, and hike their way through every season of the year in Vail, Colorado. Now, they're looking to update from their "ski bum" lifestyle to settle down in a permanent home in the Vail Valley. But affordable, modern, single family homes that satisfy everything on their wish list are proving hard to come by in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country. Will they be forced to settle, raise their budget, or get creative to strike gold in these hills?

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11:30
PM
Episode 109

First time homebuyers, Travis and Kirsten Williams, are dreaming of buying their own log cabin in New Hampshires's Lakes Region. They want a rustic three bedroom cabin with a fireplace, garage, and acreage, but their strict budget of $215,000 pits husband against wife. She wants wood floors, and he wants carpet. Will they ever agree on a home?

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12:00
AM
Episode 612

A full-time teacher, student, and single mom, Dionna dreams of providing the best home possible for her young son. They've definitely outgrown her tiny apartment. And now with her stylish best friend along for the ride, Dionna is determined to track down a budget-friendly dream home that's fit for a queen and her prince. Drew and Jonathan's first order of business is to reconcile Dionna's blinged-out wish list with her modest budget, but she's not quite ready to give up on her big dreams. A looted luxury home catches her eye, but the property comes with a roller coaster ride of surprises. And once Jonathan gets started on a major makeover, he's got to hustle to keep the project on time and on budget.

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1:00
AM
Episode 102

Follow this adventure seeking couple as they leave the bustling city of San Francisco behind and explore the exclusive Lake Tahoe log cabin real estate market. With a long list of wants and needs, they've been looking for the perfect log home for two years. Will they ever find a home? Find out what kind of log cabin a budget of $600,000 can buy you in Lake Tahoe, California.

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1:30
AM
Episode 103

Justin and Leah are head over heels in love with each other and the outdoor lifestyle they both enjoy. After relocating from sun-kissed Hawaii, they're ready to put roots down where they first fell in love with the great outdoors: Iowa. Here in America's heartland, the search begins for a log cabin base camp for their next great adventures, but finding the perfect cabin in Iowa is no picnic. It's going to take every ounce of patience and determination they have to see their dreams become reality.

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2:00
AM
Episode 108

Adam and Rhonni are an extreme sports loving couple who ski, bike, and hike their way through every season of the year in Vail, Colorado. Now, they're looking to update from their "ski bum" lifestyle to settle down in a permanent home in the Vail Valley. But affordable, modern, single family homes that satisfy everything on their wish list are proving hard to come by in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country. Will they be forced to settle, raise their budget, or get creative to strike gold in these hills?

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2:30
AM
Episode 109

First time homebuyers, Travis and Kirsten Williams, are dreaming of buying their own log cabin in New Hampshires's Lakes Region. They want a rustic three bedroom cabin with a fireplace, garage, and acreage, but their strict budget of $215,000 pits husband against wife. She wants wood floors, and he wants carpet. Will they ever agree on a home?

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3:00
AM
Episode HPBRS-609H

Married and eager to start a family, Nicole and Colby are hoping to find a picture-perfect dog-friendly home where they can put down roots. And in the meantime, they're squatting at a friend's place increasingly concerned they may never find a property of their own. In order to get the couple into their preferred neighborhood, Drew and Jonathan start by convincing them to buy and renovate a fixer-upper. Even with expert guidance, the house hunt takes longer than expected, and Nicole is determined to hold out for a home that feels loved. Later, Jonathan must deal with a laundry list of nasty surprises, and a collapsing ceiling is just the beginning.

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