The Weeks family is looking for a recipe that will make them use their dining room. Host Carter Oosterhouse and his team cook up a new space that features a one-of-a-kind dining table, a repurposed dining buffet and a much-needed room divider that includes additional storage.
Kathryn Balogun wants a new chapter in her life, and she wants to start with a new den. Host Carter Oosterhouse transforms a tired room in her home into a sanctuary with refinished floors, a rustic daybed, a new desk, rich colors and artwork that pave the way for new beginnings.
The Anderegg family has tried to live with their outdated kitchen, but it needs more work than they're able to do. Host Carter Oosterhouse infuses style and historic elements throughout the room, creating an homage to the past that also fits a modern lifestyle.
When the Pifko and Moline families blended, they soon found themselves in need of a space that they could enjoy together. Host Carter Oosterhouse breathes new life into their cold living room with custom media and game areas, a revamped fireplace and loads of color that make a room that works for all of them.
Joel and Kori ran out of steam when redoing their home and need host Carter Oosterhouse's help on their bedroom. He designs a space that's unique, modern and stylish including a platform bed, a full-room up-lit headboard, dramatic art and color and a custom media closet.
The Anthonys thought that they could recreate a Hawaiian resort paradise in their backyard. After four of five attempts to complete the project, it's still an unused patio surrounded by a pile of dirt. Host Carter Oosterhouse helps them create an outdoor oasis complete with cedar pergola and furniture, a grilling station, a water feature and a fully-sodded and planted Hawaiian-style landscape.
The Bluesteins' living room is lifeless and far from relaxing. They want old-world style and comfort, and host Carter Oosterhouse delivers with a hammered copper fireplace and reclaimed lumber furniture that gives their living room a whole new life.
Jason and Jane Lee ask Carter Oosterhouse and his team for ideas on turning their poorly planned upstairs loft into a multi-functional family space free of any harmful toxins. Carter gives them a wall-to-wall, eco-friendly update using green woods and paints and new storage, seating and work space full of life, style and family charm.
The Frisby's have a bland and awkward master bedroom that's crying out for help. Host Carter Oosterhouse and his team create a retreat for two with strong color, a custom bed and headboard, unique side tables and a one-of-a-kind entertainment unit with an eco-friendly fireplace.
Roommates Angelita Bao and Kari Noche love to entertain but avoid using their broken kitchen. Host Carter Oosterhouse gives them a kitchen with a contemporary vibe with organic bamboo cabinetry, eco-friendly counters and floors, new appliances, lighting and tons of storage, creating a kitchen any cook would love to use.
Mark Valbuena wants his living room to be the perfect place where he and his girlfriend Breanne can hang out. Host Carter Oosterhouse and his team give them a contemporary space centered on a focal point mantle, vibrant colors, a three-dimensional wall treatment and new furniture. The room is finished with a surprise that Mark has up his sleeve.
Host Carter Oosterhouse and guest designer Genevieve Gorder transform a room that has to serve as both daytime office and nighttime dining room. Infusing farmhouse style, they complete the room with a reclaimed wood table, an oversized secretary-style desk that closes when not in use, rich wood tones and elegant accents.
Host Carter Oosterhouse and his team transform the Garrett's bland bathroom which lacked a tub and a shower. Befitting a resort spa, the new bathroom has a soaking tub surrounded by teak and topped with soapstone, a vanity with the same teak and stone treatment and a luxurious tiled shower.
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