Corey and Mike Shaw's downtown San Francisco loft is simply styled and very beige. What they want is a style they call ''LA modern chic''. With host David Bromstad's help, the loft comes alive with sumptuous colors, chandeliers and touches of animal skins and prints, all set amongst an eclectic mix of distinctive modern furniture.
Diane and Russell Narahara want a peaceful oasis in the great room of their suburban home. Host David Bromstad helps them invoke a bit of Mediterranean-style charm mixed with modern updates.
Don and Aimee Rock's living and dining room is bleak and lacks warmth. Additionally, the room has a very standard looking fireplace that they'd like to see become more of a feature. Host David Bromstad reveals a contemporary design plan with a dramatic fireplace as the focal point.
Kevin and Amy Brandon feel claustrophobic and gloomy in their living and dining room, and the lack of color is down right depressing. Host David Bromstad devises a vibrant and organized space for them with a bit of beach cottage flavor.
Genevieve and Jim Burch's bedroom has plenty of beautiful architectural elements, but all the white is doing nothing to create romance. Designer David Bromstad brings in lush fabrics, a cool color palette and a collection of unique antique finds.
Hector and Angelica Perez's home is a mid-century modern marvel, so they want host David Bromstad to embrace the home's architecture and give them a sophisticated new living room with classic Danish modern touches.
Carla and Tony Wick's dining room feels more like a hallway than a space to host dinner parties. By selecting classic furniture and adding upscale touches like linen wall treatments and beautiful chandeliers, designer David Bromstad takes their dining room from so-so to sophisticated.
Lydia and Eddie Van Nostrand have decided to transform their large living room into a dining room. They have an eclectic style and love elements inspired by nature, and they've asked designer David Bromstad to help them achieve the perfect look.
Misty and Elmer Dispo are tired of their pink master bedroom, so designer David Bromstad transforms it with high-end touches found in a modern five-star hotel suite.
Andre Sharp and Albert Jones just bought a classic San Francisco Victorian. They want to meld together the home's charming architecture with their love of modern design and have turned to designer David Bromstad to create a one-of-a-kind combination.
Joshua Morgan and Tony Sanaikone's den is dark, cold and unwelcoming. With designer David Bromstad's help, they are given a yacht club-inspired space appropriate for a cocktail party but also comfortable enough for everyday living.
Patty Dingle's industrial San Francisco kitchen is about as boring as they come. She wants it to feel artsy and gallery-like, which host David Bromstad accomplishes by bringing in natural materials and organic elements.
Jane and Mark Angelich want to transform their lackluster suburban pool and patio area into a space reminiscent of fabulous Las Vegas hotels, and they've asked host David Bromstad to dive right into the project.
Season 4 Starts Jan. 20!