Russian homeowners get help with a major overhaul of their chilly home. But will budget be an issue? Designers go with modern designs and sleek lines to make this once-cold facade a place that feels like home that doesn't break the bank.
Creative homeowners are in need of a creative home. The Curb Appeal designers take on the challenge and come up with some unique and funky ideas to make this once mundane facade really sparkle.
A 1950s raised ranch gets a colorful makeover that includes a front yard incorporating large landscape boxes, a terra-cotta stained driveway and new paint accents that help define the homes boxy shape.
A Victorian from the 1800s was transformed into a boring 1960s home. A designer experienced in restoring Victorians is enlisted to strip away the siding and bring back the home's original charm.
A 1950s style ranch is saddled with lavender paint, a dated door and a landscape full of rocks and dead trees. The designers want to change everything from the ground up.
A boring mid-century home just doesn't suit these fun-loving homeowners. A designer decides to bring out the homeowners' personalities by giving this home a funhouse makeover.
A 1930s Mediterranean gets more style when the homeowners and designers transform it into a European delight. With a little touch of color and some garden accents this place becomes a real dolce vita.
A typical two-story home goes from boring to stunning with the help of Curb Appeal. The homeowners love wine country and the designer is ready to bring a little of the winery feel to this home.
A modern house with no pizzazz goes from drab to fab. Homeowners and designer find common ground and work together to create something everyone can love.
A house that has been in the family for decades needs a little help with reconnecting with its heritage. With help from designers the homeowners update it with aspects that recall family history as well as their own personal style.
A drab house gets a much-needed makeover that reflects the Japanese heritage of the homeowners.
Design and landscape experts come to the aid of homeowners who want to update their 1950s colonial. With a lot of paint and other touches they create a modern look that reflects the owners' personalities and helps the house stand out among the neighbors.
This cottage-style house doesn't suit the personalities of the homeowners. A designer comes in to help the owners liven up the landscaping and punch up the drab paint colors to really make this place sparkle.
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