A family is on a mission to spruce up the front of their home by replacing rusting fixtures and rotting wood.
A couple wants to enhance the Gallic themes of their 1930s home.
A couple wants to strip away non-traditional elements from their 1920s Craftsman-style home.
A bland home gets a British-inspired makeover with a cupola, shutters and window boxes.
Newlyweds debate incorporating Elvis influences into a makeover of their home's facade and landscaping.
Designer Michael Loftis helps a couple jazz up their tract-style ranch and turn it into a contemporary showplace.
Designer Tom Leach helps homeowners Heidi and Brian Brecht bring their drab 1950s up to date with a fresh new face.
Homeowners Nicky and Tom Murphy have hated their house since the day they bought it, but they loved the location and the views. Right now it looks like a cheap motel, right down to the metal and concrete steps and long, skinny balcony. Landscaping is non-existent and the whole thing just looks dated and drab. Designer Kimberly Rider turns this mess around with a new front porch, landscaping and other touches.
Alisa and Mike Ikeda are tired of having a front yard full of weeds and dirt. Their house is completely covered thanks to two large fruit trees, and there is just no real style. Designer Will Wick turns this ruin around with a rustic country hotel makeover.
The Wilkofs just moved into a two-story traditional brick house. It looks nice but needs to be dressed up with personal touches for their family. Designer Zondra Barricks specializes in high-end classic touches with a twist.
Homeowner Frank Pelzer works with designers Daniel Owens and Kem Thelig to bring some East Coast style to his 1950s beach cottage.
Randi Patten is a single mom with a huge desire to update the front of her 1960s home. Cool cottage updates with a modern twist give new life to this neglected ranch. Designer Nancy Freed and landscape designer Jane Mercer have two decades worth of ideas for this house.
Michelle Hsu and Brendon DeSimone share one house but have two different addresses. They are tenants-in-common living in a four-story row house. The house looks old and outdated on this very modern street and they want to update it. Doyle McCullar has some ideas that will make their house look modern yet unique.
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