A colorful couple wants to bring some flavor to their plain vanilla house. Highlights include geometric shapes, bold colors and glass trim.
A couple wants to add some Bali-inspired design cues to their nondescript 1940s house.
Mark and Marina Anderson's home reminds them of a big red barn. They want to take this large corner home and create something inviting and personal. They turn to designer Mark Pellegrino to make it happen.
Ben and Abigayle Ferdon want to update their 1940s tract home with a classic cottage look.
New parents Kristin and Paul Penney love their art-deco Colonial home, theyre just a little confused about how to create a cohesive style.
Rob and Lillian Rieders have a design problem with their home. It's a boxy house, featuring two boxy garage doors, all sitting in a boxy yard.
The Reichling family wants to create a serene French provincial feeling in the front of their home.
Nora and Bob Clifford want to add some character to their plain, recently built home.
Megan and Sanford Marshall want to add some regal touches to their Tudor-style home.
Brothers want to kick up the style on their ordinary Craftsman home.
Homeowner Laurie Fried wants to remove a huge, ugly deck so she can enjoy the view of the woods.
An arts-and-crafts style home gets updated with some Far East flavor.
A 1900s bungalow gets a polished new look.
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