Jose and Nicole love the look of their 1930's Spanish style home from the outside. The inside is a different story. Their living room is a hodgepodge of 60's style with a dysfunctional layout. And let's not even talk about the furniture. Designer Genevieve Gorder arrives with her team, ready to fix their layout woes. She also has a plan for bringing their Spanish style inside with a unique stucco fireplace. And, she's figured out a way to create separate spaces within the room by incorporating colorful reupholstered furniture and a custom built-in unit.
New homeowners Ryan and Kara love their quaint Connecticut cottage home, but their favorite part of their new purchase is the 100-year-old train caboose that lives in their backyard! They love the charm of the caboose, but its interior space is a smelly, moldy mess that's decorated in a 70's arts and crafts style. Their new home is small, so they really need to utilize the caboose as an extra room, but they have no idea how to make it happen.
After renovating every room in their 1920's home Tony and Mary have yet to redesign their master bedroom. It has the charm of an older home but suffers from a serious lack of storage and style. Designer Genevieve Gorder knows all about solving storage woes, so she develops some semi-custom units to help with the problem. A custom organizer brings order to the closet and the soothing color palette she uses relaxes the space. But Gen always has some surprises up her sleeve and this bedroom is no exception!
Jonathan and Maria are nearly finished renovating their 90-year-old home, but they have no idea how to tackle the largest hurdle: their super tiny, completely dysfunctional kitchen. Designer Genevieve Gorder lives in New York City, so she knows all about small spaces. She comes up with a new layout, giving the kitchen a great flow. Then she injects some modern style to the space with a great color palette that makes the room feel larger.
Carpenter Mike Aesif and his girlfriend Jaime are awaiting the arrival of their first child. Unfortunately, as Genevieve's carpenter, Mike spends most of his time bringing her designs to life. That means the baby nursery has been put on the back burner, much to the chagrin of his girlfriend. With the baby's due date fast approaching, designer Genevieve Gorder and the rest of the Dear Genevieve team are coming in to help out their co-worker. Gen comes up with a beautiful design, adding custom touches and comfy cozy elements to make the nursery a room that both baby and mom can enjoy.
Recently divorced Deborah and her three daughters are starting a new life together in a new house, but their dated living room is bringing the family down. Designer Genevieve Gorder sets out to revamp the space with a new layout, a surprisingly yellow supersized ottoman, traditional chairs recovered in graphic fabrics, and a few special art vignettes to really make the room feel like home. Genevieve commissions a portrait of Deborah as a centerpiece for the updated living room.
Bill & Fannie are in love with their first home, but its large living dining area is lacking flow, storage, and style. Designer Genevieve Gorder arrives to take their give their room both definition and flow, while fusing the room with functional storage and contemporary Asian style.
After 2 years of marriage and promises of redesign, Joy & Richard's living room is still a tired, bare and style-less space, that doesn't reflect their fun youthful personalities. Designer Genevieve Gorder arrives to take their living room from grandma non-chic, to a relaxed & elegant room, through layering textures & neutral colors, adding a fresh layout, and marrying contemporary and traditional elements, to make both husband and wife feel at home.
SUPER FAN STEPHANIE IS GETTING THE SURPRISE OF A LIFETIME WHEN GENEVIEVE DROPS IN ON HER AND HER HUBBY, BRETT, TO SOLVE THEIR DESIGN DILEMMA. READY TO TACKLE THIS FAMILY'S DRAB LIVING AND DINING ROOMS, GEN HAS AN UNEXPECTED CHALLENGE TO TAKE ON-STEPHANIE'S CONTROL ISSUES! ALTHOUGH THIS IS WHAT SHE HAS DREAMED OF ALL ALONG, WILL STEPHANIE BE ABLE TO DEAL WITH THE REALITY OF HAVING TO HAND OVER THE DESIGN REIGNS?
KAMLA IS TRYING TO COME INTO HER OWN BY REDOING HER SMALL STUDIO KITCHEN THAT IS INCONVENIENT, OUTDATED AND JUST PLAIN UGLY. WITH ONLY $10,000 TO WORK WITH, GENEVIEVE HAS TO MAKE THIS KITCHEN POP WITHOUT BURSTING THE BUDGET.
OVER 10 YEARS OF SAVING AND $50,000 LATER, THE MINELLA'S LONG AWAITED MASTER BATH IS BECOMING A REALITY. GENEVIEVE STEPS IN TO TAKE THEIR 70'S ERA RELIC INTO THIS CENTURY, BUT WHEN A COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN TURNS CONSTRUCTION ON ITS HEAD, WILL SHE BE ABLE TO REVIVE THEIR DREAM ROOM?
Jin is a successful single with a high-end studio that has tons of potential. He's called upon Genevieve to create a pad that is laid-back enough for hanging with the guys but sophisticated enough to impress all the ladies.
LUCY CALLS UPON GENEVIEVE TO GIVE HER A LUXE LIBRARY SO SHE CAN WORK FROM HOME IN STYLE. ALTHOUGH GEN TRIES HER BEST TO CATER TO LUCY'S EVERY WHIM, NOTHING SEEMS TO MAKE HER HAPPY. WILL GEN HAVE TO GO TOE TO TOE WITH THIS POWERHOUSE TO SHOW HER THAT DESIGNER KNOWS BEST?
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