Homeowners Jason and Alyssa's living room is overrun with toys. Host Stephanie Lydecker calls in designer Cy Winship to go bold on a budget and up the cool quotient for these busy parents. Meanwhile, a bland apartment is given cozy style in preparation for a new baby.
Homeowner Leslie is a busy single mom with no time decorate. Host Stephanie Lydecker calls in designer Matt Muenster to transform her master bedroom from stark and boring to cozy and comfortable. Meanwhile, a high-rise apartment in New York City regains its harmony and style.
Homeowners Jonathan and Jordana are busy parents who need a peaceful place to escape. Host Stephanie Lydecker calls in designer Cy Winship to give them a retreat that's more soothing than the rest of their lives. And in New York City, a brownstone regains its flow and function thanks to a little freestyle.
Homeowner Scott is a true do-it-yourselfer. But when it comes to design, he needs a little help. Host Stephanie Lydecker calls in designer Kelli Kaufer to lend a hand in transforming Scott's living room with contemporary style. And in New York, a crowded living, dining, and work area gets a fashionable and functional new look.
Designer Lisa Aharam brings life to Neal and Christina's loft with a bold splash of color on the walls, an upholstered desk and tiled tabletops. And in Atlanta, a no-cost design updates a living room to fabulous and feminine for free.
Homeowners Sarah and Dave have a growing family in need of a fabulous yet functional living room. Host Stephanie Lydecker calls in designer Angela Pederson to add calming colors, beautiful botanicals and a bookcase turned coat closet. And in Atlanta, a living room that has the blues gets a whole new look for no money at all.
Designer Michele Eich provides newlyweds Katherine and Mark with a bedroom layered in blues and including a his-and-hers vanity wall. Meanwhile, an Atlanta bachelor steps out of his design comfort zone and adds color to his condo.
Homeowners Stacy and CJ have a large living room with design challenges. Host Stephanie Lydecker calls in designer Tamatha Miller to divide up the room into zones, warm it up with color and give its dated fireplace a modern facelift.
Brave homeowner Alexis is ready to take a design risk, so host Stephanie Lydecker asks designer Matt Muenster to give her dull dining room a daring makeover. From a painted ceiling to an armoire turned bar, Alexis gets a bold change. And in San Francisco, a California craftsman gets soft edges and a new look.
Homeowners Steve and Melanie have a lower level in their home that's in need of an upscale look. Host Stephanie Lydecker asks designer Cory O'Neill to liven things up with a granite bar, copper art and custom framing. Plus, in California, a room that has too much of everything gets a no-cost makeover.
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