Drew and Naz have a great looking home except for one glaring exception: their master bedroom. It is the one room that has been completely ignored. The room boasts great details like a fireplace, French doors to a balcony, a walk-in closet, lots of light and the best cozy nook you could ask for. Unfortunately, it has become a storage zone with no real personality or flavor. They want the room to be a retreat where they can reconnect as a couple as well as a family friendly space where they can relax with the kids.On a small budget, Casey and Joel are going to create a warm and elegant master suite that is child friendly. Their idea is to remake this room into a cozy, luxurious enclave that it was always meant to be: highlighting the nook in the corner as a place of respite, maximizing the amount of light that comes through the French doors, and accenting with rich paint colors and furniture pieces. This master suite will become a room with a rustic modern style with Middle Eastern flavor tossed in.
Will and Lisa moved into their cottage style fixer upper and have lovingly redone every room in the house except for the living room. The living room is a gloomy, drab disaster that needed a pick-me up. The wood paneling, dark furniture and dark curtains give the room a cave-like feel. Both Lisa and Will love the size of the room and the vaulted ceilings, but they are deeply dissatisfied with the room's current decor. They want to bring the bright and cheerful look of their kitchen into the living room and make it a welcoming space where they can relax and play with their three energetic boys. Although Will and Lisa live in the San Fernando Valley, their hearts still belonged to the beach. They love classic design and have spent numerous weekends acquiring the vintage furniture scattered throughout the house. They want a room that is light, airy and elegant -a beach house / summer cottage look that will meld with their French country kitchen.
The minute Dana and Damien walked through the door of their 1929 Spanish style house, they instantly fell in love. For the past year, they have been painting and decorating their dream home one room at a time. Unfortunately, when it came to their master bedroom, they both admit they were completely lost. As much as they love the views and the spacious layout, their bedroom is currently their least favorite room in the house. Basically, it is where they sleep and not much else. They would love to utilize the open space the room has and create a romantic master suite where they can relax and enjoy each others company after a long day. Casey and Joel are going to work their magic once again and transform Dana and Damien's room into the room they have both dreamed of. To start, the walls are going to be painted a creamy orange to give the room that cozy, warm feeling it previously lacked. Hollowed out faux beams will be installed and they will span across the ceiling. They will be stained a dark, rich brown to give the room the old world Spanish feel the homeowners wanted. A vanity station will be installed to give Dana her own vanity that she has been dreaming of since she was a little girl. A red canopy will drape over the bed and a chandelier will be hung in the center of the room. The Spencer's old, boring master bedroom will be turned into an inviting space both Damien and Dana will enjoy.
Thomas and Erin have a sentimental attachment to their house. It was purchased by Thomas' family in 1954 and has stayed in the family ever since. Unfortunately, it looks like it hasn't been touched since the 50's either. They want an updated space that respects the architecture of the home, while infusing their own modern spirits. Casey and Joel will do just that by bringing in sleek modern textures and bright colors.
Sana and Ismail's elegant formal dining room is the heart of their charming Spanish style home. Not only do they eat the majority of their meals at the dining room table, but they also spend a lot of time in the room with their two young sons. They love the room's spacious size, but it has remained bare and unfinished for far too long. They want a modern eclectic style that plays up the room's character while remaining functional for their rambunctious children. Casey and Joel will add new storage spaces, show how to hide an unsightly wall heater, and create a gorgeous new chandelier.
Tamer has always dreamed of owning a house with a view of the Hollywood sign and he finally got it. Now he wants the interior of his house to be as inspiring as the view, starting with his master bedroom. Tamer would love to have a bedroom that he's excited to go to, a place where he can both recharge and feel inspired. He wants a masculine Moroccan style without losing the feel of a modern streamlined look. Casey and Joel will give him just that by creating a new stylish niche, a designer dresser with nail head detail, and a new upholstered bed base.
Jessica and David's master bedroom has become more of a workspace than a relaxing space. When they moved in together they purchased a bedroom set that has since become dated and feels too bulky for the room. They really want to transform their bedroom and make it a place just for the two of them where they can relax and unwind. Casey and Joel will help create a serene relaxing master bedroom with an elegant spa like feel. They will refinish existing furniture to make it more modern and streamlined. New nightstands with a cool silver accent and mirrors created with metal rings will complete the new look.
Priscilla and Mike are young homeowners but have worked hard to get where they are and are proud of their home. Unfortunately, despite their many decorating attempts, they continue to fall short, especially in their living room. They love how large it is but the space has proven to be quite a challenge. They need a fun space that will anchor their home and give them a place they'll be proud to entertain in. Casey and Joel will combine the casual comfort of Americana style with the elegant sleek lines of modern decorating. They will create a youthful space that feels personal and lived in with touches of sophistication.
Jeanine fell in love with her Spanish style bungalow the minute she walked through the door and for the past year she has been having a wonderful time decorating the different rooms. She's happy with her progress except for the master bedroom. She knows it's time to embrace her maturity and truly become the queen of her castle by upgrading her boring bedroom to a beautiful boudoir. Casey and Joel will bring both color and character to the space and highlight rather than hide the room's big arch window with a view of the backyard. They will replace her twin bed with a queen size bed and give her the girly closet she's always dreamed of.
Sarah and Scott are new parents and even newer homeowners. They purchased this house because they wanted more space for their growing family; and yet, the largest room in the house, the family room, hardly gets any use. The room is sparsely furnished with wood paneling that makes the space dark and uninviting. They hope to one day use this room as a true family room, a place where they can spend time together as a family relaxing and playing games. Casey and Joel will help make the space both fun and functional. With a fresh coat of paint they will make the room lighter and brighter. The finished product will be an eclectic mix of mid-century, and bohemian chic that will truly bring a whole new life to this forgotten space.
Sandra and Cham want their home to become the main hub for family dinners and holiday parties. Unfortunately their living room, which is the center of the house, needs a lot of work before it's ready for entertaining. They are stuck and need help making their house a real home where they can make memories for years to come. Enter Casey and Joel who will help them create a space that is modern, cozy, and comfortable but will also reflect the essence of glamour. By transforming the fireplace, creating new light fixtures, and building an area to display wall art and photos they will make Sandra and Cham's living room really feel like a home.
Min and her roommate Brigitte have been brainstorming ways to liven up the deco in their expansive kitchen. These two love to entertain: Brigitte is the cook and Min is the consummate host, but the space isn't functional for cooking and it's not warm or welcoming for guests. While staying true to the home's classic design, Casey and Joel will bring the youthful feminine style of girls into their kitchen. Much needed color will be added to the cabinets, a new seating area will be built, new tile and bead board will be added to the walls, and some new shelving will make the space both fun and functional.
Medgar bought his historic style home sixteen years ago and has been upgrading and decorating different rooms in the house ever since. Not exactly the domestic type, this confirmed bachelor decided to transform the formal dining room into a "chill" space for entertaining and watching TV with friends. Unfortunately, the den has turned into a dumping ground for old furniture and knick-knacks, and the result comes across as immature and unfinished. Casey and Joel will transform this room into an elegant space that is more lounge and less man-cave. By taking their cues from the historic craftsman style of the house, they will create a room that is clean, hip, and sophisticated. They will build new furniture pieces, create fun photography artwork, and revamp the existing built-ins to give the room the style and substance it needs.
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