Homeowner Gladys Lam's daughters have grown up and moved away to college. With a large living room and home all to herself, she has the time and space to finally remodel her stark living room and make it a more peaceful place to enjoy her time. Her two daughters return to help her and the Design Remix team--designer Karen McAloon, paint contractor Danielle Hirsch and carpenter Ian Read--complete an amazing makeover in two days for almost no money!
Homeowners Christine and Anthony So have a large playroom with lots of toys, but it's cold and uninviting. They want to have a warm, fun place for their daughters to dance and play. Designer Karen McAloon transforms the space using less than $50 and things they already have.
Homeowners Richard and Monica Thow like to entertain but their dining room is nothing but folding chairs and a plywood table. Designer Karen McAloon brings in her team, painter Danielle Hirsch and contractor Ian Read, to give the room a remarkable makeover using things they already have, a fresh coat of paint and almost no money!
Designer Karen McAloon helps homeowners Robert and Mary Stark turn their large bare bedroom into an elegant classic master suite. Painter Danielle Hirsch and carpenter Ian Read help make the transformation with things they already have and less than $50!
Homeowners Liz and Travis Daugherty have a large bonus room full of exercise equipment and children's toys. They need organization and a theme to maximize and unify the space plus make it a more inviting. Designer Karen McAloon, contractor Ian Read and painter Danielle Hirsch transform the room using things the homeowners already have and less than $50!
Homeowners John Monteleone and Eileen King have a long, narrow living room with little organization and a lot of clutter. Designer Karen McAloon hunts through their house to find things they already have to give them a remarkable makeover for next to nothing!
Homeowners Eric and Angie Matsunos' daughters have a playroom with no room to play! Their two young girls have lots of toys but need a place to keep them within their reach. Designer Karen McAloon finds solutions to organize the space and create a whimsical Japanese theme that reflects the family's style by using things they already have. The result is a fun, free makeover for a space the parents and children can enjoy!
Homeowners Ebba De La Rosa and Francis Chapman's dining room is cold, bare and not a place to enjoy meals or spend time with family. Designer Karen McAloon helps transform the room into an elegant dining space with some low-cost solutions.
Homeowners Mary McNamara and Gordon Feller want to change their "safe" living room from sterile to stylish. Designer Karen McAloon remixes furniture and repurposes items around their house for a modern look. The cool and contemporary space gives these empty nesters an updated, comfortable room that reflects their style and personalities.
Homeowner Karen Childress wants to give her kitchen the heart and soul it needs. Designer Karen McAloon, painter Danielle Hirsch and contractor Ian Read help her transform the dull, unattractive space into a warm, inviting room in two days for next to no money!
Homeowners Todd and Kelly Baesen's kitchen has a bad case of the '70s. It's filled with imitation wood cabinets, a cramped seating area and a dated linoleum backsplash making the heart of their home a heartache. Designer Karen McAloon helps turn this dark kitchen into a warm and cozy place. By adding molding, painting the cabinets, sewing curtains from napkins and painting Kelly's inherited kitchen table, they create a warm space using the items they already own.
Homeowners Michael and Colleen Sparks are tired of their hodge-podge bedroom. With mismatched furniture pieces from the '50s and '70s and a clunky homemade headboard, their rooms style is far from the romantic space they dream of. After reducing the scale of the headboard, adding a coat of fresh paint to the walls and displaying the tropical accessories that they already own, designer Karen McAloon, painter Danielle Hirsch and contractor Ian Read help this couple remix the bland space to create a bedroom with romantic style that feels like a hot, tropical night.
Homeowners Brad and Mary Stompe and their son, Dylan, have many outdoor-themed items in their living room but no unifying style. Designer Karen McAloon turns their bland, woodsy room into a charming English-like lodge using items they already have. She plays up their fireplace with a new paint treatment and mantel, adds an inexpensive lead treatment to the windows, chooses warm colors and incorporates a new furniture arrangement to transform the room.
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