Chris and Katie Dowler have two small children and need to sell their single-story home in Valencia, California before they outgrow their already cramped living space. Since kitchens often make or break a sale, they know that their kitchen needs some serious updates if it's going to meet buyers' expectations. Simple, do-it-yourself fixes are not enough in this case, so it's up to designer Lisa LaPorta and her team to help serve up a sale.
Single mom Sandi Griffin is ready to move to a smaller place with her 15-year-old son. With the help of her friend Christine, Sandi works alongside designer Monica Pedersen and her team to transform every surface in her 1950s kitchen to get her house on the road to a sale.
Working in downtown Atlanta, Denise Grant loves her home, and she has gone to great lengths to personalize every room in her house. However, her daily commute has become too much, and she's preparing to move into the city. As she readies her home to go up for sale, Denise will have to make sure the place is neutral enough to appeal to potential buyers.
Larry and Teresa Lawrence thought they could tackle the fixer-upper they bought in Silver Spring, Maryland themselves, but the house is still a mess. Now they've decided to sell it and need help finishing up all the projects so it will appeal to buyers. Designer Taniya Nayak and her team go to work on the master bedroom, breakfast nook, and the catastrophic kitchen.
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