Kevin and Lolita Minor need to sell their charming, Spanish-style bungalow in central Los Angeles, but the state of their only bathroom is sure to scare buyers away. It's a decades-old water closet that's worn out and way out of style. Designer Lisa LaPorta's challenge is to make a $2000 budget look like a $20,000 makeover.
Trish Hinkes is ready to sell her million dollar home, but her master bath is standing in the way. When the place was built in the 1980s, the room was a showpiece. Now it's just loaded with dated features that won't appeal to today's buyers. Designer Monica Pederson's plan is to turn a dated window into a gorgeous focal point, transform the laminate vanities into classic furniture pieces and stage the large space with furniture to show off its size.
When Dan and Melanie Frank got married, they moved into Dan's bachelor pad. Now, they're ready to move to a bigger home to start a family, and they're listing this two-bedroom, two-bathroom home in one of Atlanta's historic, sought-after neighborhoods. However, its carpeted master bath and 1980s wallpaper need a Designed to Sell transformation to seal the deal with potential buyers.
Chris and Nicole Ewald's townhouse in Burke, Virginia was perfect for their family of three when they purchased it seven years ago. Noe, they're a family of five plus a 70-pound dog, so it's time to move to a bigger space. Designer Taniya Nayak arrives with a plan to make over their kitchen, bathroom and closet to get them a sale.
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