Homeowners Craig Moorhead and Kiyoung Nam live in a cozy rambler in eco-friendly Takoma Park, Maryland. They love the neighborhood but plan to make a switch from suburban living to city life. Before they move, they want to give their home a green makeover to increase its appeal to prospective buyers. Designer Taniya Nayak and the team spring into action with easy environmental updates in their living room, porch and master bathroom.
Jody and Karen are ready to trade their Chicago condo for life in the country running an organic farm. Unfortunately, selling their lackluster place isn't going to be easy. Designer Monica Pedersen plans to liven up their place with a custom recycling center and lots of color in the form of low VOC paint and organic fabrics in the hopes that what's good for the environment is good for capturing a buyer.
Lisa Cohen moved into her three-bedroom, three-bathroom brick ranch home 15 years ago so her son would have access to a great school system and a safe neighborhood. Now that her son is heading to college, she's ready to downsize. Lisa is an entrepreneur with her own antiques business, and as a result, her home is crammed with furniture and knick-knacks. She needs help restoring her house to its former glory, and she's asked for a completely eco-friendly makeover.
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