Candice surprises her design supervisor Steven with a total main floor makeover to thank him for his hard work and tireless dedication to Divine Design.
Candice helps a couple of green thumbs transform their outdated family room into a Japanese inspired space that complements their awe-inspiring garden.
Patricia and Manny are going to the chapel and they're gonna get married. But Patricia's not moving into Manny's house until the living room becomes a little more female-friendly.
Candice finds more inspiration in a lovely view of the woods than the mountains of plastic bins in John and Cindy's home. Now, she's set out to make their great room great.
Candice is inspired by tales of warrior princesses and happily-ever-after's to create a bedroom for Christine and Norbert's daughter, a budding young writer.
Candice applies her own form of design therapy to turn Amy and Rory's dull, uninspiring basement into a work of art.
After living through the chaos of extensive home renovations, Laura can't face finishing the master bedroom. Not wanting her to lose any more sleep, husband James asks designer Candice Olson to give Laura the bedroom of her dreams.
Neil is clearly out numbered by the women in his home: wife Lolet, daughter Kristina, his mom Brenda, even their dogs are female. So he's asked designer Candice Olson for help redesigning their basement family room in the hopes that she'll remember some masculine touches for the man in the family.
Ashira asks design Candice Olson for help carving out a space of her own in her home. She's hoping to turn an oversized closet into a studio where she can create, relax and get some quiet time.
Single in the city, Nalani bought a great urban loft, but the kitchen just doesn't say "downtown" as it should. Designer Candice Olson gives this first-time homeowner a kitchen that is as hip and chic as she is.
Oliver and Mirjana describe themselves as style-challenged, which explains why they're still living with beige walls in the living room eight years after moving into their home. Only designer Candice Olson could be trusted to bring the color and style they long for to a room that the whole family will enjoy.
Six years ago, Rocco left his downtown condo for an Australian adventure. Now that he's back and ready to settle down, he needs designer Candice Olson's help in turning his dated two-story loft into a cool place that he can proudly call home.
Many parents have a tough time when the kids leave home, but not Sasha and Tony. They are ready to enjoy their freedom and have some fun. And when they come home, they want a divine, Candice Olson-designed new space at the top of their house that's just for them.
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