Design partners Denise and Tanya go up against married reimaginers Stephanie and Josh. The two teams have $500 and one hour to shop the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut, for Flip List items that include: Elegant Industrial, a Mixed Materials project and Smart Storage. The teams have just one day in the workshop to complete their transformations before returning to the flea market to sell their fixed-up finds for the biggest profit.
High school art teachers Denise and Katie take on married flippers Kelly and Stephen at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut. They each have $500 and one hour to find items from their Flip List, which includes: Style Merge, Paint-Over Makeover and a Rustic Revival project. The teams have one day in the workshop to complete their projects before returning to the market to sell their fixed-up finds for the biggest profit.
A father-daughter tandem of self-proclaimed dumpster divers takes on a mother-daughter flipping duo in a battle for flea market supremacy. The competition starts at the flea market where each team has a budget of $500 and a time limit of one hour to find three projects on their flip list that includes Mint Condition, Balanced Electric and Vintage Hardware. The teams hit the workshop where they create unique items from a gossip bench made from a dresser to a vanity spruced up with old hardware. The teams then head to a flea market where the team who makes the biggest profit will go home with the $5,000 prize.
Engaged flippers Caitlyn and Kevin might be the perfect match, but do they have what it takes to beat interior designer friends Jill and Kate? Lara Spencer gives the teams their Flip List, which includes Color Mash-Up, Twisted Traditional and Design To Dine. In the workshop, Jill and Kate create a dining set out of a Leg-O-Matic table and chairs and add a colorful twist to a pair of bamboo side tables. Meanwhile, Caitlyn and Kevin use some wooden crates and industrial metal legs to form a kitchen island and create a console out of a card catalog. The team that makes the most net profit selling their flips at the flea market wins $5,000.
Two pairs of twins from the same family battle it out in a furniture flip for $5000. The competition starts at the flea market where each set of twins gets a budget of $500, and only one hour to find the three projects on their flip list, which includes Modern Metal, Heirloom Upgrade and Mix & Match. Then the twins hit the workshop where they create unique pieces, including a coffee table made out of an tabletop hockey game and a wine table converted into a kitchen cart. The pair that makes the biggest profit off their flips wins the $5000 prize.
Two teams representing Habitat for Humanity go head-to-head to win $5,000. Lara Spencer gives them $500 and one hour to find three cohesive pieces to create a "Hip Habitat" living space vignette. Then they go to the workshop, where they create stylish pieces like seating made from a Pilates machine and an antique carriage bench. The team that makes the biggest profit selling their flips at the flea market wins.
Two teams of teachers set out to prove they've got the "3 R's" of flipping down: rescuing, recycling and reinventing. Under the watchful eye of Lara Spencer, the teams first shop for three projects on their Flip List of Flawed to Flawless, Modern Workspace and Crate Expectations. Then they hit the workshop where they create one-of-a-kind pieces, like a coffee table made out of an antique rope bed and a modernized desk made from a workbench. The teams try to sell their flips for top dollar and take home the $5,000 prize.
A mother-son duo takes on a pair of flipping friends at the flea market where they each have $500 and one hour to find flip-list projects that include Rustic to Refined, Deconstruct Reconstruct and Pop of Color. The teams spend one day in the workshop reimagining their pieces before heading back to the flea market to outsell their competitors in hopes of walking away with the $5,000 prize.
A father and daughter team up to face her uncle and sister at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find flip-list items that include Funk-tional, 21st Century Design and Create a Pair. The teams have one day in the workshop to create some one-of-a-kind peices that they then try to sell at the flea market to make the most profit and walk away with $5,000.
Two teams of skilled furniture flippers square off for a $5,000 prize. The action kicks off at the flea market, where each team receives a budget of $500 and just one hour to find the three projects on their flip list, which includes a Midcentury Mashup, Small-Scale Style and a Dealer's Choice project. The teams then head into the workshop to transform their pieces, turning a toboggan into a dual-purpose coffee table and upcycling old film reels into a bistro set. Both teams take their creations to the flea market to sell, and the one that makes the bigger profit walks away with $5,000.
Two teams of design students from Brooklyn's Pratt Institute School of Design do battle to be the head of the flipping class. The competition kicks off at the flea market, where each team gets a budget of $500 and one hour to find three projects from the flip list, which includes Redefined Design, One-For-Two and Art Deco. The designers head into the workshop to create one-of-a-kind pieces, from a typeset drawer turned into a pair of end tables to a vintage ironing board transformed into a console table. The two teams then return to the flea market where the one that makes the bigger profit wins the $5,000 prize.
Two police officers partner up with the ladies in their lives to go head-to-head for $5,000. At the flea market, each team gets $500 and one hour to track down some bargains for the three projects on their flip list of Modern Farmhouse, Bad to Rad and 50/50. They head into the workshop to create some arresting designs ranging from a hanging bar made out of a wooden gun case to a chicken crate turned into a coffee table. Back at the flea market, the team that makes the biggest profit flees the scene with $5,000.
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