Sara and Ian bought a quaint English cottage in the country two years ago, shortly after the birth of their daughter. Living in this tiny 2-bedroom house has Ian craving a bigger space, but Sara believes a little renovation will make this house as perfect as its picturesque location. Real estate agent Phil will show the couple how they could have the perfect home in the right location. While designer Kirstie hopes to open up their crowded country cottage making it this family's dream dwelling. Can this couple love their home again or will they list it?
Michelle was lured into moving into Andrew's house with the promise they would buy a home together after Andrew's sold. That was 10 years ago, and they're still living in Andrew's bachelor pad. While Michelle has never bonded with the house, but Andrew feels his bungalow is the only place for him. Designer Kirstie will try to incorporate Michelle's identity into this bachelor pad. While real estate agent Phil tries to find this couple a property they can both agree to love. Can this couple love their home again or will they list it?
Dawn, Paul and their five kids are quickly running out of room in their current home. Dawn's desperate to find a house that actually works for her growing family, but Paul doesn't want to part with 8 years of memories or the perfect location. Designer Kirstie will try to reorganize Dawn and Paul's confusing layout, while real estate agent Phil tries to find them the perfect space with the perfect view. Will these homeowners love their home again or will they list it?
After spending almost all their married life in this Georgian house, Isabel has finally put her foot down. She wants to live in a house that's actually suited to entertain her entire family. Louie, on the other hand, wants to stay in the house he and Isabel have raised their family in. Designer Kirstie will try to create an open floor plan in the main living space, perfect for family gatherings. Real Estate Agent Phil will need to find Isabel and Louie a house with lots of new space and plenty of old character. Can this couple love their home again or will they list it?
Nigel and Emma's dilapidated home is struggling to cope with the everyday needs of this couple and their three growing boys. Emma wants to stay and let designer Kirstie fix their home's problems, while Nigel wants real estate agent Phil to find them a new home that doesn't need anymore renovations. Kirstie hopes to solve all their problems with a new bathroom, more storage and a kitchen renovation. Phil's challenge is to find this family a functional home within the same school district. In the end, this couple will have to decide to love their home again or list it.
Charangeet and Ash can no longer run their dance studio in the tiny townhouse they bought over a decade ago. Charangeet has fond memories in their home and wants to stay, while Ash is ready for something bigger so their teenagers no longer need to share a room with the business. Kirstie thinks she can have the family dancing to a new tune by completely reworking their cramped home, but Phil will try to show them homes with enough space for both their family and their dance business.
Newlyweds Matt and Luce are at war over their house. He's content in with their home, but she, having lived there longer, hates the inside. The only thing they both agree on is the fantastic outdoor space. Can designer Kirstie reconfigure their layout before Phil finds them another home?
With nowhere for Tom or the girls to play, his solution is a bigger house in the country, but city girl Kathleen insists she's already living in her forever home. Designer Kirstie hopes to create more space by adding storage and reworking their entire main floor. Real estate agent Phil plans to find them a home with more outdoor space close to the city. Will they love their home again or will they list it?
Twenty-five years ago, Steven and Barbara settled down in a riverside cottage in the English burrow of Elmbridge. As they enter their golden years, Barbara doesn't want her memories tarnished due to the their lackluster surroundings. Designer Kirstie thinks she can reimagine this house so that everyone can live on the same floor without losing any of the quirky character. But real estate agent Phil thinks this house is just too quirky, and he's confident he can find them a place they'll both love. Will Barbara and Steven love their home again or will they list it?
Duncan and Karen bought a semi two and a half years ago and Duncan loves the area surrounding their house, but he's getting heat from Karen who thinks the house is too small. Designer Kirstie's goal is to make this house work for the growing family, while real estate agent Phil plans to find them a much more suitably-sized family home. Will Duncan and Karen decide to love their home again or will they list it?
Richard and Carla bought their house 14 years ago with no intention of it being their forever home. Their last renovation attempt resulted in a major disappointment and Carla's ready to give up. Real estate agent Phil plans to find Richard and Carla a house on a quiet street with good schools and a dazzling kitchen, but designer Kirstie hopes to make cosmetic and structural changes to make this couple want to stay. In the end, will Richard and Carla love their home again or will they list it?
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