Kelly and Eric spent the last two years fixing up their once derelict 2,300 square foot home. Now that some of the minor work is done and the value has increased significantly, the homeowners are divided over its future. With still much to do, Eric wants to list it and profit from their investment where as Kelly sees it as an investment for their family. Will David find them a family ready home at a financially freeing price or will Hilary increase this family's emotional investment by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?
Jamie and Greg spent two years searching for their dream home. Now caring for two kids, stay at home dad Greg has had it with the home's lack of function. Jamie on the other hand doesn't think they have time to invest in finding a home as good as their current bungalow. Will realtor David find them a family ready home that gives them family sized function without the headaches, or will designer Hilary make daily life immeasurably easier by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?
Vince and Jennifer bought their home when it perfectly fit their family of five. Since moving in their family has grown to nine, but their house cannot grow with them. In need of a bedroom for their toddler and a space for their teens, Vince is desperate to find more space to accommodate their large brood. Jennifer however cannot entertain the notation of leaving their neighbors and community. Will designer Hilary transform this home to create all the oversized family function Jennifer believes it can have, or will realtor David provide all the hassle free space Vince knows this family needs in a search for a new home?
Eager to start a family, a couple has become divided over their bungalow's ability to house their next chapter. The ample space outside no longer makes up for the cramped quarters inside. Can David find them a home that combines the gorgeous land they desire outside with the family ready spaces they need inside, or will Hilary show them that their house is ready for their family filled future by reinventing many of its highly debated spaces?
After ditching suburban space to join his wife Marci in her charming but tiny home, Matt quickly began feeling buried. David works to find them a home that combines the space Matt needs to breathe with the charm that inspires artist Marci. Meanwhile, Hilary proves the true potential of their house by redesigning and expanding many of its highly debated spaces.
A couple married and traded in their downtown condo for a rural home. While he loves the land and roomy garage for his racecar, she's not happy in the country cottage and is desperate for a home that combines urban functionality with car-ready space for him.
Carla and Josmell's dreams are divided over the future of their cramped townhouse.
Professors Dwayne and Hong-An bought this century-old home in their twenties. After being on again, off again for over a decade, the duo patched up their relationship but has not been able to mend the issues of their house. David works to find them a family-ready home without the to do list while Hilary tries to make them fall in love all over again by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces.
Rodolfo is ready to find a finished party palace but Greg won't let go of his father's renovations.
Music venue owner, Kevin, purchased this house without his pregnant wife, Nevada, ever walking inside. Now with four kids, Nevada feels the daily frustrations with the functional issues of the home. With an overflow of laundry, kids sharing a room and no garage to store all their items, Nevada is ready to leave the house behind in search for the perfectly functioning family home. Kevin however is determined to make this house work. Will David find them a functioning home without the to do list or will Hilary make them fall in love all over again by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?
Thomas and Sarah purchased their home near the city in a neighbor close to where Thomas grew up. Thomas loves the location but Sarah feels that the cramped quarters confine her and wants a more open concept out in the country.
A couple is torn between their century-old farmhouse with music camp and a family ready home.
Dave and Sonya have spent 8 years battling a never-ending to do list in their Mid Century home. Graphic designer, Dave loves the feel of the house but Sonya is fed up with the issues that constantly appear. Will David find them a functioning home without the to do list or will Hilary make them fall in love all over again by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?
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