Grace Mitchell tackles the home of a chef and her husband where the interior doesn't reflect their Southern roots. To bring in that charm, Grace creates an elegant dining room and gives the homeowner a proper kitchen of her own. Then, laying down a reclaimed brick floor becomes a time-consuming problem.
A family of six can't wait to move into their 1920s American Foursquare home, but it needs a massive overhaul to make life with four kids more manageable. Grace Mitchell uses design to blend the couple's histories and bring the historical property back to life.
A couple is moving back into her childhood house and calls on Grace Mitchell to create a new home that honors the family's memories while fitting their current story, too. Grace pulls inspiration from the vintage wallpaper, angled fireplace and more to create a home that can be passed down for generations.
A couple whose house has flooded are ready for a fresh start and reach out to Grace Mitchell and her team. They want to remodel their damaged living room and turn their quirky mother-in-law suite into a master retreat free of water damage, but filled with their story. Grace's team uses the couples' history of meeting in a library coffee shop -- as well as their wine cellar wedding -- to inspire the design.
A couple with a coveted lake home in Fort Worth, TX, wants to throw big gatherings, but their cramped space makes it impossible. Grace Mitchell works her magic from the front door to the back of the house and custom orders the longest dining table imaginable for future parties.
A couple puts their passion for travel on hold so Grace can give their master suite and living room a five-star makeover. Using their love of fancy hotels as inspiration, Grace transforms the master suite into a swanky retreat complete with bold wallpaper in the bedroom, white sparkly tile in the bathroom and a newly barreled ceiling. Rounding out the project is a unique record collection storage space for him, a custom vanity for her and a living room showpiece for the family dog.
Grace Mitchell and her team work to bring natural light and lots of green into the dark, outdated home of a family that loves the outdoors. Everyone in the family also plays an instrument, so Grace reworks the floor plan to give them a new music space.
A couple loves their 1960s ranch but feels their layout doesn't work for large family gatherings. Grace Mitchell and her team renovate several spaces to make room for large parties, and Craig changes the entire roofline to give the ranch an old-home feel.
After looking at lofts and condos around Fort Worth, TX, a woman decides a small, historic cottage with charm and access to hiking trails was a better fit. Grace brings the home back to life with a new master suite, kitchen and show-stopping staircase.
A couple wants their garage turned into a master suite, so designer Grace Mitchell and her team start by swapping the garage doors for glass-paned French doors. They add grasscloth wallpaper to the walls and install a completely waterproof master bath.
Grace must get creative when blending newlyweds' belongings, including a hand-me-down recliner and deer head from his bachelor days that he just can't part with. She pays homage to their special Mexico trip by giving the master suite a hacienda feel.
A couple with styles that are like oil and water call on Grace to transform their 1990s ranch home. Grace creates showstopping sconces and mixes wood with metal to perfectly blend their tastes into a modern-glam look.
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