Taylor Spellman and her design team get a century-old house in Portchester, New York, primed, prepped and ready for market. Using a mix of high and low design tips, she modernizes the older home to give it a hip new look that appeals to young families.
Taylor Spellman travels back to the 1970s in her old stomping grounds of Stamford, Connecticut, when she takes on a dated house with dreaded wood paneling. Taylor turns the house's weaknesses into strengths to help the home "dance" into the 21st century.
When a shabby bungalow in Rye, New York, needs a refresh, Taylor Spellman rethinks the entire layout in five days. Her design plan is to modernize the home with calming, nautical hues and sunny accents that turn this stuffy space into a beachside retreat.
Taylor Spellman is in Mt. Vernon, New York, tackling one of her biggest projects to date: turning around a 1,000-square-foot home in just four days. By maximizing every available inch, Taylor makes big floor to ceiling improvements in this starter home.
Taylor Spellman is shocked to discover a 100-foot crane in the yard of her latest renovation in White Plains, New York. With a personal investment from the realtor, Taylor must turn this construction nightmare into a dream home for a young family.
Taylor Spellman lands in Tuckahoe, New York, to renovate a house that's poised to hit the market in five days. Armed with a unique color palette and strategic design plans, she takes customization to a new level by bringing outdoor entertaining inside.
When Taylor Spellman steps into a sprawling New Jersey ranch, it's like stepping back into 1978 -- complete with mustard carpet. With a tight timeline and tighter budget, she aims to modernize the home into a chic oasis for a multi-generational family.
With a few days and a tight budget, Taylor Spellman and her team tackle a four bedroom home from the 1980s in Linden, New Jersey. She hopes to add visual interest to the boring, cookie-cutter rooms by creating custom pieces and using bold pops of color.
Taylor agrees to revamp a home, sight unseen, in the highly coveted town of Rockville Centre, New York. Plagued with floral wallpaper and an outdated kitchen, Taylor relies on her artistic skills to make the house blend in with its chic neighborhood.
Taylor and her team do a design intervention for a family finding closure with their beloved home. After spending years in unfinished renovations, Taylor transforms the home into a cohesive and stylish property that is primed to sell.
Taylor and her design team rescue a charming cottage that won't sell in desirable and historic Addisleigh Park, Queens. The home and her budget are tiny, so Taylor must venture off the beaten path to find creative upgrades that wow buyers right away.
While renovating a '50s-style house in Maplewood, New Jersey, Taylor thinks she's struck real-estate gold, but her hopes are dashed by two-toned hardwood floors. With the clock ticking, Taylor races to save the floor and give the home contemporary style.
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