Season 1, Episode 6

Transforming a Blank White Room After a Trip to the Collectibles Store

Four of the country's best designers enter the White Room Studio hoping to walk away as the challenge's best designer and winner of $10,000. Their challenge? To transform their blank white room into an amazing design using collectibles and random pieces as their furnishings. Adding to the challenge, they find rooms without full walls. They also find out that there are four types of rooms represented and the elements they choose have to convey the room's theme including a dining room, living room, bedroom, and office. After a trip to a collectibles store to purchase their supplies, competitors fight to create rooms that challenge design rules and bring life to empty spaces in a fifteen hour design battle.
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