S1 E2 Contractor Michael Murray races against the clock to transform a plain-jane 10 x 16-foot shed into a charming cotswold-style cottage in the scenic countryside of Lexington, Kentucky. In this fast-paced episode he and his crew, including the inimitable Fast Eddie, tackle doors, windows and paint at lightning speed. Michael has a surprise up his sleeve for the homeowner. Watch and see what it is!
Thom Filicia pairs up with designer Drew McGukin in NYC to tour a large loft living space with an industrial vibe. High ceilings are the only commonality between this rustic bachelor pad and the luxe beachfront home in Manhattan Beach, where Sharzad Kiadeh and designer Joe Lucas are eager to show off what California brings to the table. In this case, it’s a light and airy coastal home with an open floor plan, perfect for indoor/outdoor living. So what’s it gonna be? Urban loft living or coastal cool? You decide!
The world is your geometric oyster, says DIY darling Mandi Gubler. And she’s here to prove it. In this episode Mandi takes you step-by-step through the process of building a 3D tumbling block headboard from natural cedar. Make a modern statement piece for your bedroom using this as your template.
Interior designer Rebecca Robeson helps her daughter, fashion blogger Sharrah Robeson, make the move from her spacious first apartment to a studio at the beach. See how Rebecca transforms a single room into a multi-purpose living space that serves as a beautiful bedroom, living room, entertainment area and home office with plenty of storage and style.
Lifestyle blogger Lauryn Evarts knows a thing or two when it comes to office organization. Not only that, she knows how to make it look good. In this episode Lauryn gives us a peek into her home office, where she manages the popular “Skinny Confidential” blog. What’s on her list of office must-haves? Oversized calendars, lucite accessories and color-coordinated writing utensils, plus a few unexpected pieces. See how she styles the perfect space to help her stay on top of her editorial calendar, book promotions, meetings and blog posts.