How to spruce up a small, vacant space
See if this yard sale pays off
See how to reupholster vintage furniture
Can years of stacking piles be organized?
Learn how to brighten up a dark basement
See why this mess is one for the records!
Can our team help the Jerseylicious star?
Can four sisters share one room?
Can this historical Brooklyn home be helped?
Turn a basement into a chic living area
Family of nine has no time to clean
Will Shari give up her baby's bassinet?
Long Island residents Shari and Victor have three messy children and work on opposite schedules. Their hectic lifestyle is reflected in their pigsty of a home, where it seems they've run out of room for anything besides baby clothes. Plus, Victor sees any empty spot in the house as an opportunity to collect another bald eagle statue. Between his obsession with figurines and Shari's fixation on the past, their house has become one big storage unit. And as if Nina and Michael didn't already have their hands full--the yard sale happens to land during a freak rainstorm. Can the team pull it together to overhaul the house and give this couple a chance to live their lives without clutter?
Larry Fisher and his girlfriend, Rachel, have been dating for eight months. They have decided to take the next step by living with each other--but the problem is that Larry has so much clutter that there is no room for Rachel! Due to the recession, Larry closed the doors to his Brooklyn "junk" store called Vortex and moved most of the merchandise from a 2,500 sq. storefront into his apartment and a small nearby garage. Can the team help Larry de-clutter and part with his quirky collections in order to make room for his lady?
A creative New York couple must kick their collecting habits and define their creepy gothic style if they want to pursue their occupational dreams. Pamela and Eric have turned every inch of their suburban home into a gothic house of horrors, which houses Pam's eclectic of horror dolls and medical equipment from the 1940s and Eric's movie memorabilia and vintage video game collection. The couple feels their upstairs work studio is so cluttered that they can't get any work done. Can "Clean House" help jump start them on the road to organization?
New Yorkers Dave and Doreen have allowed their seven kids to take over their lives and their house! Their spacious home looks like a giant playground and less like a place to sleep, eat or lounge. What's worse is their children refuse to take responsibility for the mess. But it doesn't take long for Nina and Michael to realize the house lacks any form of discipline. Can they school Dave and Doreen on how to tame their out-of-control children--and get them to clean up after themselves?
Michael and Nina travel to Staten Island to help a family de-clutter their home. Stacie and Steve are both collectors, but can our team help them say goodbye to their Mets memorabilia and cow collection? Even worse, their daughters Alyx and Julianne have taken after their parents and each have messy bedrooms with zero room to move! See their house and their lifestyle transform after a yard sale pays off.
Paul is an avid collector of nearly anything he can get his hands on including men's suits, artwork, furniture, and even wall paneling--but his obsession has outgrown his small Manhattan apartment, and it's time for him to make a fresh start. However, his Jack-of-all-trades mentality won't allow him to let go of anything in his cluttered living space, leaving Nina and Michael wondering how they'll ever make enough money for their design. Plus, Paul's flair for the overly dramatic becomes a problem when he lashes out at Nina in front of everyone at the yard sale.
The "Clean House New York" crew heads over to their neighboring state of New Jersey to fulfill a special request from Style's "Jerseylicious" hair stylist Briella. Briella's parents, Mike and Dorothy, have accumulated way too much junk, including an amateur baseball card collection and tons of bird statues--and stacks of trash forced Briella to move out! Although Briella thought leaving would be a wake up call to her parents, the mess has only gotten worse since she left--so she decided to call in the experts. With the help of Nina, Michael and some special "Jerseylicious" friends, can they make Mike and Dorothy's house actually feel like a home again?
Carly and her mom Susan have become content living in squalor in a house with ripped up floorboards and a mass of clutter. Although Susan works as a therapist, she's found it easier to help everyone else in life rather than focusing on herself. Sadly, the worst part of their mess was dumped in their living and dining rooms by their two dogs--which has filled the house with a rancid smell of urine and animal feces! And to top it off, when Nina's team begins to explore the house, they discover the entire condo is infested with bed bugs, and they'll have to use the majority of their budget on ridding the house of insects. Will the team find a way to give Susan and Carly the home of their dreams?
Self-proclaimed shopaholic Cheryl is buried under clothes, garbage and collectibles in her home. Daughter D'Netra has had enough of her mom's packrat ways and is ready to leave the nest unless her mom turns things around. Although Cheryl is reluctant to rid her house of all her fancy shoes, pretty gowns and pricey hats, she understands that her children are pushing her out of their lives--and she's not ready to lose them, especially with three more grandchildren on the way! Will this New York hoarder finally decide to put family first--or will she run to the nearest shoe sale?
A Brooklyn couple's marriage falls apart as their house fills up with clutter. Josh blames his wife Millie for asking for too many wedding gifts which now they have no use for; they both blame Josh's family for shipping a truckload of furniture to them from his decreased grandmother; and the best excuse for the clutter--they "blame" George, their 5-year-old son, for having too many toys and not wanting to part ways with them. Even though they consider themselves a social couple, they never invite people over and never accept play dates for their son because they're too embarrassed to have anyone in the house. Can the team help clear out the mayhem and bring harmony back into the household?