Willy worries that the item he's selling to a local music venue is too big to fit inside, while Tiffany tries to please a spa owner with very specific tastes. Also: The Neon brothers build a custom sign for a new client.
Tiffany searches for an item for a client who gets nervous about too much color; Bob finds an eccentric buyer for his latest creation; and a local furniture dealer proves to be a formidable opponent for the Neon brothers.
Willy seeks recognition as a furniture designer; Mike believes Joe is dead wrong about a zombie-theme project; and an ambitious installation by Tiffany suffers a major setback the night before the big reveal.
In the Season 2 premiere, the Neon Brothers meet their match with a tough negotiator; Willy hopes his music-theme art will interest a local record label; and Tiffany's storage solution confuses a potential buyer.
Willy's latest transformation forces him to think outside the box; at the same time, Bob hopes a piece inspired by the 1950s will attract an old buyer. Elsewhere, Tiffany is charged with creating the perfect addition for a client's extravagant condo.
Willy is determined to create a piece of high art, while the Neon brothers discover an ingenious way to transform used sporting goods. Also: Tiffany has trouble negotiating a price with two old friends.
Tiffany struggles to build an ambitious kitchen centerpiece for a client she recently acquired; Willy has an unusual plan to transform a piece of old furniture; and the Neon brothers visit their old neighborhood to sell a new piece.
The Neons struggle to convince a longtime buyer to purchase a vintage piece; Tiffany makes a case for why her photographer friend should buy two chairs for his studio; and Willy offers a skateboarding school a deal he thinks they shouldn't refuse.
Bob has trouble transforming a piece that's extremely old and rusted; Tiffany experiences difficulty selling a decorative item; and Willy is intrigued when a mystery buyer takes interest in his chandelier.
The Neon brothers battle over who will do the work on their latest installation, while Bob steps out of his comfort zone to transform a more modern gas pump. Also: Willy resorts to unusual tactics to sell his artwork.
Willy brings a high-flying creation to auction even though there's a chance he could lose money on it; at the same time, the Neon Brothers have a hard time making back what they spent on a purchase; and Bob tackles an unusually big project.