A couple dealing with a contractor who left their basement unfinished and a hole in their wallets want the job completed in order to create a hangout for their large extended family. Quotes are coming in high and they are nervous to trust a contractor again, which is where Sebastian and Sabrina come in, as they completely transform this empty shell through smart spends and reimagined materials.
A fun-loving couple with 5-year-old twin girls find mealtime in their galley kitchen no fun at all. Their narrow galley kitchen is simply too small and they're tired of cramped living, so they decide to open everything up, including the entire main floor. But their open-concept dreams are being crushed by high quotes. Sebastian and Sabrina repurpose furniture and upcycle materials to give this couple a stunning main floor.
Rob and Caitlin have four kids and one on the way. When they moved into their family home, they personalized the kids' rooms, but never completed their own bedroom and bathroom. In fact, their master suite has become a play room for their kids. With a baby on the way, they've decided it's their turn. They want a master retreat oasis, but with limited funds, they need smart solutions. Through upcycled builds and recycled finds, Sebastian and Sabrina can save their reno.
Raj and Riva have a large family kitchen, but after 11 years, the brown cabinets, laminate counters and lack of organization, have them pushing the reno button. They want this to be their forever home, but quotes are coming in well over their budget. They even wonder if they have to move to get their dream kitchen. Sebastian and Sabrina use their expertise and upcycling skills to create a kitchen that looks custom, saving Raj and Riva's reno.
Jason and Nikki are a busy family of four. They have a great home in a great neighborhood, but their kitchen is letting them down. Opening drawers, meal prep, and finding space for their every day needs is a challenge. They believe the best solution is to blow out walls to open it up, but quotes are over their budget. The kitchen is tiny and overdue for a big transformation. Sebastian and Sabrina turn used cabinets and repurposed furniture into a stunning design to save their reno.
A couple with very busy lives, between raising two kids, working in the music industry and often being on the road, bought their family home five years ago and started to update their kitchen, but life got in the way and it's been left unfinished. They've been able to save money and are ready to hire professionals to finish what they started, but quotes are coming in well over their budget. Sebastian and Sabrina use their upcycling know-how and repurpose tricks to save this reno.
Jamie and Marcus are getting married and their new house has a kitchen with broken drawers, doors that won't fully open, and a hazardous stove. With a wedding around the corner, money is tight, but they are desperate for a new kitchen. Thankfully, Sebastian and Sabrina know how to spend smart and reimagine design elements to save their kitchen reno.
Engineers Eric and Rebecca are home brewers by night. They love to have friends over to try new ales, but their '60s kitchen isn't equipped for their entertaining needs. They weren't afraid to take out a wall in the dining room, but taking on a kitchen reno is beyond their engineering know-how. They want an open-concept kitchen complete with beverage center and won't settle, but quotes are way over their budget. Sebastian and Sabrina recycle hardware and salvage materials to save their reno.
Sebastian and Sabrina use salvaged items and unique finds to give a single guy who loves to entertain the bachelor pad he's always dreamed about., including an open-concept kitchen with a large island so he can see his guests when they come over.
A couple with two young children want to overhaul their main floor so it looks more like an adult space, instead of a catch-all for kids' toys. Sebastian and Sabrina use their expertise and completely transform the space with upcycled materials and repurposed cabinetry.
A couple who love their home but hate their builder's grade galley kitchen, because there isn't enough counter space or storage and the layout is tight. They've made DIY attempts to add storage and update features, only to admit defeat in their efforts to make the space more functional.
A couple who have two growing boys, a busy schedule and a basement straight out of the 70s, complete with orange carpet, dark paneling, and a damp feel that isn't inviting at all. They've reached out to contractors, but quotes are exceeding their budget.
In the series premiere, Sebastian and Sabrina come to the aid of a dynamic real-estate duo who are embarrassed by their master bathroom, which is very large, very dark, and has some very strange features that leave people scratching their heads.