Two artist lofts in downtown Los Angeles are renovated in a challenge that requires the four remaining designers to showcase their signature styles. Included: Team Red's Darren hopes his unique project proves he's worthy to stay in the competition; Nina and Jay of Team Blue struggle with an odd-shaped open-floor plan.
Craftsman-style abodes in Glendora, Cal., are renovated for families who require an office workspace for their at-home businesses. Included: Team Blue creates an eco-friendly indoor gym for a personal trainer; and Team Red designs a classy kitchen for a professional chef.
Two rustic cabins in the mountains of Big Bear, Cal., receive makeovers. Included: Team Blue get creative, taking elements found in nature and repurposing them. Meanwhile, Team Red put their focus on color and making the space pop. Also: Everyone is faced with solving a rodent problem.
The designers travel to North Hollywood, where they are given the task of transforming two Spanish-style homes into abodes that are perfect for hosting events and entertaining guests. Included: Team Red, headed by Erinn, set their sights on a much-needed win, while over on Team Blue, site manager Elaine's strong opinions don't go over well, and she makes matters worse by turning to Lukas for help with the makeover of her living room.
The competition goes to Palm Springs, where the designers are tasked with turning two mid-century modern abodes into dream homes, each with an outdoor oasis, which becomes difficult to create in the middle of a massive rainstorm. While Team Red take on several special projects, including a light fixture made from chicken wire, Team Blue focuses on the front exterior and overall interior color scheme.
Redesigns in two Tudor-style homes across the street from one another are tackled by Team Red and Team Blue in the premiere of this reality competition, which pits 12 designers against each other in extreme challenges. Included: One group attempts to build a bathroom vanity out of a repurposed workbench; a chance is taken when beloved hardwood floors are used to make a dining room table; and decisions about a master bedroom makeover don't come easy.
Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night... two months from now.