A bathroom with a luxurious hotel feel, but that also includes some native touches from Indonesia is created by Paul. Design highlights include a curved backlit glass etching that surrounds a large standalone tub; and a carved wooden dividing screen for the dressing room. Also: Fallen trees are used to make a unique kitchen island bar that's both functional and a piece of art.
A dated bungalow is transformed into a space that feels like an urban loft, with a central kitchen island, a double-sided fireplace and a dining room with a backlit skyline. Also: Paul's mom asks for an update to an antique radio that belongs to his dad.
A dark and dated basement is transformed into an inviting space for a couple to host parties and relax with their kids; and Paul gets innovative when new parents ask for a changing table that blends in with the decor of their small family home.
A kitchen is radically transformed in order for a mother and daughter to both cook comfortably in it; and a client makes an unusual request when she asks for a British bar as a wedding anniversary surprise for her homesick husband.
Paul creates a sleek living room inspired by a high-end boutique hotel for a client who wants to watch movies and relax with friends; and a couple arrive at the shop looking for a hideaway playhouse for their young son.
Paul tackles a cramped, cluttered kitchen that doubles as a child's art station; and he takes a boat apart and turns the pieces into outdoor furniture for clients who want their patio to have a distinctly nautical theme.
A family full of performers enlist Paul to turn their dark basement into a home theater with a state-of-the-art sound system, massive projection screen and moving stage. Also: Back at the shop, the team work on creating a table to display a special rock collection for a client who loves to travel.