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Three years ago, a mother and daughter opened Marry Go Round, a secondhand bridal consignment shop, in the hopes of turning their love of weddings into a successful business. Even though they're the only store of their kind in Houston, Judy and Madeline Salvato are on the verge of closing up shop for good unless they can lure in more brides to drum up business. The shop has become overly cluttered and the staff has done little-to-no advertising in their own community. The stresses of the shop are also putting a major strain of Judy and Madeline's personal relationship and their non-stop bickering is holding them back from making the most of Marry Go Round. Can Peter play mediator and bring harmony back to this family--and save the shop from going under? Watch Peter work his magic as he transforms Marry Go Round into a couture wedding wonderland fit for brides everywhere!
High tea and little girls were the inspirations behind Ohio-based tea party store La Tea Dolly. The three sisters and co-owners, Monica, Sharee and Harolyn, opened the store a year ago to provide a place where little girls could be pampered and treated like a princes. Although everyone leaves their parties with a smile, they have little to no repeat customers and their uninviting exterior does nothing to attract new clientele. While La Tea Dolly should be the toast of the town, the store has yet to turn a profit and this family is starting to drown in debt. Plus, if they're forced to fold, Harolyn will lose her home that she mortgaged in order to keep the shop afloat. Can Peter help turn this falling tea house around? See what happens when he transforms La Tea Dolly into an elegant English high tea room that both moms and their daughters can enjoy!
John and Heather are a young married couple who took over the family business, Hawthorne Tire, a few years ago. Unfortunately, they also inherited its mounting debt and dilapidated interior. Now, the business has practically come to a screeching halt and unless this family can jump start their struggling repair shop, they'll be forced to shut their garage for good in six months. Hawthorne Tire has been in their family for three generations and John and Heather are crumbling under the pressure to keep its motor running. Plus, this couple also has a new daughter to care for, and while they would love to bring her to work with them, the shop is too dirty and dangerous for a newborn baby. Can Peter help this family rev up their business and set the wheels in motion for success? See what happens when our makeover master turns this pigsty into a hip retro one-stop auto shop that is family-friendly and welcoming for its core clientele of women.
Four years ago, Annette Taylor invested her entire life savings into her gift shop, Bring Something to the Party. It should be the go-to party-planning source for an upscale area of Santa Monica, but instead the shop is barely keeping afloat. Instead, life has been anything but a party for Annette, who was forced to take on two other full time jobs just to pay the rent for her store. Now, she's barely at the shop, and when she is, she's too exhausted to get anything done! The inside of the shop has become unorganized and chaotic, the displays are dusty and their unique services like balloon decor, event planning and custom letterpress invitations aren't being utilized. Also, you can barely tell what the shop is from the street! Can Peter help turn Annette's sad shop into a chic one-stop party boutique? See for yourself as Peter works to bring some life back into this struggling business.