With a new baby on the scene and another on the way, Stephanie and Eric realize now is the time to turn their master bedroom into a master escape. Their builder basic room is bland and lacks storage, but they have no time to fix it themselves. Paul revamps their bedroom adding a stone feature wall, built-in 'his and her' wardrobes with a central vanity, and a hidden TV unit.
David and Laura's home life revolves around cooking and entertaining in their kitchen. But with no counter space or room for their worldly wine collection, they must renovate their kitchen so they can host dinner parties in style. Paul completely guts the kitchen and changes the layout, giving them a central stove and a backlight stone onyx backsplash.
Michele and Tyrone tried to turn their family room into an open concept space, but ended up with a messy playroom instead. Their twin girls' toys were everywhere, and Tyrone's video gaming console and wires were adding to the visual clutter. In one bold stroke, Paul solves their problems by flipping the room around, keeping it open but adding in a floating television that swivels, and a high tech fireplace!
Tim and Terri Anne just bought their dream home and want a unique mudroom space where their kids can get ready for school. They want it to be functional but personal, so Paul creates a space that reflects their love for travel and their careers as teachers. He builds 4 storage lockers fronted by a glass map of the world, earthy wooden barn boards and a hidden laundry corner.
An adventurous couple with a love of travelling, Méline and Greg want to turn their spare room into an escape within their home. They give Paul carte blanche with their space, and he creates a Caribbean oasis complete with a cabana-style cocktail bar, lounging sofa and backlight beach murals.
Jeremy and Tabitha want their cluttered family room to reflect their love of the West Coast and be neat and orderly. Paul turns their cramped room into a well-organized space with sliding screens, tons of storage and a cool Pacific flair.
Foster parents Geoff and Heidi need a multidimensional room that can serve as a family entertainment room for their three children, but can also transform into a bedroom so they can accommodate temporary foster kids. Paul has the perfect solution and builds a movie-themed room with a booth that converts into a king size bed, with stowaway single beds underneath and a painted projection screen.
Jeff and Allyson live in a large heritage home, but with only one poorly organized bathroom with a tired '60s look, they need to renovate it to match the aesthetic of the rest of the house. Paul comes up with an innovative design that blends modern bathroom appliances and the heritage flavour of the home, exposing brick behind the shower, adding a vanity made from salvaged barn beam and a soaker tub.
Single mom of three Terri has been saving up for 20 years to renovate her kitchen, and the time has finally come to take the plunge. Paul remodels the layout and creates Terri's dream kitchen, complete with a custom breakfast bar, peninsula table for entertaining, and a functional but sophisticated kitchen.
Shasta and Ian desperately want to update their kitchen to bring it in line with their eclectic interests. Shasta wants it to be a Zen space where she is inspired to cook, and Ian wants it to incorporate elements of a hunting lodge. Paul unites the kitchen with a stone look, gives them a unique wooden topped island with a hideaway stainless steel prep zone where Ian can dress his latest game hunt.
Chris and Irma have a dated and poorly functioning bathroom that they want to enlarge and re-style in a Parisian flair. Paul blings out their bathroom with Roman-style columns, a chandelier and heated floors, while giving Chris the massive shower he has always wanted and Irma a corner soaker tub. There is even a vintage style phone for Irma so she can talk to her friends while having a bath.
Nancy has an empty space connected to her bedroom that she wants to turn into a private retreat where she can read, reflect or even dance whenever she feels inspired. Paul goes all in and creates an oval shaped daybed by the window and unique cabinets for plenty of personal storage, all done up with a very feminine feel.