Season 1, Episode 2

Fireman Without a Place

P.J. is a fireman for the city of Milwaukee who loves spending time outdoors, but the style of his home doesn't reflect his passions. His living and dining rooms are outdated and lack any style. Host and interior designer Jeremy Sham and his team at Flux Design upgrade this fireman's space with contemporary rustic elements reminiscent of the outdoors. The unattractive faux fireplace is replaced with a fully functional natural gas-burning unit covered in fieldstone, and a custom TV console and mantel are built to add function and flare to his boring space. By redesigning the layout and updating the furniture, P.J. and his two young boys get more usable square footage to kick back and relax.
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