Casey and Catrina stick to the original floor plan of a house with very minor structural changes. During their project, they salvage as much as they can to save money and preserve the character of the house. Meanwhile, Paige and Raf focus on making the kitchen a standout feature in their home after striking shiplap gold.
The Snow sisters want to keep their home's existing layout but it only has one gutted bathroom. To make the house more functional, they add a second bathroom and salvage what they can from the original house to offset the expense.
Inspired by its tall ceilings and large rooms, Gary's Girls bring an old craftsman-style home back to its former glory. Their charm-saving design includes cased openings, crown molding and built-in shelving. Meanwhile, the Snows are knee-deep in knotty pine and plan to refuse as much of it as possible. Inside, they create a more functional floor plan while keeping the home's original country charm.
Casey and Catrina don't see eye to eye on some of the design elements but eventually end up with a stunning family home complete with custom touches.
Gary and Jerry take their build to the next level by putting a shed on a trailer and turning it into a traveler's paradise. Custom built-ins, retractable decks and an elevated patio makes it easy to find the best views on the road. Meanwhile, Gary's Girls save original materials to go big with upscale finishes and design features, but they hit unexpected bumps along the way and spend more money than they intended.
Randy wins a huge house at auction and brings Casey in to help turn it into a bed and breakfast-style home at the request of a potential buyer. To create a unique experience for each guest, he plans different features and designs for each room.
Paige and Raf design a house for friends with a passion for fitness. Their plan for the house includes a fitness room, two stunning bathrooms and colors picked out by "Random Raf."