Season 1, Episode 6

Party Room(The Big Media Room)

Football is BIG at the Shatner house and so is the room in which they host their weekly football parties. Unfortunately, however, it's no longer functional and the dark, worn furnishings are beyond outdated. William and Elizabeth want the space completely re-imagined and they're using a painting they purchased in Greece as the inspiration. Their designer will execute their vision by completely remodeling the kitchenette that's in the room with new counters, cabinets and fixtures. Their old worn out carpeting will be replaced with hardwoods, the oppressive cathedral ceilings will get a white wash treatment that greatly opens up the room and of course all new furniture will breathe new life into the room. It's one of the biggest transformations of the series, going from burnt reds and oranges to light, bright and airy blues and yellows. Football season will never be the same at Chez Shatner! Let the games begin!
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The Update Dining Room

The dining room features updated furniture, and the wall separating it from the renovated kitchen is now open, creating a better flow and a more modern feel. With the window treatment removed, more natural light floods the space, while the arc of the window adds to the home's Mediterranean style as seen on DIY Network’s The Shatner Project.

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After: Updated Shatner Kitchen

The wall separating the kitchen from the dining room was opened to create a batter flow and more modern feel. The kitchen was entirely renovated, with a large, single island replacing the two outdated islands, with custom lights created by project designer Jinnie Choi, news cabinets, GE appliances, and two custom kennels and a prep area dedicated to the Shatners' beloved dogs as seen on DIY Network’s The Shatner Project.

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New, Open Living Space

The dining room features updated furniture, and the wall separating it from the renovated kitchen is now open, creating a better flow and a more modern feel. A round table with light chairs and updated lighting give the room a fresh look. By knocking out one wall and adding a small bar instead of the buffet table, the entire home feels more open as seen on DIY Network’s The Shatner Project.

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Hardwood Floors Mirror Ceiling

In the back living room, the floor is now a dark hardwood that runs through both living rooms, the powder room, dining room and enclosed porch, and custom lights created by project designer Jinnie Choi hang from the ceiling. The water feature boasts new, low water plants. Hardwood floors mimic the ceiling design and make the greenery around the room really pop. A neutral, patterned area rug is a cozy touch that pulls the room together as seen on DIY Network’s The Shatner Project.

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William and Liz Shatner at Home

William Shatner makes his return to TV ... this time on DIY Network! Shatner and his wife Liz update a few rooms in their beautiful, Mediterranean-style home in Studio City, Calif., on DIY Network's The William Shatner Project. Here, Bill and Liz pause in their living room which will be renovated along with their porch, entry way, living and dining rooms, media room, and kitchen.

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William Shatner and His Harley

Besides his work in TV and film, William Shatner has also written novels and screenplays. In his free time, he rides his Harley Davidson, plays poker and raises American Saddlebred horses on his farm near Versailles, Kentucky. Here, Shatner secures his motorcycle on a trailer, while construction takes place inside the house as seen on DIY Network's The William Shatner Project.

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After: Enclosed Patio

After the renovation, the once-open patio is enclosed with stunning French doors. Sconces by the main doorway add an inviting touch to the home's entrance as seen on DIY Network’s The Shatner Project.

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After: Shatner's Open Kitchen

The walls separating the kitchen from the dining room, left, and the living room, right. were opened to create a batter flow and more modern feel. The kitchen was entirely renovated, with a large, single island replacing the two outdated islands, with custom lights created by project designer Jinnie Choi, news cabinets, GE appliances, and two custom kennels and a prep area dedicated to the Shatners' beloved dogs as seen on DIY Network’s The Shatner Project.

Photo By: Gilles Mingasson/Getty Images ©2014, DIY Network/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Shatner Powder Room

As seen on DIY Network's The William Shatner Project, the Shatners' beautiful Studio City, CA residence now accurately depicts the couple's love for Mediterranean style after extensive renovations. The entry foyer has been closed off from the old porch and transformed into a guest powder room. The old entry doors have been re-purposed as the powder room doors, in keeping with the Shatners' philosophy of reusing materials when possible.

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William and Liz Shatner

As seen on DIY Network's The William Shatner Project, William Shatner and his wife Liz pause on their Studio City home's new porch during construction. The extensive remodeling includes the Shatners' house's porch, entry way, living and dining rooms, media room, and an entirely new kitchen.

Photo By: Gilles Mingasson/Getty Images ©2014, DIY Network/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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