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Monday, Jul 20

7:00
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Episode 204

It's something only Bronson Pinchot could do - build a house within his house! And only from salvage no less. He designs and builds a guest house in the south parlor of his much bigger house.

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7:30
AM
Episode 202

Danielle has been contacted by a couple in crisis! Patrick has asked his long time partner Phillip to move in with him. But Phillip hates the rundown, dated style of Patrick's place and doesn't want to live there. Desperate to take his relationship to the next level, Patrick puts pressure on Danielle to revamp his 60s inspired bungalow in to a stylish space that'll convince Philip to finally move in. Demolition exposes some major structural issues, forcing Danielle come up with a few creative solutions in order to save the project, and her clients' relationship.

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8:00
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Episode 604

Jim, Danielle, and their two daughters found their dream home about 10 months ago, but the house needs a lot of work. While they are comfortable tackling the living room and bedrooms, the one room they know they need help with is the upstairs bathroom. See as host Jeff Devlin helps change this outdated and useless bathroom into a Zen, beach-inspired room. Jeff adds a curved shower with tile that resembles a wave, double wall faucets over a modern trough sink, sea grass wallpaper on the ceiling, white wash wood on the vanity wall and bamboo and pebble rock on the floor.

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8:30
AM
Episode 402

Jake and Joel Moss turn a massive blank slate of a yard into an outdoor lounge inspired by the homeowners' love for wine and entertainment. Three wine bottle walls provide the perfect amount of privacy to enjoy the terraced BBQ station and wine bar. A contemporary fire bowl sits atop a patio of pavers interwoven with artificial turf to lend to the modern feel. Modular planters, ample seating, and rustic landscaping bring a taste of wine country to this backyard.

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9:00
AM
Episode 404

After 5 minutes inside this home, Jake and Joel realize it's all modern design and relaxation for this couple. The Moss brothers create a new backyard with Zen like planters, which flank a tranquil, backlit water feature that sits atop a new composite deck. Metal walls act as privacy screens for the custom built benches that surround a bright, new fire feature. Light towers and lush landscaping lead the way to an inviting spa that rounds out this modern relaxation zone.

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9:30
AM
Episode 406

Landscape designers Jake and Joel Moss use a peacock theme to bring some wild life to this backyard. A metal feather-plumed kegerator bar and a massive stylized peacock pergola create a striking focal point. A new lawn area surrounded by a lush border of colorful shrubs and flowers combined with a metal fire pit creates a relaxing ground-level party spot.

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10:00
AM
Episode 408

Jake and Joel clue in on the homeowners love of all things travel to bring some international intrigue into this bland backyard. This Mid-Century Modern design starts with a retro style lounge topped by a stunning, gold-metal sunburst pergola. Supporting the pergola is a huge lodge-pole ringed with jack-leg chairs and an antiqued old-world map table. A brick patio, custom benches, a custom art wall, and a one-of-a kind steel globe fire feature finish off the yard.

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10:30
AM
Episode 410

The brothers Moss kick up the cowboy cool starting with a lofty threshing wheel fire feature nestled in a stunning sunken conversation pit studded with railroad ties. A vast outdoor kitchen features a stone-studded BBQ station and an extra long dining island capped in copper. The design is rounded out with a redwood skeet shooting deck that cantilevers over the grand valley.

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11:00
AM
Episode 412

The brothers Moss find their inner Zen and bring a much-needed sense of calm to this hectic backyard. This outdoor oasis is centered around a Namaste retreat, complete with a Lotus shaped fire feature floating on a tranquil pool and surrounded by concrete yoga dome seating. Across the yard sits a retro lounge with a slatted wall for privacy, a roof terrace covered in artificial turf, and a new concrete block bar. To add to the period feel, the yard is finished off with vibrant plants and surrounded by red lava rock.

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11:30
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Episode 413

The Moss Brothers take on a mid century modern makeover in the style of the home's architecture. The yard is huge and the design is overly ambitious for a 2-day makeover. They'll build an oversized bamboo composite deck and then add large timber walls with shelves and a vertical slatted backdrop, a brick fire feature with a stainless steel hood, uber-long brick planters, and a bird lover's dream of a water feature complete with two sandhill cranes frolicking in the pond.

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12:00
PM
Episode 411

The Moss Brothers take their inspiration for this backyard makeover from the faraway land of Nepal. The result is a gathering spot for family and friends underneath a super-high pitched roof pergola adorned in festive paint and curved headers, a beefy old world square table with sturdy matching bench stools, a huge stacked stone terraced garden brimming with flowers and herbs, chicken coops roofed in cedar, and an extra-long two tiered BBQ island with a drop in grill.

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12:30
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Episode 409

Two art professionals who've created a masterpiece on the interior of their home will turn their backyard over to The Moss Brothers for a complete overhaul. The crew cranks out all kinds of geometric shapes to bring an artsy cubist feel to the space. The scene includes sculptural monolithic walls that frame in a three-sided bench faced in copper. A flagstone patio outlined in moss plantings becomes home to three cubist water features with reclaimed seat surrounds, while the entire picture is enclosed with unique minimalist plantings that add to the drama of the stunning setting.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1301

A blank slate backyard gets a taste of Asian flair with layers of redwood decks with a cool lounge fire pit area and a one-of-a-kind floating table with a specialty wood countertop. A synthetic lawn and horseshoe pit with custom-made backstop bars on either side, a tranquil basalt water feature and dry streambed and Asian inspired plants throughout the yard complete the transformation.

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1:30
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Episode 1302

A barren back yard is transformed into a Mediterranean outdoor living space with a stone spa house, a pergola with Tuscan style columns, and a large cobble terrace. In addition, a fireplace flanked with water walls and a barbecue counter are built. Finally, Italian inspired plants such as olive, lavender, flax and cypress are added to the landscape.

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2:00
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Episode 1303

An unusable farmhouse style backyard gets a rustic country makeover, which includes a wooden stoop with a custom doggie door, a farmhouse table with arbor and a one-of-a-kind branch chandelier hanging from above. A quartzite stone patio with stepping-stones, a unique metal fire pit and a dilapidated vintage door is repurposed into an outdoor bar countertop. And finally, a corrugated metal water feature and new sod and plants surround the yard.

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2:30
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Episode 1304

Matt finds Charlotte, North Carolina's biggest stock car fans and turns their boring back yard into an entertaining space inspired by their love of racing. Floor mats are laid out in a checkerboard pattern for the patio and an outdoor kitchen is added with a custom tool-chest barbecue along with a bar with a racetrack inspired concrete countertop. A step up to the winner's circle paver patio reveals a concrete "tire" fire pit, race car seating, water fall and curved arbor. Finally, privacy plants are added along with sod to complete the ultimate race car fan party pad.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1305

These homeowners are huge music lovers and former band members, so Chris and his team incorporated into their backyard a unique vinyl record bar countertop with beer dispenser, stained the existing concrete, and opened up their patio by removing some of their dilapidated overhang cover. They installed concrete stepping-stones into the new sod, which leads you to a floating redwood deck and pergola. Off to the side they created a unique water and fire feature all in one. And finally, they planted colorful low maintenance plants throughout the yard and a large specimen maple tree to admire.

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3:30
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Episode 1306

Chris finds Sacramento homeowners who are desperate to overhaul their terribly overgrown messy back yard. They want a space with a Hawaiian vibe where they can cook and dine among tropical foliage. Chris steps up and delivers a space that includes a new deck with boardwalk leading out to a step up concrete patio with a beautiful hanging rock water feature. In addition, Chris adds a large outdoor kitchen with grill and prep space that is all faced with bamboo. Lush flowers are added to complete the Hawaiian entertaining space.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1307

Homeowner Danae begged Chris to come home with her, and when he did, he agreed that her bi-level patio was uninspiring and dull. Denae and her husband want a contemporary usable space to eat dinner, cook and relax. Chris delivers with a sleek design that includes a wood overlay for the lower patio, a tile overlay for the upper patio and a colorful wood retaining wall. He also includes a fireplace and lounge seating for below, a custom dining table for above, and a modern water feature. Finally, he adds lots of trees and funky topiaries to ensure privacy.

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4:30
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Episode 1308

These homeowners love the great outdoors! Chris delivered their love to them, which includes a natural stacked stone fire pit and redwood log benches, and decomposed granite patio. A massive gable style pergola with an outdoor kitchen loaded with a stainless steel BBQ grill, a granite counter prep station and a combination pizza oven and smoker all in one. Adjacent to the grill is a live redwood edge countertop and a stoned faced bar. A large family style dining table with redwood stumps for chairs, a beautiful stone water feature and a brand new colored stamped concrete patio with colorful lush plants surrounds the entire yard.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1309

Chris and team head to Blog Cabin in Central Florida to transform the spacious backyard property into a relaxing and entertaining hang out. He builds a slatted privacy wall with built in benches for lounging, complete with living walls to showcase Florida's lush landscaping. Nearby, he adds a metal fire pit with seating and a pebble pathway leading to the large cobblestone patio. On it, he builds two kitchen islands, one for dining and one for grilling that are faced in stone. Finally, he builds a bocce court and two waterski Adirondack chairs to complete this lakeside retreat.

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5:30
PM
Episode 1310

Transplants David and Kiki moved to Austin for the vibrant music and food scene, but their stark graveled yard is a far cry from an entertaining space. They want a place to play music and share food and cocktails with friends. Inspired by Austin's eclectic and funky scene, Chris designs an outdoor room with a lounge area with low bench seating and a covered pergola, grass for the couple's dog, and an outdoor bar faced in wood and metal. He also adds a performing stage with a colorful plexiglass screen backdrop, a shell keg water feature, and fence for privacy. Finally, for some fun, Chris adds a graffiti inspired dart board and a large building block game.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1311

This small unusable deck is going big Texas style! Chris and his crew deliver in a big way by transforming a dead zone of a deck into a functional outdoor dining area with a custom prep station bar all on a new massive cedar deck. A natural flagstone patio with a fire pit gathering area and a tranquil bubbling moss water feature are added. And finally, large privacy screens are built with lush trailing vines and colorful plants to complete the yard.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1312

These homeowners are frustrated with the heap of trash in their yard. Chris and his crew transform this trashy trove into a treasure paradise with a beefy redwood pergola with a rain chain water feature and a custom faux dining table, a beautiful stamped concrete pad leading to a stone fire pit with custom made beefy lounge chairs and redwood block end tables. To soften the hardscapes, colorful plants and new sod is installed throughout the yard.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1402

Wendy & Demond have a plain backyard. They'd like an outdoor space to cook and chill in so Chris comes to their aide. The existing sod and old brick pathway is removed and replaced with a new flagstone pathway. A new concrete patio is poured and a beautiful redwood pergola is built onto it with some reclaimed lumber and shutters as the backdrop. A custom outdoor kitchen is constructed with a special countertop and wood siding base. A beautiful water feature surrounded by herbs & veggies becomes a functional part of the yard. Masonry & wood benches provide an entertainment spot around the metal fire feature. A one-of-a-kind sports scoreboard is created for their energetic baseball loving family along with new sod and surrounding plants!

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7:30
PM
Episode 1403

Tim and Robyn Arthur can't use their backyard. The deck is too small for a table and there are no railings separating the deck from the above ground pool. Chris comes to their rescue by demoing the deck and pool, and building a new large cabana-style deck with dining space, grilling space and bar. He includes a metal and wood railing for safety and drapes for privacy. Stairs lead down to a new concrete and turf checked patio with a lounging area and unique water feature. Finally, grasses and birch trees are added for a beachy vibe.

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8:00
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Episode 1313

Amanda & Tyler have a boring back yard. They'd like a place to eat & entertain so Chris agrees to help them with their vision. The existing covered deck is enhanced by updating the existing railing. A surround is built for Tyler's smoker so that it becomes his outdoor kitchen with a granite countertop prep area. The side stairs which were awkward are replaced with corner stairs that provide more room as well as drop down to a huge new concrete patio complete with a brick fire pit. A large metal water feature becomes the focal point of the yard. Wood & metal privacy screens are built to hide the back neighbor's house. Horse troughs are repurposed into raised planter beds. And finally, the master bedroom's landing is enlarged and a curved brick seat wall is added to make the space more cohesive. Large trees and colorful landscaping is added, along with new sod.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1202

These professional homeowners are dismayed with what to do with their empty yard. Matt transforms it into a modern fusion of art and Asian style with a redwood pergola with slanted louvers for optimal shade, a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen, and salvaged tree timbers flooring. A relaxing fire pit area, which includes a custom metal water feature, and a meditative Zen rock garden with large boulders, gravel and a special Zen garden rake complete the transformation.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1401

Sonora persuades Chris to come see her backyard in her brand new house, a big empty space with one huge redwood tree in the middle. Using that for inspiration, Chris comes up with a mountain retreat design that starts with covering up her existing concrete pad with natural stone, and building a wood privacy screen to block out her neighbor's huge RV. He adds a large ledgestone water feature as well as a big wooden deck topped with a custom made dining table. He uses boulders to define a fire pit area and adds large redwood trees, cedars and ferns. Finally, he turns a ski lift chair into a comfy swing and surrounds it with lush landscaping.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1405

Pedro and Alicia purchased their Eichler home and have spent time redoing the inside but have neglected the outside. It's a messy space with no flow and no shade. The couple begged Chris to help them transform it into a mid century modern entertaining space. Chris starts with demoing the existing cracked concrete pad and replacing it with concrete squares in a grid pattern. Pedro is a chef so Chris adds a large 'L' shape kitchen & bar island faced in metal mesh, and an herb garden. For Alicia, he includes a large metal shade structure over a dining space. The rickety block wall is replaced with a cement and glass block water wall to become the yard's focal point.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1406

Chris Lambton and his team takes this narrow dust bowl of a yard and converts it into a rustic romantic haven with a metal hanging bed and natural flagstone patio. Not one but two giant water features tie into one pond. Three hardscape patios and shade sails block the Reno, Nevada heat. To define the spaces a decorative art wall is constructed and an old fence gets a new look with varying colors.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1107

House Crashers crashes Long Island and takes on one needy kitchen! These homeowners have a kitchen with old cabinets, broken appliances, worn flooring and hideous T-bar ceiling but that's all transformed into an elegant, classic kitchen! This former eye sore of a kitchen becomes the main event for this house including a custom dining table, all new cabinets, appliances and glass backsplash, plus a custom bar and bright new dining room.

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11:30
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Episode 1108

Strategy is the name of the game as the House Crashers crew transforms a drab, cavernous media room into a multipurpose hot spot for game playing aficionados. The guys will create 4 distinct chill zones including a wet bar with sparkling blue countertops, wine fridge and a lit-from-behind bar face. The fireplace gets a pop of flair with floor-to-ceiling textured ceramic tile that wraps around 2 walls. A media zone includes a 50-inch flat screen, brand new comfy couch, and a game inspired photographic art project. Rounding out the room is the game corner that includes a massive floating shelving unit.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1202

These professional homeowners are dismayed with what to do with their empty yard. Matt transforms it into a modern fusion of art and Asian style with a redwood pergola with slanted louvers for optimal shade, a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen, and salvaged tree timbers flooring. A relaxing fire pit area, which includes a custom metal water feature, and a meditative Zen rock garden with large boulders, gravel and a special Zen garden rake complete the transformation.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1401

Sonora persuades Chris to come see her backyard in her brand new house, a big empty space with one huge redwood tree in the middle. Using that for inspiration, Chris comes up with a mountain retreat design that starts with covering up her existing concrete pad with natural stone, and building a wood privacy screen to block out her neighbor's huge RV. He adds a large ledgestone water feature as well as a big wooden deck topped with a custom made dining table. He uses boulders to define a fire pit area and adds large redwood trees, cedars and ferns. Finally, he turns a ski lift chair into a comfy swing and surrounds it with lush landscaping.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1405

Pedro and Alicia purchased their Eichler home and have spent time redoing the inside but have neglected the outside. It's a messy space with no flow and no shade. The couple begged Chris to help them transform it into a mid century modern entertaining space. Chris starts with demoing the existing cracked concrete pad and replacing it with concrete squares in a grid pattern. Pedro is a chef so Chris adds a large 'L' shape kitchen & bar island faced in metal mesh, and an herb garden. For Alicia, he includes a large metal shade structure over a dining space. The rickety block wall is replaced with a cement and glass block water wall to become the yard's focal point.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1406

Chris Lambton and his team takes this narrow dust bowl of a yard and converts it into a rustic romantic haven with a metal hanging bed and natural flagstone patio. Not one but two giant water features tie into one pond. Three hardscape patios and shade sails block the Reno, Nevada heat. To define the spaces a decorative art wall is constructed and an old fence gets a new look with varying colors.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1107

House Crashers crashes Long Island and takes on one needy kitchen! These homeowners have a kitchen with old cabinets, broken appliances, worn flooring and hideous T-bar ceiling but that's all transformed into an elegant, classic kitchen! This former eye sore of a kitchen becomes the main event for this house including a custom dining table, all new cabinets, appliances and glass backsplash, plus a custom bar and bright new dining room.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1108

Strategy is the name of the game as the House Crashers crew transforms a drab, cavernous media room into a multipurpose hot spot for game playing aficionados. The guys will create 4 distinct chill zones including a wet bar with sparkling blue countertops, wine fridge and a lit-from-behind bar face. The fireplace gets a pop of flair with floor-to-ceiling textured ceramic tile that wraps around 2 walls. A media zone includes a 50-inch flat screen, brand new comfy couch, and a game inspired photographic art project. Rounding out the room is the game corner that includes a massive floating shelving unit.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1313

Amanda & Tyler have a boring back yard. They'd like a place to eat & entertain so Chris agrees to help them with their vision. The existing covered deck is enhanced by updating the existing railing. A surround is built for Tyler's smoker so that it becomes his outdoor kitchen with a granite countertop prep area. The side stairs which were awkward are replaced with corner stairs that provide more room as well as drop down to a huge new concrete patio complete with a brick fire pit. A large metal water feature becomes the focal point of the yard. Wood & metal privacy screens are built to hide the back neighbor's house. Horse troughs are repurposed into raised planter beds. And finally, the master bedroom's landing is enlarged and a curved brick seat wall is added to make the space more cohesive. Large trees and colorful landscaping is added, along with new sod.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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4:30
AM
Episode 101

With Joey Lawrence at the helm, design pros and pop culture experts open up the DIY Network and HGTV archives to tackle the worst trends from the 1980s as we answer the question: "What were we thinking?" From the mystique of the waterbed and the luxury of a carpeted bathroom, to the unsightliness of glass bricks, That's So 80s is covering every room in the house. Additional topics include Tech & Gloss, Sponge Painting, Pastels, Chia Pets, and Ferns.

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