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Wednesday, Mar 23

7:00
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Episode 1201

Brian 'Bo' Trant and his pet pig 'Hammy,' moved into their first home with hopes of transforming the outdated basement into their own ultimate Man Cave. However, after a hurricane demolished his basement, he quickly realized he was in over his head. Now the Man Caves crew is teaming up Medieval Times to turn this dilapidated basement into a Medieval Cave that is fit for a king. With an added secret door, fireplace, and magnificent stonework, this Cave will be the most envied space in the whole Kingdom.

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7:30
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Episode 1303

Billy Osborn is a single father with two young boys who are always on the move. When Billy isn't working or commuting 4 hours a day for work, he is coaching one of the many teams his sons are involved with. Whenever Billy gets a second to himself, he has nowhere to go to escape from his everyday life so Jason and Tony are coming in and they are bringing the whole crew along. Since Billy loves the Jersey shore and the town he grew up in, he wants us to make him a Man Cave that will bring him back to those crazy Wildwood Nights with a new bar, a giant projector screen tv and one of the coolest fish tanks yet. This Man Cave will make Billy feel like he is at an upscale resort in his favorite Jersey Shore Town.

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8:00
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Episode S15

One lucky viewer is about to get the chance to win the biggest blog cabin yet! Chris Grundy and your favorite hosts from the DIY network take a neglected ranch house and transform it into a sleek, contemporary retreat with killer views. Set high atop of hill overlooking Lake Coeur d'Alene, this year's Blog Cabin is all about enjoying the setting. Walls of windows frame the gorgeous view, the open floor plan is perfect for bringing friends and family together and the thoughtful design has something for everyone.

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9:00
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Episode 301

Licensed contractor Trent Fasnacht has a passion for renovating pig's ears, aka old homes in Charleston, South Carolina. His next project is just outside the city in the small town of Summerville. It's a 107-year-old country Victorian home that has fallen into disrepair over the years. Trent starts the renovation with the exterior. He restores the original porch with period correct tongue and groove flooring, and re-uses the home's original wood shingles and century old brick to create a new arbor and front walkway.

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9:30
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Episode 302

Licensed Contractor Trent Fasnacht begins the interior renovation of his 1906 country Victorian in Summerville, South Carolina, about 30 minutes away from Charleston. Hoping to save as much of the original house as possible, Trent is careful as he begins demolition in the living room and foyer. But as soon as demo begins, he realizes termite damage and wood rot have destroyed nearly every surface, and he takes the rooms down to the studs. He sources historic flooring, creates a period-appropriate window seat, restores the beautiful fireplace and mantel top, and recreates the tray ceiling using wood molding that could have been seen in a home from 1906.

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10:00
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Episode 303

Licensed Contractor Trent Fasnacht restores the octagon room and sun room, and he creates a new side porch in this phase of the restoration of his 1906 country Victorian just outside Charleston, South Carolina. The octagon room goes from a strange blue bathroom to a dirt hole during demo, and then becomes a beautiful breakfast nook. The breakfast nook is attached to the sunroom, which also goes from a completely demoed space to a finished sitting area with plenty of Southern touches in the décor. The side porch project is almost stalled by not one but two rain storms, but in the end becomes a period-correct addition with details that mimic the home's original front porch.

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10:30
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Episode 304

Licensed Contractor Trent Fasnacht rebuilds the kitchen in its original spot at the front of his 1906 country Victorian in Summerville, South Carolina, just outside Charleston. His design plan calls for custom bead board cabinets, a glass tile backsplash and authentic butcher block countertops. He also tries his best to save the original hardwood floors, the only remaining original floors in the house. After touring a recently renovated historic home in Charleston to get ideas for his kitchen, Trent borrows the idea of using a piece of furniture in place of cabinetry for his kitchen island.

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11:00
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Episode 305

Licensed Contractor Trent Fasnacht is about half way finished rehabbing his 1906 country Victorian in Summerville, South Carolina, about 30 minutes from Charleston. In this phase of restoration, he is demolishing the home's dated bathroom, and pulling down walls in an office and bedroom. Since historic bedrooms were small and had tiny closets, Trent solves the problem by adding custom built-in bookcases in the bedroom for extra space. In the office, he tears down drywall, hoping to expose a fireplace. In the bathroom, he installs period-authentic mosaic floor tile, and creates countertops using reclaimed products common to the Charleston area, including oyster shells and recycled glass.

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11:30
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Episode 306

Licensed Contractor Trent Fasnacht finishes the restoration of his 1906 country Victorian, in Summerville, SC by turning the old 1960s kitchen and dining room addition into a beautiful master suite. In the new bedroom, Trent installs shiplap paneling, reclaimed wood floors and doors salvaged from Church Street, a historic area in Charleston. In the bathroom, he hopes to find an antique claw foot tub, and he installs marble-look porcelain tiles, along with a marble mosaic tile floor 'rug.' Once the master suite is finished, it exudes coastal calm, with elements of the past repurposed for modern use. The entire home is now finished and Trent is anxious to find out what potential buyers think of his renovation.

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12:00
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Episode 601F

Nicole makes a spur-of-the-moment bid and wins a house sight-unseen at auction. Will this Grand Boulevard tudor be a case of buyer's remorse? Nicole visits the 6-bedroom, 3-bath manor and falls in love with its historic details and rustic charm. With some new paint, a landscaping overhaul and custom woodwork, the former eyesore begins to look revitalized. By working with the home's original style, Nicole is able to enhance its curb appeal without losing any of its early Twentieth Century grand beauty.

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12:30
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Episode 603F

What do you do when thieves have stolen priceless windows and hardwood flooring from your twentieth-century estate? If you're Nicole Curtis, you adapt and recreate! As Nicole tackles the spacious dining room of her tudor home, she must use custom leaded glass and modern oak flooring to mask the missing details. In order to restore her formal dining room to its former grandness, Nicole makes sure that the new elements blend seamlessly with the original style of the home. A combination of antique and reproduction furniture, glass, and flooring leave the space stately and polished.

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1:00
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Episode 604F

A dark basement that could have easily been overlooked as an unsalvageable and unusable space is transformed into a gorgeous family room. Exposed brick and an amazing fireplace are too beautiful for Nicole to ignore, so she sets out to elevate the room from subterranean cellar to functional family room. Nicole sources local salvaged pine for the flooring and restores it to its former shine, while using cost-effective new trim, stained to match. Finally, a vintage art Deco bar is hauled down below to serve as a focal point for the new space. Using as much as she can from the original home and time period, Nicole rebuilds a basement beyond even its original potential.

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1:30
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Episode 606F

When it comes to restoring kitchens, Nicole Curtis' rule is that it should look old and work like new! In her Grand Blvd. home, she has to work with a large kitchen that offers little wall space. After a couple of re-designs and some custom woodwork, she finally settles on a layout that allows for new, modern appliances while maintaining important design elements, such as the original upper cabinets. Despite some setbacks, including a literal hole in the wall, Nicole combines the old with the new to create a gorgeous kitchen that maintains its original charm while offering the comforts of the 21st century.

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2:00
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Episode 607F

Nicole is ready to tackle the 2nd floor of the house, but one rainy day proves just how damaged the 100 year old roof is. Severe leaks are threatening to destroy multiple rooms, so Nicole gets on top of the house to inspect the damage. Most people would tear up the original clay tile and do a complete replacement, but not Nicole Curtis! Despite the extra cost, new tile is blended with old to keep the original, unique look of the house. Once the roof is water tight, two upstairs bedrooms are ready to be restored. A fresh window seat, antique glass knobs, and a stairwell re-do get Nicole closer to finishing her grand 2nd floor.

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2:30
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Episode 608F

Once a boarded-up eyesore, Nicole's first-floor solarium has the potential to be the best room in the house. With the help of her dad and a yard-sale crockpot, Nicole starts with an often overlooked detail, window hardware. Boiling the hardware removes years of paint and leaves them shiny and new, a great first step in making the solarium a bright and welcoming entryway to her Grand Blvd. estate. Some antique mirrors and light fixtures go a long way to make the room feel cozy and fresh, while maintaining the antique feel of the 100-year old home. Nicole takes a much needed break with her son to celebrate a Thanksgiving parade in her home city, Detroit.

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3:00
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Episode 609F

What's Nicole Curtis' favorite kind of bathroom to renovate? One with almost entirely original fixtures! With the help of a 1920's mint condition porcelain sink, Nicole is able to transform the Jack and Jill bathroom in her Grand Blvd. home without sacrificing its antique integrity. Two bedrooms, one girl's, one boy's, lay on either side. After stripping the wallpaper, restoring the original oak floors and adding some new paint, the rooms are almost move-in ready. All that's left is for her son to stage the room with personal touches, and clean the unique Inglenook that provides a centerpiece for the boy's room.

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3:30
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Episode 610F

If Nicole is going to turn the entire third floor of her Grand Blvd. estate into a master suite, a custom new bathroom will have to be the first step. She starts with an overcrowded, neglected bath that doesn't fit her grandiose plans. By knocking down a wall and changing some angles, the floorplan is expanded to include a double vanity, claw-foot tub and walk-in shower. Despite a small plumbing mishap, Nicole's new bathroom is shaping up to be one of the most original and inviting spaces in her 1913 auction home.

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4:00
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Episode 611F

Nicole's 1913 mansion in the heart of Detroit is topped with an old, dusty attic that was once servant's quarters. Though some homeowners might have just seen room for storage, Nicole sees the opposite: a master suite! A sitting room, dressing room and gorgeous master bedroom take form, thanks to a little salvaging and a lot of hard work. Nicole never wastes original fixtures, even if it's an ancient broken mirror or a period chandelier from a local commercial building. From gross to gorgeous, Nicole makes her master suite a million dollar space on a "Detroit budget."

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4:30
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Episode 612F

The century-old Tudor house is one thing, but Nicole Curtis also wants to make sure the garage is up to par. Over the years, the structure has been neglected so there's a long road ahead: roof repair takes a lot of time, but Nicole is able to salvage some important tile and wood. By re-using original ceramic roof tile and finding new replicas, the look and feel is restored rather than forgotten. A restored porch is added off the solarium, as Nicole gets started on making the laundry room a warm and inviting space.

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5:00
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Episode 613F

It's a family affair as Nicole tackles an old shack that desperately needs some loving restoration. With the help of her brother, her nephew and her son, Ethan, carpets come up, there's new paint and a new fence. Since this is basically a crash pad, Nicole tries to keep her costs to an absolute minimum. But at the end of the day, Nicole transforms this unlivable space into a cozy new home.

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5:30
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Episode 701

This is one of the largest kitchens Nicole has ever tackled, and it's her grandparents' kitchen. Built in 1956, the kitchen itself has been around for over half a century, but was unfortunately redone in the '90s, eliminating it's mid-century modern charm. Nicole wants to restore the ugly kitchen to how it looked when she was a child. New hardwood floors replace linoleum and Nicole designs custom, vintage-inspired cabinets to provide a nostalgic feel to the treasured room. Right down to a salvaged green phone, the kitchen begins to be reborn as it was in Nicole's childhood memories.

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6:00
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Episode 702

For Nicole's next project, it's gonna be sink or swim! The indoor pool that Nicole's grandfather built by hand is getting a much-needed refresher. First up, the safety and mechanical systems of the pool need to be overhauled to meet modern standards. The beautiful cedar ceiling and aquamarine walls are original so there is no way Nicole will change those, they just need a good wash and some new paint. In the biggest design challenge of the entire project, Nicole boldly replaces the original doors, which had been ruined with age, with giant glass garage doors to let in light and views of the surrounding countryside.

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6:30
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Episode 703

Nicole Curtis tackles the family room of her family's home! Off the pool lies a dated family room, covered in wood paneling and boasting a large mechanical room for the pool equipment. Nicole sees opportunity for a beautiful bathroom, and an updated, retro family room that pays homage to her Grandfather's original plans. It wouldn't be Nicole if some gorgeous wood, and not-so-gorgeous hunting themed paneling, is lovingly re purposed to update the room into a modern yet rustic haven.

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7:00
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Episode 704

Nicole Curtis saves the original Mid-Century bathroom in her Grandparents' house in her classic style; by preserving critical elements while updating tired design choices. The original blue tile, hand laid by her Grandfather, is saved, but working with the original tile color poses some challenges for Nicole. Rather than hiding from the blue tile Nicole embraces it wholeheartedly and bases her entire design around it. Finally Nicole removes a tacky 80s seashell vanity and replaces it with a much needed double-sink.

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7:30
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Episode 705

Nicole's grandparents house sits on a sprawling 5 acre parcel. This apartment has a lot of sentimental value to the family, over the years pretty much everyone has lived there at one point or another, including Nicole! Taking a break from the main house renovation, Nicole tackles the apartment with a series of fun, chic changes that don't cost a fortune: fresh paint, refinished hardwood floors and wallpaper all contribute to bringing this neglected space up to date.

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8:00
PM
Episode 706

In this episode, Nicole Curtis tackles the heart of her Grandparents' home, the living room and dining room. The most 'photographed' rooms in the house, these projects present Nicole with a very clear visual template to work from. Fixing the original fireplace and it's plaster moulding presents a relatively easy, if messy, challenge. Sourcing and replacing the iconic chandelier in the dining room with an exact match may prove an impossible task.

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8:30
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Episode 707

Nicole Curtis tackles one of her biggest challenges yet, all of the original bedrooms in the home built by her Grandparents. Nicole is faced with a dilemma, the previous owners trashed the original windows and design, now it's up to her to fix their mistakes. Will Nicole be able to infuse life, design and personality into these ruined spaces?

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9:00
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Episode 708

Nicole Curtis tackles one of the hardest spaces in her grandparents' mid-century home, the basement. With space at a premium, Nicole must battle water, structural problems, dilapidated windows and poorly placed duct work to turn a neglected area into a much needed gathering space.

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9:30
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Episode 501

Nicole's next project is restoring an historic mansion in the Summit district of St. Paul. Unfortunately some key rooms have been completely ripped apart and her first task is to rebuild the gutted powder room from scratch. With the original materials no longer available Nicole gets creative with custom paneling and salvaged tile and creates a brand new room with a 1904 feel.

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10:00
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Episode 502F

Nicole turns her attention to taking the pink and gold kitsch out of the formal dining room. Restoring the floors, swapping out sconces and repairing the stained glass windows take the room out of the 1970s and back to 1904. Meanwhile, at another of her houses, a buyer pulls out at the 11th hour causing Nicole to make some quick decisions.

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10:30
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Episode 503F

Nicole cleans up the swimming pool and converts some garage space into a much needed changing room area. Tapping into the sewer line causes more mess than she bargained for while she also finds some time to take some swimming lessons.

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11:00
PM
Episode 504F

Nicole takes on the living room and study, restoring the rooms to their former 1904 glory by polishing up the original woodworking details in the rooms. She stains the damaged floors in the living room to cover up years of neglect and discovers a shocking surprise in the study. In the midst of renovation, Nicole finds the time to swap out her boots for high heels for a women's health charity event.

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11:30
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Episode 505F

The Summit mansion hasn't been painted since 1972 and needs a major face lift. After years of damage, all of the outdoor wood railing and detail are rotting and need to be replaced. Nicole rips out the rotting wood and repaints them to match the original color of the brick. To complete the look of the historic home, Nicole builds new brick columns with brick on the deck. Nicole's son Ethan learns some of her renovation tricks when he pitches in and replaces some of the original beams and runs errands around town.

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12:00
AM
Episode 708

Nicole Curtis tackles one of the hardest spaces in her grandparents' mid-century home, the basement. With space at a premium, Nicole must battle water, structural problems, dilapidated windows and poorly placed duct work to turn a neglected area into a much needed gathering space.

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12:30
AM
Episode 501

Nicole's next project is restoring an historic mansion in the Summit district of St. Paul. Unfortunately some key rooms have been completely ripped apart and her first task is to rebuild the gutted powder room from scratch. With the original materials no longer available Nicole gets creative with custom paneling and salvaged tile and creates a brand new room with a 1904 feel.

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1:00
AM
Episode 502F

Nicole turns her attention to taking the pink and gold kitsch out of the formal dining room. Restoring the floors, swapping out sconces and repairing the stained glass windows take the room out of the 1970s and back to 1904. Meanwhile, at another of her houses, a buyer pulls out at the 11th hour causing Nicole to make some quick decisions.

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1:30
AM
Episode 503F

Nicole cleans up the swimming pool and converts some garage space into a much needed changing room area. Tapping into the sewer line causes more mess than she bargained for while she also finds some time to take some swimming lessons.

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2:00
AM
Episode 504F

Nicole takes on the living room and study, restoring the rooms to their former 1904 glory by polishing up the original woodworking details in the rooms. She stains the damaged floors in the living room to cover up years of neglect and discovers a shocking surprise in the study. In the midst of renovation, Nicole finds the time to swap out her boots for high heels for a women's health charity event.

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2:30
AM
Episode 505F

The Summit mansion hasn't been painted since 1972 and needs a major face lift. After years of damage, all of the outdoor wood railing and detail are rotting and need to be replaced. Nicole rips out the rotting wood and repaints them to match the original color of the brick. To complete the look of the historic home, Nicole builds new brick columns with brick on the deck. Nicole's son Ethan learns some of her renovation tricks when he pitches in and replaces some of the original beams and runs errands around town.

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3:00
AM
Episode 706

In this episode, Nicole Curtis tackles the heart of her Grandparents' home, the living room and dining room. The most 'photographed' rooms in the house, these projects present Nicole with a very clear visual template to work from. Fixing the original fireplace and it's plaster moulding presents a relatively easy, if messy, challenge. Sourcing and replacing the iconic chandelier in the dining room with an exact match may prove an impossible task.

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3:30
AM
Episode 707

Nicole Curtis tackles one of her biggest challenges yet, all of the original bedrooms in the home built by her Grandparents. Nicole is faced with a dilemma, the previous owners trashed the original windows and design, now it's up to her to fix their mistakes. Will Nicole be able to infuse life, design and personality into these ruined spaces?

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4:30
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Episode 113

Andy and Shannon's living room is the largest room in the house yet they never seem to use it. The room's poor lighting and terrible layout are just a couple of problems that make this room less than desirable in which to entertain. Flux combines their signature bent metal organic-style with reclaimed barn wood to create an entertainment center with decorative accent shelving. To create better flow between the living room and connected dining room, the guys add a see-through fireplace clad with blue stone that also adorns the nearby walls. Atop the fireplace sits an organic-style candelabra, creating one giant work of art. As a focal point in the room, Flux adds a one-of-a-kind "tree" table with glass top. Additionally, track lighting, a brighter paint job and a sectional sofa make this room the couple's new favorite spot in the house.

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