An ugly awning and peeling paint are just two of this home's many problems.
A surprising shade of green gives this large basement warm, cozy ambience.
The Michaels choose an eclectic city design for their L-shaped backyard.
Give your home's entryway great depth, style and shade with a pergola.
We fill a garden trouble spot with potted plants for shade and sun.
It's Yard Crashers largest yard yet. This yard becomes a pristine park.
Amee and Grant's bathroom is an unfortunate shade of brown.
DIY Network garden experts offer planting information for 11 shade trees and easy-care perennials.
Jamey and Laura's nasty landscape sits smack at the end of a cul-de-sac.
Neighbors have lost patience with this yard, so we step in to make peace.
The Michaels turn their small backyard into an eclectic city garden.
This outdated pink pool deck just won't cut it for these new homeowners.
Create this funky freeform lampshade with beads, decoupage glue and a wire.
Taylor and Stacey's bland bathroom gets a high-tech personality upgrade.