Catrina gets a bargain on a couple of houses from a house mover and plans to make one a main house and the other a guest house. She invites Gary's Girls to work with her and Casey to create a cohesive rustic design for both.
Things heat up at an auction in Fort Worth when the Snow Sisters end up winning a cute three-bed, one-bath home. At another auction, Randy wins a small garage-like structure, but has to give up on his plan to turn it into a guesthouse after he injures his leg.
The Hayhurst Brothers travel two hours from home to snag a house at auction. The move will be long and costly so they make the renovation cost effective by building a large add-on and using the original knotty pine for unique design features throughout the house.
Gary's Girls win an adorable farmhouse at auction that needs to be cut in half before it's moved. After asking Donna and Toni if they have a small home to add to the property, the group creates a clean and sleek design that results in a functional family property.
Donna and Toni win a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home at auction they plan to turn into a craftsman-inspired bungalow. Pleased with their purchase, the sisters start the renovation with a large addition and pull out all the stops to get what they want.
Casey and Catrina score a small house at auction and discover loads of trash inside. After cleaning up the mess, they're able to reconfigure the three-bed, two-bath home into a spacious and functional cottage. They also discover an old shed in the back lot, so Paige and Raf are asked to come on board to bring it back to life.
Casey and Catrina get a good deal on a piece of land and decide that two houses they recently won at auction will work nicely together on the property. Instead of tackling both projects themselves, they enlist the Hayhurst Brothers to renovate the smaller house. The two teams work together to create a design for the structures that will complement each other.
Gary's Girls add over 700 square feet to a house to create a floor plan full of ideal entertaining spaces. They add design features that include gables, vaulted ceilings and transom windows, then tie everything together by incorporating a large brick fireplace in the living area.