Casey and Catrina pull inspiration from Southwestern style when they use stucco, arches and plenty of red and turquoise on their home. Meanwhile, the Snow sisters learn how to keep an elegant secret when they find a hidden room that can serve as anything from a private pantry to a storm shelter.
Donna purchases a two-story home while Toni is on vacation and brother Gary helps Donna get the project started. When Toni returns, she and Donna get to work infusing a Southern Colonial style into the home with the use of columns, trim and lots of molding.
After the Snow Sisters and Gary's Girls both had their eyes on a set of linked houses, the two teams decide to go in together and each take half. The Snow Sisters have the Texas Hill Country in mind and decide to turn their half into a retreat-style home fit for hosting plenty of folks with its built-in banquette. Gary's Girls take their half and create a cozy cottage with a sizable dose of upscale flair that features a beautiful staircase out front.
Gary's Girls transform a frumpy dump of a house into a mountain lodge fit the Rockies, while the Snow sisters roll up their sleeves to create a family-friendly home out of a trashed house.
The Snow sisters give a tired ranch house new life by eliminating architectural issues and creating a spacious environment. This comfortable home gets a contemporary living area, a feature wall and a convenient built-in laundry chute in the master bathroom, making this home irresistible to the sisters' private buyer.