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Siblings work side by side to take on remodeling projects in Hawaii, incorporating island design and local tricks of the trade.

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When a father is deployed halfway around the world, David and Michelle Jaime step in to work on the remodel he was planning for his family's house.
aired 255 days ago
David and Michelle Jaime have big plans to transform a bland backyard into the ultimate hangout for youngsters and adults.
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A young family calls on David and Michelle Jaime to update their 1950s home; the project involves opening up the floor plan and taking advantage of the view with a wraparound deck; however, the house sits atop a steep hill, which causes challenges.
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A globetrotting family hires David and Michelle Jaime to make their home feel truly Hawaiian.
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David and Michelle Jaime update the kitchen, living room and master suite in a home that has been in their client's family for generations; Michelle's design includes a built-in dining nook and a painting to reflect the family's love for fishing.
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Daniel, Kahina and their new baby live in a charming house built in 1931 but are outgrowing their space; David and Michelle Jaime come to the rescue, designing a spacious master closet, installing storage and redesigning the bathroom.
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A couple gets in way over their heads with a DIY renovation; they call in David and Michelle Jaime to help tackle the job.
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Michelle and David are challenged to fix a previous remodel that left half of a home stuck in the 1980s.
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Michelle and David Jaime rearrange a whole house for a growing family in need of a new kitchen, dining room and master bedroom.
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David and Michelle Jaime take on Kimo and Jodie's third-generation house, which was built by Jodie's grandparents; David and Michelle open up the flow and transform the kitchen, while making sure their changes don't upset Jodie's family.
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Brother-and-sister duo Michelle and David Jaime take on a massive amount of walls that have closed off a house belonging to photographers.
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A couple reaches a standstill during demolition, so David and Michelle come to the rescue to save their remodel.
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A couple with an unfinished basement apartment that they would like to rent out call in David and Michelle Jaime to finish off the work; the siblings bring in natural wood tones and durable kitchen finishes, adding their signature Hawaiian touch.

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