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Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia join forces to redesign humdrum spaces, creating beautiful rooms for clients.

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aired 455 days ago
Thom and Carson must combine Joe's over-the-top style with Lisa's modest taste, while adhering to the budget which is presented on a spreadsheet; Thom and Carson redesign Akim's bakery before the single mother re-launches her business; enhanced.
aired 455 days ago
Thom and Carson work with soon-to-be empty nesters Laurie and Jeff, who are ready to turn their living room into a chic Vegas lounge; Brooklyn dentist Dr. Cox is troubled with bad online reviews due to her dismal waiting room; enhanced.

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