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Gaining a large following initially as the co-star of the hit series "Flip or Flop," Christina Anstead (formerly Christina El Moussa) begins her new TV life as the focus of her own docuseries. It highlights the real estate and house-flipping professional as she helps clients transform outdated properties into high-end spaces filled with distinctive design elements and "cool SoCal style." The series also delves into Christina's personal journey, including finding the perfect home and her engagement and wedding to now-husband Ant Anstead ("Wheeler Dealers"), all while balancing parenthood and career.

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A kitchen and living room makeover.
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Empty nesters tackle a long overdue kitchen remodel in their midcentury modern home, and the couple want it to sing with Liberace glam, but all that fabulousness comes with some sticker shock.
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Christina returns to work after having her baby, but she needs help from her friends as she juggles dealing with a newborn and the stresses of her job; a couple wants a bright kitchen with a modern-farmhouse design and an open layout.
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Remodeling a couples's bedroom and bath; unexpected costs begin to mount.
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Designing a modern-Craftsman look for an outdated kitchen.
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Christina's clients want to update their dark and outdated kitchen, challenging her to balance their contrasting styles; she's further put to the test when rain delays the renovation and materials go out of stock.
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Christina helps her best friend, Cassie, renovate her kitchen and living room, but the upstairs doesn't fit the new vibe; now, Cassie tackles her master bathroom but struggles to make sacrifices to stay on budget.
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After living in their home for 17 years and saving up for the past 12, a couple dives into a massive renovation to create their dream kitchen; Christina plans an open concept, but unexpected discoveries threaten her idea.
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A couple expecting their first child take on a kitchen renovation and hope to complete it before the baby arrives; she has a boho-chic style, and it doesn't mesh with his hopes for something clean and sleek.
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A recently married couple is blending both their family and style; while he made upgrades to the house years ago, she's ready to insert her own flavor so the space reflects both of their personalities and their new life together.
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Christina helps a local firefighter with a kitchen renovation; his wife would prefer a clean look, while he wants something reminiscent of the firehouse.
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A busy mom of three requests the ultimate kitchen; she wants Christina to give the dated space an open-beachy feel while still keeping it functional for her family.
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A couple is in a rush to renovate their kitchen before the arrival of their second child; they have faith that Christina will help them figure out the perfect makeover for their growing family in time.
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A couple who has been steadily renovating their Huntington Beach home has only one room left to conquer; they hope Christina can turn their cramped, dark master suite into the bathroom of their dreams.
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In Costa Mesa, Calif., a couple wants to update their master bedroom and bathroom, and they need Christina's help to merge their tastes into a cohesive design; while she's a fan of rustic decor, he prefers modern, clean and contemporary.
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In Tustin, Calif., a couple starts to work on cosmetic changes to their new home, but they have to put the kitchen on hold when their daughter is born; now, they need Christina's expertise to update the space.
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A couple's master suite is very outdated and in desperate need of a makeover; Christina rolls up her sleeves and turns the run-down room into a chic and functional space.
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Christina's lifelong friend, Cassie, is moving back to her childhood home in Anaheim Hills, Calif.; it has not been renovated in over 17 years, and she hopes Christina can make her kitchen and dining area look better than ever before.
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Christina and Ant take on an ambitious backyard remodel for their newly blended family to enjoy during the summer.

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