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Taking "Curb Appeal" a step further, not only is the exterior of one home made much more appealing in each episode of "The Block," but designer John Gidding and his crew ensure that the dramatic new look doesn't stand out by making smaller-scale changes to other homes on the same street.

Latest episodes

aired 7 days ago
A home without personality is transformed into an artists' abode for a fun, creative couple.
aired 7 days ago
A home infamous for its overgrown weeds and lack of style is transformed into a modern masterpiece.
aired 7 days ago
A couple wants to give their bungalow more character.
aired 7 days ago
Tim and Karen live with their children in an area of San Francisco that looks more like a 1950s suburb; their home, the ugly duckling of the street, has been in their family for three generations and is starting to show signs of neglect.
aired 7 days ago
Frank and Angel live in the Berkeley Hills, but their dated home is anything but beautiful; the neighbors describe it as a drab, monochromatic box, and Angel's least favorite feature is the random strip of terra cotta tiles lining the top of facade.
aired 7 days ago
Recently engaged couple Dallis and Whitney live in the Maxwell Park neighborhood of Oakland, Calif.; their neighbors put a lot of effort into their front yards, and Whitney and Dallis worry their neighbors feel they fall short.
aired 143 days ago
A tucked away, charming neighborhood in San Francisco benefits when a home with decrepit shingles and a dilapidated fence is transformed.
aired 143 days ago
An entire street benefits when a blank and boring facade is reinvented into a charming cottage.
aired 143 days ago
Jeffrey and Kim's neighbors describe their home as bland and barren, and they themselves admit that they're embarrassed by their home; Kim even comments that it looks as if someone literally put up walls and plastered it all together.
aired 143 days ago
Homeowners Jana and Krista live in a 1970s-style neighborhood; their home is dated, and Jana and Krista would love to see it given new life; their neighbors also agree the home could use more pizzazz, more color and more personality.
aired 167 days ago
New parents feel their house does not have the charm of the rest of the neighborhood.
aired 167 days ago
A family's Victorian home gets a $20,000 makeover.
aired 167 days ago
A general store from the 1970s becomes a comfortable home.
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Sisters with contractor problems need help with their fixer-upper.
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A woman's attempts to bring color and life to her exterior fail.
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Transplanted New Yorkers are unsure of how to handle having a yard.
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A couple wants to turn a boring facade into a contemporary masterpiece.
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New parents want to transform their home from the neglected eyesore of the neighborhood.
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Newlyweds want to overcome a challenging year and restore the curb appeal of their manor home.
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A couple is overwhelmed by the renovations of a family home.
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An architect's dream of a modern home falls short.

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