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Mother-daughter design duo Tish and Brandi Cyrus have honed their interior-design abilities in their own homes over the years, and they now feel that they have the talent to make a business out of it. They head out to the streets of their hometown of Nashville to share their skills with friends and word-of-mouth clients. In each episode, Tish and Brandi each present a competing idea, with a given budget, to a client for a room that needs a design re-do. After the client selects one of the plans, the family pair must work together to turn the chosen vision into a reality. Facing decor dilemmas and makeover malfunctions along the way, the mother-daughter team hopes to deliver the desired results without cracking under the pressure.

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aired 382 days ago
Interior designers Tish and Brandi Cyrus take on their first clients, and their challenge is to redesign the homeowners' living room and bathroom to be both kid friendly and luxurious at the same time.
aired 866 days ago
Hoping to entice Miley Cyrus to come visit more, Billy Ray challenges Tish and Brandi to convert their old barn into a home Miley can call her own; everything goes wrong, and Tish and Brandi must race the clock to finish before Miley arrives.
aired 867 days ago
Tish and Brandi deal with their biggest project, a unique duplex that needs to be transformed into a single-family home for a young couple wanting to expand their family.
aired 867 days ago
Facing a design dilemma, Tish and Brandi must merge the opposing styles of their newest and fussiest clients, a top music executive and his wife; Tish and Brandi strive to combine Native American design with Hollywood glamour.
aired 867 days ago
A single mom and her son challenge Tish and Brandi to complete existing construction in their foyer, living and dining room, while also creating a cool place to hang out in the den; Tish surprises her clients.
aired 867 days ago
Tish and Brandi need to create a forever home for a military family by upgrading the kitchen, living room and den; Billy Ray Cyrus shows his support with a special impromptu performance in the redesigned space.

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