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Former "Trading Spaces" designer Genevieve Gorder reviews design issues submitted by viewers and offers much more than a helpful tip or two: She selects a lucky homeowner in each episode who receives a personal visit from Gorder. After talking with the homeowners about the specific problems they are having with a room and getting a feel for their tastes, Gorder and her team go to work on a complete makeover.

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A woman wants a library where she can work from home.
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A living room with a dysfunctional layout needs improvement.
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Redoing a small, outdated, inconvenient kitchen.
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Genevieve helps a bossy fan transform her drab living and dining rooms.
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After a decade of saving, a couple's master bath renovation is becoming a reality.
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The team helps their carpenter finish his baby's nursery before the due date.
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A living room does not reflect the fun, youthful personalities of its owners.
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Homeowners want to utilize the train caboose that is in their backyard.
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A woman and her daughters want their dated living room to be more like home.
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A studio with potential becomes a sophisticated bachelor pad.
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Genevieve helps a couple achieve definition and flow in their dining area.
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A couple don't know what to do with their tiny dysfunctional kitchen.
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A master bedroom lacking storage and style is redesigned.
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A recently renovated kitchen design must accommodate a growing family.
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Genevieve helps first time homeowner add personality to her living room.
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A small, poorly designed master bathroom gets a facelift.
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Genevieve creates a unique outdoor living space for new parents.
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A bedroom needs personality to live up to its potential.
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A small Manhattan apartment needs to be updated and functional.
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A downstairs room becomes an indoor playhouse with a classic Victorian look.
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A Broadway performer wants her hand-me-down living room to feel more homey.

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