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Many homeowners may tolerate unattractive or lackluster areas in their house simply because they believe they can't afford a makeover. In this long-running series, a design team demonstrates how problem areas can be revitalized on a budget of only $1,000. Later episodes feature designer Casey Noble (a season five "Design Star" contestant) using innovative solutions to the toughest makeover scenarios, and with a bigger budget of $2,500.

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Young homeowners want a fun living room that will anchor their home and give them a place to entertain.
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A cluttered den becomes an elegant lounge.
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A couple wants to make their bedroom a place where they can relax and unwind.
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A living room needs a lot of work before it is ready for entertaining.
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A woman wants a mature, beautiful master bedroom in her Spanish-style bungalow.
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New parents barely use the largest room in their house.
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Roommates want to add some pizazz to the decoration in their large kitchen.
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A couple wants an updated space that respects their home's architecture.
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A man wants the view inside his home to be as inspiring as the one outside.
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A dining room has character and function.
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A couple wants to create a romantic, relaxing master suite.
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A couple wants the bright cheer of their kitchen mirrored in their gloomy, drab living room.
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A master bedroom with great details has become a storage zone with no personality.
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A couple wants their bedroom to become a serene retreat with a Southeast Asian design.
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New parents want to transform their master bedroom into a hotel suite.
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A couple want to unlock the potential of their living room.
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A single homeowner's bland, dingy kitchen is infused with vintage style.
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The bedroom of young parents becomes a British Colonial escape with an island touch.
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A couple wants their home office to reflect their style and double as a guest room.
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New parents want their kid-friendly living room to be more stylish.
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Newlyweds struggle to combine their different styles in a living room.

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