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Homeowners who love to travel, and hate thinking about a neglected space in their home, get the best of both worlds in "Destination Design." They're sent on a luxury vacation to discover things like colors and images that inspire them, and while they're away designer Taniya Nayak ("Designed to Sell") and her team spruce up that run-down room, a makeover tailor-made to reflect the homeowners' unique vacation experience.

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A couple seeks inspiration to update a bachelor pad from San Francisco.
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A rundown basement gets a makeover based on elements from Aruba.
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A Las Vegas vacation inspires a couple in the redesign of their family room.
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A couple visits Playa del Carmen, Mexico for design inspiration in a dining room.
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When living and dining rooms lack character, a couple seeks inspiration in Hawaii.
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A bachelor pad needs to become more female-friendly.
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A living, dining and playroom gets a nautical-themed makeover.
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A huge bedroom lacks the comfort and warmth the couple is looking for.
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A young couple has a hard time leaving college behind when decorating.
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Expecting parents want to make an eco-friendly family room.
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New homeowners are desperate for a cozy and comfortable master bedroom.
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Sheila and her mother take inspiration for a family room in Austin, Texas.
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A couple seeks inspiration for a living room, dining room and sunroom from Turks and Caicos.

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