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Carson's passion for decoration led him to look to interior designer Thom to show him the ropes and ins and outs of the interior design world. Each episode features two clients looking to transform a space, their budgets can be large or small but all are trying to create a space that is unique to them. Using Carson's fashion sense and bold personality mixed with Thom's designer friendliness, the two friends create breathtaking but affordable redesigns. They work, play, argue, compromise and create together.

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Nicole and Charbel enlist Thom and Carson to help with their inability to decide on a cohesive look for their home; Thom and Carson work with Karoline and Deidre, a couple who wants to bring some "ohm" to their home.
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Thom and Carson are tasked with designing for Johnny and Sebastian, a couple whose opposite tastes are just the beginning of their design dilemmas; in Hell's Kitchen, the guys attempt to give a much needed lift to Lori's outdated bra boutique.
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Jessica and Josh hire Thom and Carson to design their Tribeca loft space, which has one big challenge the guys must design around; a widow wants a fresh start while honoring her husband in the home they shared together.
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Thom and Carson work with soon-to-be empty nesters Laurie and Jeff, who are ready to turn their living room into a chic Vegas lounge; Brooklyn dentist Dr. Cox is troubled with bad online reviews due to her dismal waiting room.
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Tasked with getting their home Shabbat ready, Thom and Carson help Sara and Ehud find balance between Sara's quirky aesthetic and Ehud's traditional taste; the duo helps Lucas, a trans man, who is looking to transform his basement into a home gym.
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Thom and Carson must combine Joe's over-the-top Italian style with Lisa's modest taste, while adhering to the budget which is presented on a spreadsheet; Thom and Carson redesign Akim's bakery before the single mother re-launches her business.
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Thom and Carson are given a run for their money when they take on Kenyatta, a former interior designer, who has a problem letting go of control; client Scott, who has recently come out of the closet, wants to transform his studio apartment.
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Thom and Carson seek to transform Sherrie and Dave's living room and grotto into a fun and functional family space; they navigate a unique scenario with their second client, Zenobia, who is a psychic living with the ghost of her dead mother-in-law.
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Fashion publisher Laura needs Thom and Carson to take her historic, and potentially haunted, home from drab to fab; the guys work with Sweta and Prayag who are drowning in beige.
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Thom and Carson are tasked with designing for Attika, Migdalia and their piano prodigy daughter, Anaya; while mother and daughter are excited for change, father is stuck in the past; divorcée Gillian is having a tough time editing her old belongings.

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