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Aspiring designers compete to win their own television series.

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The contestants work in pairs to transform apartments for a young, married couple.
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Designers must transform an industrial warehouse loft into a multi-functional space.
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Designers must create a vignette that represents their personal style or brand.
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The three finalists must make over a suite in a Palm Springs resort hotel.
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Transforming old school buses into new spaces, and presenting them on "The Talk."
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Designers have three days to make over rooms in fraternity and sorority houses.
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Transforming kitchens and dining rooms in neighboring homes to satisfy clients.
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The finalists create the pilot episode of their dream design show; creating a room for actual homeowners.
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Finalists must create a fantasy bedroom suite in a circular space.
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Finalists must create living room designs with bold color schemes; designers appear on "The Talk" to share color advice.
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Finalists must create designer kitchens, the best design winning a magazine spread.
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Designers must create a party lounge that pays homage to Hollywood eras.
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Design teams make over adjacent indoor and outdoor spaces.
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The designers must create a modern, chic office suite for Kris Jenner.
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Designers must make a true representation of their point of view with items from a home and garden center.
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Designers must team up to make over six rooms in the mansion where they will be living for the season.
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Finalists must create a pilot for their television show.
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Finalists must design the interior and exterior of an entire house.
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Four finalists must decorate a studio apartment from top to bottom; the contestants make an appearance on "The Nate Berkus Show."
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Designers do a multiple-room makeover on a family's home.
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Finalists must work together to create a fantasy wedding reception.

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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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The first-ever "Design Star" winner, David Bromstad, shows how to revitalize tired rooms and transform them into vital new spaces through his mantra: Color is the root of great design.
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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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Two sets of neighbors, 48 hours, $1,000. Neighbors swap houses, and with the help of a designer and carpenter, transform a room in two days. The best, and worst, part about it is that the homeowner has zero say in what gets done. In later seasons the budgets increased and each team was given more time to complete the makeovers.
Featuring interior designer Genevieve Gorder as host, "Best Room Wins" challenges two interior designers on each episode to create luxury looks for less for couples in desperate need of a room makeover. Using the design theme and inspiration from a multimillion-dollar estate, the designers must work to decorate a room that captures the couples' luxury vision while staying within a $25,000 budget. The rooms are judge by Genevieve and Elle Decor magazine Editor-in-Chief Whitney Robinson, who determine how well each designer executed their rooms and created a multimillion-dollar look for their clients. The winning designer is featured in an Elle Decor online spread. Guest judges include Jonathan Adler, Kathryn Ireland, Thom Filicia and India Hicks.
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If you've ever pooh-poohed a makeover on a design show and thought you could do better, HGTV shows the way by giving viewers a chance to call the shots. With designers David Bromstad, Lisa LaPorta and Vern Yip on hand as mentors, each amateur creates a room makeover for real homeowners, picking the colors, fabrics, furniture and the amount to spend on each. Talk about reveals not to be missed!
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Armed with large bank accounts and fantasies of living in mansions bigger than city blocks, lottery winners search for new homes.
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"Good Bones" follows the blueprint of several series on HGTV or DIY Network that showcase revitalization specialists who turn rundown homes into stunning remodels. In this case, it's mother/daughter duo Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak transforming properties in and around their hometown of Indianapolis. Karen's legal background and Mina's real estate knowledge help them secure diamonds in the rough, and then they hire out demo and construction duties -- or get help from family -- to get the houses done on time and on budget.