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Homes in the suburbs look nearly identical from the outside, but the inside is what reflects a family's distinct sense of style. In Southern California, designer/contractor Jasmine Roth transforms builder-basic homes from cookie cutter to custom. Her hands-on approach and love of design -- sparked in her youth by building treehouses, sheds and furniture with her dad -- brings out the hidden potential in each project. Jasmine creates functional, personalized layouts by knocking down walls and retrofitting spaces to meet homeowners' specific needs. She incorporates cozy touches like custom wall murals or patio swings, and spruces up exteriors with stone accents and light, bright touches.

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A young family enlists Jasmine's help to give their cookie-cutter tract home some personality; with sexy storage options, a kitchen upgrade and a new exterior, Jasmine creates useful spaces perfect for family dinner parties.
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An active couple feel their home lacks the style and layout they desire; Jasmine adds a sitting area to the exterior and creates a custom cat wall indoors.
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A couple needs help after customizing their home with a Tiki look; Jasmine builds a new patio before creating a modern kitchen and a storage space for Tiki treasures.
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A couple with two kids need more space for family functions and an end-of-day retreat for mom; designer Jasmine Roth begins customizing their home by updating the exterior with new paint, shutters and a stunning outdoor pergola seating area.
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A young, dynamic family is living in a builder-grade house overrun with children's toys and disconnected by compartmentalized rooms; Jasmine Roth swaps the floor plan to deliver a modern Scandinavian design with custom features.
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Jasmine reconfigures the home of a single mom and adds eclectic touches to reflect her unique style; the interior features an opened up living space and kitchen area, while fresh paint and a custom swing brighten the exterior.
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Flight attendants Wendy and Annette hate returning to their cookie-cutter home; with a $65,000 budget, Jasmine constructs a covered porch and installs French doors that lead out to a cozy backyard with outdoor living and dining areas.
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MJ and Mike's cookie-cutter home is outdated and unwelcoming, and they are desperate for some customization; Jasmine dismantles the concrete fortress in front of their home and gives them a space to finally enjoy their front yard.
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A young couple decide to skip the wedding and invest in a home; they hope to give their drab, open space some definition that will reflect their personalities.
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A couple who bought a home with the intent to renovate doesn't know where to begin; Jasmine Roth steps in and updates the exterior with new paint and decorative panels before removing a double-sided fireplace to create an open living space.
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Jasmine Roth helps a large family that is looking to host big events at home; she begins by updating the outside with a new patio, then knocks down walls for a new kitchen and playroom.
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A couple plans to remodel their house after owning it for 10 years; Jasmine Roth updates the house with an outdoor seating area and a customized coffee bar.
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Jasmine's cool, coastal California makeover adds some much-needed curb appeal to a young family's outdated home; inside, she creates more kitchen seating and adds a stunning new bathroom and a secret compartment gallery wall.
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Carrie and her daughter want a home update to go with their new start; Jasmine adds personality with edible landscaping and a striking front porch; she creates a kitchen paradise and livens up the home office with a mural wall.
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Scott and Iliana have trouble entertaining with their house's cramped quarters and hope Jasmine can help design a house with a functional floor plan; Jasmine creates a custom home office, inviting patio oasis and formal dining room.
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Dave and Suzy ask Jasmine to help remodel their small and dated house because the floor plan just isn't functional; with their $75,000 budget, they're hoping she can give them space for their family inside and a place for gathering outside.
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Unhappy with their hasty home renovations, a couple turns to Jasmine to help them create a house that better reflects their style; using their $65,000 budget, Jasmine revitalizes their yard and creates a custom collapsible fort for the children.
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Empty nesters that focused on raising their kids instead of renovations are ready to turn their house into a home they really love; Jasmine revives the exterior with cedar shakes and creates a custom den with a cozy nook.
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A couple wants their house to be their forever home, but it's closed off and stuck in the past; with a substantial budget, they are hoping Jasmine can simplify and modernize the design so their growing family will feel at home.
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A couple adores their tiny bungalow just three blocks from the beach but it is way too small for their family of four; Jasmine Roth customizes their tiny home by updating the kitchen and creating storage all over the house.
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With its bland colors and overgrown landscaping, Randi and Scott's house doesn't match the fun and unique personalities of their growing family. Jasmine uses their $100,000 budget to transform the home into a sophisticated yet kid-friendly space.

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