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A shared love of simple, Southern living and revitalizing historic properties keeps Ben and Erin Napier busy in their hometown of Laurel, Miss. That's the setting of this HGTV series, which follows the couple as they renovate turn-of-the-century homes for first-time buyers, young families, and adults wishing to live closer to grandchildren. Erin's keen sense of style and a background in graphic design guide the renovations, Ben's building and woodworking skills preserve and celebrate the home's history, and by using found materials and old textiles, they keep the character intact but create modern and affordable updates.

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A couple is ready for a different pace after living in the country for years, but still want a historic home that lets them hold onto the countryside with a spacious garden.
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A woman wants to downsize and move into town to be closer to friends and work; she hopes to find a small home with a maintenance-free yard, a master bathroom and space for her son; Ben and Erin give the house she chooses a colorful makeover.
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Ben and Erin embrace the history of a house to match its new owners' style.
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After falling in love with the small-town energy and hospitality, a couple recently recruited by the local hospital looks for a place to live as they start their new jobs as doctors; their wish list includes a historic home and a place to entertain.
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An artist wants to raise her teenage son in the small town near their friends and family and has a wish list that includes plenty of room to welcome visitors and a dedicated art studio; Erin embraces the opportunity to design for a fellow artist.
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Engaged partners are ready to buy a home of their own so they can start the next chapter in their lives together; Ben and Erin give the home they choose a colorful millennial makeover that includes a charming book nook and stunning master suite.
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Ben and Erin get the opportunity to find and restore a home for some longtime friends, and are hoping to find a historical house with a porch and cozy charm.
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A couple is ready to move back home to Mississippi and need help finding a home with charm and character in a small town; Ben and Erin infuse their new home with coastal charm and create a gorgeous kitchen and breathtaking outdoor entertaining space.
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A local business owner looks to buy a starter home within walking distance to town, with character and plenty of space for her dog, and that fits her thrifty all-in budget; Ben and Erin create a jaw-dropping transformation.
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After being away for 30 years, a woman dreams of retiring in the small town where she has fond memories of her childhood; Erin designs an elegant, airy home while Ben creates some unique builds including a laundry shoot and a custom screen door.
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A Laurel, Miss., native is ready to plant roots in the place her family has called home for generations; Erin and Ben create a beautiful transformation that includes a quaint home office and a master bedroom and bathroom fit for a queen.
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Ben and Erin are eager to welcome a new pediatrician that hopes to settle down with his wife and work in the beautiful community; the couple wants a historical charmer with room to grow and a spacious outdoor area for entertaining.
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Ben and Erin help a couple of artistic newlyweds find the perfect home with a master suite, large open kitchen, and plenty of room for entertaining; they show them three unique homes with various amenities hoping to help them make their decision.
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A Canadian couple seek a vacation home that will one day become their retirement home; Ben and Erin find a Craftsman cottage and restore classic architectural features and charm to give these out-of-towners a true Southern experience.
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A couple move from Arizona to Mississippi in search of a slower pace of life and a forever home; they have an all-in budget of $250,000 and a wish list that includes a home with historic Southern architecture and a spacious kitchen.
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Erin and Ben work with a family of five moving inland from the Mississippi coast; they want a large home with architectural details, and Erin and Ben work on meeting their wish list for a new kitchen and spa-like bathroom.
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A couple that's moving back to Mississippi is looking for a spacious home where they can host friends and throw parties, but they have to either negotiate or settle.
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A couple with two kids desperately need more space and hope to find a home with a big yard and studio for his work; Ben and Erin transform their choice into a farmhouse that includes a chicken coop made from an old children's playhouse.
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A local restaurant owner and grandmother is looking to settle down in a house that includes a spacious kitchen and a place to garden.
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Robyn and Cassidy want to move Robyn's great-grandmother's house to a new plot of land, but Ben and Erin are skeptical that the home could survive the move. With a budget of $100,000, Ben and Erin transform a cozy cottage into a safer dream home.
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After renting his whole life, a local pastor is ready to settle down in a house that will give him enough space for his cooking and gardening hobbies; Ben and Erin show him the Lindsey House and the low-priced McRae House.

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