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Interior designer Grace Mitchell separates herself from those in her field who create "catalog pretty" homes by telling her clients' stories, basing her designs on their family histories and individual passions. Because residences are, first and foremost, personal spaces, Mitchell makes it a point to tell every family's story in their home. She and her team turn boring, outdated houses in Fort Worth, Texas, into eclectic, imaginative spaces. Throughout the series, Grace amazes homeowners with out-of-the-box ideas such as wall art made from a rusted antique car, a fiber optic night sky on a dining room ceiling, and custom 3D wallpaper.

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After looking at lofts and condos around Fort Worth, a lady decides a historic cottage with access to trails is a better fit and Grace brings the house back to life with a new master suite, kitchen and staircase.
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Grace has to get creative when mixing newlyweds' belongings, including a used recliner and a deer head from his bachelor days, so she pays homage to their Mexico trip by giving the master suite a hacienda feel.
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A couple with styles that are like oil and water ask Grace to transform their 1990s ranch home, and she makes show-stopping sconces and blends wood with metal to perfectly unite their tastes into a modern glam look.
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Grace uses a couple's courtship as inspiration as she transforms a dated 1960s home; her signature design touches include personalized wallpaper and a custom backsplash sign that highlights their love for one another and their rich family history.
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Grace and her team tackle a family's Victorian home with layout problems and a lack of personality; she uses the couple's passions for cooking and gardening to give them a kitchen overflowing with history, and reorganizes the upstairs footprint.
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Parents who share a bathroom with their young daughter call on Grace and her crew to renovate their Colonial and give them a master suite; Grace incorporates his background as a fifth-generation banker and her love of monograms into her design.
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Grace and her team combine unexpected personal elements, shocking wallpaper and even a windmill to turn Trista and Mark's Fort Worth house into a home that tells their story in a touching and uniquely personal way.
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A couple wants their garage turned into a master suite; Designer Grace Mitchell and her team swap the garage doors for glass-paned French doors, hang grasscloth wallpaper and install a completely waterproof master bath.
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A couple loves their 1960s ranch but feels their layout doesn't work for big family gatherings; Grace renovates several spaces to make room for parties, and Craig changes the entire roof-line to give it an old-home feel.
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A couple reach out to Grace and her team for help after experiencing flooding in their home; they remodel the living room before turning the mother-in-law suite into a master retreat.
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Grace gives back to a couple of teachers, who have dedicated their lives to helping others and raising up the next generation; their very pink home is updated by opening up the kitchen and transforming the upstairs sunroom into an outdoor deck.
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Grace updates a woman's childhood house using inspiration from the vintage wallpaper and angled fireplace.
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Grace Mitchell tackles the home of a chef and her husband where the interior doesn't reflect their Southern roots.
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Grace and her team are tasked with finding more space for a couple whose home doesn't fit their deep love of cooking and entertaining; Mr. Charlie tackles a project on the dining room ceiling that honors the couple's family and leaves Grace in tears.
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Grace and her team aim to bring natural light and lots of green into a family's dark and outdated home; everyone in the family plays an instrument, so Grace reworks the floor plan to give them a new music space.
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Grace and her team transform a cramped cottage into a bright, welcoming celebration of family and hope; she changes the look and flow of the home with a two-sided fireplace and shows everyone has a place at the dining table with a wall of plates.
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Grace turns a decrepit midcentury modern lake house into a family home rich with a couple's love for each other and for the water.
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A couple with a coveted lake home in Fort Worth, TX, wants to throw big gatherings, but their cramped space makes it impossible. Grace Mitchell works her magic and custom orders the longest table imaginable for future parties.
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A couple puts their passion for travel on hold so Grace can give their master suite and living room a five-star makeover; a family of six can't wait to move into their home, but it needs a massive overhaul.
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Designer Grace Mitchell uses clients' stories to transform their homes into representations of who they are; from turning love notes into wallpaper to creating a ceiling to match a wedding night's sky, every home's decor is unique.
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Grace transforms a master suite into a swanky retreat complete with bold wallpaper in the bedroom, white sparkly tile in the bathroom and a newly barreled ceiling; a unique record collection storage space; a living room showpiece for the family dog.

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