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Table of Contents 1. Episode 12. Episode 23. Episode 34. Episode 45. Episode 56. Episode 67. Episode 78. Episode 8 1. Episode 1 48m For their first challenge, the designers team up to stage model homes despite outbreaks of unencumbered kitsch and questionable wall art. 2. Episode 2 44m The […]

Watch Episode 1. Episode 1 of Season 1.

1. Episode 1

48m

For their first challenge, the designers team up to stage model homes despite outbreaks of unencumbered kitsch and questionable wall art.

Watch Episode 2. Episode 2 of Season 1.

2. Episode 2

44m

The designers must be sweet, but not saccharine, while applying their signature styles to a seaside hotel with a chocolate theme.

Watch Episode 3. Episode 3 of Season 1.

3. Episode 3

45m

Challenged with revamping retail spaces, hopefuls wrangle 20,000 balls of wool in a knitting shop and go mad with merchandise in a skateboard store.

Watch Episode 4. Episode 4 of Season 1.

4. Episode 4

43m

Reworking bland college dorm rooms to maximize space inspires a few designers to think outside of the box — and others to just box themselves in.

Watch Episode 5. Episode 5 of Season 1.

5. Episode 5

43m

To turn vacation cottages into idyllic retreats, the design teams must sacrifice ambitious plans for stylistic unity — whether they like it or not.

Watch Episode 6. Episode 6 of Season 1.

6. Episode 6

42m

Fussing over paint and priorities, the contestants rush to give a pair of Bristol restaurants new interiors that are both practical and appealing.

Watch Episode 7. Episode 7 of Season 1.

7. Episode 7

44m

The designers go solo to restyle three hair salons in themes respectively nostalgic, industrial and “Willy Wonka.” Yes, that’s a thing.

Watch Episode 8. Episode 8 of Season 1.

8. Episode 8

46m

The two finalists go for broke on upscale apartments in a converted cotton mill. Which aesthetic will triumph: Scandinavian luxe or bohemian chic?

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