In Trading Spaces, two sets of neighbors redecorate a room in each others' home. Teams have only two days and a $2000 budget to complete the redesign with the help of a professional designer and carpenter. Teams have no control over the redecoration in their own home but can give input before the decorating begins. They’ll spend the night in one another’s homes and aren’t allowed to reenter their own home until the reveal. Paige Davis returns as the host of the new season in 2018.
Doug Wilson goes ""ballistic"" while taking an ordinary living room back to the 1970s. Across the street, Hilda Santo-Tomas maps out a plan to modernize a basement playroom. They both get some help from carpenter Ty Pennington, who's building a couch and some benches to accent the designs. Will these two small-town couples like their new contemporary rooms? We'll see!
It's all about love and art in this New Jersey neighborhood! Laurie Smith takes a cue from Henri Matisse in designing a colorful basement playroom. Up the street, Vern Yip introduces a little romance and light into an outdated bedroom. Carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor brings her own artistry to building new furniture for Vern, and louver doors for Laurie. We'll see if the love lasts when our two couples return to their own rooms!
Goodbye ceiling fan, hello controversy! That's the drama playing out in this suburb of Philadelphia. Beth and Michael made their neighbors promise not to lose their bedroom ceiling fan. But Laurie Smith thinks some promises are meant to be broken! See what happens when her team learns about her ceiling-fan plan. Up the street, Genevieve Gorder's house is peaceful as she and her team transform a plain living room into an elegant and still family-friendly space. And carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor tries to strike a balance between peace and frenzy as she assembles a complex canopy bed.
Time is definitely a factor in this episode, as Hilda Santo-Tomas and Frank Bielec try to give two old-fashioned living rooms some modern-day flair. Hilda pulls up carpets, paints walls and re-faces a fireplace while Frank builds tables and a dog bed.
Trying to keep our design plans a secret will be tough work in this apartment building. One set of homeowners lives on the first floor; the other set lives on the third floor! Upstairs, Hilda Santo-Tomas and her team are installing a new grid ceiling and constructing a huge upholstered screen to divide the living room and play area. Downstairs, Vern Yip's team uses the principles of feng shui to breathe new life into a dreary living room. Carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor is building an entertainment center that will also hold a fish tank. And she's got problems with Hilda's room divider!
When you've only got 48 hours to redo a room, you probably shouldn't try to scrape wallpaper off walls that measure 11 feet high! But that's just what Genevieve Gorder has in store for her team as they remake a flowery master bedroom into a sophisticated love nest! Across the street, Frank Bielec is going arts-and-crafts crazy trying to brighten up a dark and tiny kitchen. Plus, he's trying to save money for a dishwasher! Amy Wynn Pastor is helping the cause by using as little wood as possible to build a new kitchen table for the room. If they can return some of the wood, they may have enough for the dishwasher. We'll see!
It's all about girl power in this Boston episode. Designers Laurie Hickson-Smith and Genevieve Gorder race against the clock (and against each other!) to create two new bedrooms for a pair of 12-year-old neighbors. They get some help from the girls' parents and from carpenter Ty Pennington, who assembles a trundle bed in one room and a curtained sleep area in the other. Will it pass the 12-year-old taste test?
It's a whole new ""Old World"" for Hilda Santo-Tomas and Vern Yip! Our normally contemporary-loving designers go back in time to create two Victorian living rooms for these Massachusetts homes. Their plans mean big work for Ty Pennington, who builds a whole new sheetrock-and-marble fireplace for Hilda's room. And that doesn't leave him much time for Vern's projects! See the sparks fly on this episode of Trading Spaces!
It's much ado about something as the Trading Spaces crew celebrates Shakespeare! Our Massachusetts homeowners are big fans of the Bard, and our design team joins in the spirit. Doug Wilson decorates a master bedroom with bookcases big enough to house all of Shakespeare's works. Down the street, Frank Bielec redoes a library room in colors to make reading fun. All this shelf-building doesn't leave carpenter Ty Pennington much time for reading. To be happy or not to be happy â€” that's the question for our homeowners!
It's all fun and games on this urban episode of Trading Spaces. Designer Genevieve Gorder tackles a male sanctuary â€” the basement rec room where the husband and his friends play darts and watch football. Next door, Vern Yip overcomes flowered wallpaper and outdated carpet to create an elegant new living room. Handy gal Amy Wynn has more work than fun as she builds a new entertainment center for Vern's room, and a wall-length bar for Genevieve. Will our homeowners still want to play together when we're all finished? Come and find out!
Come see the softer side of designer Frank Bielec in this New Jersey couple's living room. Frank shows us a whole new design side as he colors a room using only soft beiges, golds and tans. Host Paige Davis can't believe her eyes, and neither can carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor, who has to build Frank's elegant new entertainment cabinet. Just down the street, Laurie Hickson-Smith is ordered to keep her design paws off the homeowner's master bedroom furniture. Will that stop her? See for yourself.
Romance is in the air in Maryland as designers Genevieve Gorder and Doug Wilson go head-to-head in master bedroom decorating. Both spaces share the same floor plan, but they'll have nothing in common when our two designers finish with them. Doug pulls out an overhead projector to create massive wall art, while Genevieve is busy sewing drapes and pillows for her romantic new room. Carpenter Amy Wynn isn't forgotten, of course, as she creates a huge geometric shelving unit for Genevieve's room. Will the homeowners feel the love at the end of the day?
Transformation doesn't begin to describe what happens in this installment of Trading Spaces â€” perhaps our most ambitious episode yet! Designer Vern Yip outdoes himself while remaking a pastor's bedroom into an elegant master suite. In the neighbor's house, Douglas Wilson honors his homeowners' hobby by turning their master bedroom into the inside of a train car. The train project keeps Amy Wynn on the fast track trying to build out the walls of the bedroom and add new ""train"" windows. Don't miss this trip!
The stakes are high on this episode of Trading Spaces because our homeowners aren't just neighbors â€” they're sisters! Designer Frank Bielec helps Joy and her husband bring her sister's kitchen/dining room out of the 1980s and into the 21st century. Down the street, sister Jill and her husband, John, are working with Laurie Hickson-Smith to add European flair to Joy's living room. Carpenter Ty Pennington assists in this good-natured sibling rivalry by building an island for the kitchen and a giant storage unit for the living room. Is blood really thicker than water? Find out on Trading Spaces!
Join us in downtown Chicago for this episode of Trading Spaces. Designer Doug Wilson jazzes up a condo living room with bright yellow paint and zebra prints. One floor down, Hilda Santo-Tomas works overtime to transform the homeowner's master bedroom into a sleeping space fit for the finest boutique hotel. Carpenter Ty Pennington battles the windy conditions and a busy nearby train track while building a bed for Hilda's room and a suspended buffet table for Doug.
The rooms in this Chicago episode of Trading Spaces need some serious help. And designers Vern Yip and Genevieve Gorder answer the call with redesigns you won't believe. See how Genevieve turns a moldy bargain basement into a hunting lodge with warm wood and cozy furniture. Then watch Vern Yip transform a cluttered linoleum-covered kitchen into a bright and sunny space for the millennium. They couldn't do it without Ty Pennington, who helps Genevieve install a new wood-paneled ceiling and gives Vern a hand with a countertop replacement. See how these homeowners react to two of our biggest room changes yet.
The usual Trading Spaces hijinks reach new heights as our homeowners race against the clock and play some big practical jokes on each other. Designer Genevieve Gorder wants to join in but she's got her hands full transforming a kitchen into an artichoke-inspired cooking haven. Across the way Hildi Santo-Tomas has no time for playing as she builds a wall-size fountain that will act as a third window in the living room. And Carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor isn't laughing until she finishes a new kitchen table for Gen and a boxed-in couch for Hildi. Join the fun on this episode of Trading Spaces!
Return to the Wild West in this rocking episode of Trading Spaces! Designer Genevieve Gorder hangs antlers on the wall and helps carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor build a massive wooden storage unit for the living room. Meanwhile, designer Laurie Hickson-Smith returns to the design world of the 1950s and paints stripes all over the walls of her sunken living room. While the workers toil away inside, host Paige Davis runs for cover outside when a tumbleweed storm blows into town! You've got to see this!
Rev up your engines for this action-packed episode of Trading Spaces! Our Colorado homeowners love to ride motorcycles and walk on the wild side, but are they ready for us? Designer Frank Bielec goes in to thrill mode by painting festive colors in the adult part of the family room and creating a fanciful play area for the kids. Vern Yip keeps up the pace in his gold and red living room extravaganza. And Amy Wynn Pastor isn't lagging behind; she's building two huge bookcases to balance the big-screen TV in Vern's room. This is an adventure you don't want to miss.
Travel with us to Colorado where one living room gets a taste of the outdoors while another lets the light shine in. Designer Frank Bielec falls in love with the Colorado skyline and creates a design plan to bring the outdoors in. Meanwhile, Vern Yip goes brighter with stripes on the walls, the drapes and the floor. Amy Wynn Pastor spends her days building two huge bookcases to match the big-screen TV in Vern's room. Are the rooms worth all this hard work? You be the judge!
A storm is brewing on this episode of Trading Spaces as designer Doug Wilson butts heads with his team over a living room fireplace. Doug wants to update the brick face but his team fights for what the homeowner wants â€” to leave the fireplace alone! See who wins. Meanwhile next door, Frank Bielec is under the gun, trying to scrape wallpaper and update the family room with new paint and shelving. As usual, carpenter Ty Pennington runs back and forth between the fireplace fight and Frank's shelves. You won't want to miss these neighbors' reactions!
Carpentry is the big story in this explosive episode of Trading Spaces! When Carpenter Ty Pennington can't finish Vern Yip's cabinet doors, Vern picks up the power tools and tries to build it himself. See how well he does! Meanwhile, Ty actually adds to his workload in Laurie Hickson-Smith's master bedroom by redesigning her partition doors! Will the homeowners appreciate Ty's efforts? Tune in and find out.
The circus comes to town in this rollicking episode of Trading Spaces! Designer Hildi Santo Tomas leads the way by transforming a family rec room into a fabric-draped tent! Across the way, Genevieve Gorder tries to create a peaceful Asian-themed living room. The only problem is ... the living room owners hate Asian decor! Carpenter Ty Pennington works hard to keep the peace between Gen and her homeowners and still build the big top for Hildi. This is one reaction you don't want to miss.
It's all about the angles in this episode of Trading Spaces. Designer Hildi Santo-Tomas attempts to add romance to a master bedroom by giving the homeowners a cubed bed. Across the street, Genevieve Gorder and her homeowners are racing against the clock to cut and paint 1,000 squares that will be mounted on one wall. Carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor's saw is getting a real workout on this episode. See if our homeowners will dig these geometric designs.
It's Adios! old kitchen in this Oregon episode of Trading Spaces. Designer Frank Bielec gives a kitchen new life by painting a serape on the ceiling and stringing chili pepper lights around the room. But his team doesn't like the plan â€” see how they change things when Frank's not looking. Across the street, things are more peaceful as Laurie Hickson-Smith gives a country-style living room a facelift. Carpenter Amy Wynn Pastor keeps busy knocking out kitchen cabinets and building up a giant ottoman. Will the homeowners throw a fiesta over their new spaces? We'll see!
Designer Doug Wilson is up to transformation tricks in this episode of Trading Spaces! He's turning a family rec room into an art deco movie theatre. The project is fascinating but he's got Amy Wynn Pastor working around the clock to build platforms for his theater seating. Will the homeowners like what's playing? Across the way, Designer Vern Yip is seeing stripes and squares as he combines a living room/dining area into one grand space. Don't miss these eye-popping transformations.
It's back to school for Trading Spaces as our design team hooks up with four sorority sisters to redo their college homes. Frank teaches a class in wall painting and crafts for the sorority TV room, while Laurie gives a lesson in improving the flow and dressing up the sorority's chapter room. Meanwhile, carpenter Ty gets high marks for his window seat bench and ship's wheel candelabra. Can we finish before the bell rings? You'll find out.
It's a battle of the bedrooms in this Northern California episode of Trading Spaces! Vern softens up a wrought iron bed with fabulous fabrics and a shear curtain. Down the street, Laurie takes a tip from the French in creating a brand-new tester bed. Ty has no time for rest as he builds a storage area in some unused space above the closets and helps Laurie construct her bed frame. Nobody got much sleep on this Trading Spaces episode!
Trading Spaces travels to Hercules, California, where it will take some herculean strength to finish these rooms on time. Vern and his team stay up late laying a floor and weaving a headboard on the way to a beautiful new bedroom. And just down the street, Frank isn't painting! Instead, he's using wood and accessories to create a tribal-themed family room. Ty needs all the strength he can muster to finish Vern's headboard and Frank's huge valance and fireplace doors. Don't miss the powerful ending to this episode!
You won't believe what Hildi's got in store for her homeowners on this episode! There's no sewing or painting in the room but there's definitely a change â€” see for yourself. Across the street, Genevieve is pushing the time limit with new tiling and cabinetry projects in her kitchen. Amy Wynn is installing away, with built-in bookshelves in Hildi's room and a new island table in Gen's kitchen. Find out what the homeowners think about these plans!
Trading Spaces colors the world pink in this California episode. Hildi is divided over what color to paint her living room â€” tune in to see her creative solution. Around the corner, Doug Wilson and his team debate over the right shade of pink for the dining room walls. But Amy Wynn has no time to debate as she races to finish four aluminum chairs for Hildi and some built-in walls for Doug. These teams will work into the wee hours of the morning before they're done!
Trading Spaces heads for the hills â€” the Hollywood Hills, that is! We sent designers Doug Wilson and Genevieve Gorder out to California to create new living rooms for some aspiring young actors. Doug goes a little retro, adding bold color and broad geometric designs to his space. Gen is a bit more subdued, with cooler wall colors and eye-catching fabrics. Handy guy Ty Pennington takes advantage of the desert sun to work outside on a new coffee table for Gen and some platform sofas for Doug.
Our homeowners in this episode are taking a break from the beach to trade living rooms. Frank Bielec has some fun pulling up carpet and painting a rug image on the cement floor. Hildi Santo-Tomas does her own take on nautical by installing wooden strips on to the walls. Ty Pennington has his own projects adding a new serving counter in Frank's room and building couches for Hildi. That's couches plural! Ty's a busy man in this episode!
It's a struggle beneath the sunny skies in this Los Angeles episode. Vern Yip works hard to remove a built-in counter in his dining room. Around the block, Laurie Hickson-Smith struggles to install new shelves into the wall of a basement office. Ty Pennington has the solutions to help them both but will he have the time? You'll see on this crazy Trading Spaces episode.
Frank attempts to bring a drab kitchen to life with paint, paint and more paint. Genevieve has a bull of a time trying to brighten up a bedroom and seating area. Amy Wynn Pastor is hard at work with some sunburst artwork, molding and a headboard.
Trading Spaces goes a little bit country in this first-ever celebrity episode. Country music star Natalie Maines trades her multipurpose room with her mom's sewing room, and sparks start flying! Fabric is the name of the game as Vern Yip hangs drapes to separate the different areas of the multipurpose room, while Hildi Santo-Tomas upholsters the sewing room in cloth. Ty Pennington busts two table saws on his way to creating a 14-foot couch for Hildi's room and a 13-foot desk for Vern. Tune in for this Trading Spaces event!
See a new side of one of our designers in this very pretty episode of Trading Spaces. Doug Wilson unveils his sensitive side while creating a genteel, pastel-colored master bedroom. Around the corner, Laurie Hickson-Smith goes for BOLD in her office/playroom with handsome colors and chrome accessories. Amy Wynn Pastor works pretty hard to create shelving units for Laurie and a bench for Doug. Will our homeowners be pretty happy or pretty unhappy? You'll see!
These two young couples didn't know what they were in for when they offered their apartments to Trading Spaces! Laurie Hickson-Smith goes for the gold in her living room, using the beautiful color in fine fabrics and a creative work of art. Over in the next building, Doug Wilson sees red in his living room. And, boy!, does he have a surprise for his female homeowner! Amy Wynn Pastor is busy building a floor-to-ceiling bookcase for Laurie and a huge sofa for Doug. Plus, Laurie makes an announcement. Tune in to hear what she has to say!
You saw the reveals on the TODAY show. Now see the whole drama play out in this Texas episode of Trading Spaces. Genevieve Gorder goes dotty designing a new children's playroom while Vern Yip creates a very grown-up living room space. Carpenter Ty Pennington's task gets harder when a severe storm dumps 6 inches of rain in a 24-hour period! Rain or shine, he's got to finish a puppet theatre-playhouse for Gen and install crown molding for Vern. Don't miss this crazy episode!
It's a good old-fashioned duel in this Texas episode. Hildi plans to dye a master bedroom carpet orange but her team has other ideas. See who wins out! Things are a little more peaceful across the street where Doug creates a pastoral children's playroom. Ty is busy measuring and making cuts to create 12-inch baseboards for Hildi's room and barn-like slats for Doug's ceiling. Don't miss this showdown-hoedown episode.
Change is in the eye of the beholder on this episode of Trading Spaces! Laurie does a beautiful kitchen/dining area in a surprising color. Around the corner, Frank is taking Southwest-style to a whole new height! Ty goes crazy as usual, with a Mission-style armoire and two china display cabinets to build. See if our Texas homeowners like their changed spaces.
Frank's famous ""emergency fund"" finally runs out of cash in this crazy episode of Trading Spaces! Trying to fix up a playroom that used to be a garage pushes Frank oh-so-close to the budget limit. Next door, Hildi is pinching pennies as she and carpenter Amy Wynn build all new furniture for a couple's master bedroom. Will it be a financial fiasco on Trading Spaces? Find out!
It's a battle of the bedrooms on Trading Spaces, and Asian influence is the strategy. Doug pulls out his handy overhead projector to create artwork on the walls. And Hildi uses shoji screens to create a wall where there wasn't one before. There's no rest for carpenter Amy Wynn, who has to build new beds for both rooms.
It's carpentry crisis on this episode of Trading Spaces! Bad luck follows Amy Wynn and Vern as they try to remold a bedroom dresser into a sleek new desk. Will they get it done before Paige rings the final bell? Across the yard, Laurie isn't helping matters as she needs Amy Wynn to build two matching bookcase/cabinets.