Interior designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin compete for the affections of homeowners looking to either renovate or sell. At the end, the homeowners decide whether they love the changes designed by Farr or the new property Visentin has found.
In this new season our hosts are faced with many unique families and situations that challenge them both creatively and professionally. It is the season for over-the top kitchens, home offices, and bigger and bolder renovations!
A family contemplates a move because their kitchen does not function for their baking business.
A couple loves their location, but is overwhelmed by the lack of function within their home.
Clutter and kid chaos are dominating this family’s life and they need some design intervention.
A couple loves hosting guests and parties but disagree over how to fix their dated home.
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Joe and Jill are ran out of space in their ranch house after adopting two boys. Jill would love a bigger home but Joe loves their backyard paradise.
A three-bedroom house in a prime neighborhood is no longer working for a busy family of five.
Two empty nesters disagree on whether to downsize or renovate their long-standing family home into the home of their dreams.
Basketball hoops, kids and their clutter have taken over the family home and Mom and Dad can’t agree on whether to stay or go for the second time.
A designer and her husband disagree over how to make their house function for their family and newborn twins
A couple chooses between country life on a horse farm or a more manageable house in the city
A couple wants more space but what are they willing to sacrifice to get it?
A couple locked in a starter home stalemate need help figuring out the future of their family home
A family loves their house by the lake, but their quirky living space is not fit for this new family of four.
Empty nesters, Todd and Robyn, need an update to make their house fit for entertaining
Hilary's healthy budget is challenged by the massive scale of a renovation, while David is in pursuit of the perfect home near downtown.
Hilary hunts for function and hidden space for a couple with four kids, while David searches for the home of their dreams with room to spare.
A home business is in chaos as the workspace is spread over three floors of the house.
Buying a house in a childhood neighbourhood seemed ideal for this family of four, but time has only helped to highlight the space limitations.
All work and no play leaves a family of four looking elsewhere for the house of their dreams.
Hilary has her hands full creating work and entertaining space while David searches for a house with two separate office spaces, plus room for guests.