In each one-hour episode of ‘Love it or List it Vancouver’, interior designer Jillian Harris and real estate agent Todd Talbot go head-to-head as they each compete to get the homeowners to stay or go.
Angie and Shawn are over their tiny, one shower, no storage home. Jillian must work her open-concept magic and fix the shower crisis to get them to stay, while Todd tries to win the space race with big homes and stunning acreages.
Noelle and Kong want a green home to go with their values, but their dated, oddly laid out house has Noelle seeing red. Todd finds a unique option, but is it too outside the box? While Jill is challenged to blend function, beauty and energy-efficiency.
Jillian has issues marrying new with old in Charmaine and Cam’s aging heritage house, while Todd finds nothing charming about the search for a lakeside character home. A big twist has Charmaine and Cam choosing the perfect fit.
A car accident injury leaves Becca & Cory coping with their home's accessibility issues. Can Jillian fix the function of the space and make it their forever home, or will Todd find them a rancher with a view to inspire a move?
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It’s space vs. waste at Samia and Darren’s large, but lackluster home. Darren thinks a Jillian re-vamp will fix their bad layout and 70’s inspired interior while Samia hopes Todd finds a house that’s less funky and more functional.
Newlyweds Kristin and Bryce are split over their house. Kristin hopes Jillian’s open-concept magic will make it their dream home while Bryce wants Todd to find a bigger house on a safer street with room to grow.
Marc is done with all the DIY projects in his family’s cramped fixer-upper, while Lisa loves the location and sees its potential. Jillian creates a storage-lover’s dream, while Todd tempts them to move with a park-like property.
Jamie and Jarrett love their yard and pool, but the list ends there for Jarrett. He wants Todd to find them more space with better function, but Jamie says all they need is Jillian to transform their bad layout and awful bathrooms.
Mel wants a turnkey house closer to the city, but Geoff is firmly rooted in their suburban home. Can Todd find a “right-sized” place to lure Geoff into town or will Jillian win them back with a dreamy open-concept living space?
Danielle loves their less than perfect family property, but Spencer wants a new home with a better layout and more room. Can Jillian make this tight space more functional to keep them at home or will Todd prove bigger is better?
Joel loves having a big yard and his own man-cave, but Danielle has had it with the house’s dark, choppy layout and mechanical issues. Can Jill fix a long list of issues or will Todd find a home that outshines their flawed space?
Shocking hidden surprises behind the walls threaten Jillian’s modern reno of Julia and Brett’s large but lackluster house, while Todd has to find a move-in ready dream home closer to the city, to put an end to Julia’s nightmarish commute.
Jennifer feels her family of five has outgrown their city home, but Donna thinks their urban oasis is a rare find. Can Todd give them modern space galore or will Jillian re-work an impractical layout to give them room to grow?
Dan loves his home’s stunning lake view, but Linda is tired of battling its dysfunctional interior. Todd must find a modern home with a big kitchen, while Jill needs to create an open concept and hope Linda keeps an open mind!
Halyna and Peter’s tiny home poses big problems for Jill as she struggles to maximize function in a tight space. Meanwhile Todd searches for a property that will be the perfect size for this couple to grow into.
With a baby due, Penny is stressed about her growing family cramming into their chaotic, dysfunctional home. Todd must find them a tranquil yet practical space, while Jill needs to fix Robert’s DIY work and improve the layout.
A seaside home with a tiny kitchen and no storage has Brooke feeling like a sardine in a can, but Nick loves the yard and proximity to the beach. Can Jill maximize their space, or will Todd reel them in with a new, spacious oasis?
Lisa loves her big home with a great view, but the unfinished basement is overwhelming for Chad. He wants Todd to find them a project-free home, but Lisa thinks Jill can turn their downstairs blank slate into a masterpiece.
Empty-nester Monique has had it with her starter home and wants Todd to find a modern, open-concept house for entertaining, but Mike wants to stay and thinks Jillian can reconfigure the layout to better suit their new lifestyle.
Tired of their tiny kitchen and choppy layout, Kris wants Todd to find them a bigger home that offers the functionality her growing family needs, while Pete feels that Jillian can update and repurpose their home to win back Kris.
An old house with an awkward, choppy layout has Shannon turning to Todd to find a turnkey home with a gourmet kitchen and luxurious ensuite, but Ian thinks Jillian is the answer to open up and transform their dated and drab home.
Theressa thinks that with Jillian’s help, their poorly laid–out choppy home will be perfect for their family, but Keith is ready for a fresh start in a modern, practical house with space for crafts, hobbies and two busy teens.
Pratima and Parmjeet’s big home poses an even bigger challenge for Jill as she tries to fix several glaring dysfunctions and create an in-law space, while Todd must find an elegant new home with a stunning outdoor space to match.
Portia and Glen’s crumbling character home has a tiny kitchen and only one working bathroom for their family of five. Can Jill perform reno resuscitation to keep them there or will Todd lure them away with an open-concept dream?
Amanda and Derek bought a huge home because of its great location and pool but they overlooked the dysfunctional rooms and bad flow. Can Jill wow them with a layout overhaul or will Todd “right-size” them into a modern new home?
Karalyn and Todd’s 1960’s house needs more than a reno. Jillian must radically redesign the entire layout to keep Karalyn at home, while it’s Todd vs. Todd as he tries to tempt them with a new house complete with a stunning view.