Host Carter Oosterhouse welcomes three teams of renovation experts to Cincinnati, Ohio where they are each given a dilapidated rowhouse and the task to transform one room each week. The teams start off with a shocking tour of their rundown property and immediately start tearing down walls and opening up rooms. The first assignment is to completely renovate the living room, but they only have four days to do it and each team must quickly define their style; Dan and Katie create a "moditional" space, while Ted and Krys introduce the judges to "lumberjack sexy" and Geoff and Josh look to impress with their signature "coastal elegance" motif.
The teams take on the master bedrooms and adjoining suite but it's up to them to decide what will result in the highest property evaluation; a bathroom, a dressing area or walk in closet? They consider their neighborhood and target market as they decide what will increase the appeal of their home the most. Dan and Katie keep it simple but Ted and Krystal start to show signs of being in over their heads and Geoff and Josh learn the hard way that walls don't paint themselves.
In the spirit of rejuvenating the surrounding community, this week's challenge comes with a twist: instead of making over the dining rooms in their own homes, each team will go out and renovate a dining room in the neighborhood. To make things more interesting, the teams have to depend on their clients design wishes and will only have their carpenters to assist them, leaving the rest of the work to be done by them. Dan and Katie struggle with focus and inspiration, the stress between Ted and Krystal puts a strain on their relationship and after getting a harsh critique Geoff and Josh learn to shut up and get to work.
This week's challenge has the teams tackling a big impact project: the bathroom. They all come up against plumbing problems in super small spaces and get close to the boiling point of the competition. Tired of playing it safe, Dan and Katie decide to show the judges they can take design risks, Ted and Krystal continue to fight and the judges question their commitment to the competition while Geoff and Josh streamline their work load.
The teams finally confront the kitchen, one of the most important factors in upping the value of their renovated homes. Each team dives in as creativity, demolition and installation of sleek new cabinets and appliances gets underway. Dan and Katie don't see eye to eye, Ted and Krystal struggle to keep their heads in the game but Geoff and Josh are in heaven; designing kitchens is their specialty. A major twist comes to town when Ted and Krystal are asked to leave the competition and a new team adopts their house mid-renovation!
The teams' flipping and real estate knowledge is put to the test when they get to design their home's bonus room. They must choose between another bedroom, a home office or a multi-function room that would do the most to increase property value. Sick of playing second fiddle to Josh and Geoff, Dan and Katie decide to switch up their design approach. Meanwhile, new team Alana and Anya get a rude welcome.
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