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Bang For Your Buck
Granite countertops or a custom, mosaic backsplash? Hardwood floors or stone tiles? We are bombarded with so many beautiful home renovation ideas, not only is it difficult to decide what we want, but it's hard to determine which choices provide the greatest return on investment.
Carter Oosterhouse is a man on a mission. For homeowners who have been told that their home project is too difficult, costly or just not worth the effort, lifestyle expert and craftsman Carter comes to the rescue. While others may not be able to pull it off, Carter makes the "imp
David Bromstad transforms tired rooms into vibrant spaces by adding a little color. With his Miami-based team, he incorporates color to create beautiful and unique designs.
Design on a Dime
A beautiful room doesn't have to be expensive. By combining smart cost-saving ideas and clever design solutions with a sophisticated sensibility, any space can look like it cost a fortune.
These eccentric homeowners pushed the envelope to create one-of-a-kind living spaces.
Gardening by the Yard
Master gardener Paul James shows the basics of yard care, focusing on common gardening issues with solutions for people who want nice yards but don't have a lot of time. He covers a variety of topics like soil, trees and pests.
From Beverly Hills to the Sunset Strip, Los Angeles is a place where the rich and famous live large, and everyone has a dream. For the region's real estate brokers, landing a client and closing a deal can be as competitive as any casting call.
From luxury mansions to modest flats, the London's buyers and sellers expect royal treatment. Follow the city's most elite agents as they try to sell some of the most gorgeous homes in the world.
Selling New York
They are assertive, razor-sharp and always compelling real estate brokers in the country's most competitive market. In a city of over 8 million people, where the average sale price is over $2 million, the competition to seal the deal is stiff.
Custom made for the whatever-it-takes challenged budget, Decorating Cents approaches extreme makeovers with extreme financial restraint. Host Stephanie Lydecker and guest designers renovate with less than $500.