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1 :01x01 - Pet-Friendly Family Room

Jun/13/2003
Homeowner Sue Brophey has a challenge for host Candice Olson--to convert a mishmash family room that is home to a menagerie of animals into a more sophisticated, organized sanctuary.

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2 :01x02 - Little Girl's Bedroom Redo

Aug/04/2003
Rick and Diane McConnell are expecting a new child. Before the baby is born, they wish to turn their two-year-old daughter's bedroom from a baby's room into a timeless space that doubles as a play area and a little girl's bedroom. The McConnells' little girl loves her new space and quickly makes it her own.

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3 :01x03 - Bohemian Living/Dining Room

Jun/13/2003
Host Candice Olson transforms Melanie Mayromaras' cluttered "soft-loft" apartment into a warm, bohemian atmosphere in which the Mayromaras can entertain guests and host cocktail parties. The warm and funky unity is sure to impress guests.

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4 :01x04 - Eclectic Living/Dining Room

Jun/06/2003
Homeowners Drew and Susan Allen live and work together and they are expecting their first child. Before the baby is born, the couple wants to redo their living room to accommodate the new member of the family, plus Drew's new entertainment unit. Host Candice Olson and her design team transform the Allens' living room into an eclectic mix of modern and vintage to create a casual, functional environment.

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5 :01x05 - Renovated Collegiate Kitchen

Jun/06/2003
Homeowners Joyce and Andrew Grant recently moved into a house that was previously occupied by a bunch of rowdy university students. They feel that their kitchen needs a hug to return it to its former glory. Host Candice Olson brings her design team together to work their magic.

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6 :01x06 - Silver Master Bedroom

Jun/30/2003
Susanne and Mark Alter have two children who are both leaving for university, leaving them with a big house to themselves. They want to transform their unsightly '80s bedroom into a romantic retreat. Host Candice Olson and her team of experts tackle the project.

Source: HGTV

7 :01x07 - Renovated Pool House

Jul/07/2003
Host Candice Olson performs one of her greatest coups as she turns a garage/storage space into a hip guest bedroom, complete with a kitchenette. This makes the space perfect for the homeowner Esther Benaim's 18-year-old daughter, who is moving back home temporarily.

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8 :01x08 - Attic Hangout

Jul/14/2003
Kevin and Rosemarie Wallace are newlyweds who want to make a haven for their two sons to hang out in with their friends. Host Candice Olson creates a space that is both warm and inviting, using and antique theme that is perfect for their old Edwardian home. The entire family is thrilled with the updated room and look forward to many hours of fun in it.

Source: HGTV

9 :01x09 - Basement Playroom

Jul/21/2003
This cluttered basement is currently being used as a storage space. Homeowners Paula and Tim King want host Candice Olson and her team to make the room more functional so it can be used as a combination playroom for their children, spare bedroom and television, music and laundry room.

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10 :01x10 - Living/Dining Room Switch

Jul/28/2003
Homeowners Lyvia and Paul McKeegan often host large family dinners, inviting 30 to 35 people for a sit-down meal. In order to accommodate such a large number of people, host Candice Olson plans to flip the current dining room and living room locations and bring in more seating.

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11 :01x11 - Awkward Space Turns Art Studio

Jun/22/2006
Dawn Miller has two daughters who have moved out of the nest, giving her the perfect opportunity to turn one of their bedrooms into an art studio. She's currently taking an advanced watercolor course and wants a calm, inspirational space for creativity and reflection. Host Candice Olson and her team eagerly tackle the job.

Source: HGTV

12 :01x12 - Bedroom Clutter Turns Calm

Jul/13/2005
Homeowners Marna and Bernie Snitman have been in the antique business for years, so it's pretty ironic that their master bedroom is filled with a hodge-podge of modular modern furniture--a true case of "the shoemaker's children having no shoes." Host Candice Olson and her divine team strive to create a more streamlined bedroom that's as beautiful as the rest of the house.

Source: HGTV

13 :01x13 - Teenage Boy's Bedroom

Aug/18/2003
Diane is a vivacious, articulate stylish single mom who plays percussion in a local Latino band. She's looking to surprise her 15-year-old son, Will, with a hip new bedroom where he can hang out with friends, play drums, study, watch television and, of course, sleep. Host Candice Olson and her crew are on the job, setting out to create a bedroom stylish enough for any teenager.

Source: HGTV
Warning: Divine Design guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Variety
Genre: Family
Status: Returning Series
Network: HGTV ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 03:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: 1999
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