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14 :02x01 - Colorful Dining Room

Sep/20/2007
Homeowners Diana Coopersmith and Thomas Plason are sick of their boring dining room. They've found a look straight from the pages of a magazine by that captivates the elegant, festive style they're looking for. The Double Take team re-creates this $42,000 Connie Peterson-designed colorful dining room at a fraction of the cost. With do-it-yourself projects, expert woodwork and bargain shopping, the total cost of the project is $3,700!

Source: HGTV

15 :02x02 - Old World-Inspired Bedroom

Nov/01/2007
After moving to a bigger house, Michelle and Glen Stern's bedroom has been put on the backburner for the needs of their growing family. They want a Moorish-style bedroom that blends rustic antiques with natural fabrics and features a four-poster bed as the focal point. The only problem is this high-end room, designed by Cathleen Gouveia, comes with a $138,000 price tag. The Double Take team mixes do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and savvy woodworking to re-create the space for $2,600.

Source: HGTV

16 :02x03 - French Provincial Sitting Room

Oct/04/2007
Rayce Newman wants to spruce up his living room with a southern French designer look from Jona Collins that features a blue embroidered couch and mixes textures and colors to form a fancy but functional setting. The only problem is the $35,000 look is way over his budget. With the help of do-it-yourself projects, savvy woodwork and bargain shopping, the Double Take team is able to re-create this room for less than $3,000.

Source: HGTV
Guest Stars: Jona Collins as Herself

17 :02x04 - Modern Rustic Living Room

Nov/08/2007
Bachelors Brian Cotter and Jason Walsh are ready to toss out the pizza boxes and clean the stains off the couch to make room for an upscale look in their living room. They it to reflect their more professional lifestyles. They've found an eclectic design by Val Fiscalini that mixes modern streamlined shapes with rustic textures, but the $93,375 price tag is way past their budget. With do-it-yourself projects, savvy woodwork and bargain shopping, the Double Take team sign on to re-create the room for less than $3,000.

Source: HGTV

18 :02x05 - Roman-Inspired Bedroom

Sep/13/2007
Homeowners Sarah White and Scott Holick are tired of their boring basement bedroom. Fortunately, they've found a look straight from the pages of a magazine that would fit their room perfectly. Designer Eddie Saunders has created a Greco-Roman design that comes with a $38,625 price tag. With some creative do-it-yourself projects, master woodwork and savvy bargain shopping, the Double Take team re-creates the room for less than $2,000.

Source: HGTV

19 :02x06 - Jade Dining Room

Feb/10/2007
Roommates Lisa Revelli and Tim Wooster want a dining room where they can entertain. Luckily, they've found the high-end look they love, straight from the pages of a magazine. The room combines both Asian and European influences that create an elegant and comfortable feel, but the look comes with the high-end price tag of over $76,000! With do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team is able to re-create this room for a little over $2,300.

Source: HGTV

20 :02x07 - European Master Bedroom

Oct/18/2007
Newlyweds Jeff and Millo Pasquini are ready for a change in their bedroom. After buying their first home together, they've exhausted all their energy on every other room leaving their bedroom mismatched and uninviting. Luckily, they know the look they want—a subtle European design that centers around a $10,000 silk canopy, costing over $39,000. With do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and woodworking skills, the Double Take team recreates the room for only $2,440.

Source: HGTV

21 :02x08 - Modern Living Room

Sep/27/2007
Homeowner Roby Polacek has a mismatched 1970s living room that he'd like help updating. He's likes the look of an ultramodern, swank living room that designer Phyllis Bowie created for $31,000. With a mix of do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team re-creates the room for less than $2,600.

Source: HGTV

22 :02x09 - Elegant Seaside Living Room

Nov/22/2007
Cristina and James Dyer are ready to give their outdated living room a designer look. They've found a room by designer Roger Stoker that blends seaside elegance with midcentury modern, but it comes with the price tag of $35,000. With a mix of do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team is able to re-create the room for less than $3,000.

Source: HGTV
Guest Stars: Jona Collins as Herself

23 :02x10 - Sunset Bedroom

Sep/06/2007
Teri and David Baldini feel their bedroom looks like a cross between a thrift store and baby nursery. They are desperate for a change and have picked designer Doyle McCullar's $53,000 sunset bedroom as inspiration. With a mix of do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team are able to recreate the room for a mere $2,515.

Source: HGTV

24 :02x11 - Elegant Aqua Bedroom

Oct/25/2007
Homeowner Fauzia Zaheer wants a new start. Most of her personal belongings were destroyed in a flood, though she still has her bed. She found a Carter MacCartee-designed bedroom created that she likes, but it cost $31,000. The room is a delicate mix of elegance and comfort that creates a peaceful allure. With a mix of do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team is able to re-create this space for a little over $2,000!

Source: HGTV

25 :02x12 - Coral Living Room

Nov/15/2007
an and Peter Coopersmith are tired of their dull, sparse living room and are ready to make a change. They love a $39,000 room designed by Michael Ostrow that mixes traditional elements with midcentury style and exudes contemporary chic. By combining do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team re-creates the room for less than $3,000!

Source: HGTV

26 :02x13 - Traditional Elegant Living Room

Oct/11/2007
Tricia Kaiser Ghalam and Joe Ghalam have only three months before their first baby arrives. They've converted their storage/office room into a room fit for the baby, but have no time left to prepare the family room for all the baby visitors. The couple has fallen in love with a $33,000 room designed by Anne Symon, which features a mix of traditional understated elegance and dashes of Asian flair. By combining do-it-yourself projects, bargain shopping and expert woodworking, the Double Take team is able to re-create the room for less than $2,500!

Source: HGTV
Warning: Double Take guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: How To/Do It Yourself | Housing/Building
Status: Returning Series
Network: HGTV ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 11:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: November 11, 2005
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