Miami, FLAired on Apr 16, 2006
San Diego, CAAired on May 21, 2006
Miami, FLAired on Apr 30, 2006
Savannah, GAAired on Jun 04, 2006
San Diego, CAAired on Jun 11, 2006
Josh and Michelle’s peaceful two-bedroom condo is tucked away in a quiet complex. It’s got hardwood floors, a swimming pool right outside the door, and it’s just a few minutes from downtown San Diego. With a playful dog and a baby on the way, they’re going to need more space, so why doesn’t anyone want to call this place home? Well, for starters, this unit isn’t exactly getting as much of that famous San Diego sunshine as it could be. And then there’s the attack screen door, pet odor, outdated walls, too much furniture and clutter. First thing to go, the oversized fish tank, that hadn’t seen any fish for a while! Roger’s got a beach theme in mind to counteract the dungeon feel. Soon, the walls get fresh coats of lively blue paint, with a soothing sandy color below the chair rail in the living room, and the furniture is pared down to a manageable assortment. Tanya Memme hosts.
Savannah, GAAired on Jun 25, 2006
Salt Lake City, UTAired on Aug 13, 2006
Charlotte, NCAired on Aug 20, 2006
The Pilot family has lived in their home for ten years. Recently they bought a new place and are in the process of fixing up it up so that they can move in. The problem is that they are having a hard time selling there current home. It’s big with a large yard, and looks great from the street…but the problem lies on the inside. They have a lot of antiques. With Roger and host Tanya Memme’s help they work side buy side and tackle the enormous job of de-dramatizing this place. Over half of the furniture and the year round Christmas is packed up and sent to storage, which doesn’t sit too well with Rob and Valentina. Then Roger adds just a splash of paint to cover up the over bearing wall color in the entry.
Charlotte, NCAired on Sep 10, 2006
Watauga, TXAired on Dec 16, 2006
Buffalo, NYAired on Dec 23, 2006
Dallas, TXAired on Feb 18, 2007
A formal living room, a large family room and a great backyard make Beverly Good’s house sound perfect on paper, but for some reason the three-bedroom house isn’t selling. One problem might be that Beverly’s design theme of “cluttered” isn’t turning any heads. Roger Hazard, designer extraordinaire, will take that all-important feedback from the open house guests and turn this house into the most sought after house on the block. Watch as he de-clutters, restages and works his magic to get this tired old house looking like new again. His plan is to update the living room, family room and master bedroom. Will Beverly resist change or will she accept the help and do what whatever it takes? Tanya Memme hosts.
Burnsville, MNAired on Feb 24, 2007
The average everyday Middle American house is a three bedroom, two baths, tri-level… the perfect family home. But home shoppers in the area don’t seem to think so. One actually said the living room looked like a garage sale! With two young kids and four years at this house, things are bound to get tired looking for Ryan and Julie Crafton. Home design expert Roger Hazard has a plan is to liven this place up. The trouble areas seem to be the living room, bathroom and master bedroom. So, with Roger, host Tanya Memme, Ryan, Julie, and their kids all helping the packing and painting begin. Some walls get lively new color and others are toned down, but is it enough to attract a buyer? And will Ryan and Julie be happy with the changes?
Tukwila, WAAired on Mar 17, 2007
A formal living room, a huge family room and four bedrooms all sound like great selling points, but after several months Dave and Jackie’s home is still on the market. What’s the problem? Open house guests know, and they summed it up with one word …Dull! Designer extraordinaire Roger Hazard has come up with a perfect remedy for dull–add some pizzazz! With lots of help from host Tanya Memme and the homeowners they de-clutter and add a splash of color to four of the dullest rooms in the house. But is Roger going to be able to work his magic when it comes time to stage using their less than desirable furniture? Find out if he turns this drab suburban home into the hottest listing in town.
Peoria, AZAired on Mar 31, 2007
Los Angeles, CAAired on May 05, 2007
Carolyn bought this large L.A. home with dreams of living here forever, but this house is too much for one person. She’s hoping to sell and find another home. Roger Hazard thinks some simple staging will be just the thing to make it more inviting.