Keyshawn learns it's no day at the beach when he agrees to redesign the kitchen in Robyn's ocean front condo. The plan calls for a total makeover that includes new flooring, appliances and accessories.
Keyshawn is hired by Deb and Pete to create a family room/playroom that doubles as a guest room. But Mason, Deb and Pete's 7-year-old son, calls a new play and decides he wants this to be his bedroom as well.
Keyshawn is only supposed to re-design the outdated living room for homeowners Tim and Anissa, but when he sees the bright red walls on the adjoining dining room, he decides he has to tackle that, too.
Keyshawn gets to really run with the ball when he meets up with Edie and her daughter Genevieve who share a home. They want to update the look of their breakfast nook area, but don't know what style they want.
Keyshawn finds himself in unfamiliar territory when he's hired to design a nursery for expectant parents Jill and Rob. Since cribs and rockers aren't in his playbook, he counts on his design team to help carry the ball on this one.
Keyshawn thinks he'll have an easy run with Jessica and Chris guest room. But they block grand plans to get rid of their bare white walls for a much more conservative, minimalist look, which, for Keyshawn, means boring.
Keyshawn is caught in the middle of homeowners Dawn and Kurtis. With three daughters and a wife, Kurtis wants to makeover their converted garage into a manly oasis he can call his own. But Dawn wants to use part of the room for her craft projects.
Keyshawn has been asked to design a new bedroom for homeowner Megan's two young boys to share. Her youngest son, Kevin, has autism, which presents some unique design challenges when it comes to colors, patterns and textures.
Keyshawn invites close friend, designer Cami Forte, to join him on a huge job remodeling a kitchen and living room for homeowners Ron and Lee. Ron and Lee, both attorneys, want an eclectic space they can use to entertain clients.
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