Trading Spaces: Family

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TLC (ended 2005)

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Trading Spaces: Family

Show Summary

Ever sit in a friend or relative's home and wish you could strip or paint the walls, take up the floor, sew and replace fabric on the couch or chairs? Then this show is for you! Trading Spaces: Family is a design show based on the British series Changing Rooms. The shows takes two sets of neighbors, and they switch one room in each other's home. They are assigned a designer, and given a $1,000 budget... and they only have two days to completely redesign their neighbor's room. They are not allowed back in to their own rooms until the two days are up. At the end of each episode, the host sits down to talk with the designers about the room they just finished. Then, the host takes the owners into their rooms, with their eyes closed, and reveals the room to them. Will they like the design? Will they hate them? Will they get rid of the design... Or their neighbors? In Trading Spaces: Family, they add a twist. It's not just neighbors trading spaces anymore; it's families. Teams consist of 3-5 family members, and at least one of them must be a tween (9-12 years old) or a teen.moreless
Faber Dewar

Faber Dewar

Carpenter (2004- present, recurring

Joe Farrell

Joe Farrell

Host

Laurie Smith

Laurie Smith

Designer (2003-present, recurring)

Frank Bielec

Frank Bielec

Designer (2003-present, recurring)

Amy Wynn Pastor

Amy Wynn Pastor

Carpenter (2003-present , recurring)

Laura Day

Laura Day

Designer (2004- present, recurring)

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Does it really need a new title?

    6.5
    This show is just like the original, which is not doing to well. Granted it is nice to see the kids working on projects and learning at the same time. Maybe what the show needs is an addition spark but it does not look like it is going anywhere any time soon.

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