Emily believes their home is dated and not spacious enough.
Emily believes their home is dated and not spacious enough.
Gray loves his family's home because of the large lot and amount of privacy, but April wants to move closer to town and into a house with updated fixtures and finishes.
Stew and Alan love to entertain, but after retiring, Stew noticed how small and dated their space has become.
A family of five has outgrown their home; Quincy is ready to move, but Don loves their neighborhood and wants to make their house work for them again.
With a third child on the way, Justin is tired of the chaos in their tiny home, but Breanne loves their house and its potential.
Ken and Mark bought a cabin that needed work, but haven't accomplished much in five years; Ken is ready to move on, but Mark is desperate to make the house functional.
Jeff and Callie bought their home sight-unseen while living overseas, and it's too small and dysfunctional for their growing family.
Jonathan's mother, Cindy, moved out after getting tired of living in their basement; both Stefanie and Jonathan want her to move back in to help with their twin daughters.
Joi is frustrated with the lack of privacy in their home.
Shelly and Zahid love the pond on their property, but Shelly is tired of its interior; Zahid still loves their home.
High school sweethearts that purchased a starter home near their beloved bike trail are now desperate for more space; they love to host gatherings, but the main floor is cut off and the dining area only seats four.
A couple loves the character of their 1960s home, but he wants something more energy efficient with space to expand their family; she thinks a renovation can fix the functional flaws, so Hilary starts a remodel that gives the family room a flourish.
New parents and ambitious entrepreneurs Whitney and Taylor need more space for their family and business ventures.
A couple debates the benefits of getting a home with more space for entertaining vs. making changes to their existing house so they can preserve memories with their kids; after a decade of DIY renovations, the couple brings in help.
A man quickly feels out of place after moving in with his wife in her grandmother's old house; the home is dated, closed off and hosting gatherings is problematic.
The decision to start a family prompted Ben and Courtney to buy their first house, a 1930s-era, ivy-covered brick home with a lot of charm and a lot of issues, including a flooded basement.
Chris and Maria moved into their home with two kids, but now with four children, the house and its tiny kitchen feel cramped and cluttered; Maria wants a gourmet kitchen closer to her work, but Chris loves the neighborhood.
Kerry and Dave renovated and added to their home as their family grew, but their three kids have taken over every common room; Kerry wants a home with updated bathrooms, but Dave is attached to the house their children grew up in and refuses to move.
A couple compromised on a fixer upper on 1.5 acres near a nice neighborhood; the woman is eager for David to find them a new house with a gourmet kitchen, but the man insists that they can make the house work with Hilary's help.
A couple are fed up with the lack of functionality in their home; she thinks the house is too small and would never work if they had another child, but he doesn't think they'll find a home in the same location with as much charm within their budget.
A couple fall in love with a home in a coveted family-friendly community near a golf course and hastily purchase it before they even start a family; three kids later, she decides the dated house cannot accommodate their busy family.
Bert and Tommy share Tommy's eclectic, 1980s contemporary home, but Bert wants a home that reflects them both; the couple loves to entertain and host visiting artists and friends, but Bert feels the house leaves him with no space to call his own.
The addition of two adopted sons turns Jill and Joe's once-cozy house into a loving home with a lot of chaos and not enough space; Joe wants to make improvements to the inside of the home to match its kid-friendly outdoor spaces.
William and Ashley bought their cozy 1950s home in a prime neighborhood when their family was much smaller, but their three growing sons are testing the limitations of the house; Ashley believes they can add square footage to meet their needs.
Empty nesters disagree over whether they should improve their current home or find something smaller and easier to maintain; she can't see the potential in their closed-off quarters, while he holds on to the memories created in their home.
After welcoming their second child, a woman feels as though the house is getting too small, with toys in every room; however, her husband has carved out multiple spaces for himself as well as his plethora of clothes and shoes.
After buying their first home together, a family grew by three young children; while the home has been improved, she's had enough of the small space and is ready to expand into a house with plenty of room to raise their family.
Their family home on a large horse farm is a dream for this horse lover, but her city-raised husband has had all he can take; she loves the amazing views and abundant outdoor space, whereas he no longer feels like there's enough space indoors.
A couple loves their mid-century modern ranch home with its charm and close proximity to downtown, but they are starting to feel like their family is outgrowing the home and wish they had a more functional space.
A couple once excited by the potential of their family starter home has now grown tired of its cookie-cutter concept and lack of space. Hilary greets the challenge of finding space while upgrading from builder-grade design, while David tries to to find them a new neighborhood to love.
A couple with an idyllic yet quirky house near a lake is now feeling cramped after their family doubled in size; while Hilary's mission is to make them fall in love with their property again, David searches for a better fit for their family.
Todd and Robyn are ready for a change now that their children have grown and moved out; Todd wants a lot of space for entertaining and guests, whereas Robyn wants a new place downtown within walking distance of all their favorite haunts.
Steve and Theresa custom-built their dream home on a private lot, but the house doesn't work for them anymore; Steve wants to fix the kitchen and master bathroom, but Theresa would rather find a smaller home on less land.
Rachel and Adam's family has outgrown their home, with three of their four children sharing one bedroom; Adam sees plenty of potential in the house to add more space, but work-at-home mom Rachel is ready to move to a larger house.
Michael and Natalie bought their home in a rush, and after painting, adding an addition and living in it for a while, she's still bothered by many functional issues; he loves the home's traditional aspects, large yard and short commute to his job.
Parents with young kids are struggling in their '70s house with a choppy floor plan; she convinced him to buy the property because it's close to his childhood home, but the nostalgia quickly wore off when he realized how much work needed to be done.
A couple purchase their current home in haste despite its flaws so they can be closer to work and school; although they love the area, their house is dated and does not have all the space, function and style they would prefer.
After six years, Garrett and Katy disagree over the style and function of their current home; Garrett loves its location in an area with increasing property values, but Katy wants a better workspace for her home-based business.