Don and the crew are hired to create three different tailgating games for a local racetrack.
Don and Hal go picking at a bat-infested barn; Brian is tasked with upcycling a vintage tire rack into a room divider; baseball display case.
Hal proposes using fire hose made from vinyl as the material for yard furniture; Brian plans on turning a vintage washtub into a pedestal sink.
Joe takes a liking to a metal cart at a foundry and decides to reinvent it as an industrial chair; Don proposes constructing a custom desk that looks like a stack of wood on a pallet.
The discovery of a pile of doors leads to some creative creations, including a headboard and a steam punk coffee table.
The team is hired to build a dining room table for a family of six using 300-year-old windows and shutters.
A customer asks Don to create a coffee table from an old piano; Rex creates a hide away shoe storage unit from a vintage Murphy bed.
Rex turns a round window salvaged from a one-hundred year old home into a coffee table; the team pitches in to convert a vintage wooden phone booth into a wine display.
Don and Hal draw up plans to transform a yoga studio with a dividing screen and a desk made of church organ pipes.
Don suggests turning a vintage trunk into a six-foot high shelving unit; a picker brings in oversized carts that were once used by The Des Moines Register; the guys take an early 1900's icebox and convert it into album storage.
The guys come up with a fantastic solution to Audrey and Dylan's kitchen seating needs; the team builds an elegant wine glass chandelier made of old farm wheels for Don's friend Kristi; Rex transforms an old jukebox.
Constructing tables for a local brewery using vintage bicycle parts to create mobile eating areas; while sawing a boat in half, a century-old treasure is discovered.
Building an ultimate Corn Husker haven in a basement; turning a heavy glove mold press into a lamp.
A master bedroom has a Bohemian makeover.
A man needs help improving the floor plan of his tiny loft.
Restructuring an awkwardly-laid out living and dining room; replacing a dated bannister.
A couple runs out of steam on the renovations of a Queen Anne Victorian.
Newlyweds want to upgrade the family room in their 1920s Victorian home; hotel lobby feel.
An industrial loft in downtown Des Moines, Iowa; sectioning off an open floor plan.
Adjoining rooms overrun by toddlers become a space that is both functional and child-friendly.
Remodeling an L-shaped living room and adjacent dining room.
A couple wants to turn their unused dining room into a space for entertaining.
A master bedroom makeover; star-burst ceiling treatment; mimicking art projects.
Redecorating a large family room in Des Moines, Iowa; reclaiming old chalk boards; resurfacing an outdated fireplace; wine station.
A boring basement becomes a comfortable, stylish space for entertaining.
Making over a bedroom using old barn wood, a reclaimed pocket door and tin ceiling tiles.