Junkyard Dawgs - Top Design Episode 4
Felicia was so happy she and her client, Mary, had similar design sensibilities. It was as if she'd found her own little Mini-Me.
Todd dropped by the lofts early the next morning to deliver a few dozen muffins and one teeny tiny twist. Instead of shopping for furniture and accessories at a store, they'll be hitting the garage sale circuit. With their morning java and $500 in hand, the designers went rummaging for design inspirations.
Goil stumbled upon a kilt that brought back some fond memories of the time he went on tour with the Riverdance troupe. (Is there anything this guy can't do?)
Back in the showroom, the designers reworked their newly acquired pieces, turning old junks into valuable treasures. They got a little help from their carpenters. The operative word being "little."
Andrea put things into neutral. Carisa gave her client some clean lines. Erik created a room splattered with scary paintings. Felicia stitched together a room complete with an afghan and a roadkill. Goil redefined hideaway beds. Matt created a tasteful Armani Casa-inspired room. Michael had fun playing with his banana and grapes. Ryan got all dark and brooding.
Some of these rooms were actually downright scary. They were creepy ... and they're kooky ... Mysterious ... and spooky ... They're all together ooky ... Oh well, you know what I mean.
Thing also came along. He got to hang out with Ryan in the confessionals. I don't know about you but I think Ryan can be a bad influence.
After a long deliberation process, the judges sent Felicia home for her mismatched room. Carisa won with her sparsely decorated dormroom. I don't know what was more shocking, giving Carisa the win or letting Felicia go after she made one misstep.