Season Final: With a toddler needing to be toilet trained, parents Dean and Shannon decide it's time to tackle the task of bringing their privy inside and renovating the bathroom.
Kerry and Jeremy both stand at over six foot, so their 80s style arches are design features they could do without. Then there's the matter of the ugly cocktail bar.
When Pete and Helena moved into their beautiful heritage home, the only fly in the ointment was the unsightly laundry. It's now up to Barry to bring it into line with the rest of the house.
Barry and the team are on hand to help give a hard-working father of four his own private man-cave theatre to escape to.
Heidi is a very busy mum with three kids under the age of eight. Her hideaway is the downstairs toilet, which is in dire need of some TLC. Barry and the team give her a privy to be proud of.
Artist Mel wants to transform her old tree-house granny flat into an artist studio that doubles as a guest retreat. Barry is going to have his work cut out to convince her that she can't have it all.
Conservative homeowners want to transform their massive hallway into a more welcoming space. But their attachment to tradition may prevent them from embracing Barry's bold vision of their future.
A fun-loving bachelor who loves hanging out with friends in his inner-city pad asks Barry to come up with a way to open up his tiny balcony and create an alfresco entertaining area.
Barry Du Bois and the team bring some Hamptons-style elegance to a couple's depressingly unromantic bedroom and en suite.
Returning: Every home is a castle, whether it's desperately in need of expansion, or crying out for a little TLC. Barry Du Bois is the man with a plan to turn the humblest place into a palace.