Carter stages an open house so Price Hill, Cincinnati can finally see the renovated houses and celebrate the teams who are helping rejuvenate the neighborhood. The teams are relieved the hard work is done...or is it? Carter announces that the attendees actually voted on best house and the one room that "ruined" the house for them. Now each team will be asked to re-do that room in the hopes of perfecting their renovation and increasing the overall appeal of their house. The teams are feeling the pressure as they revisit old mistakes and at the end of the week one team will be crowned the winner.
Teams have one last chance to make a first impression. It's time to pull it all together by finishing the front yard and facade of the house. Curb appeal can mean the difference between a home sells quickly and a home that sits on the market for months. Dan and Katie are down $1,000 and have to decide how to spend wisely, Geoff and Josh make a splash on their biggest canvas yet and Anya and Alena try to keep in stride with the other teams.
Three teams continue their quest to revitalize the once thriving neighborhood of Price Hill, Cincinnati. This week, they are given the task of tackling their guest room. After two straight wins can Dan and Katie run away with the competition? Anya and Alena pull out all the stops in a attempt get their first win. Josh and Geoff battle to get back on top, but will they finally push their carpenter over the edge? With only two spaces left, every decision is crucial!
The teams take to their backyards to create outdoors spaces that feel like an extension of their homes. With plenty of cash, and lots of options, Dan and Katie go back to their roots and design with families in mind, Geoff and Josh decide they have to spend money to make money and Alena and Anya try to bring the sandy beaches and palm trees of their hometown Miami to Cincinnati.
The teams' flipping and real estate knowledge is put to the test when they get to design their home's bonus room. They must choose between another bedroom, a home office or a multi-function room that would do the most to increase property value. Sick of playing second fiddle to Josh and Geoff, Dan and Katie decide to switch up their design approach. Meanwhile, new team Alana and Anya get a rude welcome.
The teams finally confront the kitchen, one of the most important factors in upping the value of their renovated homes. Each team dives in as creativity, demolition and installation of sleek new cabinets and appliances gets underway. Dan and Katie don't see eye to eye, Ted and Krystal struggle to keep their heads in the game but Geoff and Josh are in heaven; designing kitchens is their specialty.
This week the teams face plumbing problems and tiny bathrooms. Tired of playing it safe, Dan and Katie hope their risky design will impress the judges. Ted and Krystal continue to fight, while Geoff and Josh work on ways to streamline their workload.
The teams take on the master bedrooms and adjoining bathrooms, but they have to decide which updates will bring the biggest bang for their buck. Dan and Katie keep it simple, while Ted and Krystal start to show signs of being in over their heads. Geoff and Josh race against the clock to finish their ambitious design.
In the spirit of rejuvenating the community, this week's challenge comes with a twist: instead of making over the dining rooms in their own homes, each team will go out and renovate a dining room in the neighborhood. To make things more interesting, the teams have to depend on their client's design wishes and will only have their carpenters to assist them.
In this video extra, Host Carter Oosterhouse gives a tip about kitchen islands and talks about the fifth episode of Rowhouse Showdown.
In this scene, Geoff and Josh find out they have an immense job ahead of them when they see their scary kitchen.
Host Carter Oosterhouse welcomes three teams of renovation experts to Cincinnati, Ohio where they are each given a dilapidated rowhouse and the task to transform one room each week. Dan and Katie create a "moditional" space, while Ted and Krys introduce the judges to "lumberjack sexy" and Geoff and Josh look to impress with their signature "coastal elegance" motif.
In this video extra, Host Carter Oosterhouse gives a tip about wall patterns and talks about the challenges of working with clients.
In this video extra, Host Carter Oosterhouse gives a tip about bathroom tile and talks about the second episode of Rowhouse Showdown.
In this scene, the teams discuss the work they put into their rowhouses and how the changes will improve the neighborhood moving forward.
In this video extra, Carter talks about the spatial arrangement that clinched the winning team's victory and reflects on his Rowhouse Showdown experience.
In this scene, the winners of Rowhouse Showdown are announced after weeks of nonstop renovating,
Carter evaluates the front yards and facades of the teams' houses and offers suggestions for improving their curb appeal.
When two teams tie for first place in the curb appeal challenge, it's up to Carter to cast the deciding vote.
Facing a dwindling budget and pressure to impress, Katie and Dan make a plan to increase their rowhouse's curb appeal.
In this scene, Geoff and Josh share their opinion on Miami style.
In this scene, Geoff and Josh have a surprise in store for the judges with their suitcase dresser.
In this video extra, host Carter Oosterhouse gives a tip about using repurposed materials and talks about his favorite moments from this week's guest room challenge.
In this scene, the other teams rush against the clock but Geoff and Josh are bored after having finished so fast.
In this video extra, Host Carter Oosterhouse gives a tip about renovating backyards and talks about his favorite design elements in the seventh episode of Rowhouse Showdown.
In this scene, Alena and Anya are brand new to the competition but their Miami style doesn't phase Geoff and Josh.