Cast Blog: #INTERIORTHERAPY

The Bickering Beechers

Ryan's Not So Sexy Style

The Costello Cackle

Operation Love is a Success!

Jeff's Childhood Nightmares

Hayden's Home Takeover

Jeff Conquers the Castle

Jenni's Near Death Experience

Barbara's New Kitty City

Jeff and Pol's Explosion

When Jacuzzis Fly

Big and Plenty

Color Without the Cans

Wee Weenie Art

Unspoken and Unresolved

The Golden Rule

All That Gitters Isn't Gold

Keep It Cozy

More Than Meets the Eye

Compromise and Sexual Coupons

Jenni's Makeover Musts

Work in Progress

Too Much of a Good Thing

Is Zoila Defecting?

Like a Sitcom

No Ordinary Makeover Show

Back to Life

The Bickering Beechers

Jenni gives her thoughts on the problems in Crystal and Brian's home (and relationship).

Beecher's Madhouse

Beer cans next to the toilet.
Socks on the floor.
Pizza boxes everywhere.
Welcome to the Beechers!

This couple clearly has a power struggle. It was a mess, and not just their space. Crystal tells Brian, "You don't know what proper style is. It's called grown up and being sophisticated." Brian hates Crystal's taste and especially her blue chair. He loves his shark and frat memorabilia. Brian disrespects everything in the house except his man-cave.

Fighting, bickering, fighting!

She constantly nags him, and I can't help but chime in that it is a mother-son relationship with nookie. Sounds creepy, but true.

Jeff related to Crystal and her need for clean, but points out that she is extremely difficult. She is overly critical and harsh. Brian admits he acts out because he is tired of her constant nagging

I explain to Crystal that nobody wants to see Mommy in lingerie. She can't nag him and also needs to be careful with her tone. Brian needs to respect their space and Crystal.

Furniture shopping is a bust. Crystal keeps gravitating towards the same styles. We must create a balance in their space and their partnership. Tone is crucial in any relationship; Crystal needs to soften hers. We tell Crystal to make a list and approach Brian with a nurturing tone.

At the hotel they seem to have a breakthrough.

We finish the space (after locking Zoila in the closet), and it looks beautiful.

We have created a sophisticated space that incorporates both of them. It now has a beautiful flow between living and dining room, which we hope will cause a new unity in their marriage as well. It represents them both and feels calm and happy, which is what we wish for their future!

Goodbye Bickersons, hello Blissersons!

Tune in next week to an artist who has lost her way. We come to help her find it.