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The TLC channel that brought you the wonderful show "Four Weddings" comes, "Four Houses". In this series the show focuses on 4 different people with different kinds of houses, that go to each others houses and rate based on interior and exterior decoration. The winner takes home $10,000, and a chance to be featured in Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Different things the constants look for in the houses are; art work displayed in the different rooms, the rooms themselves if they are brightly decorated or not. Little details that each home owner put in their homes are on display and ready for rating.From antlers being hung above the fireplace, to different colored bottles all displayed on a window. Even the backyard is up for ratings. This includes backyards with pools, horses, even tree houses. This show travels around the United States to show different houses in different states. From Texas, to Miami, and so on. It really gives the viewers some good ideas on how to decorate their homes, and ways not to decorate your house. Each house displays the person's personality, either with decoration, or the way their house presents itself. Some people say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a house can fall into the same sentence. They say home is where the heart is. In this case you can see where each persons heart was placed in their home. There is a clear winner in each episode, the people share some of their ratings, and in each episode they ride to the winner's house in the same bus that transported them around to all four houses. If you loved "Four Weddings" and other TLC shows, you will love watching "Four Houses." Not only is this diverse but really gives you an idea of how different people decorate their homes. So tune into TLC for "Four Houses" and you will not be disappointed.

Monday 10:00 PM et/pt on TLC
2 Seasons, 19 Episodes - Currently Airing
July 2, 2012
Family, Reality
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Four Houses Full Episode Guide

  • Will it be all tricks or treats when you open the doors of four New Jersey homeowners on this special Halloween episode? Julia puts her haunted Victorian up against Adriane's house of horrors, Marc's French Tudor funeral or Dolores's Townhouse of souls.

  • - In New York City, entrepreneur Cindy's chic apartment goes up against real estate broker, Michel's converted church, tech entrepreneur Kathy's loft and prop stylist Reno's Victorian brownstone.

  • In Los Angeles, bar owner Brian's contemporary converted warehouse takes on real estate agent Debbie's recycled tribal ranch, preacher Catherine's cozy modern classic home and artist Rhonda's ultra-minimalistic house.

  • In Las Vegas, architect Jon puts his contemporary desert home up against real estate agent Debbie's colorful Mediterranean, visual manager Rebecca's eclectic home and realtor Ken's Andalusian dream house.

  • In Los Angeles, hairstylist Janelle puts her landmark water tower home up against designer Mark's modern cube house, basketball wife Juliannah's super-sized Mediterranean estate, and tile artist Louise's mosaic masterpiece.

  • Homes in New Jersey include a western-theme mountain lodge; a French country colonial; a princess manor; and a contemporary home.

  • Homes in Georgia include an IT consultant's modern colonial; a real-estate investor's high-rise condo; a stay-at-home mom's town house; and a wellness coach's 1960s-theme pad.

  • In Las Vegas, Magician Murray puts his cozy "nest" home up against Mrs. Nevada America Kristie's Tuscan styled villa, Pro Poker Player Doralee's desert-chic home and Leise's modern-contemporary house.

  • It's a Mediterranean showdown in South Florida! Home-builder Brian's Mega-Terranean mansion faces off with stay-at-home mom Jessica's airy ocean-front oasis, chef Dawn's Italian inspired villa and hotel entrepreneur Christian's high-tech estate.

  • In Colorado, stay-at-home mom Karla puts her feminine Arts & Crafts home up against rancher Gary's taxidermy-filled log cabin, real estate investor Liza's modern townhouse, and antique shop owner, Judi's eclectic one-of-a-kind home.

  • In Atanta, Georgia, aircraft mechanic Lorraine, puts her Mardi Gras decor up against CEO Sheila's French country mansion, real estate agent Deb's modern sanctuary, and interior designer Patt's colonial, stuffed with sock puppets.

  • Holiday decorations on houses in Los Angeles feature a florist's California ranch; a math coach's home on a bay; a CEO's Spanish colonial; and a stay-at-home mom's Tuscan villa.

  • Homes in Austin include a business owner's suburban rancher; a furniture designer's country retreat; a restaurateur's eco-friendly bungalow; and an artist's bohemian chalet.

  • Homes in Miami include an interior designer's Venetian villa; a tanning-salon owner's high-rise condo; an entrepreneur's Art Deco home; and a publicist's vintage bungalow.

  • More homes in New Jersey include a history buff's Victorian; a stay-at-home mom's mansion; a real-estate agent's lodge; and an artist's houseboat.

  • Residences in Dallas include a Western-style manor; a historic vintage home; a suburban two-story house; and a cowgirl's ranch.

  • The New York's Hamptons competition includes a Vegas style villa, a classic gambrel roof house, a French Caribbean mansion and an all-white party palace.

  • The series begins in New Jersey, with the competition between a Princeton manor, a European lodge, a town house on a cliff and a mansion in the woods.

  • Holiday decorations on houses in New York showcase a retired fireman's light display; a designer's refined tastes; and a retail coordinator's family tribute.

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