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This 2010 show will give all homeowners and wannabe homeowners great ideas for refreshing and rejuvenating their properties. Sometimes the projects on the episodes were just as simple as paint and trim while others involved more extensive work. Watching the pros labor alongside the homeowners will give you the inspiration and dedication to fix up your own home.

Saturday 8:30 pm et/p on HGTV
4 Seasons, 57 Episodes
January 1, 2010
Reality, Home & Garden
7.5/10
Cast: John Gidding
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Curb Appeal: The Block Full Episode Guide

  • Diana and Mate recently purchased a home that used to be a general store. Designer John Gidding steps in to transform the decrepit front yard and bright blue house into a comfortable and charming residence for the family.

  • Mike and Teresa are a vibrant, young couple. Unfortunately their home is sticking out like a sore thumb. Designer John Gidding and his team step in and transform this bland home into a modern piece of art.

  • No one can see beyond the dated shingles and dilapidated fence of Gentry and Eric's house. Designer John Gidding and his team step in to turn the hidden hideaway into the picturesque gem of the block.

  • Tim and Karen's home has been in the family for three generations, and it's starting to show signs of neglect. Designer John Gidding steps in to transform this ugly duckling of the street into a stately Georgian manor.

  • New parents Randy and Meredith's home lacks the charm of others in the neighborhood. With the help of designer John Gidding and his team, their bright pink home will go from the eyesore of the block to the gem.

  • Designer John Gidding reinvigorates a boring, beige bungalow with a $20,000 Spanish eclectic makeover.

  • Designer John Gidding and his team give a bright and colorful makeover to an all-white Victorian that resembles a haunted house.

  • Jeffrey and Kim admit they are embarrassed by their bland, barren home. Designer John Gidding and his crew raise the family's spirits the form of a $20,000 makeover to turn the 1950s rancher into the coolest house on the block.

  • Frank and Angel live in the gorgeous Berkeley Hills, but their dated hillside home is anything but beautiful. Designer John Gidding and his team know this is going to be a difficult task, but if anyone can pull it, off it's them.

  • Designer John Gidding breathes new life into a boring 1970s rancher with a spectacular $20,000 makeover.

  • Designer John Gidding transforms a recently engaged couple's hodgepodge home into a stylish modern facade to match their young, vibrant personalities.

  • Diana Phillips and Mate Adamkovics recently purchased a home in Oakland that used to be a general store up until the 1970's, but is now a residential home. The entrance is extremely awkward, and the color is way too bright. Designer John Gidding transforms the exterior.

  • The team steps in and transforms this plain home into a modern piece of art, sure to stand out on the block in a good way!

  • A home without personality is transformed into an artists' abode.

  • Gentry and Eric Young live in a tucked away, charming neighborhood in San Francisco. But their home lacks the charm the neighborhood possesses.

  • In East Atlanta Todd and Mara need help with their out dated curb appeal.

  • Homeowners Jana Steel and Krista Blunk live in hills of Oakland in a 1970's style neighborhood and are desperate to update their home.

  • A bright lemon colored home receives a classic Craftsman look.

  • A boring ranch style home is transformed into a Moroccan paradise.

  • The bright neon yellow blight on the block becomes a chic showpiece.

  • A close-knit neighborhood receives three Curb Appeal makeovers in a row.

  • A home from the 1970's is given a Tudor-style makeover.

  • A unique three generation family and a nearby community center are given a facelift.

  • A young homeowners' drab 1900's Bungalow is transformed. Later, a community center receives a little facelift too.

  • Connecting a neglected Mid-Century home and the rest of the neighborhood.

  • A San Francisco Victorian is restored to it's original state.

  • A hidden hillside hideaway is transformed into a modern masterpiece.

  • A Craftsman bungalow is completely transformed.

  • A haggard hacienda is transformed into an elegant cottage.

  • A home hidden by juniper becomes a modern masterpiece while lucky neighbors also get some love.

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