‘Dream Rooms’ Unleash the Power of Paint!

Published October 13, 2020

Only have 24 hours and a big idea? The Design Network and The Wooster Brush Company have partnered up for an all-new season of Dream Room in a Day! This season, it’s all about harnessing the incredible power of paint and great tools as coastal properties are transformed in the idyllic beach town of Wilmington, North Carolina. New episodes of Dream Room in a Day air weekly on Tuesdays at 8/7 central.

Designer Lindsey Gregg uses Wooster tools & a talented crew to get the job done.

In six jaw-dropping episodes set against the backdrop of a charming seaside escape, expert interior designer Lindsey Gregg helps homeowners transform neglected spaces into thriving sanctuaries. The catch? Lindsey only has 24 hours to get it done. No need for construction, sawdust, or a massive demolition, watch as Lindsey reshapes her client’s spaces in record speed, with innovation and a little elbow grease. 

From brick white washes to monochromatic master bedrooms, Lindsey and her crew are leaning on the innovation of Wooster Brushes and tools in every home to get the job done in record time. And sometimes – Lindsey catches a nice break in the shade between coats!

Lindsey’s crew stocks up on the Wooster Pro Doo-Z for an ultra-smooth finish.

This season, we even get a glimpse into what happens when your home also doubles as your work space – as Lindsey syncs up with a local entrepreneur to transform her company headquarters into a place she is proud to show clients. Using tools like the Alpha Thin Angle Sash for sharp lines, the Pelican Hand Pail to avoid hand cramping during a long day on the job, or the Pro/Doo-Z for a smooth finish and fast results… each episode is packed with takeaway and tips for getting the job done better and faster. These multi-layered reveals tap into organization, renovation, paint and great design.

No matter the client or scenario, every episode of Dream Room in a Day ends with a big surprise ‘hello’ and ends by saying ‘goodbye’ to old outdated design for good!