'Trading Spaces' is looking for rooms to renovate: How to get cast

Dying to finally renovate the living room? How about the kitchen? Master bath? Basement?! (Oh man, the basement ones are awesome.)

"Trading Spaces" is making its return to TLC, but before production can begin, the team needs rooms to flip! People revealed this week that the search is underway for the perfect projects.

As past viewers know -- the show aired from 2000 to 2008 -- participating in "Trading Spaces" is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Featured families will reimagine a room in a neighborhood home, as those homeowners redesign their rooms. Neither party gets to give any input on their own room makeovers.

Sound enticing? You and a neighboring team can apply for casting at tradingspacescasting.com. There are a few rules to keep in mind, including that teams "must live no further than 1/4 mile from another, with preference to those that live next door to another." So if you and your next-door neighbors are longtime BFFs, get 'em on this!

The beloved show is returning to TV after a decade-long hiatus, TLC announced in March. TLC president and general manager Nancy Daniels called it the network's "most successful and most iconic series."

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Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Designer Vern Yip (top) and host Paige Davis of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Host Paige Davis (center) of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. Davis hands over the house keys to Kirk Velazquez and Brigette Velazquez (left, in orange shirts), and Samm Horowitz and Kenny Horowitz (right, in green shirts). (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Designer Vern Yip (bottom, right) and host Paige Davis (left) of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. Homeowners Kenny Horowitz and Samm Horowitz work in the background. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. Davis examines a ceiling lamp which was accidently damaged when she tried to straighten the lamp arm. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
Paige Davis, host of TLC's 'Trading Spaces' in which neighbors switch homes for 48 hours and redocorate a room in each other's home with help from the show's host, designers and carpenters. (Photo by Bob Riha Jr/WireImage)
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