The always entertaining Flipping Out returns for a seventh season and follows Jeff Lewis and his loyal assistant, Jenni Pulos, as they work in the booming interior design business for a slate of high-profile -- and sometimes over-the-top -- clients. After what felt like an eternity, Jeff and his partner Gage are finally settled into their newly remodeled Los Angeles home, Gramercy. Jeff Lewis Designs, now focusing more on interior design and remodel than house flipping, is thriving with new business. With a growing paint line and a wide array of prominent clients, including CSI actor George Eads and his wife, Monika, who are undertaking a major remodel of their Hollywood Hills home, Jeff’s time and resources are spread thin. Meanwhile, design assistant Andy is agitated over the hiring of a new assistant, Megan, who is getting more quality time with the boss. Jenni is now seven months pregnant, forcing Jeff to make plans for her impending maternity leave.
The countdown to the baby's due date leaves no time for slowing down. While demo at home in Valley Vista starts on the master suite, Jeff and his team continue to work with clients. Gage's stress is obvious, while Jeff channels his by focusing on a to-do list. His control over every situation causes him to lash out at those around him.
After Vanina's breakdown, she continues to report to work, leaving her boss unsure of whether or not she is leaving for good. Jeff comes up on the opportunity to buy another house, which means more change on the horizon. Jenni has good news of her own to share, but a swift illness threatens her health and her hope for a growing family.
Only one week from the baby's due date, Jeff and team rush to make final preparations and wrap up projects. Worried about missing the birth, they head to northern California to wait for the call. After years of research, nine months of pregnancy, and over a week of anticipation, Jeff and Gage finally meet their daughter.
Jeff and Gage bring baby Monroe home and officially step into parenthood. After a three-month hiatus, major changes have taken place at the JLD office. Vanina is gone and they've seen a revolving door of nannies. The office assistant has also left, but not before writing a detailed criticism of his first 90 days at the office. Gage struggles to keep up with work while continuously checking on the baby. Jeff starts to get frustrated with his lack of focus, driving an even-deeper wedge between them.
Jeff Lewis refuses to let his newborn slow him down. He plans to move into his New Hollywood project in order to make room for construction to finish at Valley Vista. Gage continues to lag behind, leaving Jeff to wonder if the tension between them will ever subside.
Moving day proves difficult for Jeff and Gage, as they have to work around Monroe's nap and feeding schedules. Following the tumultuous move back into Hollywood, the trio is finally able to settle into a routine. When his client introduces him to the "Queen of Versailles," Jackie Siegel, the group preps for a trip to the sunshine state.
After months of drama, life at New Hollywood promises a fresh start. Jeff might finally have the support he's been looking for when Monroe’s newest nanny seems to be a great fit. Then the JLD team is off to Orlando to visit Jackie Siegel on her home turf and tour "Versailles," the largest house in the country also a potential new job for Jeff.
Back from Orlando, Jeff is determined to push forward with all of his projects. He prepares his father Tom's condo for the market and schedules more demolition at Valley Vista. With current ventures under control, Jeff goes house hunting with one of his favorite clients, Jeanne Shaw. While business seems to be heading in the right direction, the childcare situation takes a turn for the worse.
In the wake of Gema's exit, Jeff receives a text message full of shocking accusations. Drama ensues between the remaining housekeepers. Jeff and Gage juggle work and home life. When Jeff and Zoila meet, their conversation takes an unexpected turn.
Attempting to diversify his business, Jeff heads to San Diego to meet with a new client who has million-dollar condominiums; Jenni reveals that she and her husband have decided to have a second baby; problems arise with Jeff's contractor, Frank.
Jeff struggles to please his client, forcing him to make a difficult decision; after constant bickering, Jeff and Gage try to reconnect and listen to their unborn child's heartbeat at Alexandra's first ultrasound.
Jeff explores forming a partnership with a furniture company; stress mounts as the team realizes it has to impress the entire family behind the retailer; Jenni struggles with fertility issues as Jeff and Gage look forward to the birth of their baby.
Life at the Jeff Lewis Design office is constantly in motion. Jeff is now focusing on flipping properties and has fewer clients to answer to. There have been multiple additions to the team, with Jeff relying heavily on his new full-time assistant Tyler. When Jenni returns from maternity leave, Jeff is not exactly sure where she fits in. Despite the added manpower, Valley Vista is still under construction with no completion date in sight.
Gage lands a photo shoot for Jeff with furniture company Alder and Tweed. While the JLD crew scrambles to get everything in place, Jeff's focus is on Valley Vista. Between dealing with a forgetful inspector and his need to micromanage two project managers, Jeff is not endearing himself to his new clients.
The team heads to New York City, it's Monroe's first trip, making Jeff and Gage nervous. Jeff charters a private plane and brings along Monroe's nanny and grandparents. The team searches for real estate for Jeff's client, Julie Grossi.
Jeff's project managers clash, only adding to the chaos he was hoping to alleviate. Meanwhile, neighbor Lea Black is back in town and ready to get to work on renovating her kitchen. As if he weren't busy enough, Jeff runs into trouble with another neighbor.
Jeff and Gage are at it again. Not only are they competing over who does what around the house, but whose flip is moving along fastest. Meanwhile, new troubles pop up at Valley Vista and Old Hollywood. Not to mention, team JLD has been rehired by Calabasas clients Liat and Trevor.
Jeff's grandma is rushed to the hospital and his stress level is through the roof. While planning for the worst, Jeff takes on Grandma's healthcare to make sure she receives the best treatment. This added pressure doesn't stop any of his projects from moving forward. As his stress builds, however, Jeff takes his frustration out on his employees and reevaluates who he should keep on his payroll.
Jeff's business partner, Julie, is asking the hard questions and her overly-involved approach to the flipping process clashes with Jeff's working-style. With construction at long-time client Heather's home completed, the group sets out to help furnish her place. Valley Vista sees more personnel changes when Frankie is demoted to cleaning job sites - but even this is a challenge for him.
Attempting to start fresh after closing a chapter in his life, Jeff turns to friend Teddi Mellencamp's accountability program. JLD finds out clients Liat and Trevor are headed for divorce, which means the team is left in the middle. Meanwhile, Jenni finds her dream home and hopes to quickly sell her house while the other is still on the market.
Jeff meets with new client Randall, but is more concerned with pleasing his girlfriend Lala Kent, who will be making most of the design decisions. Lea Black is in town to finally get started on her kitchen demolition. Jeff realizes that his employees seem to lack motivation at the office, which pushes long-time employee Megan to make a difficult decision.