Tensions are boiling over! It's down to the wire on Lifetime's Little Women: LA spin-off Terra's Big House — which documents the process of Terra Jole's big home remodel. Terra and her husband Joe Gnoffo just became first-time homeowners but they knew that their new house needed a ton of renovations in order to make it little person-friendly — which is why Terra gets extremely frustrated with her interior designer Stephanie Ballard. In an exclusive sneak peek from tonight's episode, Stephanie suggests that she shouldn't continue working on Terra's home because of a major slip-up — just as the project is nearing its due date.
“The appliances are not the first item Stephanie purchased that are not LP accessible,” Terra said in her confessional. “She didn’t show us the barstools in the guest house before purchasing them and they’re a total problem for us.”
The whole point of renovating their new home is so that they could make the entire house easily accessible for little people, so it’s understandable that Terra would be frustrated. She tried to get on one of the bar stools to test it out and she struggled to get onto the seat — which could have been avoided if Stephanie had communicated with Terra before buying them.
“We have different limitations and we need to see things before she buys them to make sure that we can actually use them,” Terra explained. But Stephanie seemed to blame her error in judgment on the fact that she hasn’t gotten much feedback from Terra throughout the process, and she admitted that she was also becoming frustrated with the project.
Terra said that Stephanie needs to try to see things from a little person’s perspective in order to fit her needs, and the designer agreed that she’s failing at providing Terra and her family with the furniture and appliances that they need in order to live comfortably in their new home — and she hints that maybe she isn’t the right person for the job. Watch the full sneak peek below and be sure to catch Terra’s Big House, airing Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.