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See how Sarah turned a cookie-cutter home into a one-of-a-kind designer showpiece.Photos: Tour the Home
It's a lesson on maximizing style on a minimal budget. Sarah and Tommy modernize the tired farmhouse bathroom with new fixed elements like flooring, fixtures and standalone shower. They offset the new with vintage pieces, such as a painted
Creating a cook's kitchen from a hodge-podge of smaller rooms. Sarah faces confusing flow, uneven floors and low hung windows to make this space the home's epicenter. Big box cabinetry gets a splash of country colour, and is artfully mixed
A wide connecting hall bridging the original house and new addition becomes the hub for family dining. Sarah looks to architectural elements and vintage furnishings to create a welcoming space that also acts as a transition from the fresh,
Sarah and Tommy design a living room from the ground up. Their main objective is to connect this new-build space to the original farmhouse through the use of paint and wallpaper, trim, windows and other fixed elements. A focal fireplace, je
It's girls versus boys as Sarah and Tommy each take a child's bedroom from studs to wonderful. Sarah's girls' bedroom is a study in pinks and purples and delicious comfort, while Tommy's blue and green boys' room includes masculine touches
This one bathroom must service a master bedroom and two kids' rooms. Sarah's brief in this brand new space includes a spacious shower and decadently deep tub. Twin vanities and ample storage solutions also give everyone the space they need.
A bold, antique market quilt forms the basis for this bright, wake-me-up space. Sarah and Tommy use it as inspiration for everything from fabric right down to the paint colour and bedside table lamps. Simple barn board fitted as wainscoting
After seeing how the farm's exterior has come together, Sarah finally learns how much value her hard work has added to the once modest farmhouse. A quartet of real estate agents tours the farm room-by-room, commenting on what they like and
The challenge? Create a family room that is comfortable, beautiful and neutral -the inspiration being caffe latte. After a slight floorplan modification in the new build house Sarah Richardson and design sidekick Tommy Smythe search out pie
Color, pattern, texture and lighting all help to make what is often an orphan room feel connected to the rest of a typical home. Sarah Richardson adds drama to the space with among other touches crown moulding, chair rail and grasscloth wal
It's a lesson in creating a kids' room that has style and can grow with the child. Sarah Richardson and design sidekick Tommy Smythe use a fun polka dot fabric as jumping off point for a space that is light, bright and inspiring. Painted vi
Sarah Richardson carves a dedicated craft room from the blank canvas of bedrooms in this new build suburban home. Sarah's design vision of 'stylized lab' is molded from a space that can easily revert to a bedroom if the need arises. She a
Greys and blacks find their home in a blank canvas boy's bedroom. Sarah Richardson kicks off the design with a zigzag fabric that inspires the rest of the finds ? an Edison bulb light, wooden spool dresser and charcoal chair round out the s
Sarah Richardson introduces romance to this large, builder beige master bedroom. Sarah kicks it all off with botanical inspired fabrics and prints, fresh crisp paint colours and wallpaper on a feature wall. A vintage desk, dresser and other
The oversized master ensuite in this new build suburban house is proof that you can have too much of a good thing. Sarah Richardson's challenge is to use the money she and design sidekick Tommy Smythe saved with standard finishes in other p
An all purpose room the entire family can enjoy. Sarah Richardson invested a serious amount of her upgrade on a basement walkout to the backyard, and ups the ante by combining a series of small boxy rooms into one multi-purpose destination.
Most new build homes come with little more than a patch of grass and struggling sapling. Sarah Richardson revises the front-scape of the custom suburban home with plantings and accessories that convey a been there all along appeal. A trio
Follow interior designer Sarah Richardson through the entire process of purchasing a house and renovating it room by room. She starts by buying the worst house in a good neighborhood a true fixer-upper that oozes with potential. Learn what to look for and what to avoid when house hunting with a renovation in mind. Get inside Sarah's creative mind as she decides what stays and what goes. See her do it all budgeting, conceptualizing, managing dusty, disastrous renovations while creating stylish touches that are her trademark. Let Sarah's House empower you with the knowledge you need to tackle your own whole-house redesign. It's nail-biting drama, practical know-how and jaw-dropping, inspiring ideas all rolled into one exciting show!