Flipping the Block: Tour the Guest Bedrooms

The stakes get higher and the budget smaller as the Flipping the Block teams compete to renovate their way to a $50,000 prize. This week, the four duos tackle the condos' guest bedrooms.

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The Bedroom Challenge

This week, the four Flipping the Block teams were challenged to remodel their guest bedrooms. The winning team will receive an extra $5,000 to put towards their remaining projects.

Bonus: HGTV Magazine Feature

HGTV Magazine editor-in-chief Sara Peterson, here with host Josh Temple, visited the set to share a bonus prize: The winning guest bedroom will be featured in a magazine spread.

Shauna and Anicka: The Design Plan

Shauna and Anicka decide to go bold in their guest bedroom with a built-in bookshelf, a decked-out closet and bold accent pieces.

Shauna and Anicka: Guest Bedroom, Before

Before the renovation, the guest bedroom was dim, dirty and full of debris.

Shauna and Anicka: Guest Bedroom, After

This room is neutral no more! The sisters used a huge dose of their signature accent color, orange, on an accent wall full of new built-in shelving. Neutral walls and bright bedding complete the look.

Shauna and Anicka: Guest Bedroom, Before

Prior to the renovation on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," the guest bedroom wall nook was wasted space.

Shauna and Anicka: Built-In Shelving, After

As seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," shelves installed beneath the final layer of drywall putty creates a dramatic and functional built-in shelving unit.

Shauna and Anicka: Shelf Accessories, After

Orange wall with built-in Shelves

Shauna and Anicka: Graphic Patterns, After

Textiles on Side Table

Shauna and Anicka: Reclaimed Wood Headboard, After

Rustic Wood Headboard

Shauna and Anicka: Upstairs Hallway, After

The teams also renovated each condo's upstairs landing. Shauna and Anicka used a neutral gray hue that complements the palette in the adjacent spaces.

Curtis and Amanda: Short on Funds

After spending most of their budget on the kitchen renovation, the Silver Team has less than $300 to complete their remaining spaces.

Curtis and Amanda: The Design Plan

The budget-savvy plan? Lots of DIY renovation for Curtis, plus Amanda's creative trash-to-treasure projects.

Curtis and Amanda: Guest Room, Before

The basic beige guest room was dingy and dirty prior to the renovation.

Curtis and Amanda: Guest Room, After

The couple created a multi-functional, rustic space with a dramatic daybed, built-in office desk and soothing blue color scheme.

Curtis and Amanda: Guest Bedroom, Before

As seen on HGTV’s Flipping the Block, the guest bedroom in Unit B was cluttered and lacking design before the renovations by team B. (Before).

Curtis and Amanda: Guest Daybed, After

Coastal Country Inspired Bedroom

Curtis and Amanda: Guest Room, Before

Prior to the renovation, the nook in the guest bedroom was wasted space.

Curtis and Amanda: Built-In Desk, After

Curtis and Amanda used reclaimed fence wood to create a rustic, built-in desk that spans the entire length of the nook. A mirrored chest and upholstered chair add a touch of luxury to this guest room.

Curtis and Amanda: Reclaimed Wood Feature Wall, After

Rustic Wood Wall with Shelves and Mirrored Dresser

Curtis and Amanda: Subtle Pattern Mixing, After

Country Chair with Blue Bird Quilt

Curtis and Amanda: Wallpapered Closet, After

Curtis and Amanda: Patchwork Hide Throw Pillows, After

Fur pillow

Curtis and Amanda: Breakfast Tray, After

Bed Tray with White Mug and Plate

Curtis and Amanda: The Finished Space

Judge Scott McGillivray applauded their low-budget renovation, but worried about the quality of work on some of the DIY upgrades.

Craig and Brian: The Design Plan

Woodworkers Craig and Brian decide to put their closet construction skills to work with a custom walk-in unit in their guest room. They'll also update the paint, flooring and trim.

Craig and Brian: Loading Up Supplies

As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Flipping the Block, Brian Welborn gets accessories and supplies for Unit C out of the red team's Ford Transit after returning from a shopping trip with Anicka Marshall on the Block in Glendale, California. Brian and Anicka had combined errands and split a ride. (Action)

Craig and Brian: Guest Room, Before

The run-down guest bedroom was in need of some serious love on move-in day.

Craig and Brian: Guest Room, After

The twins' neutral color scheme and high-quality finishes echo the "high-end bachelor pad" vibe seen throughout the condo.

Craig and Brian: Guest Room, Before

Before the renovation, the guest bedroom featured a shallow closet that took up most of the room's wall space.

Brian and Craig: Guest Room, After

The brothers installed a narrow closet door and added a custom closet with built-in shelving, making the wall appear larger and creating smarter storage space.

Brian and Craig: Minimalist Modern Bed, After

Small Guest Bedroom with Colorful Striped Rug

Brian and Craig: Side Table Accessories, After

Vintage Bedside Table with Votives

Brian and Craig: Patterned Accent Pillow, After

White Linens with Orange Accent Pillow

Brian and Craig: Walk-In Closet, After

Small Guest Bedroom with Walk-In Closet

Brian and Craig: Built-In Closet Shelving, After

Walk-In closet

Brian and Craig: Judging Day

Judge Scott McGillivray (in a Blue Team-worthy shirt) loved the twins' added walk-in closet.

John and Whitney: The Design Plan

Bumping out the bathroom wall means that Whitney and John have the smallest guest bedroom. They decide to maximize their space with bright colors and a built-in workspace.

John and Whitney: Guest Room, Before

Prior to the renovation, this small space was the last place a guest would want to sleep.

John and Whitney: Guest Room, After

A closet lined with deep teal and a daybed outfitted with bright patterns are balanced by the room's soft gray wall hue.

John and Whitney: Guest Bedroom, Before

Drywall, flooring, lighting — it all needed a boost prior to the renovation.

John and Whitney: Bright Daybed, After

Sleek pendant lighting and gray walls provide a neutral backdrop for the fun dose of color atop the room's daybed.

John and Whitney: Bedroom, Before

As seen on HGTV’s Flipping the Block, the guest bedroom in Unit D was cluttered and lacking design before the renovations by team D. (Before).

John and Whitney: Driftwood-Inspired Dresser, After

To make this space multi-functional, John and Whitney Spinks added a built-in desk to the corner of the room.

John and Whitney: Bright Pillows and Lighting, After

Colorful Small Guest Room with Day Bed

John and Whitney: Desk Nook, After

Vintage Dresser with Teal Accent Vases

John and Whitney: Upstairs Laundry Unit, After

John and Whitney were the only team to move their washer and dryer units to the upstairs hallway, making it more than just a thoroughfare.

John and Whitney: Judging Day

Scott loved the bright, modern feel of the space, but worried that the lost square footage made this room feel cramped.

The Moment of Truth

So, which remodel did Scott think added the most value?

The Winner Is...

John and Whitney! See their bold, color-filled space in the pages of HGTV Magazine.

Go Behind the Scenes

Go behind the scenes with digital reporter David Bromstad to see exclusive interviews with Scott, Josh and the cast.

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