The Latest 'Good Bones' News

Just In: Photos From Mina Starsiak’s Gorgeous Summer Wedding Dec 2, 2016

By: Jessica Galliart

The Good Bones star's dress will make you do a double-take. Plus, guess which Good Bones co-star and relative officiated. 

Flea Market Flip: 8 Shopping Tips HGTV Experts Swear By Aug 5, 2016

By: Jessica Galliart

The stars of Stonehouse Revival, Good Bones and Vintage Flip spill their best market-ing secrets. Plus: Their all-time-favorite finds. 

'Good Bones' Star Mina Just Got Married! Sneak a Peek at Her Gorgeous Wedding Jun 17, 2016

Congratulations, Mina and Stephen! It was stunning — and there were so many doughnuts. 

10 Adorable Childhood Photos 'Good Bones' Star Mina Doesn't Want You to See May 9, 2016

You won't believe the cuteness in these throwback photos mom and fellow Good Bones star Karen shared. 

8 Reasons Why We Can't Wait for 'Good Bones' Season 2 May 9, 2016

Good news, fellow Good Bones fans: The show will return for a second season! Let us count the ways we love Mina, Karen and their colorful fixer uppers. 

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About the Show

Mother and daughter duo Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak are setting out to revitalize their hometown of Indianapolis one property at a time. They're buying up run down homes and transforming them into stunning urban remodels. With Mina's real estate know-how and Karen's no-nonsense legal background, these ladies are unstoppable in getting a property they want and enlisting their family's help with demo and construction. When it comes to exciting new homes in the city of Indianapolis, it all comes down to the ladies of Good Bones .
Season 1, Episode 2

Tiny House, Huge Transformation

After purchasing a very small house for only $25,000 near downtown Indianapolis, Mina Starsiak and Karen E Laine have their work cut out for them as they continue their mission of renovating Indy one house at a time. Built in 1880 and totaling only 512 square feet, the tiny house is sure to come with big problems. After the demo team tears it down to the studs, Mina and Karen get to work building it back up again, but bigger and better. Because the house is located in their own neighborhood of Fountain Square, the mother daughter team wants to ensure the house is a solid buy for its next owners. The question is, can they keep their renovation costs low enough to price the house to attract new buyers?

Tuesday
Mar 22
11pm | 10c
Season 1, Episode 2

Tiny House, Huge Transformation

After purchasing a very small house for only $25,000 near downtown Indianapolis, Mina Starsiak and Karen E Laine have their work cut out for them as they continue their mission of renovating Indy one house at a time. Built in 1880 and totaling only 512 square feet, the tiny house is sure to come with big problems. After the demo team tears it down to the studs, Mina and Karen get to work building it back up again, but bigger and better. Because the house is located in their own neighborhood of Fountain Square, the mother daughter team wants to ensure the house is a solid buy for its next owners. The question is, can they keep their renovation costs low enough to price the house to attract new buyers?

Wednesday
Mar 23
2am | 1c
Season 1, Episode 4

Tiny House Turns into a Bohemian Bungalow

The price is high, but the location is prime so Mina and Karen decide to take the risk and invest in a little house on Elm Street in Fountain Square. But, at only 950 square feet, this small house has some big issues. The mother daughter team runs into trouble when sagging floors lead to an unsteady structure. Despite the problems, Mina and Karen forge ahead, intending to create a more functional floor plan that will turn the house into a charming bungalow perfect for any first time homebuyer.

Tuesday
Apr 5
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 3

An Old Victorian House Gets a New Facelift

Budgeting is a must when Mina and Karen splurge on an old house they've had their eyes on for awhile. Inspired by its Victorian style, they have big plans for a massive makeover on this 2,100 square foot home. But this house has plenty of surprises in store for this mother daughter duo. Unlike their usual projects, the downstairs space is actually in decent shape, but it's the upstairs that poses a construction challenge. Can they turn a cramped attic space into a beautiful Master Suite? And faced with narrow stairs, missing woodwork and hours of wallpaper scraping, they hope their Victorian treasure proves in the end that she has something special worth saving.

Saturday
May 21
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 10

New Clients in the Countryside

Mina and Karen's next home renovation project is far from a flip. This time they travel out of downtown Indianapolis and into the countryside to do a home renovation for new clients Mike and Karen Angle. The Angles have a big family but a house that feels very closed-off and they want help opening it up. Once the homeowners are out of the house and Mina's floor plan is squared away, the demo crew gets to work. Part of the plan is to add sliding glass doors and big windows to bring in more natural light. Just four weeks later, Mina and Karen are excited to invite the Angles back into their new open concept home that feels far more spacious.

Tuesday
May 24
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 10

New Clients in the Countryside

Mina and Karen's next home renovation project is far from a flip. This time they travel out of downtown Indianapolis and into the countryside to do a home renovation for new clients Mike and Karen Angle. The Angles have a big family but a house that feels very closed-off and they want help opening it up. Once the homeowners are out of the house and Mina's floor plan is squared away, the demo crew gets to work. Part of the plan is to add sliding glass doors and big windows to bring in more natural light. Just four weeks later, Mina and Karen are excited to invite the Angles back into their new open concept home that feels far more spacious.

Wednesday
May 25
1am | 12c
Season 1, Episode 2

Tiny House, Huge Transformation

After purchasing a very small house for only $25,000 near downtown Indianapolis, Mina Starsiak and Karen E Laine have their work cut out for them as they continue their mission of renovating Indy one house at a time. Built in 1880 and totaling only 512 square feet, the tiny house is sure to come with big problems. After the demo team tears it down to the studs, Mina and Karen get to work building it back up again, but bigger and better. Because the house is located in their own neighborhood of Fountain Square, the mother daughter team wants to ensure the house is a solid buy for its next owners. The question is, can they keep their renovation costs low enough to price the house to attract new buyers?

Saturday
Jun 4
3pm | 2c
Season 1, Episode 10

New Clients in the Countryside

Mina and Karen's next home renovation project is far from a flip. This time they travel out of downtown Indianapolis and into the countryside to do a home renovation for new clients Mike and Karen Angle. The Angles have a big family but a house that feels very closed-off and they want help opening it up. Once the homeowners are out of the house and Mina's floor plan is squared away, the demo crew gets to work. Part of the plan is to add sliding glass doors and big windows to bring in more natural light. Just four weeks later, Mina and Karen are excited to invite the Angles back into their new open concept home that feels far more spacious.

Saturday
Jul 9
11am | 10c
Season 1, Episode 11

Making Space in the Suburbs for a Large Family

Mina and Karen get a call for help from Julie and Larry Lee who are seeking a major renovation for their house in the suburbs of Indianapolis. With a total of 23 kids and grandkids, the Lee's space is far too small for family gatherings. While one of the problems is a tiny kitchen, the home's main issues are a cramped dining room and lack of seating. Can Mina and Karen pull through with another incredible transformation for a family with a traditional style?

Wednesday
Aug 10
11am | 10c
Season 1, Episode 10

New Clients in the Countryside

Mina and Karen's next home renovation project is far from a flip. This time they travel out of downtown Indianapolis and into the countryside to do a home renovation for new clients Mike and Karen Angle. The Angles have a big family but a house that feels very closed-off and they want help opening it up. Once the homeowners are out of the house and Mina's floor plan is squared away, the demo crew gets to work. Part of the plan is to add sliding glass doors and big windows to bring in more natural light. Just four weeks later, Mina and Karen are excited to invite the Angles back into their new open concept home that feels far more spacious.

Wednesday
Oct 12
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 8

A Structure Worth Saving

Mina and Karen bought their latest house in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood for only $4,500. When they see inside, they soon realize why it was so inexpensive. From the termite-infested walls to the faulty foundation, the structure is barely standing on its own. Leave it to Mina and Karen to bring this abandoned wreck back to life! They strip the house down to the studs, then build it back up again to create an elegant and spacious home that's ready for new owners.

Wednesday
Oct 12
11am | 10c
Season 1, Episode 8

A Structure Worth Saving

Mina and Karen bought their latest house in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood for only $4,500. When they see inside, they soon realize why it was so inexpensive. From the termite-infested walls to the faulty foundation, the structure is barely standing on its own. Leave it to Mina and Karen to bring this abandoned wreck back to life! They strip the house down to the studs, then build it back up again to create an elegant and spacious home that's ready for new owners.

Wednesday
Jan 18
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 7

Family Reunion Renovation

Mina has mixed feelings when she agrees to remodel her Dad's house in the suburbs of Indy. Her childhood home definitely needs an update, but her father may still need some convincing. Change is not his favorite thing when it comes to his house. Dr. Casey Starsiak, Mina's dad and Karen's ex-husband, is looking to open up his house with a brand new kitchen, stairway and deck, while also updating the great room and dining room. Although they are not tearing this house all the way to the studs, Dad's ideas about décor could make this renovation Mina's most stressful yet.

Wednesday
Feb 22
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 9

Duplex Remodel is Double the Trouble

After purchasing a duplex for $15,000, Karen and Mina get to work turning the cramped space with two sides into a single family home. Re-imaging the floor plan is easy, it's staying on budget that's a challenge with this project. Because it's located in an outlying neighborhood that's still in transition, the mother-daughter duo has to be mindful of the budget since this home's location could have an impact on its selling price. But with smart purchases and creative styling, Min and Karen make it one of a kind. With a rush to the finish, can this glamorous single family home make a good impression at the open house?

Wednesday
Apr 26
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 11

Making Space in the Suburbs for a Large Family

Mina and Karen get a call for help from Julie and Larry Lee who are seeking a major renovation for their house in the suburbs of Indianapolis. With a total of 23 kids and grandkids, the Lee's space is far too small for family gatherings. While one of the problems is a tiny kitchen, the home's main issues are a cramped dining room and lack of seating. Can Mina and Karen pull through with another incredible transformation for a family with a traditional style?

Wednesday
Apr 26
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 5

A Neighborhood Eyesore That's a Horrible Before Becomes an Amazing After

After purchasing a house from the city for only four thousand dollars, Mina and Karen know they might have a lot of work in front of them. But when they discover detrimental water damage, horrific smells, and questionable water lines from years of abandonment, they brace themselves for the worst. While foundation issues cause a wobbly and very dangerous second story, the girls are worried they may have bitten off more than they can chew. The Bates Hendricks neighborhood is up and coming and they want to ensure an everlasting impression. Can they turn this abandoned dump into a neighborhood treasure?

Wednesday
Apr 26
10am | 9c
Season 1, Episode 4

Tiny House Turns into a Bohemian Bungalow

The price is high, but the location is prime so Mina and Karen decide to take the risk and invest in a little house on Elm Street in Fountain Square. But, at only 950 square feet, this small house has some big issues. The mother daughter team runs into trouble when sagging floors lead to an unsteady structure. Despite the problems, Mina and Karen forge ahead, intending to create a more functional floor plan that will turn the house into a charming bungalow perfect for any first time homebuyer.

Wednesday
Apr 26
11am | 10c

Ornamental Chest Adds Decorative Flair in Open Concept Living Room

Across the room from the sectional in this open concept living room is an ornamental chest that conceals a television, providing the perfect entertaining space in this living room as well as a touch of style. The picture that hangs over the chest is one created by a local artist-one of the many displayed at the open house of this restored duplex.

Contemporary Home Office with Bold Colors

In this second story home office, Karen and Mina created a funky, contemporary space. The large window in the back of the space lets in plenty of natural light, while contemporary furnishings, such as the brightly colored chairs and the contemporary desk, make the space feel bright and new.

Sitting Room Detail

Original wall art and framed family photos provide that personal touch for the very intimate space - the loft sitting room.

New, White Cabinets and Stainless Steel Dining Table in Bright, Contemporary Kitchen

As seen on HGTV's Good Bones, Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak removed a wall to enlarge this kitchen and bring it forward in the floor plan. The team added new, bright cabinets for plenty of storage and stainless steel appliances and dining table to make this space clean and modern. To give the kitchen a little color, teal dining chairs and live flowers were put in place, creating a warm, inviting contemporary kitchen.

Open Concept Floor Plan in Elegant, Contemporary Home

To give more space to the living room, Karen and Mina, of HGTV's Good Bones, removed the walls that used to enclose the space. Now that the barriers are gone, this home has an open concept first floor with a line of sight from the living room into the dining room and kitchen. Each of these spaces, then received an elegant, contemporary design, creating a contemporary, updated space.

Neutral Color Palette and Reclaimed Wood in Elegant, Industrial Guest Room

In this renovated guest bedroom, Karen and Mina repainted the walls and replaced the floors to give the space a fresh, neutral color palette. To create warmth in the space, Karen and Mina, of HGTV's Good Bones, used shades of brown, to make the room warm and inviting. They also added reclaimed wood accents and and an industrial chandelier to create interest and highlight the elegant, industrial design they were going for.

Graphic Chairs and Turquoise Curtains in Contemporary Living Room

In this contemporary living room, chic chairs resting in front of the windows sport letter and number graphics. Turquoise blue curtains hang just in front of those windows to control light and add a splash of color to the neutral space.

Renovated Master Bathroom with Ornamental Mirrors and Pewter Vase

As seen on Good Bones, Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak added mirrors with an ornamental shape and a pewter vase to give this bathroom an elegant design. The neutral color palette reflects the natural light of the window above the shower and the artificial light above mirrors.

No Walls in First Floor Creates Open Floor Plan

As seen on Good Bones, Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak transformed a duplex into a single family residence. To make the space feel open and large, the pair removed walls creating a clear line of sight throughout the first floor.

A Modern Touch

A molded plywood chair offers a place to put on one's shoes, read a book or just relax. It provides a touch of modern decor to the space.

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