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Yellow Bedroom With Wainscoting

After the renovation, the master bedroom in the Gubelmann's new home feels modern and functional, blending Alex's modern sensibilities with Fiona's more vintage taste to create the hip hotel retreat feel that the homeowners wanted. Double doors provide a dramatic entrance, while wainscoting and yellow walls warm up the space. The crown molding frames the ceiling and its spectacular chandelier, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.

Contemporary Blue Kitchen

The home owner's of this Burbank, CA home entirely renovated the space, including widening the opening to the living room before installing wood laminate flooring, white Shaker cabinets and new appliances. The end result is an open, bright and modern kitchen as seen on HGTV's original series House Hunter Renovation.

Minimalist Bedroom With Sleek Platform Bed

As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Kari Camelio and Rebecca Donohue both wanted a home with an open floor plan, lots of space for entertaining and a yard with a swimming pool. The master bedroom has a minimalist look with a contemporary platform bed, matching nightstands and modern lamps.

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Modern Dining Room With Loft Style

This modern dining room renovation from HGTV's House Hunters Renovation makes the most of the open floor plan of Josh Campbell and Mac Gaspard's Studio City, California townhouse. The space reflects the couple's desire for a loft-style home with ample light and minimalist design.

White Painted Brick Fireplace Surround With Small Gray Hearth and Thin Mantel Displaying Modern Art

Black and white art gives a modern twist to the mantel display over this fireplace. Painted white brick, potted hydrangeas and a woven firewood basket create a textural mix to add intrigue to the simple look of the space. A small gray hearth is perfect for catching ash and wood and protecting the hardwood floor below.

Simple Contemporary Living Room

While the walls and major furniture pieces are kept neutral, the accent pillows and rug bring in some fun pops of color.

Laid Back Coastal Dining Area

This casual dining nook gets its personality from the number of unique pieces that make up its whole. Loads of patterned accent pillows are welcoming on this roomy L-shaped banquette that does double duty with storage capability.

Modern White Bathroom

This streamlined modern white bathroom clean lines are accented by wood and dark metal shelves and hardware

Large Walk-In Closet With Pronounced Marble Floor Tile, Mirror Closet Doors and Elegant Vanity With Lighted Mirror

Mirrored doors catch the light and create a reflective finish in this captivating walk-in closet. An elegant traditional vanity base is topped with a contemporary mirror lighted by sconces and centered in the open floor space. Pops of gray are pronounced in the marble floor tile and match the polished style of the room.

Contemporary Kitchen With a Breakfast Bar

This contemporary white kitchen was updated with a large cut out into the dining room. Now, the homeowners have a cozy breakfast bar for eating and doing homework, all with views into the kitchen and backyard.

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Ever wonder what happens AFTER House Hunters choose? In House Hunters Renovation , our buyers look for a new home that is anything but turnkey. Watch as they tour three potential homes and ultimately choose the one that's waiting for their special touch. Then stay as they renovate and decorate, ultimately revealing their new space.
Season 4, Episode 3

An Old House Gets a New Master Plan

Newly married Ella and Michael Sandin are looking to buy a home for their blended family of five in the quaint and pricey town of Fairfield, Connecticut. With a long wish list of must haves finding a four bedroom house that fits both their styles is quite the challenge. When they finally do settle on a home, they work hard to make it their own. Michael, a self proclaimed architect, tackles a full house renovation head on only to be met with hurdles and obstacles at every turn. After giving it his all he surrenders the kitchen renovation to the expertise of designer Jenna Piccirillo who pulls out all the stops to give Ella her dream kitchen. With less projects to oversee Michael's able to transform the unfinished basement into a stunning master suite. It's a slow race to the finish line but the detours along the way are well worth it to get their picture perfect home!

Saturday
Oct 11
10pm | 9c
Season 4, Episode 11

A Young Family Moves from Australia to Boston to Buy and Renovate Their First Home.

Chris, Erin, and their baby Sebastian have been living in Chris's native Australia. But Australia's high cost of living and wanting to be closer to Erin's parents has prompted them to move back to her hometown of Milton, MA. They've been living with her family as they search for a place of their own. Erin is clear that she doesn't want a Cape Cod home, which she feels is all too common in New England. She'd prefer a contemporary split-level; Chris loves all things modern, paired with rustic elements like exposed beams. Of utmost importance is finding an in-law suite for Chris's parents, who visit for months at a time from Australia. They have a max budget of $600,000 which includes buying furniture and any renovations the place might need. Once they agree on a home, renovations begin straightaway, since Chris's parents are coming to visit in only 9 weeks. With a tight turnaround and rising costs, Chris & Erin struggle to finish extensive kitchen and basement updates in time for their guests.

Sunday
Oct 12
11am | 10c
Season 5, Episode 5

A Young Couple's Hands-On Renovation Still Blows The Budget

Rachael and Ryan are ready to start a family, so they need to get out of their cramped 900 square foot rental and into their first home. They both want to stay near the Santa Monica, California coastline, but the area's expenisve real estate market is making finding an affordable place a real challenge. To lower costs Ryan is willing to tackle a true fixer-upper and handle renovations himself, but the idea of taking on so much work as first-time homeowners makes Rachael a little nervous. Adding to their home-search difficulties is their opposing criteria; he'd like to find a home with a rental unit for extra income, where she prefers a single-family home. With contrasting wish lists their real estate broker Toni Patillo has quite the task in finding them a home that fits all their needs, but as renovation begins, they may discover they've taken on more than they can handle. Even with help from designer Bridgid Coulter and contractor Boaz Siton, they'll run into problem after problem. But after all the termite issues, sewer line problems, and structural issues come to an end, Rachael and Ryan will wind up with the spacious kitchen and relaxing master suite of their dreams.

Sunday
Jan 4
1am | 12c
Season 4, Episode 11

A Young Family Moves from Australia to Boston to Buy and Renovate Their First Home.

Chris, Erin, and their baby Sebastian have been living in Chris's native Australia. But Australia's high cost of living and wanting to be closer to Erin's parents has prompted them to move back to her hometown of Milton, MA. They've been living with her family as they search for a place of their own. Erin is clear that she doesn't want a Cape Cod home, which she feels is all too common in New England. She'd prefer a contemporary split-level; Chris loves all things modern, paired with rustic elements like exposed beams. Of utmost importance is finding an in-law suite for Chris's parents, who visit for months at a time from Australia. They have a max budget of $600,000 which includes buying furniture and any renovations the place might need. Once they agree on a home, renovations begin straightaway, since Chris's parents are coming to visit in only 9 weeks. With a tight turnaround and rising costs, Chris & Erin struggle to finish extensive kitchen and basement updates in time for their guests.

Tuesday
Mar 10
6pm | 5c
Season 2, Episode 9

A kitchen gets a one-of-a-kind teppanyaki makeover, while the rest of the house gets an overhaul.

Tyler and Ari are ready to buy their very first house together. They want more space, and a neighborhood where they can walk the dogs. Plus, Ari would love a pool and Tyler has always dreamed of having his very own teppanyaki grill. They're hoping that as they put their own stamp on a new home, they can find some room to make Tyler's dream come true. The couple's real estate agent shows them several homes, any of which could fit the bill when it comes to renovation. Tyler and Ari make their decision and then dig into the renovations. Tyler is determined to do the work himself, but when it becomes clear that his expertise doesn't quite match up to his ambitions, the couple decides to bring in professionals to redo the kitchen.

Monday
Jul 20
8am | 7c
Season 4, Episode 5

The Ever-Expanding Makeover

Relocating from Colorado, Eric and Jillian Dowsland are finding the Boston real estate market hard to navigate. With higher home prices but smaller floor plans than they're use to the couple is questioning if they'll ever be able to put down roots in their new city. Eric is looking for a place with rustic wood elements that remind him of home, whereas Jillian just want it to be clean and contemporary. Once they decide on a home, the couple then faces a massive, full house renovation they were not expecting, nor budgeted for. Eric admittedly knows nothing about construction yet finds himself deep in a renovation that keeps expanding from room to room. Way in over their heads, the young couple turns to designer Shelly Cates to create a new master bathroom where there once was only a small closet. Under Shelley's guidance the couple also tackle the kitchen and living room along with turning a small alcove into a guest room that doubles as an office. Watch as Shelley's clever ideas paired with the couple's fearless can do attitude create a stunningly picture perfect home.

Monday
Aug 31
9am | 8c
Season 5, Episode 9

A Los Angeles Couple Goes Rogue on Designer's Renovation Plans.

Brent and John love their current Los Angeles house, but it's right in the flight path of LAX. They're ready to move to the quieter San Fernando Valley, and have a budget of up to $700,000 to spend. With the help of realtor Michael Bergin, Brent is hoping to find something with a mid-century modern feel, while John prefers a comfortable ranch-style house. Once they settle on a place, they waste no time starting demo. In their kitchen, they bring in designer Jolene Kraus to help update the space to match their tastes and cooking needs.

Tuesday
Feb 2
4pm | 3c
Season 8, Episode 2

Hot Mess Overhaul in Chicago

Jen and Nick live in a crowded condo in Chicago with their two young children. Desperately needing more space, but facing high home prices in the city, they've secured a mortgage-renovation loan where the costs of renovation are added into the mortgage. So they're looking for a "hot mess" fixer. Helping them find a good bargain is real estate agent Annie Bauer. Because the homes they're looking at haven't been touched in decades, it won't be easy to see past all the flaws and zero in on what has the right potential.

Saturday
Jul 16
10am | 9c
Season 9, Episode 4

Three Agents, One Renovation

Real estate agent Daniel, his wife Julia and their young son Leonardo want to be closer to family, so he's searching the listings for homes in Burbank, CA. Daniel would like to find a ranch on a cul-de-sac while Julia prefers a traditional home with a picket fence. Daniel finds homes that are more his taste than hers, so Julia recruits both of his brothers, who are also real estate agents, to help tip the scale in her direction. When they get the keys to their new home, Daniel and Julia take on projects throughout the house, including a massive kitchen remodel, and they realize they'll have to make some compromises to get their dream home.

Saturday
Aug 6
10pm | 9c
Season 7, Episode 9

The Never-Ending Renovation

Chicago newlyweds Lindsay and Tyler are searching for a home in the city where they can start a family together. But while she wants a Victorian with vintage charm and an open floor plan, he'd rather have a bungalow with more separated rooms. Finding a place that suits them both that's also close to transportation and in their budget will be no easy task for agent Todd Szwajkowski. But eventually they'll find a place they think has great potential, though it may turn out to be a potential for disaster. They'll face plumbing issues, structural issues, and budget issues, all before they even finish demo. As problem after problem piles up, designer Susan Klimala and contractor Allyson Case will try to drag this project toward the finish line. And in the end, even being wildly over budget won't stop them from loving their completely transformed new home.

Tuesday
Oct 11
6pm | 5c
Season 10, Episode 10

Surf, Sand and Reno

After years of renting in Manhattan Beach, California, Veterinarian Assistant Deb is ready to purchase her first contemporary condo to share with her pets. But once she locks in a place, she soon discovers that her budget doesn't go as far as she had hoped. Deb and her pets live through the dusty renovations and face several challenges along the way from costly plumbing issues to crumbling backsplash tile. It's a struggle to the very end, but it's all worth it when Deb ends up with a beach-chic home to call her own.

Sunday
Mar 19
1am | 12c
Season 8, Episode 2

Hot Mess Overhaul in Chicago

Jen and Nick live in a crowded condo in Chicago with their two young children. Desperately needing more space, but facing high home prices in the city, they've secured a mortgage-renovation loan where the costs of renovation are added into the mortgage. So they're looking for a "hot mess" fixer. Helping them find a good bargain is real estate agent Annie Bauer. Because the homes they're looking at haven't been touched in decades, it won't be easy to see past all the flaws and zero in on what has the right potential.

Thursday
Mar 23
8am | 7c
Season 9, Episode 2

Picture-Perfect Kitchen Redo

Natalie and Matt love living in Redondo Beach, California, but want more space so they can start growing their family. Natalie is a food blogger, so she needs a larger kitchen with more counter space and natural light for photographs. While she loves the rustic farmhouse look, Matt prefers something more masculine and industrial for their home. Once they find a house they can agree on, they set about opening up the kitchen and redoing the bathrooms. In the end, they hope to have the perfect home for their future family that features a blend of their personal styles.

Tuesday
May 16
9am | 8c
Season 11, Episode 4

Old Charm, New Home

After deciding to not renew their apartment lease, this Southern California couple begins their search for a home where they can start a family. He wants a single-story home with Craftsman-like details but she has her eye open for something with two stories and an East Coast vibe. Fortunately, they both covet vintage details because their budget requires them to look at fixer uppers. Once they close on a home, the renovation begins and problems arise as they struggle with an outdated and confusing floor plan. Will they be able to overcome all the obstacles and have their very own Los Angeles dream home?

Saturday
Jul 1
10pm | 9c
Season 11, Episode 4

Old Charm, New Home

After deciding to not renew their apartment lease, this Southern California couple begins their search for a home where they can start a family. He wants a single-story home with Craftsman-like details but she has her eye open for something with two stories and an East Coast vibe. Fortunately, they both covet vintage details because their budget requires them to look at fixer uppers. Once they close on a home, the renovation begins and problems arise as they struggle with an outdated and confusing floor plan. Will they be able to overcome all the obstacles and have their very own Los Angeles dream home?

Sunday
Jul 2
1am | 12c
Season 11, Episode 9

An Electrician And His Wife Shock Their Budget

An electrician, his wife and their young daughter are upgrading to a larger family home in the suburbs. She dreams of a house with storybook charm, but his style is more contemporary. It is no easy hunt, and when they do finally settle on a house, it isn't long before they run into some challenging situations. From opening up walls to literally moving mountains, they'll need help from friends and extended family before they end up with a space that they are proud to call home.

Saturday
Jul 8
10pm | 9c
Season 11, Episode 9

An Electrician And His Wife Shock Their Budget

An electrician, his wife and their young daughter are upgrading to a larger family home in the suburbs. She dreams of a house with storybook charm, but his style is more contemporary. It is no easy hunt, and when they do finally settle on a house, it isn't long before they run into some challenging situations. From opening up walls to literally moving mountains, they'll need help from friends and extended family before they end up with a space that they are proud to call home.

Sunday
Jul 9
1am | 12c
Season 11, Episode 8

Retro Kitchen, Modern Problems

Nashville real estate agent Elliot has helped numerous people find their dream homes, and now he is on the hunt for his own first home. His best friend Beta accompanies him as he searches for an older cottage reminiscent of the house from his childhood. But once he finds his dream home and the renovation process begins, Elliot is pushed to his limits as he faces issues from dangerous asbestos flooring to old rotted ceilings. It's a stressful process for Elliot, but with the help of a hired contractor and designer, the end results are beyond his expectations.

Saturday
Jul 15
10pm | 9c
Season 11, Episode 8

Retro Kitchen, Modern Problems

Nashville real estate agent Elliot has helped numerous people find their dream homes, and now he is on the hunt for his own first home. His best friend Beta accompanies him as he searches for an older cottage reminiscent of the house from his childhood. But once he finds his dream home and the renovation process begins, Elliot is pushed to his limits as he faces issues from dangerous asbestos flooring to old rotted ceilings. It's a stressful process for Elliot, but with the help of a hired contractor and designer, the end results are beyond his expectations.

Sunday
Jul 16
1am | 12c
Season 11, Episode 6

Renovating Walls and Wardrobes

A newly engaged couple takes another leap into adulthood to buy their very first home together in California. But with their modest budget in an LA market, creating their perfect home will take some hard work and a little more compromise than they originally thought. They face some tough decisions in their renovation that can potentially delay the home's completion, but when their renovations are complete, they realize growing up might not be so bad after all in their beautiful new home.

Saturday
Jul 22
10pm | 9c
Season 11, Episode 6

Renovating Walls and Wardrobes

A newly engaged couple takes another leap into adulthood to buy their very first home together in California. But with their modest budget in an LA market, creating their perfect home will take some hard work and a little more compromise than they originally thought. They face some tough decisions in their renovation that can potentially delay the home's completion, but when their renovations are complete, they realize growing up might not be so bad after all in their beautiful new home.

Sunday
Jul 23
1am | 12c
Season 8, Episode 7

An Austin, TX Family Unearths a $15,000 Problem When They Expand Their New Home

Erin and Aemon have recently moved from New York City to Austin, TX to work in the area's growing tech sector, and to raise their young son near family. After renting for a few months, they're now ready to find a home. While Erin loves the cozy charm of a bungalow, Aemon prefers the clean lines in midcentury modern homes. Erin would also like to do less reno and move in quickly, while Aemon is happy to wait and put more work into a house to get exactly what they want.

Tuesday
Jul 25
8am | 7c
Season 10, Episode 11

Vintage Reno, Vintage Problems

Jen and Jeff rent a small apartment in Glendale, CA. While the couple feels they don't need a huge amount of space, they want a house that would give them a little more room for Jen's baking and Jeff's outdoor entertaining. After they decide on a home, they roll up their sleeves and start the renovation. Their vintage house turns out to have lots of vintage problems hidden beneath the surface, but Jen and Jeff hope to get the house up to date while keeping its charm.

Tuesday
Jul 25
9am | 8c
Season 9, Episode 9

Gutting a House and Wallet

Now that Lars and Katherine have a young son, they'd like to trade their cramped Los Angeles rental for a more spacious family home. They'd like a three-bedroom house with a big kitchen and backyard, but they both know that in the pricey Los Angeles market they'll have to be ready to put in some sweat equity. Once they find the right home, major renovations begin in the kitchen and the bedrooms, but a costly wall removal bid stops them in their renovation tracks. While they face rising costs and unexpected issues along the way, in the end Lars and Katherine wind up with a stunning new home that is everything they wanted and more.

Tuesday
Jul 25
10am | 9c
Season 11, Episode 2

New City, New Renovation

After years of moving around the country for work, a couple is ready to put down roots in Nashville, TN. They decide on a home and start renovations, but getting him to agree on a cabinet color turns into an uphill battle. Then, their new kitchen design may need to be reworked if they can't find a way to re-route the gas line for the stove.

Tuesday
Jul 25
11am | 10c
Season 11, Episode 7

Big Reno Plans, Big Problems

A Los Angeles couple is ready to grow their family in a new home. They agree on a lot of their ideal home's key features including a spacious kitchen and plenty of play room for their future daughter but they're torn between midcentury modern and ranch styles. Once they close on the perfect home, they immediately feel they've bitten off more than they can chew. From major kitchen and design studio plan changes, to misplaced doors and tiles, this renovation proves to be a challenge at every turn. With a baby on the way, time is of the essence -- will they pull this project off in time?

Saturday
Jul 29
10pm | 9c

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