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Contemporary White Bathroom

Blue Contemporary Bedroom

Funky Patterned Breakfast Bar With White Stools

French Country Style Bedroom With Dresser Nook

Transitional Gray Double Vanity Bathroom With Large Shower

Transitional Bathroom With Repurposed Vanity Cabinet

Transitional Kitchen With Glossy Subway Tile Backsplash

Feminine Dining Nook

Bay Window Seating Area

Contemporary Bedroom With Bright Yellow Accent Wall

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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.

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Season 3, Episode 11

Erica and Jeff Look For A House They Can Renovate and Entertain Friends In.

Erica and Jeff are ready to buy their first home together in the Los Angeles suburbs. Erica, a nurse, wants a clean and modern space, whereas her husband prefers a more rustic style; they're both hoping for an open floor plan for hosting poker night with their friends. Erica is open to a fixer-upper since she has great faith in Jeff's handyman skills. Jeff, on the other hand, is more reserved about his renovating abilities. Once they purchase a place, Jeff's renovating prowess immediately gets put to the test when they attempt to knock down a wall, but find some unexpected surprises inside. Watch as they figure out how to tackle a bathroom and kitchen makeover, and see how all of their hard work pays off.

Thursday
Dec 11

11pm | 10c

Season 3, Episode 2

A Vacation Bungalow in the Hollywood Hills Undergoes Extensive Renovations.

Wisconsin couple Lori and Cory have their heart set on purchasing a vacation home in the Hollywood Hills. Lori is hoping for something with a beachy feel, while her husband Cory is more interested in a mid-century modern style house. They are eager to do renovation, which is a good thing since the place they purchase needs a total overhaul. However, they quickly realize that managing a whole house renovation from across the country is easier said than done. And even though living in another state has its challenges, watch as they transform the space into the vacation home of their dreams.

Thursday
Jan 15

1pm | 12c

Season 3, Episode 13

A young couple hopes to move out of their parents' houses and into a their own home in Los Angeles.

Ani and Allen have been dating for four years and both currently live at home with their parents. Instead of renting a place together, they have been living at home to save up money to buy a place of their own. They both want a traditional style place, but Allen wants to make sure it has some modern touches. Not only is this their first time buying a house, this will also be their first time living together. They are not very handy but want to find a house to renovate so that they can make it their own. But they quickly learn there's more than meets the eye in home renovation when hidden problems arise. In the end, they are able to enjoy a beautiful space all their own.

Thursday
Feb 12

2pm | 1c

Season 5, Episode 6

A Young Family Upgrades to a Spacious Home They Can Renovate in Simi Valley, CA.

Eric, Dana, and their young son have outgrown their Simi Valley, CA condo. They are ready to buy a single-family home, and are targeting ranch-style places near their condo. While Eric wants a rugged Craftsman look on the inside, Dana is more traditional and clean-lined. They have a budget of up to $525,000 to spend, and are open to making improvements to the space. With the help of family friend and real estate agent Karen Betacourt, they see several ranch style homes to consider. Once they choose a place, they waste no time making updates, tackling the kitchen, master bedroom, dining room, and living rooms- all ambitious updates for their $33,000 renovation budget. With Eric on a work trip to Europe during part of the renovation, Dana is left in charge and takes it upon herself to update even more rooms in him absence. While they experience the ups and downs of renovation, after nearly six weeks of hard work, the effort pays off and then can now enjoy their new home.

Saturday
Apr 25

1pm | 12c

Season 1, Episode 10

New Coast, New House, New Kitchen

Keith is a regular on the hit tv show 30 Rock, and his girlfriend, Jill, is an artist. They've recently relocated to Los Angeles from New York City, and are looking for a home where they can walk to restaurants and shops, just like they could in the Big Apple. Once they buy a house, they set about remodeling their kitchen, but a surprise discovery by the contractor turns the job into a much bigger renovation than they anticipated.

Tuesday
May 5

8am | 7c

Season 5, Episode 8

A Connecticut Family Hopes To Create A Home With All Natural Elements

Jason, Eleiza and their young daughter Lily have moved all over the world for his career as a physics professor, but they're ready to set down roots and buy their first home near his current job in the Hartford, Connecticut area. They both want a Cape Cod style home with at least three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, and space for a home office for Eleiza's political consulting career. But he wants a more rural place close to his job that will shorten his commute and she wants a place near shops and restaurants. And they both want a home that uses very little plastic and instead features natural elements like stone and wood. Their combined wish list creates quite a challenge for their real estate agent Lisa Ogren as she lines up houses throughout the Hartford area. After finally agreeing on a home, Jason and Eleiza launch into their projects, including gutting the kitchen to bring in organic materials like granite and bamboo. Everything from unexpected structural issues to over sized doors will delay their progress, but in the end, with help from designer Lorey Cavanaugh and contractor Mike Shelto, they create a beautiful, natural home that their family can enjoy for years to come.

Sunday
Jun 7

1am | 12c

Season 6, Episode 9

A Couple Rides the Renovation Wave in Southern California

Ashley and Michelle are engaged and ready to buy their first home together. But even with a million dollar budget, they've been scouring the expensive Santa Monica, California real estate market for two years and have been unable to find a home. As a surfer, Michelle wants a place close to the ocean, while Ashley wants a spacious and updated kitchen where she can enjoy cooking. Their agent Jennifer Lax also needs to find them a house with three bedrooms, an open floor plan, and a big backyard for their two dogs. To finally get a home of their own, they'll need to make some compromises -- which means massive renovations are in order.

Sunday
Sep 6

1am | 12c

Season 2, Episode 13

A Couple Is Ready to Buy a Place They Can Redo

Karen and Diana are ready to buy a place of their own in California's San Fernando Valley. Diana wants a Craftsman-style place, while Karen has her heart set on something with Spanish flair. They also have different priorities for what's important in their house hunt: Diana is focused on finding a kitchen to accommodate her new refrigerator, while Karen's more concerned about finding a backyard with a pool. When it comes time to renovate their new place, the learning curve is steep for these first-time homebuyers. They focus on re-doing their kitchen and master bedroom, but second guessing their design plan throws a wrench in the renovation. Watch as they work together to create a house they can call home.

Monday
Oct 5

7am | 6c

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.

Monday
Oct 5

11am | 10c

Season 3, Episode 9

A Master Suite's Transformed to Combine a Wife's Model Home Dream and Her Husband's Bohemian Flair.

Thousand Oaks, California couple Matthew Chrstina are ready to upgrade from condo living and get more space for themselves and their four young daughters. Christina grew up in Texas and wants a big home that looks like it came from the pages of a design catalogue. Matthew prefers a California ranch style home with some bohemian character. Since their styles differ so drastically, finding a house that suits both of their tastes is not a small task. Once they agree on a home, Matthew and Christina immediately begin updates in just about every room, but their main project space is the master suite. They've never had one to themselves, and they make it a priority to create an oasis that is just for them.

Saturday
Oct 17

9am | 8c

Season 5, Episode 7

A Growing Family Buys An Old House With New Problems

Ben and Katie are expecting their second child and are ready to upgrade from their Cambridge, Massachusetts condo to a house with more space. They both love the charm of old Colonials, but he wants a traditional home out in the country with lots of land while she wants a more contemporary place that's walkable to shops and restaurants. Finding something that suits both their styles and also has a fireplace for him and a soaking tub for her will be a tough challenge for their agent Ellie Botshon. But things will only get worse once they get the keys and start renovation, as their old home creates a lot of new problems. From sagging structural beams to collapsed ceilings, the renovation proves difficult at every turn. But with the help of their contractor Bill Poillucci and designer Melissa Hammond, they work though all the construction issues and style debates to pull together a gourmet kitchen and spa-like master suite that will make their new house feel like home.

Tuesday
Dec 15

1pm | 12c

Season 6, Episode 4

A Real Estate Broker and His Wife Have Very Precise Ideas About Their New Home

Chicago real estate broker Josh and his marketing director wife Arin are ready to move out of their downtown loft and into a larger, more family-friendly home where they can raise their son Dylan. And they have very definite ideas about what they want. She wants a contemporary home with an open kitchen and all white cabinets. And he wants a traditional home that absolutely must have a master suite big enough for two sinks. With help from Josh's real estate partner Tommy Choi, they'll search their target neighborhood of Lincoln Park until they find a house that satisfies both their styles. But getting it just the way they like it will take a bit of work.

Monday
Dec 21

11am | 10c

Season 6, Episode 12

An LA Househunter Searches For An Architecturally Unique Home To Share With His Roommate

Tony and his roommate Will have been scouring Los Angeles for an architecturally unique home that they can call their own. Adding to the challenge for their friend and real estate agent Jack Gladden is that they also want three bedrooms, a pool, and room to renovate so they can add their own distinct style. After seeing some very out-of-the-ordinary homes, they'll finally agree on one and dive into a renovation like no other. Their designer and contractor Yvonne Landivar will help them through everything from mold issues to structural challenges to a ballooning budget. And in the end, these two roommates will create an awe-inspring space that truly is a one-of-a kind home.

Wednesday
Jan 20

11am | 10c

Season 7, Episode 3

A Young Couple Struggles to Stay Injury-Free Through Reno

Heather and Jesse are searching for a Long Beach, CA, house where they can start a family. She wants a cozy Spanish-style place with separate rooms, but he wants a Craftsman bungalow with an open floor plan. And while she would love to see gold fixtures in every room, he prefers a more contemporary look. Their agent Shelley Rocha will have a tough time finding a place with an updated kitchen, a large master suite, and a spacious yard with their first time buyers' budget. So once they get the keys, they'll have to customize their new home with a massive renovation. Designer Kimberly Winthrop and contractor Tom Bittner will guide them through a major remodel of their master suite as they face everything from wiring issues to layout concerns. With help from family, Jesse and Heather also take on a dangerous kitchen remodel that may leave them permanently scarred. But if they can survive this project, they'll get to enjoy many years of health and happiness in a beautifully transformed home that's worth all the pain.

Saturday
Feb 13

10pm | 9c

Season 7, Episode 3

A Young Couple Struggles to Stay Injury-Free Through Reno

Heather and Jesse are searching for a Long Beach, CA, house where they can start a family. She wants a cozy Spanish-style place with separate rooms, but he wants a Craftsman bungalow with an open floor plan. And while she would love to see gold fixtures in every room, he prefers a more contemporary look. Their agent Shelley Rocha will have a tough time finding a place with an updated kitchen, a large master suite, and a spacious yard with their first time buyers' budget. So once they get the keys, they'll have to customize their new home with a massive renovation. Designer Kimberly Winthrop and contractor Tom Bittner will guide them through a major remodel of their master suite as they face everything from wiring issues to layout concerns. With help from family, Jesse and Heather also take on a dangerous kitchen remodel that may leave them permanently scarred. But if they can survive this project, they'll get to enjoy many years of health and happiness in a beautifully transformed home that's worth all the pain.

Sunday
Feb 14

1am | 12c

Season 7, Episode 6

Unexpected Expenses Threaten a Chicago Family's Remodel

Kay and Todd are expecting their second child, which means they've run out of space in their current Chicago condo. Todd would like a brick home with traditional style, but Kay wants a more updated transitional Chicago frame house. And while he wants separate entertaining areas on different levels, she wants eveything together in one open floor plan. It will be a tall order for their agent Nicholas Apostal, but he's up to the challenge, hunting down a home that has a lot of what they want and allows them to add what they don't. With the help of designer Erica Lugbill and contractor Damian Szulga they'll overhaul the layout on every floor, reorganizing the bedroom and bath layout as well as transforming the kitchen. Plumbing issues, unexpected expenses, and the general chaos of living through a renovation will threaten to keep them from finishing before the baby arrives. But in the end, the stress will pay off with an almost unrecognizable makeover that is beyond their wildest dreams.

Saturday
Feb 20

10pm | 9c

Season 7, Episode 6

Unexpected Expenses Threaten a Chicago Family's Remodel

Kay and Todd are expecting their second child, which means they've run out of space in their current Chicago condo. Todd would like a brick home with traditional style, but Kay wants a more updated transitional Chicago frame house. And while he wants separate entertaining areas on different levels, she wants eveything together in one open floor plan. It will be a tall order for their agent Nicholas Apostal, but he's up to the challenge, hunting down a home that has a lot of what they want and allows them to add what they don't. With the help of designer Erica Lugbill and contractor Damian Szulga they'll overhaul the layout on every floor, reorganizing the bedroom and bath layout as well as transforming the kitchen. Plumbing issues, unexpected expenses, and the general chaos of living through a renovation will threaten to keep them from finishing before the baby arrives. But in the end, the stress will pay off with an almost unrecognizable makeover that is beyond their wildest dreams.

Sunday
Feb 21

1am | 12c

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!

Friday
Feb 26

8am | 7c

Season 5, Episode 4

Moving Out of the In-Laws and Into a Renovation

Having recently sold their home, Jeff, Stephanie and their three young children have moved in with his parents while they look for a place of their own near Port Chester, New York. But with two different styles Jeff and Stephanie's house hunting won't be an easy journey. While she wants a Cape with contemporary-casual style, he wants a Colonial with traditional details like molding and chair rails. Their real estate broker Julia Brasesco will have her hands full trying to find a house that suites both their tastes, and has an open kitchen gourmet enough for former pastry chef Stephanie. Once they agree on a home, this couple still won't see eye-to-eye about their kitchen overhaul. She wants glass-front cabinets, he wants a traditional wood look. She wants a stainless-steel backsplash, he wants classic tile. Yet somehow designer-contractor Donna Benedetto will blend their tastes together to create a style compromise that Stephanie, Jeff, and the kids will all love for years to come.

Friday
Feb 26

9am | 8c

Season 6, Episode 5

An Architect And A Preservationist Search For A Historic Home They Can Make Hip Again

Jason, a historic preservationist, and Casey, an architect and artist, have been living in different cities and dating long distance for a year. But they've decided to take a big step forward by both moving to the city where they first met, Buffalo, NY and buy their first home together. Casey wants a Craftsman style house with a more modern open layout. But Jason prefers the vintage style of a Victorian with architectural woodwork and pocket doors. Finding a place that suits them both is not an easy task for their agent Jim Mack. With some give and take they'll settle on a house, then they'll dive into a major renovation that will test their new living situation. With help from designer Candice Urban-Green and contractor Fred Hunt, Jr., they'll tackle everything from bad wiring to troublesome tiling to beehives. But it will all pay off in the end when they transform their beautiful historic home into a hip place that they both can love.

Friday
Feb 26

10am | 9c

Season 6, Episode 7

A Growing LA Family Moves to the Chicago Suburbs

Jessica, Roddy, and their young son Colton need a new home for their growing family. But the expensive Los Angeles real estate market has put their dream of a large house with a yard completely out of reach. So they've decided to move to the more affordable Chicago suburbs, where Jessica grew up. She wants a traditional suburban home, but he wants a more modern place closer to the city. Balancing their tastes would be hard enough, but their agent Bob Poyo also needs to find them a place with three bedrooms, a basement, and an updated kitchen -- and they've got a tight timeline of only one week to find it.

Friday
Feb 26

11am | 10c

Season 7, Episode 11

A California Couple Set Fire to Their Renovation and Get Amazing Results

Kim and Troy love the beachfront atmosphere of their Marina Del Rey, CA rental, but they're ready to get into a home of their own. With prices in their current neighborhood out of reach, they've been searching for almost a year to find a house that fits their budget, but still has the scenic views of nature that they enjoy. It can be a Craftsman style home for her or a midcentury for him, but it needs to have an open concept kitchen, lots of light, and preferably have both a fireplace and a pool. Their agent Ellen Philips will somehow manage to hunt down a place that makes them both happy, but they'll face some major work and major problems as they try to make it their own. From structural issues to floods to fire dangers, they'll tackle it all with the help of their designer Kelly Schandel and contractor Bo Siton. And in the end, their new home will be worth the wait as they find themselves enjoying a stunning view both inside and out.

Saturday
Feb 27

10pm | 9c

Season 7, Episode 11

A California Couple Set Fire to Their Renovation and Get Amazing Results

Kim and Troy love the beachfront atmosphere of their Marina Del Rey, CA rental, but they're ready to get into a home of their own. With prices in their current neighborhood out of reach, they've been searching for almost a year to find a house that fits their budget, but still has the scenic views of nature that they enjoy. It can be a Craftsman style home for her or a midcentury for him, but it needs to have an open concept kitchen, lots of light, and preferably have both a fireplace and a pool. Their agent Ellen Philips will somehow manage to hunt down a place that makes them both happy, but they'll face some major work and major problems as they try to make it their own. From structural issues to floods to fire dangers, they'll tackle it all with the help of their designer Kelly Schandel and contractor Bo Siton. And in the end, their new home will be worth the wait as they find themselves enjoying a stunning view both inside and out.

Sunday
Feb 28

1am | 12c

Season 6, Episode 1

A Growing Family Tackles A Massive Reno In Chicago

With three young children, Aaron and Amy have quickly outgrown their Chicago townhome and are ready to trade it in for a more spacious home in the suburbs. They both want four bedrooms and a big yard where the kids can play. But while she wants a classic Victorian with detail, he wants a split-level house with clean lines. Their agent Michael Devine will have to find the perfect blend of both their tastes to get this couple into a home. But things won't get any easier once they agree on a place. With help from designer Kim Scodro and contractor Don Jeanes, they'll face everything from black mold to budget overruns as they try to create their dream open kitchen. And on top of that, they'll have to face the challenges of renovating a bathroom and basement on their own. Living through the renovation with three small kids will be tough, but in the end, they'll have a home that's perfect for the whole family.

Wednesday
Mar 2

9am | 8c

Season 7, Episode 13

Country Vs. City in Austin

Hannah, Todd, and their son Cooper are searching Austin, Texas for a large family home that they can buy and renovate in time for their annual holiday party. But while she's a city girl, he's a country boy at heart. So they need to find a place that suits them both and also has lots of land, a nice master suite, space for entertaining, a farmhouse feel for him, and a midcentury vibe for her. With perseverance their real estate agent Patty Jewell will manage to find the perfect blend and renovations soon begin. With their holiday party fast approaching, they'll need to update their kitchen, create a new master suite, and even add a pond.

Wednesday
Mar 2

10am | 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.

Wednesday
Mar 2

11am | 10c

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