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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.

Warm Tone Country Kitchen With Dark Green Cabinetry and Long Island With Wood Countertop

A beautiful green cabinet finish pops against a white subway tile backsplash and yellow wall. A long while island with wood countertop brightens the center of the room and is complete with exposed storage shelves. Copper pendant lights add an extra sheen to the stainless steel appliances.

Modern Bubble Chandelier Over Diamond Cut, Marble Countertop Island And Vertical Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash

A vertical subway tile backsplash creates a less conventional movement in the room to elongate the look and add a touch of soft blue color to the room. A modern bubble chandelier is an airy light accessory over the kitchen island. The diamond shaped island features a bold marble countertop and barstools lined up for an eat-in set up.

Savvy Navy Home Office With Metal "Chicago" Sign, Thin White Desk and Leopard Print Rug

Navy walls provide a beautiful contrast to the bright white of the long desk and and cabinet. A metal "Chicago" sign is highlighted as the only wall decor. Metal tabletop details compliment the sign, and vases of flowers create a smart mix of styles. Black chairs create a sleek office look and tie in the black on the leopard print rug.

Contemporary Kitchen With Large, Eat-In, Blue Island, Chevron-Like Tile Backsplash and Rich Hardwood Floor

A dark hardwood floor looks beautifully rich against the bright white cabinets, backsplash and walls in this spacious kitchen. The island base provides an unexpected pop of blue to accent the room. Black bar chairs circle the island for an eat-in set up at the polished white countertop shining under a pair of globe pendant lights.

Retro Bathroom With Double Vanity, Gray Marble Tile Backsplash and Green Accents

Green pattern decorations accentuate the retro influence in this bathroom design. A double vanity set up features his and hers gray sinks, mirror medicine cabinets and a distressed cabinet base. The small marble tiles of the backsplash compliment the floor tile. Green accents brighten the mood and look to finish off the design with a touch of fun.

Contemporary Living Room With Brick Fireplace Surround, Brown Leather Tufted Couch and Nailhead Trim Neutral Chairs

Neutral colors keep this cozy room well decorated without feeling cramped. A fireplace surround provides beautiful texture with framing floating shelves for decorative display and storage. A zebra rug separates a leather tufted sofa and a pair of armchairs. The animal hide, rough brick, faux fur pillow and nailhead detailing add a pleasing mix of texture to the room.

Transitional Kitchen With Country Influence Showcasing Blue Cabinets, Blue Tinted Countertop and Sleek Light Woodgrain

Blue upper cabinetry brings a pop of color to the neutral room tones and compliments the blue tint in the countertop marbling. The soft woodgrain color of the cabinets keeps the room feeling light and matches the sleek look of the flooring and counters. Stainless steel appliances blends an updated feel with the country influence.

Bright Coastal Eat In Kitchen

This renovated kitchen offers an abundance of seating and does so with casual style, making it perfect for entertaining or fun family meals together.

Small Blue And White Master Bedroom

This Van Nuys, CA master bedroom got a new look courtesy of HGTV's House Hunter Renovations. For this remodel, interior designer Doug Widand repainted the room and updated the furnishings.

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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 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.

Tuesday
Oct 21
2pm | 1c
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 5, Episode 3

A Young Couple Rushes to Finish Reno Before Their First Baby Arrives

Kate and Tom are expecting their first baby and need to upgrade from their small Boston apartment to a larger home in the suburbs before their son arrives. The problem is that she wants a small cozy home with Victorian charm and he wants a large Colonial with a grand feel. And while she's worried about taking on too many renovation projects in their first home, as a professional electrician, he's more than happy to get his hands dirty and gut the entire place himself. Their agent Nancy Fudge will definitely have her work cut out for her finding a house they'll both love. While their designer Kate Maloney Albiani and contractor Dan McCarthy focus on transforming the kitchen into a functional space with a cozy but grand feel, Tom tackles a very long list of projects himself -- from rewiring the house to building a bathroom to finishing the nursery so their son will have a place to sleep.

Sunday
Feb 8
1am | 12c
Season 3, Episode 5

A young family buys a fixer-upper and turn an outdated kitchen into a showpiece.

Anastasia and Eric have outgrown their rental house in Orange County, California and are ready to buy a place of their own. While they'd both like something with vintage charm, Eric still wants the space to be modern; his wife is more concerned that it be single story since she's afraid of tripping on stairs. Once they purchase a place, they immediately embark upon extensive renovations, including an total overhaul of the outdated kitchen. Early in the process, however, Anastasia has to learn to manage her expectations when things don't go exactly as planned. Watch as this couple overcomes the challenges of living through a renovation, and see the great payoff as their beautiful new space comes together.

Monday
Feb 23
11am | 10c
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 6, Episode 3

Two Lawyers Argue The Case of Spanish Vs. Traditional Vintage

Los Angeles lawyers Amber and Carlos are ready to find a larger home where they can start a family. But while she loves the whimsical details and historic charm of traditional vintage homes, he likes the Spanish style that reminds him of his family from South America. Their agent Michael Grady needs to find a home that not only blends their styles, but also has a large kitchen, a whirpool tub, and as few stairs as possible, and all that near the beach. But even after they find their new home, the challenges won't end there.

Thursday
Oct 1
6pm | 5c
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.

Monday
Oct 12
11am | 10c
Season 7, Episode 1

California Couple Tries to Blend His Midcentury Vibe with Her Contemporary Style

Dave and Jessica are searching for a single-family home in Burbank, California. They both want a spacious place with an open kitchen and a yard for their dog. Dave is looking for a bit of retro midcentury flair, but Jessica prefers something with a more contemporary style. Not to mention they also want a two-car garage, a fireplace and a large master bedroom. With the help of their agent Brian Everett, they find a house with perfect amount of potential to fit all their needs. Designer Jocelyn Borys and contractor John Stone tackle a massive overhaul of the kitchen and living spaces, while Dave gets his hands dirty gutting the guest bathroom down to the studs. They'll face a string of budget-busting structural issues as well as some tough design decisions, but when the dust settles, they'll enjoy a vibrant new home that they both can love.

Sunday
Dec 6
1am | 12c
Season 6, Episode 7

A Growing L.A. Family Moves to the Chicago Suburbs

Jessica, Roddy and their young son, Colton, need a new home for their growing family. 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 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 6, Episode 6

Newlyweds Struggle to Combine A Contemporary Look With Traditional Character

Newlyweds Darren and Lauren are ready to buy their first home together, but agreeing on a style is no easy task. He wants a modern, contemporary look with clean lines. She wants a traditional place filled with charm and character. And in the expensive Los Angeles real estate market, even with a budget of almost a million dollars, getting either of them what they want will be a challenge for their agent Ingrid Sacerio. But finally they find a place they can both agree on…and then the real problems begin.

Sunday
Mar 20
1am | 12c
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.

Wednesday
May 11
9am | 8c
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.

Thursday
Jul 21
10am | 9c
Season 8, Episode 13

Out of Their Comfort Zone in Chicago

Chicago couple Cathryn and Jeff feel cramped in their small loft, so they're searching for a home in the suburbs. He wants a Spanish-style home and she prefers a midcentury modern, but they both would like a big yard for their two dogs to run around. After finding the right home, they must tackle an entire house's worth of work, including gutting the kitchen and updating the master bathroom. When they run into a Chicago cold snap and find a budget-busting structural issue, can they push through to finish their major renovation?

Monday
Oct 3
4pm | 3c
Season 9, Episode 3

Engineering a Renovation in Austin, TX

Computer engineers Cory and Caitlin are young, quirky, and a perfect fit in the 'keep it weird' city of Austin, Texas. Ready to take the plunge and buy their first home together, they disagree on what they want: Caitlin has her heart set on a midcentury with a cottage interior while Cory has visions of a real Texas ranch with limestone and lots of land. When they find the happy medium between their two styles, renovations prove much harder than expected for this tech-savvy duo.

Friday
Dec 9
8pm | 7c
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.

Friday
Dec 9
9pm | 8c
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
Dec 10
12am | 11c
Season 9, Episode 3

Engineering a Renovation in Austin, TX

Computer engineers Cory and Caitlin are young, quirky, and a perfect fit in the 'keep it weird' city of Austin, Texas. Ready to take the plunge and buy their first home together, they disagree on what they want: Caitlin has her heart set on a midcentury with a cottage interior while Cory has visions of a real Texas ranch with limestone and lots of land. When they find the happy medium between their two styles, renovations prove much harder than expected for this tech-savvy duo.

Saturday
Dec 10
3am | 2c
Season 9, Episode 11

Giving Kitchen Renovation Their Best Shot

A family is quickly outgrowing their apartment and complicate their first-time home buying experience by renovating their new kitchen. They hope the renovation results in a home interior that fits both his eclectic taste and her desire for simple style, so they're enlisting the help of a local real estate agent, a designer and a contractor to help them. Will their time, money and effort be worth it in the end?

Saturday
Dec 10
10pm | 9c
Season 9, Episode 11

Giving Kitchen Renovation Their Best Shot

A family is quickly outgrowing their apartment and complicate their first-time home buying experience by renovating their new kitchen. They hope the renovation results in a home interior that fits both his eclectic taste and her desire for simple style, so they're enlisting the help of a local real estate agent, a designer and a contractor to help them. Will their time, money and effort be worth it in the end?

Sunday
Dec 11
1am | 12c
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.

Friday
Dec 16
1pm | 12c
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.

Friday
Dec 16
2pm | 1c
Season 8, Episode 8

Newly Engaged Couple Plans A Renovation And A Wedding At The Same Time

Ready for their new life together, newly engaged couple Jordan and Emily have decided to leave their hip downtown city loft in favor for a more suburban Los Angeles home, and they want it done before their upcoming wedding. But with a modest budget in an expensive market, they know they will have to do some renovations, and with houses selling quickly they will have to act fast. Eager to do get his hands dirty and with reno help from his older brothers, Jordan trusts that he can put his stamp on home that needs some TLC, while Emily is a bit more hesitant in tackling big projects. And while she wants a space with great vintage character, he is prone to much more contempory ideas and clean lines.

Friday
Dec 16
3pm | 2c
Season 9, Episode 8

A Reno That Ruffles Feathers

Chad and Kelsie are eager to buy their first home together in Austin, Texas, and are looking for a three-bedroom home under $250,000. Since Chad is a part-time fitness trainer, he'd like a designated area to work out, but also a place for a chicken coop. Kelsie is more focused on finding a colorful, funky home with room to practice yoga and an outdoor gardening space. Once they find a house and start remodeling, the couple soon finds out that renovation's not everything it's cracked up to be. Will Chad and Kelsie finish their reno and find themselves in a home that has them clucking with joy?

Friday
Dec 16
4pm | 3c
Season 8, Episode 13

Out of Their Comfort Zone in Chicago

Chicago couple Cathryn and Jeff feel cramped in their small loft, so they're searching for a home in the suburbs. He wants a Spanish-style home and she prefers a midcentury modern, but they both would like a big yard for their two dogs to run around. After finding the right home, they must tackle an entire house's worth of work, including gutting the kitchen and updating the master bathroom. When they run into a Chicago cold snap and find a budget-busting structural issue, can they push through to finish their major renovation?

Friday
Dec 16
5pm | 4c
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.

Friday
Dec 16
6pm | 5c
Season 9, Episode 12

Austin Rain and Renovation

A newly engaged couple is on the hunt for their first home together near their families in the Austin, TX, area. Their real estate agent gets to work helping them find and renovate a place that fits both of their conflicting tastes, while their designer and contractor step in to help solve structural and budgetary issues. Despite the flaws and setbacks, they're hoping to begin their new lives in a warm, welcoming new home.

Friday
Dec 16
7pm | 6c

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