Our Favorite Spaces from HGTV's 'Listed Sisters'

In HGTV's Listed Sisters, Nashville real-estate and renovation whiz kids Lex and Alana LeBlanc come to the rescue of couples and families hoping to sell their current residence and move into their dream home. The object is to not simply to get the clients' current home market ready, but to make it irresistible to buyers so that it will fetch top dollar. Check out a sampling of the dramatic room transformations that are part of the Sister strategy.

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Matt Blair

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Coolfire Studios, LLC

Photo By: Matt Blair

Detail Work

Alana and Lex do some last minute staging just before a client family arrives to see their newly renovated home.

The Templeton Project

Bonus Room, AFTER. By adding some extra light, fresh paint and replacing the carpet with hardwood flors, the bonus room in the Templeton home was transformed into this beautiful space.

The Templeton Project

Home Exterior, AFTER. Caleb and Jennie Templeton were looking to move out of this ranch house since, with their three kids, they had outgrown the space. Lex redesigned to floor plan to open up spaces and make for an updated home that would fetch top dollar.

The Templeton Project

Dining Room, BEFORE.

The Templeton Project

Dining Room, AFTER. By opening up the kitchen onto the dining room, the entire space is brightened and made more welcoming.

The Templeton Project

Dining Room, AFTER.

The Templeton Project

Living Room, AFTER. The living room gets completely reconfigured as part of the open floorplan that marries the kitchen, dining and living spaces. 

The Templeton Project

Living Room, AFTER. Light gray walls with white trim make for a bright and neutral backdrop for colorful wall art and contemporary furnishings.

The Templeton Project

Living Room, Detail.

The Templeton Project

Bonus Room, BEFORE.

The Templeton Project

Bonus Room, AFTER. The basement bonus room is completely treansformed with new hardwood floors a bright color palette and comfortable furnishings creating functional den with a relaxed feel.

The Templeton Project

Bonus Room, AFTER.

The Boelter Project

Portia and Byron Boelter's home can barely contain their four kids now that they are becoming teenagers. Can Lex and Alana save the day for an active family, helping them redesign this home for resale?

The Boelter Project

BEFORE. This room just off the home's entry, too small for a functional living room, makes for an essentially undefined space that serves little purpose.

The Boelter Project

AFTER. The room is converted into a home office that's both functional and welcoming.

The Boelter Project

Bonus Room, BEFORE. A basement bonus room can be a real asset for resale, but this one was lacking in personality or definition.

The Boelter Project

Bonus Room, AFTER. Lex and Lalana modified the space with new hardwood flooring and lots of natural light and bright furnishings.

The Head Project

Leigh and Andrew Head and family have outgrown this modest ranch house and are looking to move. Lex and Alana help them remake the interior spaces for a quick and profitable sale.

The Head Project

Dining Room and Kitchen, BEFORE.

The Head Project

Dining Room and Kitchen, AFTER. The kitchen gets a thorough makeover with white tile backsplash, new pendant lights, granite countertops and ceiling-height cabinetry. Lighter flooring and a smaller dining table help give the dining area a more open feel.

The Head Project

Dining Room, Detail.

The Head Project

Dining Room, Detail.

The Head Project

Living Room, BEFORE.

The Head Project

Living Room, AFTER.

The Head Project

Living Room, BEFORE.

The Head Project

Living Room, AFTER.

The Head Project

Living Room, Detail.

The Head Project

Living Room, Detail.

The Head Project

Foyer, Detail.

The Head Project

Kitchen, BEFORE.

The Head Project

Kitchen, AFTER.

The Head Project

Kitchen, Detail.

The Head Project

Kitchen, Detail.

The Head Project

Kitchen, Detail.

The Head Project

Guest Bedroom, AFTER. The guest bedroom gets an upgrade with refinished hardwood floors, new window treatments and antique style bed. 

The Head Project

Guest Bedroom, Detail.

The Malone Project

Master Bedroom, BEFORE. Marcus and Johnna Malone are looking for a new home, but their move was precipitated by a devastating house fire. The master bedroom, seen here, received some of the worst of the damage. Alana is helping them in their home search while Lex and her project manager Trey Palmer undertake a major remodel to repair the damage.

The Malone Project

Master Bedroom, AFTER. The master bedroom is completely remade with new walls, ceiling, hardwood floors and stylish decor.

The Malone Project

Guest Bedroom, BEFORE.

The Malone Project

Guest Bedroom, AFTER.

The Malone Project

Living Room, BEFORE. This massive living room has great potential, but is currently dark and lacking in warmth.

The Malone Project

Living Room, AFTER. A brighter palette and areas defined by furniture groupings and area rugs make the space more inviting and functional.

The Fekete Project

The Fekete family has customized their house to accommodate their four biological and four adopted children. Now that the kids are starting to move out, mom and dad are looking to downsize and upgrade. But Alana can't get them into their dream home unless Lex and Trey make their oddly laid-out existing house more appealing to the average buyer.

The Fekete Project

Kitchen, BEFORE. The Fekete kitchen had a great country, family feel, but definitely needed some updating in order to attract modern buyers.

The Fekete Project

Kitchen, AFTER. A wall was removed to open the kitchen up onto the living space and make room for a large kitchen island.

The Fekete Project

Living Room, BEFORE.

The Fekete Project

Living Room, AFTER. The old paneling and trim was removed, and the room repainted and updated with new lighting, window treatments and contemporay furnishings.

Listed Sisters (HLSIS)

This is the living room of the new Fekete home, as seen on Listed Sisters.

The Fekete Project

Home Office, BEFORE. The home office just off the master suite is a great asset for resale, but Lex recommended toning down the vivid red and giving the room a more neutral palette.

The Fekete Project

Home Office, AFTER. Fresh paint, refinished floors and some new accessories make for a simple and functional office space that's more likely to appeal to potential buyers.

Listed Sisters

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