Designer Jillian Harris had the closet torn out and installed a decorative headboard to turn the unorganized basement into a relaxing master suite complete with calming accent lights and a new hardwood floor, as seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, Too.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, Jillian defined the family's indoor space by adding curtains. The curtains make the dining space clear, but still let in plenty of light from the outdoors so that the family can still enjoy their view. The modern glass table and funky chairs and chandelier help to give the space some personality and style.
As seen on Love It or List It, this beautiful, dark stained farmhouse table is the center of attention in this dining room. The light color in the space is accented by the natural light coming in through the window bank, while the antique silver serving trays give the space a vintage feel.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian's design for this bedroom blends masculine elements with feminine beauty. The natural wood accent wall and the slate walls make the space seem a bit masculine, but Jillian combats that by adding feminine touches, such as the suede bench at the foot of the bed and the decorative pillows.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harris added a breakfast nook off the kitchen and mudroom. This beach inspired space is located next to the window that overlooks the pool so that the kids can play while mom and dad look on from the comfort of the indoors.
As seen on Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harris used an eclectic mix of materials for Emily and Gary's dining room. A sturdy wood table anchors the space while copper pendant lights offer elegance.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris has added a natural stone fireplace to warm up the family's neutral living room. Not only does the feature add warmth to the space, it also becomes the focal point for the living room.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, the greatest discontent for Holly and Chester's home was the number of 'dysfunctional' spaces and long list of outdated fixtures and appliances. Designer Jillian Harris created a more open space by ripping out the wall that divided the kitchen and living space as Holly wanted to be able to see their baby in the living room while she was in the kitchen. Harris put in a large island with white quartz countertops, and lots of new storage. Pot lights were inserted, hardwood floors were put down. The room has all new furniture. A new insert and limestone tile was added to the fireplace. All coverings for the windows are new.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris has added a double vanity to the couple's bathroom. This luxurious dark wood vanity adds a place for storage, while making the space more functional. Using two mirrors instead of one large one gives the space a more glamorous, modern look to compliment the dark cabinets.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too. homeowners Neena and Jag entertain up to 30 guests at a time so they needed an open space that could accomadate large groups. Designer Jillian Harris created an open concept floor plan by rearranging the kitchen and dining rooms. A large driftwood table in the dining room and an oversized island in the kitchen offer ample seating.
Kelly and Steve live in this four bedroom home with two growing daughters, and the disjointed main floor does not work for their busy family. To help solve the dysfunction, Designer Jillian and her team hope to win the day with a fairy tale renovation, while Realtor Todd plans to sell them an enchanting new home. Tired of butting heads over their ill-fitting family home, Kelly and Steve are wondering will they love their home again, or will they list it?
Emily and Gary bought their fixer upper after receiving an unexpected inheritance. But a stop-work order halted their renovation plans, and four years later, Gary ready to walk away. Ready to dive into this challenge are rivals Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd, both hoping to deliver this couple a turnkey home. Tired of dealing with unfinished renovations, Emily and Gary must decide will they love their home again or will they list it?
When Holly and Chester bought his parent's house 8 years ago, they agreed it was a starter home. But now that they've settled into life with new baby Avery, Holly is having second thoughts about leaving their affordable little house behind. Chester on the other hand thinks all their issues are fixable by finding a new home. To stop this standoff enter competitors Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team hope to transform the 70's starter home into something more modern for Chester, while Todd tries to convince Holly it's the right time to buy a new house. Tired of living with the problems of their dysfunctional house, Holly and Chester are wondering whether they can love their home again or will they list it?
After falling in love 5 years ago, Susan and Harvey searched the city for a heritage house that felt like home. But now that there's a baby on the way, Susan can't see how family life fits in a 1930's character house. Harvey loves the warm, charming feel of their home and doesn't want to move, but Susan wants a functional house before the baby arrives. To put this argument in the past, enter our rivals Realtor Todd and Designer Jillian. Todd hopes to prove another house can offer vintage charm in a family friendly way, while Jillian and her team hope to make peace by renovating the character house into a stress-free family home. Fed up with debating the fate of their cozy, old bungalow, Susan and Harvey are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
When dog lovers Karin and Bruce bought their home 23 years ago they immediately fell in love with the great neighborhood. Although the neighborhood has always been perfect the house has never really worked for their lifestyle. Even though Karin is ready to pack it up, Bruce is committed to making it work. Ready to take on this ankle biting adventure are rivals Designer Jillian and Real Estate Agent Todd. Jillian and her team hope to get a leg up on the competition with an open concept redesign, while Todd looks to be the first across the finish line by fetching a perfect, move-in ready home. Looking to end the disagreement over what to do with a house that never quite worked for them, Bruce and Karin have to decide will they love their home again, or will they list it?
When Josh and Melissa first laid eyes on this cheerful, mountain cabin they were instantly smitten, but now that they have a child, Melissa's having second thoughts. Designer Jillian and her team aim to transform an awkward, old cabin into a proper family home, while Realtor Todd hopes he can sell them on the benefits of a better-fitting house. Done with making due in their dysfunctional family home, Josh and Melissa are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
When Michelle and Brent bought their first home thirty years ago, they were looking for the perfect place to start a family. Now, with three kids fully grown, and a home in desperate need of renovations, Brent feels it's the perfect time to move on to something new. Designer Jillian and her team will attempt to reconfigure their odd layout to better suit five adults, while Realtor Todd hopes to find them a functional, move-in ready home. Tired of fussing over what to do with their outdated, dysfunctional house, Michelle and Brent must decide, will they love their home again or, will they list it?
When Jane and Steve first stumbled across this character house, they couldn't imagine living anywhere else. But their little boys have grown up into huge boys and the house hasn't grown with them. Steve thinks they just need a renovation, but Jane wants to find a new, larger home. Between having no kitchen storage, an office in their dining room, and a constantly chilly living room, this family needs expert help. Designer Jillian and her team hope to renovate their house to give the family more space to grow, while Realtor Todd will show them different houses that could be their new forever home. Done locking horns over their ill fitting family home, Steve and Jane are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
Three years ago, Mike and Melinda moved into his childhood home. Even though it is in one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the country, Mike just can't stand the thought of living in his parent's old house. Melinda has different plans though, and has renovated nearly half of the house in order to change Mike's mind. But there are still several areas of the house that need work, like the main floor bathroom, the master bathroom, and the kitchen. Tired of arguing over whether or not the house is right for them, Mike and Melinda call in professional help in the form of designer Jillian and realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will rejuvenate this old home with remarkable renovations. Todd, on the other hand, believes this young family should start fresh in a new house. In the end, Mike and Melinda will have to decide, will they love it or list it?
Two decades ago, Penny joined Chuck in his childhood home. Although Chuck intends to stay for a lifetime, Penny wants to start a new chapter in a different home. Designer Jillian hopes to win the hearts of our homeowners by transforming a lousy layout into a podium-worthy family home. While Todd is aiming for an open concept pick in the heart of Chuck's long-time family neighborhood. Divided on what to do with Chuck's dysfunctional, childhood home, Penny must decide - can she love her home again? Or will Chuck agree to list it?
Ten years ago in the most expensive pocket of the city, Belinda and Sam bought their 100 year old fixer upper as the perfect place to raise their active boys. But this exclusive neighborhood and their oversized yard comes with a hefty price tag. So they built a rental in their backyard to for extra income, but it came in way over budget. Now they're scared to tackle the renovations inside their own house. Belinda wants to move but Sam isn't on board. Ready to get in the game are Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team hope to transform a century old home into a modern day living space, while Todd believes a fresh start is just what this family needs. In the end Belinda and Sam must decide: will they love their home again or will they list it?
When Mike and Michelle bought their first home, they were very particular about the location. But getting into their dream neighborhood didn't give them a dream home. On top of that, a flash flood destroyed their basement and now the whole family is being forced to live in only half the home. Michelle is done with the place and is ready to move out, but Mike thinks once the basement is taken care of, the house will be happily livable. Here to help are real estate agent Todd and designer Jillian. Designer Jillian and her team hope to transform a chaotic, flood riddled home, while Todd looks for a turnkey house near their perfect location. In love with their neighborhood but frustrated with a dysfunctional, flood damaged home, Mike and Michelle need to decide, can they love their home again or will they list it?
Eight years ago Dawn and Brian jumped at the chance to buy this split-level home, but more for what was outside than inside. Now that their two boys are older and busier, Dawn is convinced the grass will be greener on the other side of the creek. But Brian thinks the right renovation will blow any new house out of the water. Todd may have to find something off the beaten track to win Brian over. While Jillian has to create an oasis from the inside out if she wants Dawn to stay.
Chris is ready to leave his family's 100-year-old home, but his wife Christine thinks a few improvements to the kitchen, back deck and mudroom will make the house good as new. Todd shows them a modern-chic home complete with their dream kitchen and a to-die-for walk-in closet in hopes of getting them to leave the old behind. Meanwhile, Jillian shows them the gem they already live in by giving them an open concept kitchen and living room and rebuilding their tiny deck into a larger relaxing lounge. Will the couple fall in love with their home all over again or will they list it and move on to something new?
Ten years after buying their 1960s time-warped house, Jeanine is burdened by the growing list of repairs and wants to move out immediately, but husband Norman doesn't want to let go of the home that holds so many of their memories. By updating the kitchen, living room, dining room and giving the outdoor wrap-around balcony a fresh makeover, Jillian hopes to inspire the couple to stay put in their midcentury home. To convince Jeanine and Norman to move, Todd shows the couple a home with plenty of bedrooms to accommodate the family of six, a spacious kitchen facing the backyard and a master suite that is the perfect getaway after a long day.
David and Jane love their home's mountain location and the active lifestyle that it allows them to have, but Jane cannot find enough reasons to stay. Designer Jillian hopes she can sink Jane's plans to leave, while real estate agent Todd must convince David that a newer house with more space for the family will make everyone happier. Will Jane and David decide to love their home again or list it?
Although accountant Dan is fed up with a huge house and long commute, Heather's not ready to give up on their new impulse-bought home just yet. Can designer Jillian convince Dan that bigger really is better or will realtor Todd have Heather packing her bags?
Aaron is content living in his family's ranch-style home, but Brandy wants something that is more wheelchair accessible and more spacious for their growing family. To get them to stay, Jillian expands the kitchen to give Brandy more room to move about and a large island that can double as a table for the family's dinner parties. She also creates a ramp in the front of the house so Brandy can easily enter through the front door. To convince the couple to move on, Todd shows them a ranch-style home that has a wheelchair accessible kitchen and bathrooms, as well as a large backyard complete with a waterfall and pool.
Robert fell in love at first sight with his family's mid-century cabin in the woods, but now that the family has grown, wife Jennifer is starting to feel claustrophobic and frustrated with the lack of space. Todd shows the couple a spacious modern home that has plenty of rooms for the kids and guests and has a luxurious master suite complete with a large bathroom and walk in closet. To convince them to stay, Jillian completely upgrades the master suite, converts the old hot tub room into an office/mudroom/laundry room combo,creates a main floor bathroom and adds a guest bedroom. After seeing the renovations, will Robert and Jennifer love it or will they list it?
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