As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris designed a dining room for the family that is elegant and contemporary, with a vintage touch. The table and chairs add a contemporary feel to the space with their stark lines and unique designs, while the vintage silver serving trays give the space a classic feel. The large French doors can be opened to let in sunlight or to bring the outside in.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It Too, the living room in this space has plenty of seating. With a sectional sofa and ottoman, this small area can easily seat up to ten people.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris completely transformed what was a dark kitchen into an open concept kitchen and dining room. Jillian removed the entire wall between the old kitchen and dining room, creating space for an island with a live edge 100 year old fir countertop. Jillian painted the dining room Siberian Snowflake and installed American Walnut Authentic engineered wood flooring.
As seen it on Love It or List It, this beautiful rustic kitchen now has a functional appeal for the family. With plenty of natural light coming in fro the stairs and the windows in the back of the house, the space has a light feeling. The natural wood elements in this kitchen, such as the kitchen island, the exposed beams and the kitchen table, help to bring the rustic style to live, while the muted green kitchen cabinets adds much needed storage space.
As seen on Love It Or List It, Too the room was previously open on the garden facing wall, but had a shoebox for a kitchen and an underused bathroom. Jillian's solution was to blow out the bathroom entirely and insert a 30ft steel beam to support the already vaulted ceiling. With an extra 10 inches of space found in the renovation Jillian's team added a coffered ceiling to delineate the space adding intimacy and definition. The grid prints are of traditional Italian hunting scenes often found in family homes of Italian expats and are a nod to the grid design of the ceiling. A custom sectional was designed so that the homeowners could entertain many guests and take in a football game or two. The wrought iron wall hanging is actually from Egypt, but Jillian felt it gave a country feeling to the home. The components console is custom made. New french doors have been added to the patin entrance and a new gas insert sits on the far wall made of Venetian plaster and box posts, designed to draw the eye upwards into the grand vaulted space.
The dining room has been refurnished and floors have been sanded and stained. New lights and window treatment are also a part of giving the room a long needed upgrade. French doors have also been included to let in natural light. As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It Too.
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, 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' overall design for Joyce and Steven was a mix of both their desires. Joyce wanted a timeless design that would stand the test of time and Steven wanted it to be contemporary. Here, the master bedroom, painted Porpoise color, with a Starburst mirror on the wall combines timeless class with a more contemporary piece of art. The headboard was made from an old door found in Joyce and Steven's garage.
The space that was once a small bedroom made a perfect home office nook. Some much-needed storage cabinets and a stairway to the home's lower level were also built into the area, as seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, Too.
Neena and Jag's home may work great for their family, but it's too close for comfort when they're entertaining their growing extended family. Our rivals Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd hope to give these homeowners what they need. Done debating the fate of their frustrating family home, Neena and Jag are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
Five years ago when Gary moved into Michele's house, it seemed like a small compromise for a second chance at love. But now that the last of Michele's kids have left the nest, her devoted husband wants out of her old house. While Gary's worried about cutting himself shaving in the bathroom, they are both concerned about falling in the shower. And now that the downstairs is no longer a basement suite for Michele's son, the kitchen has turned into a makeshift potting shed and Gary's den is anything but a cozy getaway. Enter home experts Jillian and Todd. Designer Jillian and her team hope to turn this old family home in an ideal setting into a retirees' retreat. But Realtor Todd will try to prove another house could make them happy for the long haul. Tired of making do in their awkward house, Gary and Michele are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?
When Kevin and Celine bought their charming, 100 year old home eleven years ago, they were college graduates looking forward to starting a new life together. But soon after the arrival of daughter Lola and son Felix, the house began showing it's true colors. Kevin thinks it's time to move on and find a house made for a family, but Celine believes they can fix their house and make it work. Ready to meet this college house challenge head on, are rivals designer Jillian and realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try to give this family the open concept space they so desire with a brand new redesign. While Todd believes the only way for this family to truly enjoy each other is in a more functional home. Conflicted about what to do about a 100 year old home that was never designed for modern family living, Kevin and Celine need to decide- will they love their home again or will they list it?
Jeff and Gina took a big chance when they bought this old-fashioned fixer upper, but 12 years later, all they've done are quick fixes, Now Gina feels their family home is nothing more than a money pit. Designer Jillian and her team have high hopes of transforming this mountainside home, while Todd tries to convince the family it's time to buck up and buy a new house. Fed up with over a decade of quick fixes, Jeff and Gina have to decide. Will they love it, or list it?
When professional racecar driver Michael and his wife Nicola found their home 5 years ago it was love at first sight?well for Nicola that is. The house wasn't exactly move-in ready, and the layout makes it hard for Nicola to keep up with their son Massimo, but for Michael, finding time for renovations is hard, especially since his racing career keeps him on the road. Revved up to help this couple are feisty competitors Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try to create function with an open concept redesign while Todd believes he can put an end to all their problems by finding them a move-in ready home. Overwhelmed by a long list of renovations and absolutely no time to do them, Nicola and Michael have to decide will they love their home again, or will they list it?
Eight years ago, Steph and Cynthia bought their historic housee from Cynthia's mom. The home's character, location, and backyard is what won them over, but after having two kids, their home is now bursting at the seams. All Cynthia wants is more storage space to organize all the clutter in their current home. But Steph is just fed up and thinks the only solution is a bigger house. Here to dig this couple out from the clutter are rivals Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try and bring order to chaos with a functional redesign. While Todd believes he can find all the storage they could ever need in a newer bigger home. Conflicted over what to do with a beautiful old home that is bursting at the seams, Steph and Cynthia will have to decide, will they love their home again...or will they list it?
Kim and Randy bought their beachside rancher ten years ago when they learned their daughter's health issues would cause her to rely on a wheelchair. But as she grows and moves into a bigger chair, their already cramped home is about to get tighter. Designer Jillian hopes to win with a stunning redesign that functions better for their family. While Realtor Todd believes he can find exactly what this family needs in a spacious, open concept home close to the beach. Conflicted over what to do with their poorly configured home, Kim and Randy must decide. Will they love their home again, or will they list it?
When Danielle married Trevor she agreed to move into his turn of the century character home. That's when Danielle learned she wasn't the only love of Trevor's life. He loves everything about the house, but Danielle is done with the dysfunctional, frustrating layout. As Danielle lectures Trevor on the need for a new space to accommodate a more modern way of life, enter our equally matched rivals, Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team hope to renovate Danielle and Trevor's heritage house into the 21st century, while Todd tries to convince them a more modern home is a better fit for their family. Tired of trying to raise a modern family in a 100-year-old house, Danielle and Trevor 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?
Geoff and Lorraine are empty nesters who want more room for when their expanding extended family comes to visit. Geoff thinks a new home is in order, while Lorraine has too many memories to let go of their home. Realtor Todd needs to convince sentimental Lorraine that a new home is where the heart is. And Designer Jillian and her team must reconfigure a choppy floor plan to show Geoff there's no place like his current home. Can Geoff and Lorraine both love their home again or will they list it?
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?
After meeting in the army and getting married, Lisa and Chris fell in love with an historic house in a family friendly area of the city. It was fine at first, but now with kids in the picture and a pet horse in the equation, things have gotten complicated. Chris likes their location and thinks the house can be updated to suit them, but Lisa is ready to move out to the countryside to be with her horse and find a nicer, newer home. The race is on for Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd to solve this housing crisis. Jillian's betting a fabulous and functional renovation will have Lisa putting her house before the horse, but Todd thinks that the odds are in his favor and finding a perfect country home will have the whole family heading for greener pastures. Can this house win their hearts again or is it time for Chris and Lisa to ride off into the sunset? Will they love it or will they list it?
This mountainside home was perfect for a family of four, but now that they're a family of five, Julie and Bernard simply need more space. Julie hopes a better layout will do the trick, but Bernard believes only more square footage will do. Designer Jillian has an uphill battle to convince Bernard that size isn't everything. While Realtor Todd takes them on a journey of twists and turns to find the perfect house. Will Bernard and Julie love their home again or will they list it?
Chris and Stephanie have a lot of history in their current home and neighborhood, but Stephanie is tired of sinking money into a non-functional house. Designer Jillian knows that creating a functional home will make Stephanie want to stay right where she is, but real estate agent Todd thinks that when Chris sees everything a newer house has to offer, he'll move his family out of their current money pit. Will this couple be able to find a new love for their home 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.
Three years ago, Debra and Paul needed to find a home with more space. Paul fell in love with their old, character home, but Debra quickly grew sick of all its flaws. Realtor Todd has to convince Paul that a new house can have character too, while Designer Jillian must drive home to Debra that you can teach an old house new tricks. Can the right renovations help Debra see past her home's character flaws, or will she convince Paul that new and improved is the way to go? Will they love it or will they list it?
Ellie and Davey went on an exhaustive house search before stumbling upon a 1950s home with a view too good to pass up, but the dated, cramped layout makes gatherings a bit of a challenge and Ellie is tired of being a constant maintenance worker for their house. Designer Jillian hopes to keep them right where they are by updating their lackluster design and real estate agent Todd thinks he can move them downtown by finding the perfect entertainment space. Will Ellie be able to fall in love with their house or will Davey come around and list it?
Mary only sees potential in the home she and her husband bought 14 years ago, but Calvin feels like it's time to move on from the cluttered and outdated house. To get them to leave the old home behind, Todd shows the couple a house with extra rooms that can double as Mary's jewelry office, a spacious backyard fit for entertaining and a kitchen perfect for their large family gatherings. To convince them to stay, Jillian reworks their interior to create an open concept kitchen-living space and updates their laundry room to be more accessible. The time to decide is fast approaching -- will they love it or will they list it?
Buying in one of the city's up-and-coming neighborhoods 14 years ago was the first step into the house market for Eva and Chris, but now Eva is overwhelmed with the list of issues in the house including the irritating commute. Designer Jillian will work to make Chris and Eva's home more spacious and functional, while real estate agent Todd will show them newer homes closer to the city. In the end Chris and Eva will have to choose, will they love it or list it?
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