As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris' overall design began by removing the fireplace obstacle at the entrance, adding around 5 feet to the kitchen. The wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room was removed, The London Grey kitchen island was placed on wheels so that it could easily be moved if more space is needed, it also double as a portable bar-perfect for entertaining. The backsplash is Calcutta marble, which is considered timeless, but was made more contemporary by laying a herring bone design. The floor is Rosedale series, light grey. Walls were painted Silver Drop. Kitchen counter tops are Stone Grey. The small kitchen counter bench left of the stove doubles as a homework desk for Joyce's boys-a request she made so that they can be close while she cooks.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian's design for this space includes a fresh, paisley print wallpaper, fresh flowers and vintage accessories to give the space a vintage feel to match this fifty year old home.
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 offers ample seating.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, this family room is bright and inviting. With a large sofa and brightly colored bean bags, there is plenty of seating, while the built in cabinets add lots of storage for the family. The yellow accents in the space help to make it bright, while the natural wood coffee table and gray of the sofa warm up the space, making it inviting.
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.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris converted a spare bedroom that was cramped and dingy into a stunning bathroom, complete with a clawfoot soaking tub and walk-in shower. A bright yellow cabinet pops against the black and white color scheme.
The exposed beams and natural wood kitchen island countertop and dining table in this kitchen bring a rustic touch to the space. The green cabinets bring about a natural feel, while the French doors let in lots of natural light, as seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It.
The design for this little girl's room is light and bright with plenty of feminine touches. The mint green of the walls is a light, subtle color, while the light from the large window helps to accent it and make the space lighter. The bedspread brings a nice feminine touch to the space with the floral pattern, and the furniture compliments that design.
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 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 Eleanor and Dave bought their family home on a quiet street five years ago it was all about the amazing backyard, but they overlooked some major issues inside the house. Designer Jillian and her team use their license to thrill with a stunning, top-to-bottom redesign, while Realtor Todd looks to deliver a move-in ready home with a pool that's to die for. Done coping with a dysfunctional home, but in love with their beautiful backyard, Eleanor and Dave 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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
When Vivian and Don bought their home 13 years ago, they saw nothing but potential for their growing family, but now Vivian is frustrated with how the design splits up the family over three floors. Designer Jillian is confident she can convince Vivian to stay with a stunning redesign, while Todd's eager to show Don he can balance contemporary with character in a brand new home. Will the redesign convince Vivian to love her home again or will the family decide to list it?
Nine years ago Lucky and Nancy found the perfect neighborhood and house, but with four kids and a growing family, Nancy is ready to search for a bigger space. To get them to stay, Jillian shows the couple that by knocking a few walls down and revamping the kitchen, living room, bathroom and deck, space can be created to fit the family of six. To get them to move on to greener pastures, Todd shows Nancy and Lucky a house already equipped with the extra room they need and a basement complete with a home theater perfect for family fun nights. Divided on what to do with their first family home, Nancy and Lucky will soon have to make a decision -- will they love it or will they list it?
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?
A stay-at-home dad wants a new place to hang his hat, but his wife is a tough customer who would prefer to stay in their current house. Jillian cooks up a gorgeous kitchen design to ease the squeeze of their very small space, but Todd delivers a brand-new home that's right on budget, giving the couple motivation to move.
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.
A couple debates whether they should downsize their home or stay and try to make it work. Jillian has a large-scale renovation in mind that will create a dream home worthy of calling home but Todd makes a convincing case that sometimes less really is more. What choice will they make?
Seeking a fresh start, a woman decides it's time for her and her husband to move into a new home. He, however, thinks a few simple updates would do the house some good so Jillian is there to transform this overwhelming mess of a house. With Todd trying to lure the couple away to a new life in a new neighborhood, which choice will they make?
A couple debates whether to ditch their current run-down house and relocate or stay put and redo their house instead of moving. Worried that reno time will take away from family time, can Jillian calm their stress with a no-fuss redesign or will Todd find the perfect move-in ready dream home?
Newlyweds disagree on where to start their life together. She wants to start fresh with a newer, more dynamic home, but he thinks they'll be happy with their home after a few changes. Jillian has plans to turn their so-so house into a love nest, but Todd is convinced he can find the right house for their future together.
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