This dining room shows its flair with medium gray walls that enhance the softer tones of the table and chairs. The room exhibits clean lines and a symmetry that evokes a chic style.
This charming blue and white kitchen features a wood table with yellow cushioned banquette seating. The white kitchen has glass front cabinets and a bright blue subway tile backsplash.
As seen on HGTV's "Renovation Raiders," this dining room was transformed with a contemporary look. Dusty blue walls dominate, but a black table, white upholstered chairs and a white pendant shade keep the style crisp.
Slipcovered chairs and a built-in bench with striped upholstery cushions surround a wooden table in this update take on a Southern cottage. Pistachio green walls, nautical sconces, pale wood floors and billowing white drapes complete this mod-cozy look. The made over dining space was featured on HGTV's series Renovation Raiders.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this kitchen’s rich, dark cabinetry offsets the white quartz countertops and white subway tile backsplash. Sugar and flour containers in soft green add a touch of color to this classic yet updated space.
"You need to make sure that the contractor is right for you, because he's going to be in your home, and you want to make sure it's the right contractor," Jeff says. Stephen Drucker, former editor in chief of House Beautiful adds, "When you interview contractors and check references, the thing you want to find out is, how fast do they return phone calls? A contractor who returns phone calls fast has nothing to hide, and it's going to reduce your anxiety level."
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this living room has been transformed into a media-free oasis with a contemporary look and rustic feel. Where there was once a solid wall, now there's a staircase that dramatically opens up the space and allows the living area to merge visually with the adjacent dining room.
This chic country kitchen has beautiful dark cabinetry that offsets the crisp white paneling and sea foam green walls. Modern meets Southern Victorian style with mismatched overhead lighting, a subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a marble countertop.
Amy and her team turn an unused and unfinished duplex basement into a hip Speakeasy pub, complete a bar, lager on tap and lounge area. The team is surprising John, whose sibling and roommate, Annie, wants to thank John for being such the rock of the family when their father suddenly passed away. John and Annie bought the duplex together so they could remain close. But John loves to entertain and the duplex had no room big enough to host their family and friends. So Amy and her team insulated the basement, added custom bookcases and sitting area on one side of the room, and a full-equipped bar on the other. But the crew faces one problem after another, as a sandblaster malfunctions, custom cabinets don't fit and the giant beer refrigerator seems to be bigger than the stairwell. Before the night is over everyone wonders whether the makeover will be finished before John returns home.
The Renovation Raiders take on a kitchen and dining area. It only takes the team five hours to tear down a wall, rip out the old kitchen and install brand new cabinets, a kitchen island with a built-in dog house and beer keg refrigerator for a home brew aficionado. This raid is tailor made.
Built in the 1970s, Christa and Terry's kitchen is cramped, dated and loaded with oak from the floor to the ceiling. It's in desperate need of a makeover. Terry says Christa couldn't be more deserving of the surprise after helping nurse him to health after heart surgery not long after their premature daughter was finally healthy. With help from Christa's sister acting as our spy, Terry gets Christa out of the house for the raid so that Amy and her team can completely renovate the kitchen.
This time the Renovation Raiders have to tear down a load-bearing wall to redo a living room. But the crew comes through for the homeowners, and by the time the night is over there's a brand new staircase where there used to be a wall.
Amy and her team raid a cramped kitchen, dining and living room, hoping to turn a bachelor pad into a family home. Travis is surprising his girlfriend Lun, with a kitchen renovation made even more special with a surprise marriage proposal! Amy plans a massive new space, worthy of the propoals. The teams starts by demo'ing the entire space, including taking out the claustrophobic kitchen walls and well-worn cabinets. In their place, new horizontal grain custom cabinets go in, along with stainless appliances, a solid surface resin countertop and a unique, eco-friendly backsplash made of coconut shells. All-new furniture gives the space the comfy yet modern vibe the couple likes. But will Lun love the kitchen and the marriage proposal?
The Renovation Raiders descend on a suburban basement and in just five hours, they transform it into a library/family room with wood floors, shelf-lined walls and a cozy stone fireplace. They even install a bookshelf that functions as a hidden door to the laundry room.
Amy and her team tackle a kitchen and dining disaster that hasn't been renovated since the 1960s, and is in desperate need of an overhaul. Newlywed Seth wants to surprise his wife Rose with a kitchen makeover since the room is such an eyesore and the couple won't be able to afford to reno the space for many years. With help from their friend, Ian, who acts as a spy, Seth keeps Rose away while Amy and her team reno the kitchen, dining room and living room. They create a retro-Scandinavian kitchen and living area that will match Seth and Rose's design style. The plan is for the crew to demo the entire kitchen, take down walls, add a new floating floor, cabinets, appliances, an island and all new furniture to create a dramatic and beautiful new space. But once installation begins, problems with the cabinet layout and oven installation slow them down and the team needs more than 6 hours to complete the build. Spy Ian runs out of ways to stall the couple and is forced to improvise in a way that leaves the crew wondering if they can finish the job.
Amy and her team are asked to create a Mediterranean-inspired kitchen makeover in a home with builder-grade, boring design details. Homeowner Kevin wants to surprise his wife, Cathy, who sacrificed her career to be a stay at home mom to their two young children. Kevin has tried to updated the space on his own, but lacks the skills to give Cathy the kitchen of her dreams. With help from Cathy's best friend, Stephanie, who acts as a spy, Kevin takes Cathy and the kids away to the state fair for six hours while Amy and her team reno the space. The plan is to demo the entire kitchen, install all new cabinets with a Tuscan-styled island, new countertops, stone backsplash, new appliances and Mediterranean-inspired ceiling beams. But when demo reveals problems with the floor that delays the project, spy Stephanie must help Kevin get lost at the fair, to give the crew more time for the build. The extensive reno is in jeopardy if Cathy catches on to the plan, but the team trouble-shoots the problems in efforts to beat the clock, and the family's return home.
Amy and her team reno a dated kitchen for a couple forced to buy a house in a hurry when their current house sold and an out-of-state job offer fell through. Homeowner Tracy wants to surprise her husband Russano with the makeover because the kitchen is dated and doesn't fit the couple's eclectic chic style, but a reno isn't in their budget. Amy and her team demo the entire space, take down some structural walls to open up the space, install all new custom cabinetry, countertops, backsplash, appliances and a new gas stove. They save the couple's beloved granite tabletop and repurpose in a clever way in the new kitchen design. The dining area gets a funky new update with graphic wallpaper and banquette seating, and the entire space gets new flooring and paint. The seven- hour timeline is put to the test when the aggressive reno hits snags with an injury and unexpected problems inside a wall. The troubles will be worth it when Russano sees his incredible new kitchen and realizes how hard Amy, the crew and his wife worked to surprise him.
Amy and the team tackle a project they've never attempted before when they open up a cramped attic master bedroom, turning it into an awe-inspiring master suite, complete with an all-new bathroom. Homeowner Dan wants his wife Ashley to have a master bedroom retreat, but after the couple tackled renovations on their first floor, they have no energy or imagination to continue the updates upstairs. Amy and her team gut the attic bedroom and leaky bathroom, which haven't been updated in decades. They create a vaulted ceiling with faux wood beams and a chandelier for visual interest in the bedroom and new his-and-hers walk-in closets on the other side of the room. But work almost grinds to a stop when they discover problem after problem in the bathroom, which had been installed without permits by previous owners. When the couple's friend, acting as a spy, loses track of the homeowners during the raid, she tries to warn Amy. But Amy's phone has died and she doesn't get the message that no one knows when the couple will arrive home. With renovations hours behind, the team is in serious danger of getting busted.
Amy and her crew agree to a huge kitchen and family room reno that requires them to invent new ways to work fast. Homeowner Sara wants Amy to surprise her husband, Nate, with a reno because he had to give up his restaurant when they moved to a new city for Sara's job. Since then, Sara has always dreamed of giving Nate the chef's kitchen he deserves. But with only six hours for such a massive overhaul, the crew has to work smart and fast. Sara recruited a friend to act as the spy, and help Amy keep the couple away from the home. And while Amy thought the size of the makeover was going to be the biggest obstacle to completion, it turns out the spy becomes the issue, leaving everyone wondering whether they can finish remodeling the beautiful new kitchen and great room.
Amy's team tackles a poorly designed kitchen and family room add-on for a family who loves the house, but hates the layout. Homeowner Jen, convinced her husband to buy a 1960's house because the size and neighborhood were perfect for their family. But once they settled in, the couple realized the kitchen needed more than the cosmetic makeover they had anticipated. It was trapped in the 60's with a poor layout, rundown appliances and an attached, dated, sunken family room. Jen asked Amy and her team to step in to surprise her husband, Kevin with a renovation. With help from Kevin's best Friend, Erik, acting as a spy, Jen gets her husband and two kids out of the house for the six-hour makeover. The team guts the entire space, refaces the fireplace, adds built-ins, levels the floor, creates a new kitchen floor plan with cozy kitchen nook and gives the family all-new contemporary furniture and decor. The finished room leaves the homeowners speechless and the children literally jumping for joy.
When a couple buy a foreclosed Mid Century Modern home, they're thrilled with the renovation potentialuntil they get to the plain family room add-on that lacks the character of the rest of the home. Homeowner Ashley asks Amy and her team to tackle the project so her husband Adam can be finished with the 2-year renovation of their house and spend more time with her and the kids. The team decides to bring Mid Century character to the completely plain family room, by opening up some walls and adding windows, adding a retro fireplace and numerous built-ins that were common in the 1950s. With only five hours to complete the renovation and install the design elements, the team is hard-pressed when they run into unexpected complications with the floor-to-ceiling windows they plan to install. Amy calls for a stall to keep the family away from home, but will they buy enough time to get the design finished?
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