Tamara Day gets creative renovating a 1950 ranch-style home updating the exterior with faux stone, using a second-story addition to create three new bedrooms and gutting the master suite.
Tamara sees great potential in a 1938 cottage and constructs a cathedral ceiling and two cedar corbels for the entrance. Her renovation plans also force her to cut into the roof, and she struggles to install a full bath and enlarge the master suite.
Tamara Day transforms a contemporary home that's devoid of any character, installing huge windows, resurfacing a fireplace veneer and also creating a home theater and an immense deck and patio for entertaining.
Tamara tackles a 1905 Colonial, overhauling an ugly kitchen and tacky dining room. Also, she creates a 900-square-foot master suite and converts a sun porch into a closet.
Tamara takes on a 1900 Kansas City Shirtwaist-style home containing a living room with a catwalk instead of a ceiling, and she also creates a reading nook and closet to complete the fourth bedroom.
Tamara tackles a 1905 Kansas City Shirtwaist home that's short on bathrooms. She restores the front door, updates the fireplace, and she also doubles the size of the walk-in closet and enlarges the master suite.
Tamara takes on a 1927 Tudor house and moves the small kitchen, outfitting it with a large island and eating nook. She also enlarges the master bathroom to transform the home into a showstopper.
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