Here’s a Sneak Peek of Boise Boys Season Two
The boys are back! Go behind the scenes with Clint and Luke and see what’s in store this season on Boise Boys.
Photo By: Todd Meier
Clint and Luke are back for more incredible renovations! This season is packed with gorgeous spaces, creative upcycling and a Boise Boys first in the premiere episode. Click on to see behind the scenes moments, family fun and an exclusive sneak peek of some finished rooms.
In the season premiere, Luke gets his hands on a 20-foot vintage church pew and Clint is challenged with turning this massive bench into custom furniture.
After some "Clint math," Clint turns the old pew into custom, L-shaped banquette seating for the home’s new eat-in kitchen.
One of the reasons Luke loves what he does is it allows him the flexibility to spend more time with his kids. And sometimes his kids even help with design. In the season premiere, he takes his son Tucker tile shopping to learn more about home design materials.
Hard at Work
Luke had a vision for this upstairs A-frame bedroom to be completely covered in wood. But that vision meant Clint had to nail a lot of tongue and groove planks to the ceiling.
Seriously Cool Kid's Room
All of that nailing paid off and the new bedroom is now the ultimate hangout for kids. Luke white-washed the wood paneling so the room would read more farmhouse and less cabin-y.
If you loved Luke’s staging tricks in season one, get ready for even more gorgeous, clever spaces this season. In this kid’s room, Luke created a Wes Anderson-inspired vignette a la Moonrise Kingdom with a tent, desk and typewriter.
Ready for an Open House
On the day of the open house, Luke and Clint pose proudly in front of the newly renovated fireplace. The brick red tiling is the perfect color for the modern, farmhouse vibe throughout the home.
Staged Living Room
Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at the living room from the season premiere. Luke and Clint added custom built-ins that flank the fireplace and add a cozy vibe. But don’t let the charms of simple living fool you. The mirror above the fireplace is hiding a jack should the new homeowners want to mount a TV.
And check out this first look at the home’s swoon-worthy farmhouse kitchen. The new space features quartz countertops, pecan hardwood floors and a backsplash made from the same porcelain brick tile that was used for the fireplace.
Boise Boys and Girls
In a Boise Boys first, Clint and Luke tackle a treehouse and the job brings their families together for an afternoon of treehouse construction and tacos.
The Free House
In another Boise Boys first, Clint and Luke tour a home that’s free. But it comes with a catch: the home is up on stilts and would need to be relocated. Tune in for the season premiere to see if they take a gamble on this floating home.
Light It Up
One of the best (and easiest) ways to spruce up a home is with new lighting. Clint and Luke transformed this midcentury modern kitchen into a bright, airy space with fresh fixtures.
Luke isn’t the only creative in his family. His brother Johnny is a talented textile artist and created a custom piece of art for one of the renovations this season.
Midcentury Modern Stunner
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the bedrooms from this season. The room features an authentic midcentury modern bed frame, textile art from Luke’s brother and a dramatic, matte black accent wall.
Planters for the Plant House
This season the boys take on a home in such disrepair that they discover plants growing inside the walls! They find a new way to display houseplants — that’s up to code — with custom-built planters.
Fresh Coat of Paint
New paint doesn’t sound like much, but it can give your home serious curb appeal. Here, Clint turns old fencing into a picture-perfect white picket fence with a simple paint sprayer.
Luke often creates custom decor for his home stagings and for one of the homes this season he enlists some help from his kids. Here, he’s creating DIY terrariums with his son Ezra and daughter Darla.
Staging the Circle House
Here’s one more living room sneak peek for season two. The space is a nod to warmer and sunnier climates than Boise and features tons of desert plants from the Southwest including some of Luke’s DIY terrariums.
Ready to Sell
Luke and Clint are the masters of turning rooms into functional spaces for families as seen in this kitchen sneak peek. For more incredible transformations, don’t miss the season two premiere of Boise Boys on April 24!