Host Sasha Andreev teams up with designer Don Felix to revive a 1920s Tudor that has fallen from grace. A new color palette, extensive stonework and iron accents update the home while preserving its character. Additionally, fresh landscaping allows homeowners Mark and Pam Greiner to enjoy the outside of their home as much as they do the inside.
Host Sasha Andreev recruits designer Diana Grundeen to update a split-level home for a couple split on what to do. A gabled roof, new portico and shake siding are just the beginning for this '70s era home. The addition of a stone veneer, a carriage-style garage door and fresh landscaping give Paul and Patti Weber the craftsman-style bungalow they've always dreamed of.
When Karen Sandberg decided to renovate her bland, boxy house she knew just who to call ? her boyfriend and landscape architect, Stephen Mastey. Together with host Sasha Andreev, they work to blend Karen's random rambler into a neighborhood of well-established older homes. Bold color, copper accents, a stone patio and extensive landscaping including an eco-friendly rain garden and lily pond help make the rambler remarkable.
Kevin Glenney is a pilot who spends more time in the air than on the ground - which explains the condition of his deteriorating 1950s home. Host Sasha Andreev heeds his distress signal and enlists the help of designer Lindsey Bittner. With new windows and siding, fresh landscaping and the addition of two pergolas, this rundown rambler is given a whole new personality.
With a baby on the way, homeowners Jothsna and Rasheed Harris are on a deadline to complete a lot of work on their '70s chalet style home. Host Sasha Andreev teams up with designer Brian Sobaski to turn this house with a rambling roofline and an untamed yard into a modern day country cottage with international flair. An extended roofline, wider front porch, East Indian accents and a new front walkway give their home a warmer and more welcoming feel.
Homeowners John and Tricia Marden are campaigning for change on their formal looking 1960s colonial home. Host Sasha Andreev pairs with designer Dave Sonka to warm up their house with a family friendly look, beginning with the addition of an enclosed front entrance. Additionally, an updated color palette, iron accents and fresh landscaping give the home a unique sense of style while maintaining its classic look.
With their neighbors talking about the bright gold color of their home, homeowners Paul and Pat Triplett are ready to transform their '60s era home from bold to beautiful. Choosing a more muted color and adding a new portico and accented front door, host Sasha Andreev and designer Sarah Buerkley team up to make this home easy on the eye.
Homeowners Julie and Brad Stensrud love being one with nature, however, their house feels far from it. Host Sasha Andreev calls in designer Jill Felkner to help bring their dark and dated home back to life. Stonewalls, walkways, fresh neutral colors and natural elements create a warm and welcoming retreat for these homeowners.
Kim and Todd Craft bought their country ranch-style home two years ago not so much for the home, but for the lot on which it sits. Now, not even the beautiful, park-like setting can offset the home's tired exterior. Enter host Sasha Andreev and designer Jennifer Edwards-Hughes who refresh this fixer-upper with new siding, windows and roof. Copper-toned garage doors, window boxes and shutters add character, while extensive landscaping shines a spotlight on their home.
Jim and Sharon Lee love the setting of their home on a cul-de-sac, but the '80s style of the house is gnarly. Host Sasha Andreev teams with designer Kelli Kaufer and landscape designer Michael Keenan to bring style to the front of the Lees' home with a new color palette, stone veneer and landscaping. A circular patio and charming pergola also help to create an inviting look that's totally cool.
Host Sasha Andreev teams with designer Sarah Buerkley to turn a bland, bare bones house into a quaint cottage in the city. Homeowner John Coughlin also lends a hand on the renovation that includes new siding, slate style roofing, a porch and low maintenance landscaping.
Homeowners Bob and Marge Keene have put a lot of love and labor into their home since purchasing it 22 years ago. Unfortunately, a succession of updates over the years has resulted in a haphazard look. Host Sasha Andreev and guest designer James Galbrecht plan to change that with a "less is more" approach. A new portico and stone patio create a dramatic entrance, while fresh paint, updated lighting and clean landscaping highlight the existing stone veneer.
Mike Poindexter and Betsy Dobbins became aware of their home's shortcomings shortly after purchasing it two years ago. Rotting wood, cracked stucco and a tangle of vines have contributed to its reputation as the scariest house on the block. Host Sasha Andreev and guest designers Sheila Hanson and Mark Foreman turn back the clock to reclaim this home's turn-of-the-century beauty. A fresh color palette, a new porch and moldings and stained glass windows add beauty while maintaining the home's Victorian character. And a new fence and paver walkway highlight the landscaping inspired by the same era.
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