Aubrey and Bristol convert a duplex into a single-family home with fun, uplifting colors.
Aubrey and Bristol bought this 1-bedroom condo sight unseen. After selling several condos in the same area to all male buyers, Aubrey decided to go for a masculine, bachelor pad-friendly design.
The Marundes have never been shy about bold, glitzy design choices — and for the second season of Flip or Flop Vegas, they've outdone themselves. Fair warning: You might want to don sunglasses for a look at these eye-popping homes.
Aubrey and Bristol went full beach house vibes on this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom Vegas property with a pool.
Bristol and Aubrey were excited to take on this 1-bedroom condo that was already in great condition but was in need of storage and a little bit of that Vegas glam.
In what seemed like an impossible feat, Bristol and Aubrey managed to take this 3,200-square-foot mess and turn it into a functional and updated home with a home office, game room, and great outdoor space.
Sin City's real-estate market is one of the hottest in the country — and one of the most unusual. Aubrey Marunde walks us through what that means for flippers.
Aubrey and Bristol buy a house site unseen for $250,000 in west Vegas. The ranch-style home is in an upscale neighborhood with comps around $400,000, but the dull and dated property will need a high-end overhaul to turn a profit.
Aubrey and Bristol purchase a small, rundown condo on the Vegas Strip for $117,000. Comps in the area are running around $150,000, so the couple knows they'll have to stick to a tight budget to make this one pay off.
Aubrey and Bristol score a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house with a rundown exterior, dated floor plan and cave-like kitchen. They give the house a modern makeover with a black-and-white color scheme and open floor plan that liberates the kitchen and makes it the heart of the home. They also come up with a clever plan to solve a laundry room dilemma and spruce up the dead grass on the front lawn.
Aubrey and Bristol get a lead on a home in the family-friendly suburb of Henderson that's too good of a deal to pass up. However, they barely make it through the front door before being overwhelmed by the smell of dog urine, which will require every wall to be mitigated. Then, Aubrey goes all out with a Vegas-glam design that includes marble floors and an open floor plan.
Aubrey gets a tip on a private sale for an outdated 1977 home in the family-friendly Las Vegas community of Spring Valley. She decides to give the home an updated retro design by filling in the sunken living room, tripling the size of the kitchen, converting the dining room into an office and using bright, bold colors on the fireplace and doors.
When a long-abandoned house Aubrey has been watching for years finally gets put up for sale, she and Bristol jump on this rundown 1960s home. Listed for $290,000 with comps in the area running around $450,000, she believes this four-bed, four-bath property has tons of potential. They take the structure down to the studs before flipping it into a modern farmhouse with all sorts of Vegas glam touches.
Aubrey and Bristol head back to the neighborhood where they flipped their first property together to check out a bank-owned, three-bedroom, four-bath home. Even with a challenging layout, Aubrey is confident she can turn the negative into a positive. After touring the property, they agree they can flip this neglected home into three floors of industrial glam that will be perfect for a young Vegas buyer looking to impress.
Aubrey and Bristol purchase a two-story townhouse with familiar floor plan and super high ceilings. The duo gives the entire space a modern glam makeover that features a fireplace upgraded with floor-to-ceiling tile, a closed-off staircase converted into a work of modern art and a custom wine bar built right off the kitchen.
Aubrey and Bristol Marunde swap jobs as they renovate a Vegas townhouse, with Aubrey handling the home's construction and Bristol creating a design plan that will give the rooms a rustic feel. Aubrey joins in on the demolition of the interior spaces while Bristol adds a wood wall to the master bedroom and chooses tile and flooring for the bathroom. The couple is busy with the remodel, but they make time to head to Caesars Palace where Bristol will take part in a charity event that involves rappelling down the hotel's tallest tower.
Aubrey and Bristol Marunde purchase a classic, Vegas estate-style home in one of the city's older neighborhoods. The previous owners sectioned off the home to create a mother-in-law suite, leaving Aubrey to come up with a design to convert the home back to a single-family unit. Then, she takes advantage of a second kitchen to create a Vegas-style game room.
Aubrey and Bristol purchase a small duplex in the same neighborhood as Aubrey's alma mater, the University of Nevada Las Vegas. They decide to convert it into a single-family home with a fun design theme inspired by Aubrey's college days. The project is finalized with the bold decision to completely change the home's facade to include an A-frame entrance and porch.
After buying a condo site unseen, Bristol and Aubrey Marunde decide to give it a Vegas bachelor theme to appeal to singles that usually buy in the area. They open up the kitchen and create a focal point in the living room using a huge, custom-built entertainment center. However, when the bathroom vanity arrives in the wrong color, Aubrey must figure out a way to incorporate it into her design.
Aubrey and Bristol take a two-story, three-bedroom house in as-is condition from a woman who needs to sell quickly. The couple sees a lot of potential in the home so they set out to create an open dining and living space, use hardwood flooring on the ceiling, freshen up the swimming pool and give the entire home a Vegas beach house theme. In the end, Aubrey's "out of the box" thinking results in a beautiful aesthetic that attracts a buyer and a handsome profit.
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