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.
A home for sale in Las Vegas raises red flags for Aubrey and Bristol Marunde. There are bars on the windows and doors and the roof is leaking. But if Aubrey and Bristol can turn this neglected home fast, they've got a chance to make tidy profit.
Aubrey and Bristol renovate a downtown condo to show that there's more to downtown Las Vegas, NV, than the strip. Aubrey chooses neutrals throughout the house and saves her big pop of color for the bedroom by hiring a muralist to do an installation. However, the artist only agrees to work on the project for one day, meaning Aubrey and Bristol must accept whatever he creates in that time frame.
Aubrey and Bristol purchase a small condo on Las Vegas Boulevard within walking distance of the Strip. Aubrey envisions the ideal buyer as someone who wants to be in the thick of the action so she's turning this bland condo into a super glam high-end apartment.
Aubrey and Bristol take on one of their biggest challenges ever when a woman's 3,200-square-foot, four bedroom, three bathroom home hits the market at a price considerably lower than comps in the area. After an offer is accepted, Bristol gets to work on a quick demo and Aubrey comes up with a plan for this design nightmare.
Aubrey and Bristol Marunde get a deal on a structure that looks like a glorified shed on zoned horse property not far from the Strip. They plan to build a 600-square-foot addition to turn it into a two-bed, two-bath home with a new kitchen, living room, dining room and even a small loft. Aubrey gives the interior a modern cottage theme with a lot of white and gray plus pops of purple for her signature glam touch. Bristol's custom-built pergola and stone facing on the front of the house turn this small, sad building into an enticing family home that Aubrey and Bristol hope will bring them big returns in the red-hot Vegas market.
Bristol and Aubrey set their sights on a fixer upper in Henderson, a rare find in the custom neighborhood just outside of Las Vegas. They face serious challenges to get the home ready for market, including a broken-down pool, a depressing kitchen and a layout that makes no sense.
Aubrey jumps at the challenge of turning a split-level house in the Southern Highlands neighborhood of Las Vegas into a high-end bachelor pad. In order to turn a profit, Aubrey must keep in mind the tight deadline and $30,000 budget.
Aubrey and Bristol purchase a starter home in Las Vegas, and while it may be a small house, buyers expect the best in this town. Aubrey uses custom finishes built by Bristol to deck out the home and give it a glam-farmhouse style.
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