Jasmine Roth customizes a basic builder house for a couple in Huntington Beach, California. An open-concept living area, brand new kitchen and jaw-dropping curb appeal make this home stand out in a suburban neighborhood where the houses all look the same, and the lucky couple is thrilled to have a home with a personality that reflects their own.
A couple wants to start a family, but they can't picture having a baby in their claustrophobic, compartmentalized home. With a budget of $90,000, they hope Jasmine can make some big changes that give their house a much needed update, including a floor plan that works for them.
A couple unhappy with their hasty home renovations turns to Jasmine to help them create a house that better reflects their style. Using their $65,000 budget, Jasmine adds life to their front yard, designs her favorite kitchen yet and creates a custom collapsible fort for the kids.
A family of five doesn't feel at home in their cookie-cutter house, with its closed-off and uncomfortable layout. Jasmine gives the house's exterior a major facelift with an extensive wraparound bench that the whole family can enjoy. On the inside, she designs a custom island perfect for cooking with kids and finds an incredible way to turn TV storage into art.
A young couple decided to skip the wedding and invest in a home. But the house they could afford has the same, outdated features of every other house on the block, and they're looking for some personalized upgrades. With their $60,000 budget, they're hoping to give their drab, open space some definition that will reflect their personalities. Jasmine Roth steps in to bring some character to the exterior and add custom features to the inside that make the house unique, including floating shelves and an incredible hidden entrance that leads to a personal speakeasy.
Donald and Dina leave city life behind in favor of more space and a bigger yard, but their new house is stuck in the 1970s and matches every other house on the block. With a budget of $150,000, they're looking to give their home a bit of character, so designer Jasmine Roth gives the house an edgy, cool exterior and opens up the inside, adding custom industrial touches. With a floating, rainbow ombre staircase and accordion doors that create a breezy indoor-outdoor space, Donald and Dina can enjoy the perks of being in the suburbs without sacrificing their unique aesthetic.
Family is the most important thing for Dave and Suzy. They ask Jasmine to help remodel their small and dated house because the floor plan just isn't functional. With their $75,000 budget, they're hoping she can give them space for their family inside and a place for gathering outside. Jasmine commissions a local artist to paint a stunning mural on an outer wall and she installs a unique feature in the living room to highlight family photos.
A young couple and their two growing boys are feeling claustrophobic in their cookie cutter home. With their $80,000 budget, Jasmine hopes to give them a home that stands out and works better for the family. She opens up the house's layout by redefining the living spaces, turns unused space into a multipurpose room with a Murphy bed and surprises the family by installing customized reclaimed wood bookshelves.
Jasmine dismantles an unwelcoming concrete fortress to give homeowners MJ and Mike a space where they can finally enjoy their front yard. Inside, she uses a stunning take on midcentury modern design and updates with a one-of-a-kind honeycomb tile patterned floor, wallpaper made from family mementos and custom colorful shelving to transform this house into a truly unforgettable work of art.
With its bland colors and overgrown landscaping, Randi and Scott's house doesn't match the fun and unique personalities of their growing family. Jasmine uses their $100,000 budget to transform the home into a sophisticated yet kid-friendly space with a customizable pegboard wall and a one-of-a-kind copper staircase that's certainly unlike any other house on the block.
Married flight attendants Wendy and Annette travel often but hate returning to their cookie-cutter home. With their $65,000 budget, they hope Jasmine can create outdoor spaces to enjoy and reconfigure their layout to give their family some much needed storage. Jasmine constructs a covered porch and installs French doors that lead out to a cozy backyard with outdoor living and dining areas. Inside, she creates unique storage solutions in the expansive kitchen and beautiful built-in cabinets so their luggage will be handy next time they need to fly.
Joanna and Dave's house has a lot of history, but its outdated design is stuck in the past. With their $85,000 budget, they hope Jasmine can re-establish the home's personality and build a floor plan that makes sense for their family. Jasmine updates the house's design and transforms it into a bright, welcoming space, complete with a sophisticated home office and a private oasis in the courtyard.
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