Ben and Erin help a surgeon and his wife, moving back to Laurel from New York City, design an amazing family home while paying homage to the historic property's original classic elements as well as its offbeat period charm. Take the Photo Tour
In a special project that enhances a neighborhood while giving back to a community, Ben and Erin help Laurel natives restore a '30s-vintage bungalow. Once renovated, the home will serve as temporary housing for women transitioning out of rehab — thereby helping to provide both shelter and a new start for people needing help. Take the Photo Tour
Erin and Ben help a long-time friend with a special personal connection craft the perfect home for her new family and the start of a new life adventure. Along the way, a spacious but aging stately home gets a new lease on life.
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In Home Town's heartwarming season 5 opener, Ben and Erin help a long-time friend craft the perfect home for a new family and the beginning of a new life adventure. Stay tuned for the full photo tour — coming your way soon!
Get ready for your closeup, Wetumpka, AL. Home Town's Ern and Ben Napier just announced that they'll be shooting their new renovation show in the quaint Southern city as part of a hugely ambitious project — to take over and make over an entire small town. Read the Article
Ben and Erin help a surgeon and his wife, moving back to Laurel from NYC, design an amazing family home while paying homage to the home's classic elements and offbeat period charm. Take the Photo Tour
She's the queen of historically accurate renovations and vintage finds, but did you know there's a whole movement around her design style? Read the Article
Move over, minimalism. There’s a “new” design style favored by millennials and Erin Napier happens to reflect it perfectly.
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Ben and Erin stretch budgets — and our imaginations — with their seriously inspiring repurposed renovations. See the Gallery
Take a cue from the masters of inviting exteriors, Ben and Erin Napier.
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The Napiers face one of their bigger challenges, resurrecting a young student's family home in a Laurel neighborhood that was ravaged by hurricane Katrina. The result is a creatively reimagined cottage with an artistic vibe and Scandinavian inspired touches. See the Gallery
In a deoartyre from their usual frugal approach, Ben and Erin are thrilled when a Laurel newcomer enlists their help to create an ideal home on a budget that's essentially unlimited. The result is a grand residence blending Spanish Colonial influences with a few modern industrial surprises. See the Gallery
A well-travelled bachelor, and long-time friend of Ben and Erin, is coming home to Laurel where his family has lived for five generations. The Napiers help the returning Laurelite restore a 1920s-vintage cottage to create the picture-perfect bachelor's retreat. See the Gallery
When the time came to fashion a nursery for Baby Helen Napier, it's no surprise that Erin thought carefully and deeply about every single detail. Check Out the Napier Nursery
Erin and Ben give a colonial-style house some serious love and created the perfect home for a young couple.
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Ben and Erin help a former Laurel resident convert a '50s-vintage house with dated kitchen into an open and airy retreat that’s the perfect place to come home to.
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The Napiers help a couple create a traditional Southern home – with a great front porch and casually comfortable features – in one of Laurel's oldest houses. Take the Photo Tour
Hear how Home Town stars Ben and Erin Napier welcomed their baby girl home with music. (Get the tissues ready.)
A couple is ready to move back home to Mississippi and put down roots after years of moving for work. They need help finding a home with charm and character in a small town. With an all-in budget of $300,000, Ben and Erin infuse their new home with coastal charm and create a gorgeous kitchen and breathtaking outdoor entertaining space using reclaimed cedar from the home.
Kyle and Brooke want their "someday children" to grow up in a small town like they did, so they're leaving Nashville and heading back to their childhood hometown in Mississippi. They want a house with history and room to grow. Ben and Erin show the couple two Craftsman homes: a character-rich cottage in need of an update, and a quirky but roomy home with a cramped kitchen. Both houses come at a similar price, leaving Kyle and Brooke to decide where their all-in, $200,000 budget will go the furthest.
A couple is ready for a different pace after living in the country for years. Erin and Ben create a haven in the city for them complete with handmade print wallpaper made by a local artist and a set of dining room buffets created entirely from one of the house's demolished rooms.
Jay and Rhonda are professors interested in historic preservation, and now they're looking for an old home of their own. Erin and Ben revive a 1920s craftsman cottage that stays true to its character, including original woodwork.
A Laurel, MS, native is ready to plant roots in the place her family has called home for generations. With her all-in budget of $100,000, Erin and Ben create a beautiful transformation that includes a quaint home office and a master bedroom and bathroom fit for a queen.
A photographer and close friend of the Napier's is looking for a traditional home with a touch of modern style. After deciding on a classic mansion in need of a complete makeover, Ben and Erin transform the tired house into a show-stopping home.
The home Ben and Erin renovated for actor Richard T. Jones and his wife, Nancy, to lease to a local resident is destroyed by a tornado. Ben and Erin fix the damage and re-imagine the home by incorporating the owner's favorite colors and a new backyard.
A local business owner is looking to buy a starter home within walking distance to town with character, has plenty of space for her dog and fits her thrifty all-in budget. Ben and Erin Napier narrow her search down to two homes -- one is on the historical Bush dairy farm with a sizable yard and lake view, the other is a well-kept cottage with great bones and a small yard. Once a decision is made, the duo creates a jaw-dropping transformation complete with a covet-worthy kitchen and a dreamy outdoor patio.
A business owner that's been living with her mom is ready to find a place she can call her own. She's looking for a small home with a porch, so Ben and Erin transform her new house using breathtaking Americana charm.
Ben and Erin Napier get the opportunity to find and restore a home for some longtime friends. They're hoping to find a historical house with a porch and cozy charm. Ben and Erin show them two houses: The Thompson House where the Italian style potential is masked by bad design and The Carmichael House whose mix of 1920s and 1990s styles will be expensive to redo. Ben and Erin then use creative solutions to convert mismatched design elements into a beautiful historical house complete with a custom-built ottoman and a unique outdoor entryway cabinet.
After living in temporary situations after a tornado destroyed his house, a man is ready to find a home with clean lines and open spaces. Ben and Erin give his new place a complete facelift, creating an awesome midcentury modern home with a cozy study.
A school teacher misses small town life and looks to make a fresh start in a historic home. Ben and Erin come up with big plans to update her home, but they encounter an unexpected problem that could derail the entire renovation.
An interior designer wants to buy a starter home in Laurel, and Ben and Erin are up for the challenge. Whether she picks the quaint cottage or the former rental, Erin is excited to flex her design muscles with a boho/mid-modern style her colleague loves.
Will, Courtney and their boys have outgrown their starter home, so they enlist Ben and Erin to help them find their forever house. On their wish list is a sizeable, historic house that's rich in character and small town charm. Ben and Erin show the couple two homes: a large house that is short on personality, and a smaller house with loads of character but a long list of necessary repairs. With an all-in budget of $200,000, Will and Courtney have to weigh out what matters most.
A couple with two kids are in desperate need of more space and hope to find a home with a big yard and studio for his work with an all-in budget of $200,000. After showing them two great options, Ben and Erin transform their choice into a modern, spacious farmhouse that includes a chicken coop made from a dilapidated children's playhouse.
Angie took a huge leap of faith when she quit her New York job to work as a producer on Home Town. After falling in love with Laurel, Mississippi, she's ready to make it her permanent address, and Ben and Erin help their boss find her dream home.
A woman wants to downsize and move into town to be closer to friends and work. With her all-in budget of $125,000, she hopes to find a small home with a maintenance-free yard, a master bathroom, and space for her son. Ben and Erin give her house a colorful makeover that includes a whimsical kitchen, stunning master bathroom and dedicated music room.
A couple that owns rental properties calls on Ben and Erin to help them choose which best meets their needs. Ben and Erin also juggle the renovation of an airstream gifted to them by Chris and Morgane Stapleton.
After years of traveling, a bachelor is ready to buy a home where his family has lived for five generations. Ben and Erin find a cottage with good resale potential, and their design includes a stunning master bedroom and a quaint front porch.
With their daughters leaving the nest, a couple must decide between renovating their high-maintenance home or moving into a clean slate. Ben and Erin aim to mark everything off their wish list and save Laurel's first family of hospitality's reputation.
When she turned 18, a young woman inherited her family home that had been sitting abandoned for years. Now 21, she comes to Ben and Erin to see if the house can be saved with her $120,000 budget or if her money is better spent on another property.
A minister and his wife are offered a clergy house, but the home is cramped with their family of seven. Ben and Erin share their vision for updating the space and show the couple The Collins House to give them a second, larger option.
Ben and Erin are eager to welcome a new pediatrician that hopes to settle down with his wife and work in the beautiful community. The couple wants a historical charmer with room to grow and a spacious outdoor area for entertaining. Along with a complete interior transformation, Erin creates a beautiful outdoor living room while Ben builds a custom grilling station for the ultimate barbecue experience.
A long-time local teacher looks for a house where she can entertain her large family. She has an all-in budget and a wish list that includes a large kitchen and family living area to host her big family get-togethers. Once Ben and Erin have shown her two possible homes that need a little love, the work begins transforming one of them into a stylish, welcoming oasis where the whole family will be comfortable. Even better, they're able to use beams and cabinets from the original house to build a stunning custom table and kitchen island.
A couple wants a vacation home that's big enough to entertain but manageable to maintain. After showing them a 1920s cottage and a 1912 Craftsman, Ben and Erin create the perfect getaway for them with a large chef's kitchen.
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