Josh finds a couple who have no idea where to start when it comes to a funky odd shaped bonus room with Saltillo tile flooring, heavily textured walls and an inadequate entry. The transformation is huge when Josh installs a wood plank floor, a new entry with hallway, track lighting and two separate seating areas, making this room a cozy entertaining space with a modern cabin vibe.
New to home ownership, this couple bought a house that hasn't been touched since the 70s. Their back game room was floor to ceiling 70s with avocado green carpet, wood paneling and pink ceiling beams. In 3 days, this space becomes a modern game room complete with bar area, all new floor, custom TV/firewall, 2 doors to the outdoors and a custom light fixture.
A father of three is in need of an adult space that is also family-friendly. An odd room behind the garage used for storage gets transformed by licensed contractor Josh Temple and his House Crashers crew, turning it into a fun and functional space with indoor/outdoor seating, a bar area, hidden TV and a multi-use game table.
These Seattle natives get the perfect entertaining space to host their annual Seafair parties. A storage filled basement turns into the ultimate indoor/outdoor space complete a 12' custom bi-fold doors, accordion window with a pass-through bar, media wall, reclaimed woods doors to commemorate the homeowners alma mater University of Washington, a stone clad pizza oven area, and a wet bar.
A Seattle area master bedroom gets a major shot of contemporary style the homeowners tried to achieve on their own. Host and licensed contractor, Josh Temple and the House Crashers crew, replace a main wall with a pony wall allowing the unused room next door to become a huge new closet. A large slider and two windows are added for more natural light, modular tiles add interest at headboard, and a shelving unit is built complete with fire feature.
A bachelor's dark dining and living room are opened up and become one modern wine lounge. What was once a dirty carpeted living room with college dorm furniture and a separate ugly dining room gets completely transformed into one hip wine room with rich hardwood floors, a custom wine box dining table, a storage bench and an entire wall dedicated to wine. Plus, this homeowner lucks out with bifolding doors and shelves that add extra ambience!
These homeowners love the outdoors but their existing family, living and kitchen are closed in and plain! All three rooms get an update with a bifold door, all new custom fireplace surround and mantel, dark hardwood floor throughout, custom storage, kitchen countertops and slate backsplash. All three rooms become one huge entertaining space.
A couple's tired and boring bedroom is transformed into a retreat with a chic Hawaiian vibe. The closet is enclosed with black bamboo doors, and the vanity area becomes more private when an open pocket door is installed. A window is replaced with French doors allowing access to a private outdoor paradise with slatted walls, tropical plants, and a fire feature.
Josh Temple balances historic integrity with modern day living as he tears down the walls on this 120-year-old kitchen. Aged-looking flanges and pipe brackets hold up industrial-styled open shelves with frosted glass doors moving along an iron track. A flared skylight shines down on the center kitchen island that's skinned in original wood from the house and topped with an art piece concrete countertop. The limestone wall and richly-toned hardwood floor shows off the upcycled finds in this open eco-chic kitchen that is sure to be the heart of this home for decades to come.
A living and dining space with worn hardwood floors and hideous pink granite fireplace gets completely transformed into a hip bar lounge. In three days, this crash goes over the top with a metal and concrete bar, swinging bar stools and a bookshelf that opens into hidden storage. Plus, a plain wall becomes a main attraction as hardwood flooring runs vertically up the wall with a niche for a giant television. Metallic tile faces the new fireplace and a custom coffee table makes this room an entertainer's dream.
House Crashers host and licensed contractor Josh Temple transforms a funky Southern California sunroom into a functional space for a growing family. It's flooded with light from new windows, an updated French door with sidelights, LED lighting and tube skylights. The outdated flooring is replaced with multi-striped cork, a long window seat provides extra lounge space and storage and a proper workspace is added with custom desk and hanging bookshelves.
An outdated family room in Memphis is revamped into a luxury lodge complete with updated fireplace mantle, hardwood floors and a custom coffee table. In addition, the adjacent office is better integrated with the family room with a wider entry, picture window surrounded with built-in storage and French doors that lead to the backyard.
An unfinished attic in Memphis is transformed into a rustic getaway for these homeowners. Once exposed walls and plywood floors becomes a place to lounge with a custom hanging bed, a hidden television, white oak flooring and a built in bookcase. Plus, host and licensed contractor Josh Temple takes it above and beyond with a sleek desk build, modern skylight and charming ceiling treatment.
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