Newlyweds Nora and Diego live with Diego's parents and grandmother in their single-level home in Richmond. The house has plenty of square footage but the big foodie family feels cramped during weekday meals and large family gatherings. Jonathan and Drew are on the scene taking on the kitchen, dining room and living room before freshening up the house's curb appeal.
When Troy and Susan found out they were having a third child, they bought a new house in the Las Vegas suburbs for them to grow into. While they love their spacious house, the awkward main floor layout prevents them from having the family home they'd dreamed of. Jonathan and Drew answer their call for help by overhauling their kitchen, family, laundry and play rooms to create a space that's perfect for family gatherings.
After living in the Las Vegas suburbs for years, a couple finally settled down in an older home with character closer to the city. While they love the square footage and the classic vibe, the home is in desperate need of an update. Jonathan and Drew Scott are on hand to tackle the kitchen, office, mudroom and master bathroom to help create a perfect home where they can live with their two teenage sons for the long haul.
After downsizing to a modest home so they could afford to foster children and raise their own, a couple's house is in desperate need of an overhaul. Jonathan and Drew are on the scene to tackle the kitchen, living room, family room and laundry room leaving this super-sized family with a modern home ready for the next generation.
Though they fell in love with their suburban Las Vegas home 13 years ago, raising three boys has taken its toll and it's now tired and severely outdated. Jonathan and Drew come up with a plan for their kitchen, living room, dining room, family room and workout room that leaves them with a home that's ready for the next chapter of their busy lives.
Drew and Jonathan's long-time family friends Brian and Meghan bought a spacious Las Vegas home over 13 years ago. Brian loves nothing more than seeing his family enjoying down time together but the awkward layout and dated builder-basic spaces are standing in their way of true enjoyment. Drew and Jonathan step up to tackle the kitchen, living and family room to create a home the whole family will love.
Drew and Jonathan's brother JD bought a bachelor pad in a historic Las Vegas neighborhood eight years ago. Since then, he's met the love of his life and recently proposed to her. With the wedding just a few months away, JD and his fiancee Annalee want the outdated abode transformed into a dreamy newlywed home. Now it's up to the brothers to take on a full-scale renovation that leaves their sibling and future sister-in-law with the forever home of their dreams.
As newlyweds, a couple bought a large, six-bedroom house in Las Vegas with the dream of filling it up with a big family. Three children later, the home's awkward main floor layout leaves some rooms underutilized while others are worn out from overuse. Jonathan and Drew tackle the kitchen, living room, dining room and mudroom to give this family a forever home in which every inch works for the chaos of daily life.
Since buying their Las Vegas house as newlyweds, a couple's charming home is bursting at the seams with the addition of two kids and a mother-in-law. The home's vintage character is part of its charm but the old-school layout simply no longer works. Jonathan and Drew are prepared to leave all the classic charm while completely transforming the kitchen, dining room, mudroom and all-new in-law suite.
A couple's two daughters are the fourth generation to live in their home, but the cramped layout isn't functional for their modern family. Jonathan and Drew transform the house while preserving its history to ensure it works for generations to come.
A couple has put their all into raising their two teen boys, but they have neglected to give their aging house the love it needed. Drew and Jonathan step in and overhaul the tired living room, kitchen and dining room.
A couple is raising their two girls in the same neighborhood where they grew up. However, their house is so worn-out that their kids are embarrassed. Jonathan and Drew update the kitchen, living room, dining area and basement, leaving them with a home in which they can all be proud.
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