As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis stripped and stained the white oak floor in the study, and painted the walls a neutral gray in order to draw attention to the original African mahogany wall panels, molding and ceiling beams.
This cozy attic bedroom was insulated with spray foam then covered with sheetrock to create an open-air master suite complete with a bedroom, bathroom and seating area. The original wood floors give the room a warm feel, and are balanced nicely by clean white and coral bedding.
The living room of the newly renovated Childers home has been completely transformed. The original brick over the fireplace was revealed, original wood floors restored and shiplap walls are brought to life, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
The living room of the newly renovated Childers home has been completely transformed, the original brick over the fireplace was revealed, original wood floors restored and shiplap walls brought to life, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
The trestle-style table in this contemporary country kitchen was built by craftsman Richard Kiusalas of West Barnstable Tables and features a tabletop fashioned from antique pine wainscoting. The original green/gray finish is carefully sanded to reveal the patina of the original wood under the paint.
The living room has been repainted a bright, modern blue with white trim. The original wood floors have been refinished, and a portion of shiplap wood siding has been uncovered from beneath the sheet rock and painted white, to elegantly extend the mantel of the fireplace.
Warm exposed brick and ductwork and original wood ceilings are softened by a soothing green color palette in this loft space. Orange accents add just enough vibrancy. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
A white mantel pops off of a bright blue accent wall in this airy, contemporary living room. Original wood flooring and exposed beams add a touch of natural charm. A cozy sectional provides ample seating and surrounds an eye-catching, trunk coffee table.
The new porch columns were constructed to emulate the original columns, but are proportionately larger in order to accommodate the higher porch roof height. An original wood ornament was saved during demolition, used as a template for the new wood trim and resized to fit the new proportions of the brick columns.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed this once cramped and dated basement into a modern, multi-purpose family room. Rustic, functional decor in sleek blue and gray hues perfectly complements the home's original, wood-burning stone fireplace. For easy entertaining, Sarah added extra storage, plenty of seating and mounted a large flat-screen TV above the mantel.