Licensed contractor Chip Wade reveals the newly transformed attic space to the Perez family. With every family member being active and involved in sports, the family felt like they were missing out on spending time together. To fix this problem, Chip Wade turned the unfinished attic space into a home gym that fits every family member's needs. The gym includes recessed treadmills, a punching bag, rock climbing wall, oversized fan, juice bar and a moveable platform, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
In this remodeled basement, heavy, gold drapes hang on garden-level windows, while a large L-shaped sectional is positioned in front of a padded ottoman and leather armchair. Track lighting, a table lamp, and a lampshade chandelier provide beautiful lighting for the basement space.
An exterior view of the renovated bathroom reveals a floor to ceiling window that lets natural light fill the room but also provides complete privacy as the bathroom faces a walled-in section of the yard.
Traditional and contemporary styles blend seamlessly in this remodeled kitchen. Classic white cabinets pair with an edgy mosaic tile backsplash, and a traditional island is lined with contemporary barstools.
Space planning played a big role in the success of the remodeled attic. To put an eight-foot-wide area of dead space to good use, it was transformed into a felt activity wall. In order to make this, batting was cut to size, then attached with spray adhesive before being covered by white felt secured to the wall with hot glue. Colored felt was then cut to size with scissors to create an assortment of objects, characters and landscapes.
Joanna Gaines was inspired by the arched door on this small, 1927 brick home. Restoring that single original feature – which had been concealed by an add-on porch – helped inform her design plan for the entire home.
The updated master Suite of the Magnusen home in Los Angeles, as seen on season 1 of HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother. An efficient furniture layout transforms the master bedroom and creates space for a brand-new sitting area.
The Kitchen Cousins were able to transform this space after taking out the old cramped broken stove that had a vent to the outside but did not work, this new cooking area will be a huge improvement in functionality, safety, and aesthetics of this kitchen. The new design not only looks great, but the green Moroccan back splash, adds a lot of color and life.
"When you're working with smaller spaces like this office," says Joanna, "I think it's really important that you incorporate pieces that tell a story and give the space interest. I think it's important that, the smaller the space, the more character that you implement so that it really feels special."
The new and spacious addition addresses the homeowners’ need for a larger porch stair landing and an expanded living room. The renovation of both spaces pays homage to the original historical design of the period.