As seen on Beach Flip, before renovations, the southern exterior view of the Comfort Breeze and Southwind condos were wind-worn and drab.
As seen on Beach Flip, before renovations, the northern exterior view of the Gulf Dreams and Coastal Calm duplex had outdated green paint and tired furniture and landscaping.
As seen on Beach Flip, before renovations, the front guest bedroom on the first floor of the Comfort Breeze condo featured dated design and left the electrical panel box exposed.
Before renovations, this space featured a tired color scheme and dated furnishings.
Nicole Curtis, host of DIY's Rehab Addict on location in Akron, Ohio before renovating the Riley family home.
Coastal Calm and Gulf Dreams condos will be renovated on HGTV's Beach Flip. Here, the exterior is wind- and sand-worn with a drab hue that doesn't stand out against the landscape.
As seen on Beach Flip, before renovations, a view of the closets in the first floor guest bedroom at the Comfort Breeze condo.
Before, a bedroom looks sad with no headboard, wall decor or drapes. It’s poised for a makeover.
As seen on Beach Flip, before renovations, white panels cover the tub access into the guest bathroom on the second floor of the Comfort Breeze condo.
Before the makeover, this little boy’s room didn’t show his love for fishing or space at all. As part of a Dwell with Dignity makeover, designer Egypt Sherrod redecorated the space to make it more personal.
Before the renovation, this home featured salmon-colored walls, a closed-off kitchen and dated flooring and fixtures.
Southwind condo will be renovated on Beach Flip by teammates Lucy and Daphney. Before the renovation, the living room had dated decor, a too-bold wall color and tired flooring.
Before, a child’s bedroom has a traditional headboard and bits of color, but has very little decor and lacks a design theme or palette.
Before, a bedroom with a window on only one side of the bed presented a design dilemma.
Before the renovation, the flooring and fixtures needed a design intervention.
Before the renovation, this beachfront master bedroom had too-bright walls and dated furniture.