As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Cory and Lori Wallman found the perfect blend of Mid-Century modern and beach in this two-bedroom home above the Laurel Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.
An open floor plan between the kitchen and dining area brought more light into the home, and added flexibility for entertaining.
Drew Scott poses in front of the Gereboff home in Los Angeles, CA as seen on season 1 of HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother. His team came closest to the actual value of the home, winning them the decision to renovate this home, or to pass it along to the other team.
Hosts Jonathan and Drew Scott in front of the home of Jen and Matt McAfee in Valencia, CA as seen on season one of HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother. For the final challenge of the season, the remaining members of Team Drew lost Monica Reese who joined Team Jonathan. The two teams will have three days to renovate two identical homes in Valencia, Calif. One of the winning team members will be crowned champion of Brother Vs. Brother and win $50,000.
This rocky, hillside back yard was transformed by licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and his crew. Upgrades included tiered landscaping, a covered dining area and an intimate sitting area next to a washtub firepit.
After the backyard makeover at DIY Networkâ€™s Yard Crashers, homeowners Brooke and Zach Taylor of Auburn, CA now have a lush and vibrant backyard for their entire family to enjoy- a stark contrast from the rocky hillside that took up much of their yard before! The transformation by licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and his crew includes a metal and wood pergola, hillside creek water feature, privacy screen with wood and metal, a Big Green Egg smoker and custom cart, and a firepit with seating. The fire pit sits on a raised platform with a rock wall boder. Two washtubs filled with rock form the fire pit itself which sets on a bed of decomposed granite. The pit is surrounded by custom metal privacy screens. (after)(detail)