A creative yet budget-friendly bedroom for a Houston-area bachelor.
This bold entry is anything but boring.
Sometimes the purpose of a renovation is to bring a room back to its former glory.
Sometimes the biggest challenge of putting together a space isn’t trying to find all new coordinating pieces, but working with what is already there.
Designer Megan Dunkmann created a bright, fun loft with unexpected elements — but was still practical for everyday living.
The designer enhanced the builder-grade features to create one-of-a-kind interiors that combine the styles of both husband and wife.
A water feature — big or small — can mask noises, attract wildlife and help transform even the smallest urban space into an oasis.
A dark and cluttered office goes bright and organized.
This bedroom is a “fun, fresh, energized and kid-friendly space” — and also one that will work for years to come.
Today’s fire pits are more stylish than ever. The new fire pits — including gas-powered versions — add serious drama when it’s time for s’mores.
The two remaining “American Dream Builders” contestants were each given a beachfront home that suffered from significant wear and tear. See some tips for replicating their designs.
The four remaining contestants renovated a classic Victorian home.
Minimal married industrial in this episode of “American Dream Builders.”
This week the designers tackled just one house: an outdated colonial.
The designers injected some modernity into two Craftsman homes this week on “American Dream Builders.”