See how each team found creative ways to decorate for very small spaces in the latest episode of “American Dream Builders.”
Each team was tasked with renovating nearly 100-year-old cabins, both of which were showing their years.
This week, the designers made Spanish-style homes feel modern without losing any of their original charm.
The two teams tackled small, dark living spaces and unused yard space, and came up with mid-century modern designs that can be useful in any home.
On the first episode of NBC’s new home renovation reality show, American Dream Builders, the designers faced their first project, which were Tudor-style homes in desperate need of smarter space and rooms with more light. Here’s a look at how two designers tackled problem areas on the show and how you can incorporate the designs in your home.
Constructing a lighthouse was always a dream for this homeowner.
Set designers worked with an architect to create this dramatic Connecticut home.
Some get chocolates or flowers on Valentine’s Day. Lauren Conrad got an oceanside home.
Williams no longer wants to hang his ubiquitous hat at this fancy Miami home.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s new hangout is in Palm Springs.
Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, among others, stayed at the home.
Harriet Beecher Stowe rented this home to complete “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” in the 1850s.
Does a Florida home purchase mean retirement for the Speaker?
Oprah dropped $490,000 on a home in Wisconsin for her half-sister Patricia Lofton.
Bieber checked out a whopping 1-acre estate in Atlanta’s Tuxedo Park.