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KRISTA KELLY

MIRROR GEEK – HIDDEN TELEVISION

What is an interior designer’s worst nightmare?! Dealing with big, black TVs that have no place in an elegant room meant to show off luxury and style. The Mirror TV solution solves this designer problem by allowing you to add that feng shui back into your home. It harmonizes the decor and removes that intense disruption.

HE SHED, SHE SHED

INTO SPACE!

Luke and Sarah are taking sheds where no shed has gone before: space! Astronomer Kaitlin wants to turn her Boston SHE SHED into a stargazing homage to her husband’s romantic proposal. A 50″ Torino Vintage frame completes the stargazing wall with built-in LED constellation lighting.

TINY HOUSE NATION

GOTHIC CASTLE HOUSE

This tiny home was designed for a family of three (plus their three dogs and three cats) who were downsizing from a 2,150 sq ft home. The hosts of Tiny House Nation teamed up with Triple B Construction and Hidden Television to create a space-efficient, one-of-a-kind space that featured a classic Gothic look.

BUILT: MOROCCAN LOUNGE

AMBROSIA GOLD FRAME

Gail Greenberg and her hard-working hubby want to add an ultimate relaxation room to a mansion in Long Island. Her husband, a successful plastic surgeon, wants their basement converted into another office–but Gail has other plans! She turns to Kim to design a Moroccan spa where they can relax, instead of work. The Hott and Handy boys must complete construction behind her husband’s back, which is no easy task–especially when he swings by for an impromptu visit.

ICE YOUR HOUSE

THE VANILLA ICE PROJECT

Vanilla Ice is back, and this time he’s renovating your home with a Mirror TV! In the inaugural Ice My House contest, thousands of viewers submitted video entries, but only one lucky couple from Dallas received the ultimate grand prize-a $30,000 personal room renovation by Vanilla Ice and DIY Network. In this one-hour special Vanilla Ice and his team renovate and transform the winner’s neglected guest house in need of structural renovations, new gas lines and electrical wiring, into a livable and entertaining space.

MOM CAVES

It’s high time moms have a space of their own, and don’t even think about the kitchen! Mom Caves incorporates cutting-edge design with fun and glamour. Scott wants to give his wife a 30th birthday surprise she’ll never forget. She runs a day care out of her home, so on top of taking care of her own baby; she looks after close to a dozen children during the day as well. With home and work combined, Stephanie doesn’t really have a place where she can exhale. Using traditional elements such as layered rugs, hanging lanterns, bright, bold colors and a biofuel tiled fireplace. Beth and Jared transform an old tired sun room into a serene and exotic Moroccan Lounge.

MAN CAVES

Charles Kelley, lead vocalist of Lady Antebellum, tours with his bandmates for many months of the year with few breaks. Life on the road gets stressful, so it’s no surprise that Charles was counting the days until his return to his newly-renovated Nashville home for some much-needed down time. Little did Charles know that his wife, Cassie, was planning to surprise him with a new man cave pool house courtesy of DIY Network’s Man Caves. They designed the ultimate relaxation space for Charles, complete with a pool table, full bar with mirror TV, and plenty of wall space to showcase Charles’ collection of rare guitars.

ELBOW ROOM

How do you wake up with out bothering your snoozing spouse? Designer/ contractor Chip Wade solves this classic couples dilemma for homeowners Leanna Adams and George Leach. Their different sleep schedules and their cramped master suite makes it impossible for them to get ready for work with out waking each other up. Chip reorganizes this 50’s ranch style home by creating new master suite from an unused family room. The new master suite has a separate sleeping room and custom his and her bathroom vanities.

NYC APARTMENT MAKEOVER

The Hott and Handy crew redesign a model’s eclectic New York apartment. The show follows high-fashion male models whose talents go far beyond the runway-they’re also skilled handymen! On each episode, the five-man crew from Manhattan’s “Hott and Handy” service tackles a home-makeover project while interior designer Kim Gieske lends her insight and expertise. With their different personalities and skill sets, the Built guys sometimes struggle to find common ground, but their dizzying good looks always ensure a handsome ending.

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