Holy Guacamole, you guys!!! This is the final blog post for the final episode of Season One of HGTV’s Hidden Potential. The last of fourteen houses we featured on TV and then again, in more detail, here on the blog. Fourteen! I mean, that is a lot of houses, right?! And I won’t even get
Um, can we talk about this kitchen from the final episode of Season One Hidden Potential, please? (First, though, if you need to catch up, you can watch the full episode on iTunes HERE or on Amazon HERE. Also, you should read the Ep. 14 Overview post that details the exterior of the home and
So. This kitchen post is going to be even more fun than usual, because I’m adding the details of the adjacent playroom into the mix, as well. Do you remember this kitchen (and the little playroom peeking out from behind the dutch door)? The rest of the rooms in this house are detailed in the
Hey Everyone! I’d like you to meet Scott and Iliana and their builder-grade, cookie cutter on a cul-de-sac spec home. Here’s the overview: The Home Owners: Scott and Iliana The Budget: $90,000 The DL: This home is in a neighborhood that the owners love, but it does not function properly for their family of four,
Hi all! This is a kitchen-specific post for Episode 11 of my HGTV series Hidden Potential. You can read the full overview post here, or watch the full episode on iTunes HERE and on Amazon HERE. If you’re here for a quick dish on the delicious details of this light, bright kitchen, then let’s dig
Do you guys remember Wendy and Annette and their cookie-cutter 1948 bungalow? Here’s the breakdown: The Home Owners: Wendy & Annette The Budget: $65,000 The DL: The home that once worked for these two on-the-go flight attendants no longer accommodates the needs of their now family of three. The Plan: Create custom storage solutions in
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