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Hi there!  I’m Jasmine Roth, creator of this Blog, founder of Built Custom Homes, curator of my online retail store The Shop by Jasmine Roth and host of HGTV’s hit show Hidden Potential.  I was also on HGTV’s Rock the Block, but I won’t spoil the winner for you 😉  Building custom homes in Huntington Beach, CA is my bread and butter.  I love all aspects of the home building process and finding ways to make homes as personal, functional and beautiful as possible.  Join me as we explore my projects, DIY’s, behind-the-scenes peeks, and tips on how you can design beautiful, functional spaces in your own home. Let’s build something together!

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Season 2, Episode 1 – Welcome Home: Shop the Look

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For the Season 2 premier of my HGTV show Hidden Potential, I used all my favorite, tried and true items from my online shop to make sure the house felt extra special. Ladders, standing planters, and baskets, galore! Check out the items below and cruise by my online shop for even more inspiration on how to get that ‘Welcome Home’ look from Season 2, Episode 1.

  1. I HOPE YOU BROUGHT WINE DOORMAT, $40.00 USD
    Seriously, though. Did you?
  2. PETER BASKETS, $210.00 USD
    If I were a little smaller, I think I could live inside one of these baskets.
  3. DIPPED LADDER, $127.50 USD
    You had me at “dipped,” but the fact that it’s a ladder really just puts this piece totally over the top.
  4. COBBLE BASKETS, set of 3, $139.00 USD
    Okay, we can use the small one for bread, and the large one for a plant. What should we put in the medium sized one?
  5. BALBOA BREAD BOX, $70.00 USD
    Because no one likes stale bread. Except maybe ducks, and I’ll be even they would prefer some fresh bread every once in a while.
  6. 5 HARBOR TAPESTRY, $88.00 USD
    Basically my dream color palate all woven up into an adorable little tapestry.
  7. PAPAYA PLANTER, set of 2, $144.00 USD
    I suppose you could store some papayas in here, but I’m thinking more along the lines of a plant. Or a tree. So, still vegetation, generally speaking.

 

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