How about this kitchen transformation?!
I love the bright, open, airy feel of this kitchen.
I hope a big family can enjoy this space!
What viewers won’t see at home: the time consuming process of screwing in each individual panel to this light!
Sadly, we turned this fireplace into an electric one because there was no where to hide wires if future families were to put up a TV.
Tamara and I built a big box around the fireplace, which blended in with the house and looked pretty darn cool!
I’m glad we were able to restore the original pocket doors!
We took this pocket door out of the wall and turned it into a sliding door because it has so much rustic character that makes it a great eye catching piece in this home!
Remember the fireplace originally against this wall that fell apart and nearly crushed Tamara and I?
One of the big selling points on this house was the exposed brick in the entryway and leading all the way up the stairs. So distinctive and adds a unique touch to the home!
Although it might not seem like much, adding three feet to this bedroom made it feel a lot bigger.
To allow for the master bedroom to not feel crammed, we created a large walk in master closet. It should accommodate the space and make the master feel larger.
I’m glad we were able to preserve the claw-foot tub that was originally in the bathroom downstairs.
Luckily, this home was big enough where we were able to take out a whole bedroom in order to create this bathroom.
I love this built in feature. It allows for maximum space when guests are not staying at your house.
Laundry room that was moved upstairs to maximize space downstairs.
Moving the toilet over allowed for this space not seem so crowded.
Hope everyone enjoyed our renovation of Warwick! This house had great potential and we loved the way it turned out. Tune in to Bargain Mansions every Wednesday at 9 CT 10 Eastern and Pacific on the DIY Network!