As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's House Crashers, licensed contractor Josh Temple takes a quick break from assembling a game table in front of Jason Melius' and Tiffany Price's Burbank, California, home. Temple and his team transformed the under-utilized sunroom off of the back of the home into a beautiful space for entertaining with custom pebble flooring, slat wall treatments, and a custom bar and lounge area.
This mudroom features lots of storage, coat hooks for the family's children and lots of storage. Shelving and handrails are made of reclaimed lumber and the ceramic tile floor is ready for muddy Oregon boots.
To connect the bedroom to the walk-in closet, Encircle Deisgn and Build's Klaas deJonge designed a keyhole doorway with a built-in bench. A custom platform bed and headboard are built from reclaimed lumber, while the room has cork flooring.
Licensed contractor Josh Temple and his team remodeled this kitchen to include new appliances, custom cabinetry and a painted tin ceiling. Bright yellow and white stripes and a gingham curtains add to the soda fountain vibe.
Licensed contractor Josh Temple and his team transformed an under-used sunroom off of the back of this home into a beautiful space for entertaining with custom pebble flooring, slat wall treatments and a custom bar and lounge area. Tropical touches like the natural fiber dining chairs, pale wood fixtures and butcher block drink rail create a resort feel.
Licensed contractor Josh Temple and his team transformed the kitchen in this 1905 home, adding a new stove with hood, dishwasher, custom cabinets and a tin tile ceiling. Bright yellow and white stripes, plus a Carrara marble countertop, added to the soda fountain vibe of the space, and meshed well with the couples' love of all things candy-related.
An unused workshop in this home's backyard was renovated to include a desk area with wall-to-wall storage, a custom metal staircase leading to a guest loft, a custom kiln, a bar cart and new concrete floors.
This home's kitchen renovations include the tearing down of two walls, a custom kitchen island, metal cabinets, stainless appliances and a glass beam table with reclaimed black walnut benches, as seen on HGTV's House Crashers.
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