Season 6, Episode 4

Maine Goes Mega

Anitra and Company work their Mega Dens magic on an 1880s farmhouse in coastal Maine that's being given away to a lucky viewer as Blog Cabin 2102. They team up with Chris Grundy to trick out the top floor, turning newly-finished attic space into a media center with a custom-built book-and-nap nook, an entertainment center with a decidedly barn vibe, and a game table that uses the home's original wooden gutters as a poker chip tray. An old bedroom becomes a home office with a from-scratch desk built out of old barn siding, magazine racks made from shipping pallets, and a desk chair created from an antique tractor seat found on-site. Anitra blends her own Mega Dens style with viewers' choices for everything from wall paint to a loft ladder to a one-of-a-kind doghouse that will make one DIY viewer the top dog when their next vacation rolls around.
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The Ultimate Outdoor Escape

Inspired by the breathtaking views, an outdoor space wraps the side of the house, providing shade from the intense midday sun. A pergola roof, vertical garden and grill station create the ultimate outdoor escape.

Photo By: Eric Perry

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