Michael and Jaimie Matzko want to update their outdated kitchen. They hope to incorporate their love for eating, cooking, hiking and the outdoors into their new kitchen. DIY Network voters chose new cabinets, floors, countertops and paint for the Matzkos and the couple is at the mercy of the voters. Their dated, lack luster kitchen is truly transformed into a beautiful, trendy, and functional kitchen with the help of licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds.
Rob and Beth Avery love their screened-in porch, but are sad that they can only use it a few months out of the year. They have always wanted a sunroom that they can use year-round and their wish is about to be granted by licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds. After helping install new windows, doors, floors and a ceiling all chosen by the DIY Network voters, the Avery's cold porch is transformed into a welcoming, heated sunroom-perfect for entertaining friends and family.
Rogan and Stacy Oliver have lived with their outdated master bathroom for 17 years, sharing only a single drawer for storage. From the carpet-covered tub to the mice beneath the floorboards, the Olivers are in desperate need of help. Lucky for them, DIY Network voters chose some details for their new bathroom and they are about to see the results. Licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds arrive to give them the new bathroom they've been dreaming of.
Rob and Sally Taylor can't stand their family room. Trashed by their two kids and three dogs, there's a lot to be done to transform this space. The Taylors would like more storage and a place to relax. They hand over all design control to the DIY Network voters to choose everything including new floors, paint, doors, a mantel and more. With the help of licensed contractor John DeSilvia and contractor Joanie Dodds, it all comes together. The Taylors love their new room and are thrilled they gave up design control.
Charles and Annazette Houston want to turn a room in their unfinished basement into a library to showcase Annazette's collection of books that are currently hidden away in over 30 boxes. DIY Network voters chose the floor, ceiling, bookcases and fireplaces online. Licensed contractor John Desilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds will help install the winning elements and the Houstons have to live with it.
Sam and Nisserine Whisman are living with an outdated, ugly kitchen. Even though Sam is a professional cabinet maker, his own cabinets need some work. DIY Network voters have picked new wall colors, a backsplash, flooring and cabinets to spruce up the Whisman's kitchen. It's up to licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds to move in and create a beautiful, functional kitchen for the Whismans.
Lloyd and Lindsay Russell recently moved into a new house where the previous owners had converted the garage into a living room. The room, however, still feels like a garage and is a very unwelcoming entrance. Licensed contractor John DeSilivia, carpenter Joanie Dodds and the DIY Network voters are going to really define this back entrance and transform it to a welcoming space for visitors and the Russells alike.
Dwayne and Valerie Lamb can't agree on anything, except that their dining room needs some serious help. They are looking for a place to display Valerie's vintage dish collection. However, when it comes to decorating and designing, they can't come to any consensus. Licensed contractor John DeSilvia, carpenter Joanie Dodds and the DIY Network voters arrive to help the Lambs come up with the perfect dining room complete with new floors, lighting and a display cabinet for Valerie's collection.
Brad and Angela Jacobus have a bonus room that they can both use and enjoy. Angela would like to see the room turned into an area for arts and crafts while Brad wants it to become an entertainment room. Even though they can't come to a consensus, the DIY voters can-choosing bar cabinets, storage layout, flooring, and paint. The Jacobus' bonus room goes from an under-utilized storage area to a full wet bar and entertainment center complete with a place for Angela's scrapbooking.
Preston and Carla Poore's master bath looks nice from a distance, but when you get up close, you find it's a different story. The cabinets are peeling, the doors don't match, the shower doesn't drain and the doorway is a trip hazard. DIY Network voters have voted on all new design for the Poore's bathroom. Licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds help incorporate everything from new shower tile and new hardwood to an enormous bathtub and new paint. This bathroom undergoes a major transformation that results in a beautiful bathroom from up close as well as at a distance.
Diego and Rossy del Castillo's kitchen has lots of space, but hasn't been updated in a long time. This outdated kitchen is about to be transformed by the DIY Network voters who chose everything for the couple's new design. From the floors and cabinets to countertops, backsplash and island or peninsula, licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds help with the transformation. As the winning details are revealed, Rossy and Diego love the kitchen when they see the pieces come together.
Bryan and Karrie Wells' house is cute, but they need more space. They want to turn their unfinished attic into a bedroom and they've asked the Run My Renovation team for help. With the help of the DIY Network voters, licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds will turn an unfinished skeleton of a room into a beautiful bedroom for the Wells. The voters chose the ceiling, banister, skylight shade and paint for the new bedroom. Even though the Wells have no say in the details, they love what the voters choose for their new bedroom.
Justin and Jenine Raby's basement is trapped in the 1970s with old carpet, unsightly posts and ripped curtains. Tired of being embarrassed by their basement, the Rabys have come to the Run My Renovation team for help. With the help of DIY Network voters, licensed contractor John DeSilvia and carpenter Joanie Dodds turn this old, ugly basement into a perfect place for entertaining complete with a bar and pool table. The voters chose the flooring, ceiling, paint, and even the pool table leaving the couple with a basement they proudly enjoy and entertain in.