Season 6, Episode 12

Taking the Heat to the Street

Things heat up when Rob and the ninjas turn the boring, outdated garage into a modern and colorful space complete with solar panels and a solar water heater to power the entire house. A fire breaks out nearby, and the ninjas are there to help save the day. When the smoke clears, the guys celebrate with a neighborhood barbecue.
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After Exterior Covered Deck

Before the renovation, the sun would beat down on this patio. The second floor patio now features an awning and new tile floor, so you can enjoy it anytime of the day.

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Luxurious Master Bedroom From Season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project

As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, this dreamy master bedroom features motorized privacy drapes, subdued lighting, a copper ceiling and natural hard wood flooring. Other luxurious features include a jellyfish aquarium, LED ceiling lights and a private sunroom overlooking the pool.

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Relaxing Poolside Lounge From The Vanilla Ice Project

As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, a luxurious poolside lounge complements the temperature controlled sun room and wet edge swimming pool.

Photo By: Tom DiPace

Vanilla Ice In Front Of Renovated Palm Beach Mansion

Vanilla Ice poses in front of the new exterior of this Palm Beach mansion. Before they started the renovation this area was overgrown and the driveway only led to the garage. The front door was formerly 8 feet high instead of 12 feet height it is now.

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Tropical Backyard Oasis From The Vanilla Ice Project

As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Rob and his ninjas create a backyard oasis in Palm Beach, Florida that includes a 500 square foot pirate ship water park and splash pad, outdoor kitchen and lush tropical landscaping.

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Vanilla Ice And Crew

Vanilla Ice and his crew of The Vanilla Ice Project strike a pose in front of their latest project. Sledgehammers and power tools in hand they are ready to tackle anything that comes their way.

After Photo Poker Room

The Vanilla Ice Project Team took this room which had built in shelves and no open walls and added custom wine racks, a new ceiling, and card table making this room is ready for entertainment.

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Luxurious Home Theater From The Vanilla Ice Project

As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Vanilla Ice and his ninjas transform a cramped 80's kitchen/living area into a multi-million dollar masterpiece featuring a home theater, onyx countertops, custom cabinets and a glowing jellyfish tank. The theater room after the renovation features floor to ceiling drapes, 3-D tin ceiling tiles that add depth and a creative design element, and recessed lighting that provides a warm and inviting color palate.

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Custom Kitchen From The Vanilla Ice Project

As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, the outdated kitchen has been newly renovated with a cast iron stove, custom copper hood vent and a pot filler faucet set against a natural stone. The custom built cabinets feature upper and under lighting and crystal bling hardware.

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Chic Guest Bathroom From The Vanilla Ice Project

As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, this second floor bathroom, dubbed the "disaster bathroom," got a chic makeover with marble tile, metallic wallpaper and sparkly new fixtures.

Photo By: Tom DiPace

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