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Vanilla Ice and the ninjas bring the bling and the excitement to Florida's Treasure Coast in their latest build.

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Vanilla Ice and his entourage work hard and play hard on location as they renovate a Palm Beach mansion for high-dollar resale.

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Your master of ceremonies, Vanilla Ice, exhibits his trademark restraint as prep work gets under way on his latest mansion makeover.

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The renovation project at hand is a major facelift on a 7,000-square-foot mansion in order to prepare it for a lucrative resale.

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The Palm Beach home's poolhouse, before repair and renovation gets under way, shows the general state of disrepair.

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The bare kitchen is indicative of the home's overall condition prior to renovation. The home's former owners had stripped out many of the built-in features prior to moving out.

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The beginning renovation stages for the "hidden room" that will be a distinctive feature on the upstairs level

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Vanilla Ice and crew member Wes confer during the garage remodel phase of the renovation.

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Vanilla Ice and crew member Wes during the garage remodel

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Vanilla Ice gets hands-on as upstairs repainting gets under way.

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Some electrical rewiring for an exterior light fixture

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Renovation crew leader Vanilla Ice tries his hand with some serious power tools.

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Would any home improvement endeavor be complete without a new tattoo to mark the occasion?

Lantana Mansion Makeover

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Catch up on all the over-the-top features this season such as a pirate's cove, jellyfish tank and glow-in-the-dark pool. 

Paradise on Ice

This Mediterranean-style mansion in Lantana, FL is now the crown jewel of Rob VanWinkle's (a.k.a Vanilla Ice) extensive portfolio. The beachfront home includes a pirate ship splash pad, enormous infinity edge pool, private solarium off the master suite and views of the Palm Beach Intracoastal Waterway from every room of the house. Take a look inside! 

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Welcome Home

This once uninviting front door is now a gorgeous entryway fit for a Palm Beach estate. The crew replaced the panels of the 10-foot solid cypress doors with tempered glass and framed the entryway with cultured stone bricks. A rich cherry stain highlights the wood grain to complete the rustic, Mediterranean look. 

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Let the Sunshine In

The front door's tempered glass panels not only create an inviting feel from the outside, but also turn this once dark and drab foyer into a gorgeous, sunlit focal point. 

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Wide Open Space

Ice is all smiles as he shows off his ink in the home's palatial great room that features hand-strung crystal chandeliers, copper ceiling tiles and a 25-foot cast stone fireplace.

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The Lap of Luxury

Metallic tinged floor-to-ceiling drapes and Turkish Emperador marble tile transform this once drafty, nineties nightmare into a luxurious space worthy of royalty. As Rob says, "Anything less than the best is a felony."

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Functional, Decorative and Inviting

The great room is not only grand, but welcoming and cozy as well. Modern black furniture casually offsets the opulent fireplace and drapery for a living space that is beautiful yet also functional. 

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Fire and Ice

The 25-foot tall, cast stone fireplace was custom built to add character and style to the large great room. With an intricate design hand selected by Rob, this gorgeous focal point is truly one of a kind.

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Jellyfish Aquarium

To attract potential millionaire buyers, Rob installed a 300-gallon aquarium filled with live jellyfish. The tank, which also serves as a window between the kitchen and the great room, features colored LED lights that give the transluscent creatures a cool glow.

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Gone Fishing

Fun fact: The first jellyfish to swim in the tank was hand caught by Rob at a local aquarium store. 

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Dinner in Tuscany

A handpainted mural of the Italian countryside lines this elegant dining room to create the ultimate Mediterranean-style dining experience. The plaster columns were painted to resemble expensive marble and accentuate the inset wine rack and unique glass chandelier. 

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Wine Rack DIY

Rob and his right hand man, Wes Kain, built this rustic wine rack out of a single piece of wood using a belt sander, metal chain and antiquing stain to create a vintage look. Color-changing LED lights glimmer off the wine bottles for a cool effect. 

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Light It Up

What's a luxurious dining room without a gorgeous chandelier? Rob hand picked this glass piece from a local lighting store and faux painted the medallion with two tones of metallic paint to match the copper ceiling tiles. 

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Open-Roof Elevator

Located right off the dining room, this open-roof elevator allows users to see their ascent or descent from above as they reach any of the home's three floors. 

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The Heart of the Home

This gorgeous kitchen has all the modern amenities: a multi-oven cast iron stove, custom copper vent hood, signature cabinets, onyx countertops and a huge walk-in pantry. 

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Best of the Best

Rob dubbed this hand-welded, custom copper vent hood "The Rolls-Royce of Copper Hoods." The hood's delicate grapevine detailing is a beautiful complement to the cultured stone backsplash and onyx countertops.

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Cooking for a Crew

The kitchen's cast iron stove features two hot plates, a warming pad and 5 separate ovens that simultaneously cook using radiant heat technology. Thanksgiving dinner? No problem.

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Unconventional Convection

Does this cooktop look like its missing something? Instead of conventional burners, this range features two hot plates and a warming pad powered by radiant heat technology. Water boils almost instantaneously on the boiling plate while the simmering plate can be used as a griddle for eggs, pancakes, etc. A pot filler, any cook's dream, sits close by for added convenience. 

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Kitchen Bling

To complement the custom "Signature Vanilla" cabinets, Rob chose these blinged-out kitchen pulls embedded with real crystals. 

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Home Movies

The family room, located a few convenient steps from the kitchen, doubles as a luxurious home theater. For casual dining or extra seating, a four-person bar extends out from the kitchen counter with full views of the big screen.

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Private Screening

Textured burgundy damask wallpaper and rich red cinema drapes give this family room a classic movie theater feel. Under the handcrafted cornices, the curtains run on an electronic track for privacy at the touch of a button.

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Custom Entertainment

Sit back, relax and don't disturb the neighbors. This custom-built entertainment center is lined with acoustic fabric to absorb the echo and reverb produced by the 75" HD 4K television. For added luxury, the exterior was faux painted to resemble real wood and complement the room's zebra print rug and copper ceiling tiles.

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Under the Sea

This appropriately dubbed "Aquarium Room" is decked out with zebra print carpet, an illuminated tray ceiling, plush aqua bedding and a hand painted ocean mural. 

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Upstairs Amenities

In addition to its beautiful decor, this bedroom also features exclusive access to the home's elevator and a private balcony with breathtaking views of the Palm Beach Intracoastal Waterway.

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Leather Tile Headboard Wall

Rob added texture and character to a plain white headboard wall by installing luxurious floor-to-ceiling cushioned leather tiles.

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Versatile Square Footage

Rob increased the home's value by transforming the awkward upstairs loft space into a multi-purpose extra bedroom complete with tin ceiling tiles, stylish metallic wallpaper and a custom-built Murphy Bed for guests. 

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World of Possibilities

Featuring a world map wall mural, this upstairs bedroom could be used as a kid's room, study or library, but Ice chose to turn it into a game room complete with a ping pong table. Game on!

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Disaster Bathroom No More

This once wrecked upstairs bath got a chic makeover with shiny metallic wallpaper, a vessel sink, elegant mirror jewelry and stylish new fixtures.

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Turkish Bath

Attached to a third floor bedroom, this bath features chic Turkish marble tile and offers stunning views of the Intracoastal Waterway. 

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Master of the House

This master bedroom is the ultimate in comfort and relaxation with a rich purple color palette and electronic blackout drapes. A copper tray ceiling leads the eye toward the room's focal point: a temperature controlled solarium with an unlimited view of the pool and beach.

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Jellyfish Galore

Ice continues the home's fun aquatic theme in the master bedroom with this mini glow-in-the-dark jellyfish tank. 

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No Sweat Sunroom

The exterior wall of the master bedroom was knocked out to build this custom, all glass solarium lounge. The room's UV-resistant panels allow full access to the Florida sunshine while maintaining a consistent, comfortable indoor temperature year round. 

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Celebrity Design

HGTV Design Star, David Bromstad helped turn this old office space and hallway into a lavish master bathroom retreat complete with a raised bamboo deck, recessed tub, freestanding faucet and soft LED lighting. 

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Showered in Luxury

A nineties-chic glass block shower was torn out and replaced with Turkish marble tile, tempered glass doors and 12 adjustable shower heads. The old vanity was also updated with custom cabinets, a natural onyx countertop and swanky mirror jewelry.

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Everyday is a Spa Day

What would a multi-million dollar bathroom be without a personal spa? This soothing cedar-lined sauna was hand crafted to sweat away the toxins in the privacy and comfort of home. 

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Chilling Poolside

Vanilla Ice hangs out by the home's incredible infinity edge pool with a backdrop of the gorgeous Palm Beach Intracoastal Waterway.

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That View!

Flanked by a herringbone travertine deck, this pool features a swim up bar and a sunken hot tub that fills up and heats in less than 2 minutes. 

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Summer Glow

The pool is lined with glow-in-the-dark glass tiles that shimmer underwater when the sun goes down. 

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Toes In the Water

In addition to the infinity edge that overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway, the pool also features a wet edge perimeter that seamlessly blends the travertine deck with the water. Don't want to swim? You can still dip your toes in simply by walking to the edge. 

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Poolside Lounge

Just steps from the pool and solarium, this cozy outdoor lounge features stylish live-edge wood furniture and a unique LED lit artificial cherry tree.

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Unique Outdoor Lighting

Opting for non-traditional outdoor lighting, Rob installed this unique Bright Baum cherry tree to illuminate the poolside lounge.

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Bright Blooms

The tree is made from water-resistant resin and features more than 700 bright white blooms that appear blue or purple at dusk.

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Beachfront Dining

With a stunning view of the beach, this poolside dining area is perfect for entertaining or relaxing. A blue shade canopy protects the handcrafted wood furniture and and gives guests a cool retreat from the South Florida heat.

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Outdoor Kitchen

The outdoor kitchen is fully stocked with a propane rotisserie barbecue, ceramic kamado grill and built-in refrigerated drawers. Keeping with the home's Mediterranean style, a cultured stone backsplash and granite countertops lend aesthetic warmth to the stainless steel appliances. 

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Grill and Chill

Ice cuts no corners when it comes to kitchen appliances. The Delta Heat propane grill comes equipped with ceramic cooking briquettes and a rotisserie rack while adjacent refrigerated pull out drawers chill beverages to a precise 37°.

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State-of-the-Art Grilling

This ceramic kamado grill can be used as an oven, grill or smoker and reaches temps up to 800°.

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Bridge to Paradise

No grassy feet here! A wooden footbridge conveniently ties the home's outdoor kitchen to the splash pad and beach beyond. 

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Ahoy, Matey!

The Florida estate's most unique feature, a custom 500 square-foot pirate ship waterpark and splash pad, truly blows the competition out of the water.

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Captain of the Ship

With real features like a turnable ship wheel, this pirate ship provides kids (or kids at heart) with endless hours of imaginative fun in the sun.

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S.S. Vanilla Ice

The unbelievably realistic ship was constructed by a Texas company that specializes in building theme park structures. Artfully designed to look dilapidated, the ship will actually withstand years of water, weather and harsh sun. 

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Take No Prisoners

This splash pad definitely passes the kid test with authentic looking pirate ship details and programmable water canons that can be aimed by hand.

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Welcome to Pirate's Cove

This waterpark is a playground for all ages. 

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Shipwrecked

No detail went amiss to make this pirate ship look like it had truly washed in from the sea. Lush vegetation surrounds the ship and the splash pad to enhance its authentic marooned feel. 

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Good Eye, Captain!

Fun Fact: Ice freehanded the landscape layout for the splash pad with a large stick and a can of spray paint.

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Shiver Me Timber

The backyard's palm trees were removed and relocated to accommodate the waterpark and other amenities, like this relaxing hammock. 

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Yard Art

The beachfront backyard is dressed up with a handful of exotic sculptures, including this charming giraffe.

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Top Dock On the Block

The ultimate in waterfront curb appeal, the home's Intracoastal Waterway pier features cool-to-the-touch composite decking, a jet ski hoist, chic iron lamp posts and a flush mount hammock. And when night falls, the entire dock lights up with electric blue underwater lamps.

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Palm Beach Mansion Flip

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Rob spent more than he has on any prior renovation to turn a Palm Beach disaster into a deluxe oasis. Check out his extravagant updates.

Scruffy Backyard

BEFORE: Before the vegetation took over, this backyard was a beach that led down to the shore of a nearby lake. With no one to maintain it, the space quickly became an overgrown and unkempt mess.

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Piece of Paradise

AFTER: A luxurious pool and travertine deck replace the overgrown backyard. The pool area is actually three pools in one, complete with a swim-up bar on one side, a 25-person Jacuzzi on the other and infinity-edge pool in the center.

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Poolside View

AFTER: The pool is topped with fire pits and lined with glow-in-the-dark tiles that resemble fireflies in the water late at night. With the scraggly palm trees removed, there's a perfect view of the adjacent lake and water ski training course.

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Maroon Monster

BEFORE: Rob dubbed the 6,300-square-foot house the "maroon monster." His plan was to take this neighborhood blight and turn it into an elegant mansion fit for a millionaire.

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Tamed Landscape

AFTER: Crisp tan paint replaces the previous unsightly red of the exterior, and a new concrete path provides easier access to the front door. The old wooden door is replaced with an iron one that lets in more light while enhancing curb appeal.

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Blistering Patio

BEFORE: The second floor deck at the rear of the mansion was a nice addition, but the hot Florida sun could make it unbearable for use during the day. Prior to the renovation, the light fixtures on the deck were rusted and some of the tiles were cracked.

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Cool Shade

AFTER: An awning protects the patio from the sun so that it can be enjoyed throughout the day. New tile floor, updated light fixtures and a freshly painted railing complete this outdoor space.

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Not-So-Great Room

BEFORE: Just inside the front door, this great room didn't make much of a first impression. The generic entertainment center was dated and built to hold an old-school tube television. None of this fit into Rob's high-tech vision for the house.

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High-End Den

AFTER: The great room was brought up to par with a custom wall unit featuring gold columns and new flat screen TV. A new 25-foot fireplace creates a focal point for the room that draws the eye upward with floor-to-ceiling stonework.

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Tasteless Kitchen

BEFORE: The dated appliances and ordinary cabinets in this kitchen were too basic to pass Vanilla Ice specs. A segmented and confining layout would also have to be fixed.

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Sizzling Tuscan Style

AFTER: The renovated kitchen is a veritable work of art with a custom mural on the ceiling, warm marble floors, marble countertops and a sizable island at its center.

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Lackluster Living Room

BEFORE: The old living room, with its tall ceilings, bare walls and hard tile floors, felt cold and uninviting. The stair railing and wood banisters could also use some modern upgrades.

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Cozy Quarters

AFTER: Warm beige and copper hues and ample furnishings help bring this large room down to a comfortable size. The stair railing's black ironwork is now updated in a pale gold finish.

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Whack Wet Bar

BEFORE: The wet bar was old fashioned and out of place in the living room, and the dark wood looked obtrusive against the white walls.

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Lovely Sitting Area

AFTER: With the wet bar removed, there's space for a nice seating nook in front of the newly refaced stairs.

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Mediocre At Best

BEFORE: The balcony could be seen from the lower floor, but it wasn't terribly eye-pleasing. The brown wood banister with black ironwork, plain paneled recesses and beige carpet offered little visual appeal.

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Impressive Entry

AFTER: Faux tin tiles and oversized pendant lights add spectacle from the ceiling down. The hardwood that replaced the carpet works well alongside the golden hues of the newly painted railing.

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Home Office Flop

BEFORE: This may have been a home library or office, but the bookshelves were in disrepair and falling out of the wall. Rob had bigger and better plans for this space.

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Up the Ante

AFTER: A new five-star poker room with handmade grasscloth wallpaper, faux tin ceiling tiles, recessed lighting and distressed hardwood floors has the feel of an exclusive hotel.

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One-of-a-Kind Wine

AFTER: The back wall is transformed into a custom wine rack with authentic wine barrels from Napa Valley, a textured cork backdrop and mini-bar.

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No Frills or Thrills

BEFORE: This room with blank walls and unspectacular tile floor was a blank canvas waiting to be made over by Rob and his crew. The space would soon be given a more extravagant design and an ambiance more conducive to entertaining.

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Soft Sophistication

AFTER: Patterned wallpaper, a shimmering chandelier and new hardwood floors elevate this room from plain to posh. The existing strip of decorative molding was painted gold to add a finishing touch of glam.

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Bejeweled Lighting

AFTER: Dangling above the table, this distinctive chandelier adds a touch of flash to the luxury dining room.

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No Way Out

BEFORE: The layout of this house was strange in that there was very limited access to the backyard. This master suite, though large, felt a bit closed off and confining.

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Lavish Lifestyle

AFTER: The updated master is opened up with a doorway leading to the back deck. Hardwood floors replace wall-to-wall carpet and the walls get added detail in the form of alligator print wallpaper and plenty of added drapery.

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Fit For a King

AFTER: Metallic pendant lights suspended on either side of the king-sized bed help bring the bling in this opulent master suite.

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Super Surveillance

AFTER: Recessed within the bedroom wall is a state-of-the-art security monitor providing multiple views of the property.

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Claustrophobic Closets

BEFORE: The his and hers closets in the master bedroom were poorly laid out and didn't offer much usable storage space.

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Massive Glow

AFTER: The two separate closets are combined into one and outfitted with custom LED lighting and plenty of shelves. The old carpet is replaced with hardwoods and a sliding glass door separates the spacious closet from the master bedroom.

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Too Basic

BEFORE: This baby blue bedroom needed some customizing prior to the house being put on the market.

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Beach Culture

AFTER: Outfitted with a giant surfboard mural, a high-tech ceiling fan and new closet shelves, this distinctive bedroom is now move-in ready for any avid beach bum.

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Funky Yellow

BEFORE: This bedroom was dull and drab with pale yellow walls and a dated ceiling fan.

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Funky Fresh

AFTER: An attached bath, updated light fixture and cool, contrasty accents help make this upstairs space a welcoming guest bedroom.

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Sparkling Details

AFTER: A wall paneled with leather squares, tufted and adorned with rhinestones, creates a unique and stylish headboard.

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Bland Box

BEFORE: There was nothing exceptional about this tiny bedroom except the storage cubby-hole at the back. Rob thought this room was too small to remain a bedroom. He planned to replace the carpet and the ceiling fan before transforming this space into a custom gaming room.

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Ultimate Game Room

AFTER: The new gamer's hideaway is equipped with two state-of-the-art super PCs that are high performance and fan-cooled. The custom chairs are built from repurposed car seats and automotive parts. The small cubby-hole conceals yet another high-end PC.

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Atomic Lighting

AFTER: The old ceiling fan in the game room is replaced with this atom-inspired LED fixture adding to the room's futuristic feel.

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Personal Touch

AFTER: Rob had this custom piece specially made to add a crowning touch in the game room. The unique accent light sits between the two super PCs that allow up to four people to play simultaneously, competing online with multiple gamers.

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Meet the Host

Vanilla Ice

Although he’s best known for his '90s music, Rob VanWinkle is also a successful real-estate entrepreneur and a remodeling expert with more than 15 years of hands-on home improvement experience.

About the show

Vanilla Ice is back to tackle his toughest Florida flip ever. The pop icon and knock-out home renovator has taken his biggest risk yet, investing in a high-dollar lakefront dump in need of a top-to-bottom transformation. That means ripping rooms to the studs, adding a new pool, a boat dock with a tiki hut and state-of-the-art technology all around. Will his champagne taste end up costing him a profit? Or can he and his crew flip this tacky mess and still come out on top?
Season 4, Episode 3

Master Bath Blowout

Rob and his crew have their work cut out for them when they gut the claustrophobic master bathroom and transform it into a spacious spa retreat which includes an exclusive patio and top-of-the-line fixtures.

Thursday
Apr 30
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 4, Episode 11

The Lakeside Lounge

It's either sink or swim when Vanilla Ice and his crew attempt to put their lakeside property on the map by building aquatic additions that include a boat dock, beach area and an authentic tiki hut.

Thursday
Apr 30
1:30pm | 12:30c
Season 4, Episode 7

Game On!

Rob and his guys are in pursuit of fun in the sun when they pump up their expansive property with entertaining amenities such as a volleyball court, putting green and a family friendly water park.

Tuesday
May 26
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 4, Episode 13

Wide Open House

It's a rush to the finish as Vanilla Ice and his crew prepare to put their recently renovated estate on the market. From final touches to staging the key rooms, it's a race against the clock in preparation for their open house extravaganza.

Wednesday
Aug 5
7:30pm | 6:30c
Season 4, Episode 7

Game On!

Rob and his guys are in pursuit of fun in the sun when they pump up their expansive property with entertaining amenities such as a volleyball court, putting green and a family friendly water park.

Saturday
Oct 24
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 5, Episode 13

Frenzied Finish

It's full steam ahead to finish the house just days before the big reveal.

Sunday
Dec 27
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 5, Episode 10

Master of the House

The next project Rob and the gang tackles is the master bedroom. Though problems with a hydraulic saw put the whole room reno into question.

Saturday
Feb 6
6pm | 5c
Season 4, Episode 9

The Upstairs Upheaval

Between the game room, the deck and the kid's bedrooms, Rob and his team have their hands full when flipping the plain jane upstairs. Rob's daughter offers her own design ideas to make these rooms shine for future families.

Tuesday
Feb 9
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 6, Episode 8

Strike Zone

Rob has big plans to turn the upstairs area into a gamer's paradise, complete with a custom bowling alley, gaming station, bar and private entrance. In order to bring his vision to life, the ninjas knock down walls and install sliding doors that lead out to a brand-new balcony and spiral staircase. When the ninjas are done, the only thing left to do is get their game on!

Sunday
Jun 12
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 6, Episode 7

Temple of Renovation

The ninjas embrace their inner children when it comes to the kids' bedrooms and play area. Outside, Rob imagines a play area fit for an adventurer with a giant temple, airplane treehouse, splash pad and fountain. Inside, Rob gets creative and installs a secret door which leads from room to room. As Rob turns his dream into reality, he discovers that embracing his inner kid is a sure-fire way to appeal to everyone!

Sunday
Jun 26
3am | 2c
Season 5, Episode 7

Jellyfish Jitters

Rob wants to make this house unique, so he looks straight to the ocean to find it: jellyfish. The pressure of making this great room truly magnificent turns out to be trickier than anticipated, from a faulty fireplace installation to a broken aquarium, Rob and his ninjas feel the sting of this massive renovation.

Tuesday
Sep 6
4pm | 3c
Season 5, Episode 10

Master of the House

The next project Rob and the gang tackles is the master bedroom. Though problems with a hydraulic saw put the whole room reno into question.

Tuesday
Sep 6
5pm | 4c
Season 6, Episode 11

Bringing Down the Roof

Bad weather wreaks havoc as Rob and the ninjas install a new roof over the addition and revamp the exterior of the house. Strong winds and heavy rain lead to a close call, but the ninjas hold tight and face the elements head on. When the sun returns, the house has a whole new look fit for royalty.

Thursday
May 25
1:30pm | 12:30c
Season 5, Episode 1

A Killer Kitchen

Vanilla Ice and his ninjas transform a cramped 80s kitchen into a million-dollar masterpiece featuring onyx countertops, custom cabinets and, wait for it, a glowing jellyfish tank.

Thursday
Jul 27
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 5, Episode 2

Mother Nature vs. Family Room

The roof is leaking as Rob battles a tropical rainstorm while creating the ultimate home theater room.

Thursday
Jul 27
9am | 8c
Season 5, Episode 3

Icing the Outdoor Kitchen

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Thursday
Jul 27
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 5, Episode 5

Pool Predicament

Rob teams up with a local pool builder to tackle the impossible: building 3 pools in 30 days. While Rob is off building 2 custom pools for some handicapped friends, his ninjas dig out a custom pool with an infinity edge for the mansion.

Thursday
Jul 27
10am | 9c
Season 5, Episode 6

Outdoor Oasis

Rob can take advantage of the ocean view at his Florida mansion and begins the process to create his own outdoor oasis. He installs a little something for everyone, a relaxing hammock to kick back in, a pirate ship water park for the kids to roam, and a brand new dock for the captain of the house.

Thursday
Jul 27
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 5, Episode 7

Jellyfish Jitters

Rob wants to make this house unique, so he looks straight to the ocean to find it: jellyfish. The pressure of making this great room truly magnificent turns out to be trickier than anticipated, from a faulty fireplace installation to a broken aquarium, Rob and his ninjas feel the sting of this massive renovation.

Thursday
Jul 27
11am | 10c
Season 5, Episode 9

Steam Clean

Rob and his ninjas build an epic master bath, fit for a king, complete with a custom red cedar sauna and state of the art safe room.

Thursday
Jul 27
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 5, Episode 10

Master of the House

The next project Rob and the gang tackles is the master bedroom. Though problems with a hydraulic saw put the whole room reno into question.

Thursday
Jul 27
12pm | 11c
Season 5, Episode 11

Jungle by the Ocean

Rob sets out to make the outside just as palatial as the inside, with some new Floridian landscaping and custom driveway pavers.

Thursday
Jul 27
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 5, Episode 12

Turning Around the Garage

Rob plans to turn the outdated garage into one any car fanatic would love, replete with a car carousel and wall of cultured stone!

Thursday
Jul 27
1pm | 12c
Season 5, Episode 13

Frenzied Finish

It's full steam ahead to finish the house just days before the big reveal.

Thursday
Jul 27
1:30pm | 12:30c
Season 7, Episode 3

The Crown Jewel Pool

The existing pool looks more like a sewer than a swimming pool and it has got to go. But make no mistake, Rob has grand plans to turn this frog into a prince. By changing its location and giving it a whole new shape, it'll become the crown jewel it was always meant to be.

Saturday
Jul 29
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 7, Episode 4

Fixin' the Kitchen

The kitchen's plain cabinets and countertops are a bore, but Rob has an idea to transform this dated space into a chef's retreat. Floor to ceiling sliders replace the far wall and provide a view to the ocean. Brand new appliances and a window backsplash bring this kitchen into the 21st century.

Saturday
Jul 29
10pm | 9c

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