Devon and Erin Accardi's basement is a wasted space. While they use it for entertaining, it's becoming nothing but a junk room. Embarrassed by the clutter and wanting a place for their friends and family to gather, they turned to the Run My Renovation team for help. Using your votes on flooring, wall treatment, paint and more, licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds transform this basement into a room the Accardi's would be proud to show off.
Bryce and Kally have a massive basement that's occasionally used as a playroom for their 4 kids. This large underused space is not living up to its potential and they dream of a master suite since they're rapidly running out of bedrooms. They're desperate for help, and turned to the DIY online community to vote on paint, closet system, vanity and more. Licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds transform their basement into the master suite the Elliot's have always wanted.
Newlyweds Drew and Melanie Edwards have only lived in their home for a short while and they love it, but when it comes to their 60-year-old kitchen, not so much. With little countertop space, old appliances that work half the time, and dingy floors, the Edwards are desperate to bring this kitchen into the 21st century. The DIY voters choose new flooring, countertops, lighting, appliances, and more to help licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds transform Melanie and Drew's old kitchen into a modern, retro space.
Jay and Rebecca Cobble are newlyweds making their house a home. While the upstairs is taking shape they're at a loss with the downstairs spare room. They'd love to use it as an office, but right now it's a boring beige catchall space that they just ignore. With your votes on carpet, wall treatment, mudroom design and more, licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds turn this boring room into an office that the Cobbles can't wait to use.
James and Gabby Dalton are avid DIY'ers and have done a ton of work to their home. However, all progress stopped when they had a baby. They'd love their basement to be a cozy guest bedroom, living space and office but are at a loss on how to make it happen. Using your votes for paint, flooring, cabinet stain color and more, along with a few surprises, licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds work with James and Gabby to make their basement the best room in the house.
Shannon and Shawni Eaker would love to transform two unfinished rooms in the upstairs of their new home into an office for Shannon. He works from home and with 2 young kids running around, things can get loud making it almost impossible for Shannon to work. They're desperate for a quiet space for Shannon, so they turned to the DIY online community for help. Licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds along with your votes on paint, flooring for floor and wall, faux wood beams and more transform these unfinished rooms into the ultimate office and bar area.
Marcia Johnson's kitchen is tiny, cramped, and completely outdated. Not to mention it is covered head to toe in tacky apple decor. Marcia has a huge family and her sisters are always coming over for family dinners. She is desperate for an up to date and larger space that is suitable for entertaining. With the help of her sister Cokie, the Johnson girls are ready for anything that the DIY Voters can throw their way. Licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds step in and take this kitchen into the twenty first century using your votes on cabinets, flooring, paint, lighting and more.
The Cross' basement was left unfinished and bare. A large empty room with concrete floors and unpainted drywall leaves the perfect canvas for the Run My Renovation team. Using your DIY online votes, licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds transform this empty basement into a space that the Crosses will use again and again. Jeff Cross wants some office space and his wife Leslie wants an entertainment space that the whole family can use. John and Joanie are up to the challenge and will work their magic to satisfy both their needs. Online voters were given the power when it came to their paint color, ceiling tiles, flooring, wall partitions, furniture, and more. The end result is spectacular and the Cross family couldn't be any more pleased.
At first glance, Wanda Costen's home office doesn't look too bad, but this college professor who works from home lacks organization needed to be truly productive. Licensed contractors John and Joanie strive to do this and they bring in the Run My Renovation team to fix this messy office. Using your online votes for the built-in storage system, the paint color, the flooring, the dry-erase board, and more, this office is transformed from eyesore to spectacular.
The Dalys love using their backyard to entertain guests. Their pool and spacious patio make this the perfect entertaining spot, however there is just one problem: their backyard is really boring. In comes the Run My Renovation team! Using the viewer's online votes, licensed contractors John and Joanie help transform this backyard from ordinary to extraordinary. You voted on their floor, recycled granite tiles, ceiling, roof, artwork, and more to complete this one of a kind pavilion where the Dalys can really entertain their guests in style.
The Meeces' kitchen is boring, ugly, and lacks utility. The Meeces would do anything to get rid of their eyesore of a kitchen. Bring in the Run My Renovation team! Licensed contractors John and Joanie open up this kitchen and even create a pantry for the Meeces. Using a combination of a rustic cottage look and your online votes on their flooring, cabinets, countertop, paint, and more, this kitchen is transformed from old and ordinary to brand new and amazing.
The Bradshaws' master bathroom is dark, cold, and wastes a lot of space. Even though the Bradshaws have done most of the renovations already, they asked the Run My Renovation team and the online community to help them out. Licensed contractors John and Joanie turn this bathroom around replacing the bathtub, expanding the shower, and custom building a side-by-side sink. With the counter tops replaced and the room brightly painted, this bathroom will brighten their day.
PGA Tour golfer, Scott Stallings and his wife, Jennifer, love to have family and friends over to entertain, but their deck is too small to hold anyone. The grill practically takes up the whole deck! Good thing they have a patio for their guests... Oh wait, they don't have a patio. The Stallings turn to the Run My Renovation team to transform their deck and backyard into a place to entertain and amaze. Using your online votes on the decking, patio stone, paint colors, and more this deck is extended so that the Stallings can actually start using it.