As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, a view of the theater room is now possible after renovation and partial wall removal in the nearby kitchen. A shared island counter offers a space for casual dining while luxurious wallpaper and 3D tin ceiling tiles add depth to the room's design. The floor to ceiling cinema drapes are on a motorized track to allow moviegoers to open and close them at the push of a button.
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.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, this second floor loft was renovated into a smart extra bedroom, featuring a custom built-in Murphy Bed giving the option to use the full space of the room when needed. This room also has access to the home's elevator.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, the outdated kitchen has been newly renovated with a cast iron stove, custom copper hood vent and a pot filler faucet set against a natural stone.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.
Vanilla Ice and Keelee worked together to design these two a joining rooms, replacing the old flooring with Shaw carpeting and creating wall stickers to add a bit of the exotic tropical environment of Florida. The custom window treatment was created by Unique Interior design.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, the outdated black kitchen appliances were replaced with a vintage-style cast iron stove and stainless steel refrigerator. Custom cabinetry, a natural stone backsplash and onyx countertops are beautiful complements to the stove's unique design.