This kitchen now features a marble counter top island that gives the room a larger feel. New appliances and outlets make this kitchen a work of art. The custom mural from artist Joe Brown makes you feel like royalty and the new dark wood cabinets and tile tie the kitchen design together.
As seen on season 5 of The Vanilla Ice Project, Vanilla Ice and his ninjas transform a cramped 80s kitchen/living area into a multi-million dollar masterpiece. The theater room after the renovation features motorized cinema drapes, luxe wallpaper and a custom built entertainment center displaying a 75" TV.
Working with his crew, Vanilla Ice decides to practice his painting skills on this master bathroom wall that needs to be torn down. He knows his crew can get a little crazy and anything can happen when his crew starts to teardown walls, so he clearly marks what gets the sledgehammer and what doesn’t.
The remodeled master bedroom now has access to the backyard that it didn’t have before. Hardwood floors now replace the old carpet and a new ceiling treatment has brought the style back to this Master Bedroom. The peach colored walls now gone and replaced with alligator print wallpaper and lots of drapery, the feel of the master bedroom has changed a lot.
The second floor balcony and ceiling can be seen from the first floor great room so it was imperative the design would continue all the way upstairs. The team removed the upstairs carpet and replaced it with new hardwood floors. The black iron work railing was then refinished in a pale gold trim. The pendant lights installed draw your eye up to the newly finished ceiling which was customized with faux tin tile. Creating an impressive entranceway to the upstairs bedroom as well as a good impression upon entering the home.