This old Victorian bathroom is typical of Glasgow tenement buildings —super narrow and definitely hard to maneuver in. Since the original tub wasn't salvageable, Anne scored a couple more square feet from its removal:
When Rachel found this chair in her parents' garage, she just had to save it. Once belonging to her great uncle in the 1940s, this former home for mice had such stunning arms, it needed a new lease on life.
When Reeves found this credenza on Craigslist, her first instinct was to paint it mostly white. But, while the drawers weren't perfect, that varying veneer on the drawers took her in a more subtle direction:
When Jodi first spotted this discarded twin bed frame on a busy Seattle streetcorner, she drove on by. She was still thinking about it later that day, so she returned and lucky for her, it was still there. See how she transformed it into something totally new:
Claire scored a deal on a pair of campaign nightstands, that, despite the brass being in good shape, could use some refinishing. She didn't really need the bedroom storage, so she put them to use in the living room:
Despite the kitchen's laminate counters, sloping floors, drop ceilings, and other quirks, John and Edwaard fell for their home in Columbus' German Village neighborhood. A seven-month gut renovation followed, and the space is completely transformed:
What to do when your place is a total blank space? Kristin overcame the unlimited possibilities of her white-and-concrete living room, and went big and bold with graphic wallpaper. See how it looks now: