Then, she takes advantage of a second kitchen to create a Vegas-style game room. They need to remove all the drywall from the house and put up a new batch. From purchase to resale, weaving their personal lives within the story of the flip. Flip or Flop Vegas Season 2 Episode 2 Before and After Gallery. They also come up with a clever plan to solve a laundry room dilemma and spruce up the dead grass on the front lawn. They work to turn someone else's abandoned renovation into a glamorous home with custom features like a floating staircase and a living room balcony.
The best, and most appealing part, was the master bathroom. The mother and son have a brief discussion about her plans for it. Flip or Flop Vegas Season 2 Episode 4 Before and After Gallery. They take the structure down to the studs before flipping it into a modern farmhouse with all sorts of Vegas glam touches. The main remodeling issue they encounter is that the house needs thicker and more sturdy wood—an easy and quick fix.
The first major issue that they encounter is the overwhelming pee smell—Bristol quickly learns that there is mold in the walls from the dog urine. The previous owners sectioned off the home to create a mother-in-law suite, leaving Aubrey to come up with a design to convert the home back to a single-family unit. Season 3, Episode 4 April 11, 2019 Season 3, Episode 4 April 11, 2019 After buying a condo site unseen, Bristol and Aubrey Marunde decide to give it a Vegas bachelor theme to appeal to singles that usually buy in the area. However, they barely make it through the front door before being overwhelmed by the smell of dog urine, which will require every wall to be mitigated. They open up the kitchen and create a focal point in the living room using a huge, custom-built entertainment center. She decides to give the home an updated retro design by filling in the sunken living room, tripling the size of the kitchen, converting the dining room into an office and using bright, bold colors on the fireplace and doors. It extends their work by three extra days, but it seems worth it because they both love the results.
Season 3, Episode 2 March 28, 2019 Season 3, Episode 2 March 28, 2019 Aubrey and Bristol tackle a condo knowing the biggest challenge is its lack of storage. The couple sees a lot of potential in the home so they set out to create an open dining and living space, use hardwood flooring on the ceiling, freshen up the swimming pool and give the entire home a Vegas beach house theme. Then, they turn the living room into practical, glam space by adding a pop-out fireplace flanked with cabinets and shelves. After an offer is accepted, Bristol gets to work on a quick demo and Aubrey comes up with a plan for this design nightmare. They also want to remove some of the walls to create a bigger master bathroom. It takes Bristol and crew 10 weeks, over 70 days to complete.
They create a dining nook with cubby-style shelving and benches with additional storage. When a homeowner that lives out of the country wants to get a house off his hands, Aubrey and Bristol jump at the chance to buy and transform the home in an exclusive golf club community; the house hasn't been updated since the 1980s, so Aubrey gives it modern, farmhouse touches with a fireplace makeover and an open floor plan. The house hasn't been updated since the 1980s, so Aubrey gives it modern, farmhouse touches with a fireplace makeover and an open floor plan. The home was a smelly mess inside—there was rot, dog urine smells, and gaping holes. Name Air Dates 1 Design Nightmare Mar 21, 2019 2 Glorified Shed Gets Modern Cottage Makeover Mar 21, 2019 3 May I Have More Storage? The home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The next big issue is created by Aubrey. After touring the property, they agree they can flip this neglected home into three floors of industrial glam that will be perfect for a young Vegas buyer looking to impress.
Every one of her little extra design and styling touches worked to make this home appealing. The interior of this home was a complete mess so anything would have been a huge improvement, but Aubrey and Bristol did not disappoint. They add new plants to the backyard, add an aqua color to most of the rooms, and add some cool touches like French sliding doors and a glittery tile finish. Some of the additions include a fence, a fireplace, and a carport with a roof. May 18, 2017 9 From Cookie-Cutter to Custom May 25, 2017 10 Rock and Roll Renovation Jun 1, 2017 11 Beach Cottage in the Desert Jun 8, 2017 12 Buyer's Remorse Oct 19, 2017 13 Bank-Owned Disaster Oct 19, 2017 14 Hitting the Wall Oct 26, 2017. Even with a challenging layout, Aubrey is confident she can turn the negative into a positive. The previous owners sectioned off the home to create a mother-in-law suite, leaving Aubrey to come up with a design to convert the home back.
However, when the bathroom vanity arrives in the wrong color, Aubrey must figure out a way to incorporate it into her design. Season 3, Episode 6 April 25, 2019 Season 3, Episode 6 April 25, 2019 Aubrey and Bristol Marunde purchase a classic, Vegas estate-style home in one of the city's older neighborhoods. They decide to convert it into a single-family home with a fun design theme inspired by Aubrey's college days. From the nail-biting purchase at auction, to the frustrating renovations and maddening showings, to the giddy acceptance of an offer, we'll follow along as these two relatively novice flippers try their hand at the toughest game in town. They open up the kitchen and create a focal point in the living room using a huge, custom-built entertainment center. Season 3, Episode 5 April 18, 2019 Season 3, Episode 5 April 18, 2019 Aubrey and Bristol purchase a small duplex in the same neighborhood as Aubrey's alma mater, the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
However, when the bathroom vanity arrives in the wrong color, Aubrey must figure out a way to incorporate it into her design. They give the house a modern makeover with a black-and-white color scheme and open floor plan that liberates the kitchen and makes it the heart of the home. They have to shift one of the bathrooms to behind the laundry room to make it more functionable. Then, Aubrey goes all out with a Vegas-glam design that includes marble floors and an open floor plan. It just felt like more or less of the same old, same old you see with these pimped out houses. But the couple soon learn that true beauty might not be from within.
. Whoever bought that home got a steal because it really looked more expensive than the listed price. The aqua color really works with the marble running through the home, and Aubrey did another great job at staging. From paying cash, sight unseen, for a property at auction, through the hapless remodeling process, to the frantic sale, this young couple is putting everything they have into this venture. Mar 28, 2019 4 Vegas Beach House Apr 4, 2019 5 Lucky In Vegas Apr 11, 2019 6 Duplex Dilemma Apr 18, 2019 7 Vintage Vegas Apr 25, 2019 8 Bristol's Rustic Retreat Apr 25, 2019 9 Townhouse Redux May 2, 2019 10 Bold Blue Condo May 2, 2019 Name Air Dates 1 From Bank Owned to Industrial Vegas Glam Mar 15, 2018 2 From 1960s Clunker to Modern Vegas Farmhouse Mar 22, 2018 3 That Sinking Feeling Mar 29, 2018 4 Dog Pound to Showstopper Apr 5, 2018 5 Black-and-white Turnaround Apr 12, 2018 6 Condo On The Vegas Strip Apr 19, 2018 7 Short Sale Home Gets High-End Flip Apr 26, 2018 8 Rustic Cabin Dream Home May 3, 2018 9 Beat Up Townhouse May 10, 2018 10 A Historic Mess May 17, 2018 11 1980s Golf Club Home May 24, 2018 12 Urban Art Condo May 24, 2018 Name Air Dates 1 Cottage Glam Apr 6, 2017 2 Building a Bachelor Pad Apr 13, 2017 3 No Such Thing as a Safe Bet in Vegas Apr 17, 2017 4 Bet Big, Win Big Apr 20, 2017 5 Go Bold or Go Home Apr 27, 2017 6 Nod to Mid-Century Mod May 4, 2017 7 Foreclosure Goes Glam May 11, 2017 8 Is It a House or a Prison? Renovating this home is a massive project with lots of extra features added to give it a glamorous touch.
Season 3, Episode 1 March 21, 2019 Season 3, Episode 1 March 21, 2019 Aubrey and Bristol take on one of their biggest challenges ever when a woman's 3,200-square-foot, four bedroom, three bathroom home hits the market at a price considerably lower than comps in the area. She wants the marble floor to have a little more glamour, so she suggests that they make cuts in the marble to add some mosaic prints. . . . .