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Having grown up in a family of builders, contractor Marnie Oursler is using her pedigree to give outdated beach homes a new lease on life. From gorgeous decks that make the most of ocean views, to beach glass inspired kitchens and customized sand-friendly spaces, she's taking classic beach houses that have been around forever and giving them modern updates while still preserving their charm. Whether you have all the money in the world, or a modest budget, Marnie will make your beach living dreams come true on Big Beach Builds.
A couple has invested in a 50-year-old abandoned home in Dewey Beach, Delaware. They decide to hand the reins over to Marnie in the hopes she'll turn the fixer-upper into a safe vacation destination for their two boys. The crew runs into unexpected water damage and structural mishaps along the way, but Marnie's creativity transforms the soaked-through home into a beach beauty.
Chris and Danielle's cottage in Bethany Beach, Delaware, is too cramped for their family of five. Marnie attempts to convert the wasted deck space and bare backyard into a spacious beach escape, but an unlucky pipe break brings renovation to a halt.
A determined couple has found a 1960s gem of a beach home with a rare design element: a unique breezeway running through its center! While some may view the home as a teardown, the couple is serious about preserving its classic look and expanding upon the unique breezeway. Marnie faces one of her toughest challenges yet as she attempts to create a modern, fresh look without altering the structural design of the house. Along the way, Marnie and her crew run into issues the aging house has developed over time, like rotting posts under the back porch. Marnie must tackle the 50-year-old layout and transform this unique beach home into a fun space the family can enjoy for years to come.
A couple loves Lewes, Delaware, and the cheerful home they own there, but their two daughters have outgrown the space. Now, the family's torn between selling the house or renovating it. Can Marnie expand the lovely beach home without losing its historic charm?
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