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In each hour episode of Restored, preservationist Brett Waterman transforms one character filled house for a couple or family who owns it. Brett focuses on homes with fascinating stories and unrealized potential hidden beneath neglect, bad renovations and ugly additions.
An active family of six loves their old Queen Anne Victorian home, but the house has seen better days. Brett needs to completely reimagine the layout, which includes moving the main bedroom to make way for a larger kitchen.
With their first child on the way, homeowners are looking for more usable space and light in their 1911 Craftsman cottage. Brett finds a way to give them both while bringing the original character and charm back to their home.
Brett takes on the massive challenge of returning a large 1926 Tudor Revival home to its former glory. In this huge project, he restores the exterior, entryway, living room, kitchen, main bedroom, bathroom and a traditional ladies' dressing room.
A 1906 Victorian lost some of its charm due to additions and modifications. Brett solves the mystery behind a decorative ring on the front of the house and returns interior details, like the fireplace and staircase, to their original glory.
A midcentury modern home has lost some of its original personality over the years. After discovering Japanese influence in the home's exterior, Brett restores it while reworking the interior to include a sliding wall entrance to a large kitchen.
Brett helps new homeowners restore their large Arts and Crafts bungalow by reintroducing period-appropriate elements such as colors, textures and railings while correcting past design
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