The main levels of the 4 incredible Berthoud homes are really taking shape after this week's living and entry feature. Along with spaces that catered to the amazing views, the teams began planning for the exterior design for each of their homes.
Page Turner and Mitch Glew wrote one in the win column after their built-in library impressed judges Mina Starsiak Hawk of Good Bones and Jenn Todryk of No Demo Reno. The cedar plank ceiling detail and floor-to-ceiling fireplace drew eyes up to the expansive space. The large glass doors also brought in natural light and previewed the incredible outdoor living spaces to come in a future episode. The team also reconfigured their space to include a value-adding, stylish, and functional powder bath.
Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle continued to seamlessly combine mountain and modern styles with dark-stained Colorado beetle kill wood and a large focal point fireplace. They went dark with their expanded powder bath and created a moody space right off of the entry. The corner day bed was a fun addition that could also serve as a dog bed space for a lucky family dog.
Sarah and Bryan Baeumler brought the fire with a double-sided fireplace that brought the outside vistas into the home. The stone wall created continuity to the vent hood in the kitchen and highlighted their chalet style. The powder bath off of the living room gives guests options based on where they are on the main level.
Last but certainly not least, Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight echoed their beams from the previous kitchen and dining room episode and brought in more black with their painted brick fireplace. The powder bath incorporated more farmhouse style with the plaid wallpaper. Extra budget from their episode 1 win bought them a built-in speaker to bring the space to life with music.