The private primary spaces were ready for the four teams to tackle this week. Each home reflected the distinct style of the teams and included some gorgeous designs, luxurious en suite bathrooms, and some truly special moments. The HGTV stars embarked on a trip to Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch to take a trail ride, and to select a special, traditional, western material to include in their design this week. Another fun twist included a "blind judging" in which twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, of HGTV's Unsellable Houses, did not know which team's home they were touring!
Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle delivered a space to be incredibly proud of and took home their first win of the season. With stunning ombre walls, access to the outdoor space via an extended deck with french doors, and tasteful appointments throughout the bedroom, this primary bedroom was a stunner. Anthony Elle's Project Runway experience shined through by sewing together saddle blankets to create an accent blanket and throw pillows to warm up the space. Their attached bathroom and walk-in closet featured matching porcelain floors and shower tiles. The light bright space was complimented perfectly in their closet space that included dark cabinets and wallpaper to give a luxurious feel.
Sarah and Bryan Baeumler crafted a suite that rivals that of high-end spas and retreats. Light and chic, the bedroom featured ceiling beams, a refreshment bar complete with a refrigerator, and access to the outdoor deck. The primary bath continued the serene spa look and feel with the light colors and a shower with sprayers ready to pamper. A bench created with Colorado beetle kill wood completed the room. A roomy walk-in closet completed this zone with additional laundry appliances and plenty of storage.
Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight designed their space in a way that is certain to make fans swoon. Green, wood panels welcomed viewers and showed off a lasso from their time on the ranch, plus a lasso light as well. A fireplace warmed the space while bringing in a cooler tone with a stone surround. The green continued with a tantalizing green tiled shower to contrast the dark stone flooring. A beautiful tub and scenic window separated a pair of vanities. This wing of the home drew to a close with a dazzling blue walk-in closet speckled with warm leather hardware, and an attached laundry space with a massive farmhouse sink.
Page Turner and Mitch Glew closed out this suite episode with a dreamy dark slat wall with wood that truly popped. The bathroom was aglow with a built-in fireplace overlooking a bathtub just waiting to be dipped into. Opposite the fireplace was a generous walk-in shower complete with dark tile and white walls echoing the rest of the room. Subtle and stunning, Page and Mitch utilized leather to wrap the door pulls to the closet, which brought texture and a natural feel to that moment. The closet featured a fun and functional shoe rack hidden door leading to a private laundry space complete with a steamer.