After buying a 1910 house at auction for $16,000 in Buffalo, N.Y., Jason and Bernice start with the kitchen and dining room, tearing down walls to create an open space with more windows, reclaimed wainscoting and a re-purposed kitchen island.
While renovating the living room, Jason and Bernice encounter massive issues; they add historic details, such as leaded glass windows, columns, wainscoting, and a gingerbread-style transom between the living and dining rooms.
In Buffalo, N.Y., Jason and Bernice move the master bedroom from the front of the house to the back, creating a bright, bold and colorful space with historic details while capitalizing on the city's eclectic design style.
Jason and Bernice convert a large second-floor room into two unique bedrooms; they find standing water while restoring the bathroom; the couple adds insulation to the historic Buffalo, N.Y., home.
Drawing inspiration from the arts community in Buffalo, N.Y., Jason and Bernice create unique installations in the attic, including a storage unit made from old crates, then the couple paints the exterior of their home a contrasting teal and orange.
In Buffalo, N.Y., Jason and Bernice finish their renovation by reviving the backyard, adding a pergola-covered dining area, a deck and a fence made out of salvaged doors.
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