You can count on Kortney and Dave to take care of every last beautiful detail.
This house has a fabulour flip in its future.
This house got a brand new facelift, making it look more modern and brighter.
Outdated floors and walls aren't a good look in a bedroom.
A lighter wall colour and brighter furniture can make any tiny space feel airy and big.
Two different types of flooring and a lack of lighting proved this room needed a whole lot of adjustments.
Neutral colours combined with small pops of colour enhance the room's atmosphere.
Dark walls and wood panels made this kitchen feel cramped and dreary.
We love the open concept and pops of yellow that bring life back into this area.
Cooking will never be a chore in a kitchen like this one.
We're not really sure what that thing on the right was. We just know it had to go.
Opening up the living room to connect to the kitchen has completely transformed this space.
Bold accent pieces add personality to a room.
Everything in here just had to go: especially that carpet!
We're in love with this brand new nook. Talk about cozy.
We're pretty sure no guests wanted to stay in there.
Guests will be fighting for who gets to stay in this humble abode. Why, we'd join in that fight too!
The guest house did not feel very welcoming at all -- but Kortney and Dave saw its potential.
This interior was screaming for a makeover.
So when can we move in?
Great things come in small packages and we are absolutely in love with this mini kitchen.
Sometimes a mismatch of accents and patterns don't mix, but we're definitely in love with this combination.
All it took was some clean cut lines and small bursts of colour to create this little sanctuary.
From Masters of Flip : Season 1, Episode 6
Kortney and Dave take on a flip that has a tiny detached coach house in the back yard. As Kortney works with Angela to design and stage two completely separate spaces, Dave works hard to make the numbers work.