Settling into the latest Property Brothers: Forever Home marathon? Check out more about the designs you’re watching on HGTV right now, and tune in for a new Forever Home episode tonight at 9 et|8 ct.
Irina and Dean’s home is a special place, and not just because they had their wedding in the backyard. Even though the house was relatively small, they thought of it as their forever home, because they were told they couldn’t have kids.
With three kids, three dogs, and a towering five-bedroom home, Troy and Susan have a lot going on—and a lot going wrong, design-wise. They tasked us with a renovation focusing on the main floor, which includes the kitchen, family room, mudroom, and play area.
When Erika and Ben bought their six-bedroom home five years ago, people thought they were crazy. They only had one child—that was way too much space! But the couple knew that they’d found their dream home in the ideal neighborhood and didn’t want to pass it up.
It’s no surprise that James and Crystal want to stay in their charming single-story home rather than moving: In the 17 years they’ve lived there, they’ve raised 30 kids and made countless memories.
Valerie and David love their 100-year-old house, but it’s having trouble keeping up with two kids, a beloved family dog and a new puppy about to arrive.
After living in small city condos, comic enthusiasts Adam and Waylon (and their adorable cats) found a spacious suburban home to settle into and start the next chapter of their lives.
Alison and Greg have lived in their Forever Home for 22 years, where they’ve raised kids, beaten cancer and celebrated with neighbors. They’re ready for a new, fresh chapter, and we were ready to help give it to them.
Michelle and Ghopi’s forever home is the center of attention for their friends and family. It’s a place where everyone gathers to catch up, have fun and even dance a little.