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All Episodes Talk: It Takes Two to Renovate, Alright

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That black, wood,  and metal house was gorgeous and different than the Fixer Upper white cookie cutter decor. 

Incredible decor with wood inside too. Probably bedt for a couple's home pre-kids. 

Looked tres exorbitant though in price.  Beautiful and minimalist.  I loved it.  

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I've been very  impressed w/Luke's design aesthetic

 

This last house that Luke built & bought, I kind of gave a side-eye  about the storyline - but I don't think if he was going into it w/his family in mind  to buy considering it was only 3 bdrms and the stairs weren't wheelchair friendly

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At the end of the show and it was revealed that Luke and his family were moving in - Clint said not to worry, he had some ideas on how to make it more accessible.  I couldn't remember if all the bedrooms were upstairs or not.  

What a great house!  

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Yes, 3 bdrms were upstairs and master was on first  shown on flrplan - they had an office/study on first that could be used too for their son.

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I really like this show....love the designs and the fact that they are all different.

I don't understand why it is buried at 11:00; why not on at 8 or so?  Would it interfere with The Brothers, Chip and Joanna and the Love It or List It people?  How is a show supposed to catch on when it is on so late once a week?

The relationship between the two guys is comfortable and it is fun to see how the houses turn out...fun in a "fun" way. Not too much drama except for the "cost" issues - but that is a small thing and not too awful.  Even Mr. Kemper watches.  The last one I saw was where Luke said he wanted to purchase it for his family...quite a surprise and an uplifting ending.  I hope this show doesn't get cancelled.

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These guys work together well.  Hardly any drama and the designs are different.  Glad to see Luke get this for his family.  I could not imagine having 6 kids living in a 1300 sf house.  It looked like 3 of his kids are special needs.  What a lovely house for them to grow up in.   

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I just found this show. I went to Boise once a month for six months a couple years ago for work, and kind of fell in love with the city. It's nice and serene. Just a lovely city, which wasn't what I expected at all. So it's fun to see this show. Never would've imagined those kinds of prices for that area, though.

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Kinda like this show, but that dowel-mountain wall in the master bedroom was hideous. :/

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I didn't like the dowel wall either - or the galvanized tub either.  But, most of their stuff looks good and I enjoy these two guys.  

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Caught this by accident today.  Very interesting design, not my taste at all but there were some very nice features.  Wasn't in love with the neon headboard, I think that will wear thin pretty quickly.  And how do you sit in bed and read with that glass tube behind your head?

Also, an awful lot of sharp corners and hard surfaces for the two littlest kids who appear to have Down Syndrome.  But plenty open for Morris in his wheelchair as long as there is a downstairs bedroom.

They seem like nice guys with nice families.

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Just read on Instagram that the Boise Boys will be back! I really like this show and can't wait for season 2!!!! HGTV has ordered 13 new episodes.

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I like these guys!  Their personalities are pleasant and drama-free. Decent, civil humans......what a change from bickering, dumb hi-jinks,  and one-upsmanship insults among other flippers or house reno shows.  Love their families,  too. The 3 boys of Clint were cute and typical goofy young teens embarrassed by their dad.  Luke's family with all the kids with special needs is heart-warming. Just lovely people.  

The designs are UNIQUE too.  Not cookie cutter white kitchens,  open concept,  and tile, tile, tile. I think their designs show coming trends......warm wood, minimalism, and relaxed, non-matchy, comfortable living. Imagination meets North Woods. Love it. 

Only problem is that I can't adapt many of their ideas to my house because theirs is so professionally well-done, that my attempts would be crappy. 

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I love this show, and the story of both men and their families.   A lot of the unique designs are a little out there for me, but still so much more interesting than the usual on other flip shows.    I was so happy that the one partner bought the river house for his family, and that the partner was working on accessibility for the son.  

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