No Demo Reno Season 2
Was No Demo Reno cancelled or renewed for season 2? When does it start on HGTV? Who will be returning for the new season? In this post, we have summarized everything we know so far about the next season.
What Is No Demo Reno About?
Jennifer Todryk, know as The Rambling Redhead on Instagram, redesigns homes for homeowners without any major demolition.
This season, Jenn meets two clients in every episode – one who needs a massive makeover of several rooms and the other who wants to upgrade just one space with an extreme design do-over. In the premiere episode, she gives a large family a kitchen and main living area that meets everyone’s needs and also completes a serene main bedroom retreat with a built-in office for a couple with six children.
Home renovation expert and social media creator Jenn Todryk – whose popular Instagram account @theramblingredhead boasts more than 700K followers who love her hilarious and extremely relatable take on motherhood as well as her savvy advice on home design, fashion and beauty – stars in the new HGTV series No Demo Reno. In the 10-episode series, Jenn tears down the notion that major demolition is always necessary to create whole-home transformations. She combines clever design solutions and cost-saving ideas to create stunning home overhauls for clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area – often without removing walls or tackling large-scale demo. In addition to airing on HGTV, the second episode of No Demo Reno will be available to stream on discovery+ on March 25 as a special preview. More new episodes will launch early each Thursday on discovery+.
By working within the existing footprint of the house, Jenn and her team save families time, money and stress while proving that it doesn’t take a massive renovation to create a dream home. Each episode spotlights Jenn’s unique design style, including her emphasis on organization and practical functionality, as well as her budget-conscious techniques, like repurposing existing materials in the home for new projects.
“Changing a house’s floorplan takes time and money,” said Jenn. “It adds up quick and sometimes you don’t need it. You can fall in love with your house all over again, but without the sweat and money that goes along with a full demolition.”
The season begins with Jenn delivering life-changing renos for two families with young children. Both clients want to improve their homes but can’t see the potential. To give them both modern, functional spaces, Jenn drastically transforms the homes’ kitchens, bathrooms and living areas – all while keeping the same floorplan. As the season continues, she reimagines more outdated houses with smart remodels that feature elements such as reclaimed wood beams and mantles, spa-like showers and built-in storage.
“My goal is to give my clients a million dollar reveal without any major demolition,” added Jenn. “My favorite part about this job is showing people the potential in the homes they already own. Things that they never thought could be were there the entire time.”
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The last episode of the series was released on May 27, 2021 in the US.
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