Guess what we spotted on DIY Network and HGTV! On the TV show “Restored” Season 4 Episode 7, Brett Waterman restored a 1926 Tudor Revival home by highlighting architectural features with Royal Design Studio Stencils. It makes all the difference!
Preservationist Brett Waterman keeps his eyes peeled for opportunities to unmask his restoration projects’ original charm—and to update them in ways that are true to their characters. He focuses on homes with fascinating stories and unrealized potential hidden beneath neglect, bad renovations, and ugly additions. This incredible makeover is all about restoring a historic home back to its original glory. He definitely brought new life to this timeless interior!
In this episode, he takes on the massive challenge of returning a large 1926 Tudor Revival home to its former glory. In this huge project, he restores the exterior, entryway, living room, kitchen, main bedroom, bathroom and a traditional ladies' dressing room. He uses Royal Design Studio Stencils to paint classic designs and Old World charm to architectural elements such as archways, columns, and more to make them stand out and shine as they were always meant to.