• Tell Your Friends

For our final video of 2011 (really, where does the time go?), Ken and I wanted to do something special. We’ve spent so many hours filming processes, tutorials, reveals and makeovers this year, but realized that you only get to see half of the story. Why not share our very favorite renovation moments, including never-before-seen bloopers?

Happy New Year, friends! We’re so grateful for your support and encouragement and can’t wait to share with you plenty more inspiration (and bloopers!) in 2012 and beyond.

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  1. [...] Our Top 5 Renovation Moments From 2011 HGTV Design Happens Wed, December 28, 2011 10:04 PM UTC HGTV Design Happens Rate this story Share (function(){var [...]

  2. Disappointed says:

    Not a big fan of the design or decor or location of the 2012 Dream Home. Hope 2013 is better.

  3. Susan says:

    WHY can't you coach people on pronouncing the word "realtor?" You are HGTV! Certainly someone on your staff can pronounce it correctly?

    It is REAL- tor. (As in "REAL estate.")

    NOT Re-la-tor.

    PLEASE!!!

  4. Jennifer says:

    Ok. I don't know what the deal is with the other comments, but you guys are so CUTE! And the house is looking awesome. Happy New Years to you guys!

  5. Janet Norman says:

    Super cute video…love this couple…they seem so happy and free with each other! Something you definitely need when doing renovating on a house! Keep up the great work you two!!!

  6. erin loechner says:

    Aww, thank you guys!!!

  7. Mary T. says:

    Why does'nt HGTV do a show on Mobile Homes, they did one on House Boats?

  8. Gail says:

    OMG, between Ken's cat-n-tonic joke and him slipping in the rain at the end, I was dying laughing. Which isn't easy today when this blasted cold won't let me breathe out of my nose!!! Love you two! You guys looks so adorably festive! :)

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