DIY Mom

City: Halifax
Producer: Martin Noel
Starring: Rebekah Higgs
Genre: Lifestyle

Rebekah Higgs is back with season five of DIY MOM. She’s rolled up her sleeves to tackle her next renovation project - the exterior of her midcentury modern dream home.

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Episodes

Season 4

Episode 1

Rebekah and Lennon gently close the door on their former pink door to pursue their latest endeavor; a one-story 50s era bungalow with a spectacular view and even more spectacular challenges to overcome. Rebekah and her crew try to figure out how to turn this mid century blunder into a modern day wonder in the premiere episode of Season 4 of DIY MOM.

Episode 2

Demolition begins - what could possibly go wrong? When Rebekah and her crew start knocking down walls and ripping up floors, they expose way more problems than they had anticipated. After getting the runaround from contractors and builders, Rebekah gets some sage advice from her dad and reminds everyone who’s boss in this rubble-filled episode… but can she keep her cool when someone threatens to quit?

Episode 3

Rebekah’s floored when Stephane quits but wait… he’s back! Try to keep up with the flooring ‘hokey pokey’ when they put the right floors in, then take the right floors out then they pour some floor leveler and spread it all about. Find out if Rebekah can keep a level head while navigating this next set of hurdles at her new reno.

Episode 4

The home is finished enough for Rebekah and Lennon to finally move in – she just has a couple things to do first, like the floors, oh and an indoor bathroom! As Rebekah finishes the flooring (for the second time) she and her crew can get started on installing hallway arches, the 360 fireplace, some beautiful lighting, and her newest design; a midcentury modern inspired dining table… which almost didn’t make it (of course)!

Episode 5

What do you get when you combine pink tiles, a teak vanity and gold wall-mounted faucets, a floating shelf, fancy sconces, and palm tree wallpaper all in one small space? Rebekah puts her signature pink to the test in her powder room and builds a beautiful mudroom complete with a non-barny barn door… all while trying not to destroy her manicure.

Episode 6

Will Rebekah’s ambitious mid-century modern inspired designs for each nook and cranny of this bungalow overwhelm her and her crew? From herringbone tile with mountain top peaks, to intricate wallpaper patterns, moving electrical panels to installing arched shower glass doors – exhaustion is kicking in and all the lady wants is to finish up her room so she can lie down for a minute!

Episode 7

Rebekah’s reno is well underway but will she ever get her room finished so she can take a nap? First, she transforms a former furnace room into a stunning guest suite with a view. Next, she ditches the old hot tub and figures out which heat pumps are right for her open concept bungalow. Watch as she juggles things from room to room in order to get her own bedroom done. From church beams to flat screens – this room is going to be the biggest transformation yet!

Episode 8

Rebekah sees big progress being made towards the finish line – but you didn’t think it was going to be that easy, did you? She’s going to make her new bathroom vanity and hexagon tub fit (no matter what) and attempt her most ambitious tiling project to date. Will this flooring transition push her to her limit? If that doesn’t do it, we’re sure something else will!

Episode 9

This kitchen needed to be gutted - but with the price of lumber and quality of the wood, Rebekah and her team knew there was only one way forward: recycle, repurpose, reconfigure, and rejig. Any way you cut it - this kitchen transformation just might have you giving side-glances at your current kitchen configuration.

Episode 10

What would a house of Rebekah’s be without a pink door? The final episode of Season 4 is wrapped up with a pretty pink bow, complete with all the glorious before and after reveals of the entire renovation, along with never before seen footage of drama that unfolded along the way.

Season 5

Episode 1 - FRONT YARD

What’s in store for Rebekah when she picks up where she left off with her 1950’s bungalow transformation and brings it outside to her front yard? Will paint, tiles and grass be enough for this facelift?

Episode 2 - DECK AND RAILINGS

Rebekah is tearing up her old deck and replacing it with shiny brand new railings. Sounds pretty straightforward, but Rebekah and the ladies get a lesson in Murphy’s law with this project.

Episode 3 - SPIRAL STAIRCASE

Rebekah deals with delayed shipping times and supply shortages, and learns about some unwelcome residents living amongst her firewood. Last minute decisions have to be made about her spiral staircase.

Episode 4 - UPPER DECK

It’s the thick of summer and Rebekah’s upper deck has some serious fun potential. Rebekah gathers the troops to help her deck dreams become a reality.

Episode 5 - BACKYARD GARDEN

Rebekah wears her gardening gloves and calls in her friend Tiffany to help with her green thumb around her backyard garden. What veggies, herbs and fruits will sprout from Rebekah’s garden?

Episode 6 - BOLER - Part 1

Just when you thought Rebekah had her summer plate filled with projects nearing completion, she buys a vintage Boler camper to beautify and get in working order for a weekend getaway with her daughter.

Episode 7 - BOLER - Part 2

Rebekah is in the eleventh hour with the Boler project. Will she have the glam camper ready for the weekend?

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