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Ain't our home from last night's episode a beaut 😍😍? Scroll to see more pics! But guess what? We kept this home for ourselves and made it… House Design, House, Home, Flipping Houses, House Exterior, Hgtv House, Storybook Homes, Good Bones Hgtv, House Paint Exterior

Two Chicks and a Hammer 🐥🐥🔨 on Instagram: “Ain't our home from last night's episode a beaut 😍😍?? Scroll to see more pics! But guess what?! We kept this home for ourselves and made it…”

3,338 Likes, 222 Comments - Two Chicks and a Hammer 🐥🐥🔨 (@twochicksandahammer) on Instagram: “Ain't our home from last night's episode a beaut 😍😍?? Scroll to see more pics! But guess what?! We…”

Mina Starsiak, host of HGTV's Two Chicks and a Hammer, arrives ready for work at the Wright Street house, as seen on the HGTV Network. Good Bones Mina, Good Bones Hgtv, Mina Starsiak, Series Premiere, Looking For People, Women Empowerment, Girl Crushes, Role Models, Daughter

First Look: HGTV's 'Good Bones'

In HGTV's Good Bones, mother/daughter team Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak are revitalizing their hometown of Indianapolis one property at a time, buying dilapidated homes and rehabbing them into stunning urban remodels. Check out these snapshots from the renovation featured in the series premiere.

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Good Bones Star Mina Starsiak and Her Hubby Give Us Serious #RelationshipGoals

We can all probably agree that HGTV's Good Bones is our new favorite home design and renovation show, right?! The series follows mother-daughter duo Karen E

Mina and Karen, of HGTV's Good Bones, take on renovation of a rough property in Indy's historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, transforming yet another urban eyesore into an enticing, buyer-friendly home. Porch Steps, Pretty House, Hgtv House, Beautiful Homes, Old Houses, Good Bones Hgtv, House Tours, Curb Appeal, House Colors

Good Bones: A Beacon in Bates-Hendricks

Mina, Karen and crew take on a rough property in Indy's historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, transforming yet another urban eyesore into an enticing, buyer-friendly home.

We Begin - Two Chicks and a Hammer

We Begin | Two Chicks and a Hammer, Inc.

WE BEGIN, part 1 In my photo archive, this photo is entitled “we begin”. It was taken the day Mina and I began hiking a section of the Appalachian trail. Our journey as business partners began in a murkier way, and there was no picture commemorating it. in January of 2007, Mina bought a house…

Two Chicks And A Hammer on Instagram: “People keep talking about this work/life balance thing.... Putting the hammer down for a weekend to camp with the boo and take in a show ” Instagram People, Instagram Posts, Good Bones Hgtv, Mina Starsiak, Indiana Girl, Hgtv Star, Two Girls, Hobbs, Designers

Instagram post by Two Chicks And A Hammer • Sep 3, 2016 at 11:50pm UTC

1,122 Likes, 15 Comments - Two Chicks And A Hammer (@twochicksandahammer) on Instagram: “People keep talking about this work/life balance thing.... Putting the hammer down for a weekend to…”

Good news, fellow Good Bones fans: The show will return for a second season! Let us count the ways we love Mina, Karen and their colorful fixer uppers.

8 Reasons Why We Can't Wait for 'Good Bones' Season 2

Good news, fellow Good Bones fans: The show will return for a second season! Let us count the ways we love Mina, Karen and their colorful fixer uppers.

Mina brings real-estate know-how and a drive to help revive neighborhoods, transforming distressed homes into gems that will attract vibrant and committed new residents to a revitalizing community.

Chrysalis Wall Flats featured on Two Chicks and a Hammer

Used in a home on an episode of HGTV's Two Chicks and a Hammer, Indianapolis, INcredit: HGTV

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Mina and Karen of HGTV's Good Bones renovate a small two-story house in the historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood in southeast Indy, creating a cottage charmer with a coastal vibe and explosions of color. Home Town Hgtv, House, Blue Living Room, Contemporary Living Spaces, Home, Beach House Interior, Hgtv House, House Interior, Little White House

Good Bones: The Little White House on the Hill

Mina and Karen of HGTV's Good Bones renovate a small two-story house in the historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood in southeast Indy, creating a cottage charmer with a coastal vibe and bold splashes of color.

In one of their bravest home reno projects yet, mother-daughter team Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak purchased an abandoned eyesore of a house in Indy

Good Bones: A Heroic Renovation in a Historic Indy Neighborhood

In one of their bravest home reno projects yet, mother-daughter team Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak purchased an abandoned eyesore of a house in Indy's historic Bates-Hendricks district for $4,500 (!) then turned it around with a thorough transformation, inside and out. The renovation ultimately resulted in a resale price of $226,000 and clear profit of more than $31,000 — which Mina and Karen can promptly channel into their next home rescue venture. It's all part of the duo's continuing…

Two Chicks And A Hammer on Instagram: “Some QT with BOTH my handsome nephews Showing him our cool ginger race car driver friend @scottdixon9 on insta ”

Mina and Karen take on their biggest project yet — literally — when they decide to renovate a house in Indy's historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood. It's a formidable challenge, but the mantra for this ambitious flip is

Good Bones: The Big House on Sanders Street

Mina and Karen of HGTV's 'Good Bones' take on their biggest project yet -- literally -- when they decide to renovate a 4300-square-foot house in Indy's historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood. It's a formidable challenge, but the mantra for this ambitious flip is "big house, big potential."