This Makeover Show Just Took Home Transformations to a (Completely Crazy) New Level
Spoiler: You Can Probably Turn That Into a House
The addictive new series You Can't Turn That Into a House is exactly what you think, but just in case you need a little breakdown, here's the equation: Take all the head-shaking ridiculousness of HGTV OG Extreme Homes, add a pinch of Dirty Jobs' ick factor, and just enough of Property Brother's sibling rivalry. That's YCTTIAH.
Check out some of the highly unusual homes Missouri-based brothers Taimoor and Rehan Nana and their friend and contractor Kyle Davis make just crazy enough to work in the show's first season, airing Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. on FYI.
First up, a rusty, toppled storage tank in a sea of mud...
Storage Tank: After
...becomes a fabulous — and tiny — country getaway made for indoor-outdoor living.
Dairy Trucks: Before
Even if you aren't familiar with the antiquated transportation, it's pretty apparent you don't want to shack up in a pair of rusted out dairy trucks...
Dairy Trucks: After
...Unless of course, they're built into a modern retreat with soaring walls of glass and a to-die-for deck.
Bison Shed + Shipping Crates: Before
Two things home builders and buyers aren't likely looking to invest in...
Bison Shed + Shipping Crates: After
When flipped on end, smushed together and entirely reinvented, become a super sleek and simple home.
Carnival Trailer: Before
If every you find yourself in possession of a creepy old carnival trailer...
Carnival Trailer: After
...take heart that if you paint it black, slap on a spiral staircase, and of course overhaul everything about the interior, it can be a very cool open-air hangout
School Buses: Before
Finding someone who wants to spend their adult years in a grimey old school bus is unlikely to say the least. But if you're feeling forever young...
School Buses: After
...This poppy setup isn't so bad. (Check out the giant glass doors!)
See the full transformations on You Can't Turn That Into a House, Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. on FYI Network