The Brady Bunch House Is Officially a '70s Time Capsule

Here's how the Brady kids helped bring it together.

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A Very Brady Renovation has officially come to an end, and although HGTV’s hit new show only had four episodes total, the series covered so much ground. To viewers, the top-to-bottom transformation of The Brady Bunch house was unveiled over a one-month period, but in reality, the ambitious project took six months and more than 9,000 work hours. Of course, none of it would have been possible without the six Brady kids—each one more than ready to pick up tools and share their knowledge of their years spent on the original set. Here’s exactly how The Brady Bunch cast left their imprint in the iconic Studio City home that’ll forever be part of TV history.

"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Front of House
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In the first episode, titled, “Honey, We’re Home,” Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott teamed up with Christopher Knight (Peter Brady) to recreate the exterior of the Brady house. Knight assisted the HGTV hosts in making a new window and closing off another one. The actor also helped demolish a wall that surrounded the front yard before 1969 landscaping was brought it. Most importantly, Knight found the original Brady beige paint color!

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Heart of the Home - Living Room, Staircase, Entry
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Heart of the Home

The first episode of the TV limited series also focused on the heart of the home—living room, dining room, and the staircase. Maureen McCormick (Marcia Brady) offered her consultation to the Property Brothers for the staircase—approving 11 stairs instead of 12. She and Susan Olsen (Cindy Brady) also worked on perfecting the living room’s sofa design, along with giving the thumbs up for the thrifted dining room table set. Meanwhile, Knight called up his tech contact to rebuild the iconic horse statue by the stairs.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Mike's Den
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Mike's Den

In the second episode, “Here’s the Story,” Hidden Potential host Jasmine Roth worked closely with Barry Williams (Greg Brady) to create Mike’s Den from three existing spaces—living room, hallway, and kitchen. The actor fully immersed himself in the process, helping with demo, construction, and furnishing, including updating a donated drafting table. Mike Lookinland (Bobby Brady) joined them for a bit to help build the home's two-sided fireplace.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Boys' Room
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The Boys' Room

Also, as part of the second episode, Good Bones stars Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E Laine tackled three rooms—the boys’ room, the girls’ room, and the Jack and Jill bathroom. This time, Olsen was paired up with Lookinland and the two went thrift shopping. They were successful in finding a red lamp and blue drums for the boys’ room.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - The Girls' Room
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The Girls' Room

For the girls’ room, Olsen and Lookinland assisted in building bed frames as well as painting furniture. This particular space also got a special touch from Eve Plumb (Jan Brady), who used her artistic skills to create her own version of the painting that hung above her childhood bed.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Jack and Jill Bathroom
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Jack and Jill Bathroom

The Good Bones hosts built the bathroom with a tub, small-scale yellow tiles, and added a toilet⁠—not originally seen in the sitcom 'cause it was the '70s. There was also a showerhead installed making the space fully functional.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Greg's Groovy Attic
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Greg's Groovy Attic

In the fourth and final episode, titled, “A Sunshine Day on Clinton Way,” Williams worked with Roth and Flea Market Flip's Lara Spencer to recreate his legendary room. Because it was built in the home's basement instead of an attic, Roth and Williams had to paint the ceiling a dark color, install rafters, and even hang a fake window. The actor also helped build the room's centerpiece, aka the headboard.

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Mike and Carol's Master Bedroom

In the show's finale, Roth split her time between Greg's Groovy Attic and the master bedroom that belonged to Mike and Carol Brady. Together, Roth and Lookinland built the screen headboard from start to finish, including the base, frame, and the unique patterned screen.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Alice's Room
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Alice's Room

In the third episode, “Orange You Glad It’s Avocado?” Spencer teamed up with Plumb to recreate Alice’s room, which is located at the back of the house. The two went thrifting in New York City for small items, made their way to Connecticut to pick up furniture, and Plumb even added a needlepoint mini pillow made by Ann B. Davis herself.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Avocado Green and Orange Kitchen
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The Kitchen

The same episode also featured the construction of the Brady's signature avocado green-and-orange kitchen. Restored by the Fords stars, Leanne and Steve Ford, took the lead and worked alongside Plumb. The actress picked out the green paint for the kitchen table's tulip-style chairs and chose a matte orange laminate from a curated selection.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Family Room
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Family Room

Pulling double duty, The Fords also created the family room, concentrating on the ‘70s-style wood paneling and plaid-patterned daybeds. Knight and Plumb stepped in when it was time to search for additional furnishing, like the chairs. The final detail was contributed by Plumb, who painted her own versions of the street scenes that were seen on the show.

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"The Brady Bunch" House Before and After "A Very Brady Renovation" HGTV - Backyard
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Backyard

Last, but not least, the third episode showed viewers how the Good Bones hosts, plus Olsen and Lookinland, reimagined the backyard. The two actors recalled childhood memories of playing on the teeter-totter and spending time inside the doghouse, which they helped build. Olsen also picked out the artificial turf that was installed, and her TV siblings loved it.

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