About Brett Waterman
Preservationist Brett Waterman brings new life to historic homes on his renovation show Restored.
Although he was raised in Southern California, Brett spent a lot of time on his family’s farm in Oklahoma learning restoration skills from his father and grandfather.Read More
1888 McNally Estate
Brett tackles a historic Victorian home built by Andrew McNally of Rand McNally publishing fame. To retain the home's grandeur, Brett relocates the kitchen and entryway. Then, he tackles the main bedroom and bath, which have lost their original style.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
Take a Tour with Brett
Prior to the restoration, watch as Brett gives a tour of this amazing home and goes into details about the history, homeowner and architect plus areas of the home that where not shown on the episode.Take the Tour
RESTORED with Brett Waterman
View photos of each episode and shop many of the resources hand picked by Brett and his design team for your own home.
Please continue to visit this section of our website each week to see new episode of Restored & updates to past ones.
1911 Arts & Crafts Landmark
Brett helps new homeowners restore their large Arts and Crafts bungalow by reintroducing period-appropriate elements such as colors, textures and railings while correcting past design updates that did not align with the vision of the original architect.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1928 English Cottage
In a unique neighborhood of 1920s-era English cottages, one of them doesn't fit in. Brett brings this house back in line with the others, reclaims its original character through a number of discoveries and makes it more user friendly for the homeowners.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1923 Craftsman Bungalow
Brett helps a couple finish restoring their 1923 Craftsman Bungalow by creating functional spaces that stay true to the style.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1912 Transitional Arts & Crafts
A 1912 Transitional Victorian house is a hybrid of styles, combining Victorian flourish with Arts and Crafts simplicity.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1954 Modern California Ranch
A classic mid-century modern ranch was designed by a prominent architect and almost all of its original details and fixtures are still intact. Brett aims to preserve these elements while giving the home much-needed updated functionality.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1906 Transitional Victorian
A 1906 Victorian lost some of its charm due to additions and modifications. Brett returns interior details, like the fireplace and staircase, to their original glory and completely restores the bathroom and kitchen.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1960 Post & Beam Modern
A mid-century modern home has lost some of its original personality over the years. After discovering Japanese influence in the home's exterior, Brett restores it while reworking the interior to include a sliding wall entrance to a large kitchen.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1902 Queen Anne Victorian
An active family of six loves their old Queen Anne Victorian home, but the house has seen better days. Brett needs to completely reimagine the layout while adding more space and updated style.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
1926 Tudor Revival
Brett takes on the massive challenge of returning a large 1926 Tudor Revival home to its former glory. In this huge project, he restores the exterior, entryway, living room, kitchen, main bedroom, bathroom and a traditional ladies' dressing room.Services & Resources Photo Gallery
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