Tad, Corey, MJ and Austin are mainstays on the show — helping round out the Good Bones cast and doing a whole lot more. Here's everything you never knew about them.
HGTV sat down with Mina Starsiak Hawk to talk about the ups, the downs and everything in between — including an exciting new Good Bones spinoff.
The new series — which features just one house — shows a grittier, more in-depth look at the renovation processs. HGTV sits down with Mina to get the details.
In a special episode of Good Bones, Mina finally gets to put her design experience and expertise to work for herself and her husband Stephen, creating an all-new home that’s ideally suited for starting a new family.
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Mina and Karen explore what can be done on a limited budget to customize small areas of the home. With creative design planning, the talented duo transforms small rooms – laundry room, home office, eat-in kitchen, mudroom, etc. – into re-imagined and more functional spaces. Watch Now
The Good Bones star has a knack for turning old buildings into gorgeous new homes, but it’s the smart details she adds that have wowed us for seven seasons now.
Karen’s visitors and grandbabies were bursting out of the cramped guest area at her place. She and Mina build a two-story carriage house that will accommodate family visits and Karen's many projects.
When it comes to throwing a wedding, Mina does it with style. Indy photog Mallory Talty captured the whole thing in a photo essay that blends atmospheric portraits, impromptu snapshots and skillful documentary style. Presented here with limited captioning. The pictures (and that dress!) speak for themselves.
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Karen E Laine, Master Gardener and co-star of the HGTV hit series Good Bones, follows her true passion of renovating clients' outd …
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The new series — which features just one house — shows a grittier, more in-depth look at the renovation processs. HGTV sits down w …
HGTV sat down with Mina to talk about the ups, the downs and everything in between — including an exciting Good Bones spinoff.
HGTV’s popular mother-daughter duo Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E Laine are back in a new season of HGTV’s hit series Good Bones, …
We’re perpetually in awe of her ability to TCB like it’s NBD.
HGTV's fearless mother-daughter duo Mina and Karen are back for a fourth season of the hit series Good Bones, rescuing vintage but …
Baby Jack, newly arrived member of the Good Bones family, is just irresistibly cute. Here's proof.
The baby countdown is over! Mina Starsiak and husband Stephen Hawk announce the arrival of a brand new baby boy. Greetings, baby J …
Mina and Karen are obviously the brains and the muscle of the Good Bones operation, but Tad is perhaps equally important as the et …
A tub goes missing, an accent wall gets gone, treasure falls out of the ceiling ... this episode of Good Bones is an emotional rol …
Hoarded to the brim and so badly rotted out, even Mina and Karen couldn't save this Indy house filled with 'danger zones.'
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Watch the Good Bones star surprise her family with the news of expecting her first child this summer.
Mina and Karen take a financial risk on a house in an established historic neighborhood but, with structural issues and zoning res …
The ladies of Good Bones transform a tiny and sad Victorian home on the outskirts of downtown Indy into a stylish showplace brimmi …
A few observations about why viewers are falling head-over-heels for HGTV's new home renovation series Good Bones, now shooting it …
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 c …
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Mina and Karen are called to help their friends transform their traditional home, but their ideas are dependent on the local historical society. They expand the dining room and kitchen, and convert the master into a gorgeous en suite.
Mina and her husband, Steve, decide it's time to renovate and sell their rental property to start a college fund for their son. Karen and Mina plan to create an "Urban Hamptons" retreat full of elegant marble, urban colors and beachy wood shake shingles.
Mina and Karen have high hopes for turning their mostly demoed house on Palmer Street into a moody Cape Cod-style masterpiece. As the project develops, unforeseen problems begin to emerge that may make this family home a major catastrophe.
After buying a home sight unseen in Old Southside, Mina and Karen soon realize they need to tear the whole building down. Then, the duo works to figure out how to make a new build on the tiny lot feel like a charming Italian villa that buyers will love.
Mina and the team are back in Old Southside to take on a house Mina has purchased sight unseen. The structure has no foundation and must be torn down, and with an aggressive timeline, the problematic property could sink her plans of turning a quick sale.
Mina and Karen return to the Old Southside neighborhood to renovate a crusty cottage that's been empty for years. When an unexpected disaster hits, the duo must rethink their entire plan and create a beautiful home that will turn a profit.
Two Chicks and a Hammer's design assistant, MJ, and his husband recently bought their first home, and Mina and Karen want to make MJ's dreams a reality. The duo works to blend traditional and modern styles, but MJ may have to compromise to stay in budget.
Mina and Karen return to Talbott Street for their largest project on the block! The abandoned build comes with big risks and bigger dollar signs, and they have to pull out every trick in the book to turn this giant into a modern lake house-style marvel.
Mina and Karen tackle their last house on Talbott Street, but money is tight for this expensive project. They work to pack in as many cool design features as they can, but buyers in the neighborhood may not respond well to their French farmhouse theme.
Mina and Karen make a risky move and purchase a huge house in a relatively new neighborhood. With one budget-busting issue after another, the team has to make money-saving design choices to create a neutral home that has bombshell appeal.
Mina and the team return to Old Southside to tackle the smallest home on the block. The house needs to get bigger to make a profit, so Mina plans to add a second floor and red siding for an urban barn feel, but a snafu could set the team back weeks.
Mina and Karen return to the Fountain Square neighborhood to renovate a charming bungalow they bought from a homeowner who grew up in the house. They give the home an eclectic Cali vibe by combining its original features with modern touches.
Mina and Karen take on a huge, three-story build for Good Bones producer Adam and his Los Angeles-based family. As they prep for the move, the clock is ticking for the duo to finish the home and make this Midwestern transition as comfortable as possible.
With her son in tow and another baby on the way, Mina returns to Old Southside where she and Karen aim to turn a creepy, insect-infested lot into a chic oasis for a new family. Along the way, they make a sentimental connection to the home's past owner.
The Two Chicks team is ready to break ground on their new headquarters, and Mina hopes the 6,000 square foot building will provide plenty of storage and office space. Now, the race is on to finish the new location before their current lease expires.
Mina and Karen are back in Old Southside where they look to transform a small, two-bedroom home into a beautiful beach bungalow on a modest budget. If they make a decent profit, Mina plans to realize her dream of building a Two Chicks Headquarters.
Mina and Karen venture into a new neighborhood, Irvington, where Mina acquired a home from a real estate friend. When a serious problem arises with the small cottage, the entire plan for the property changes and making a profit becomes an enormous hurdle.
Mina and Karen purchase a vacant lot and what begins as a new construction to sell on the market quickly turns into a build for Mina's friends. However, a lingering pipe issue may add time and a hefty price tag to the project.
Mina and Karen are tackling a 100-year-old home that's endured a severe fire and foundational damage. Cory loves its potential and is interested in making this his permanent home, but the costly list of extreme challenges may cause him to get burned.
Mina and Karen have returned to the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood to turn an old warehouse into their first retail store. The rundown building needs an enormous amount of work, and they'll need the entire team to reveal their biggest project to date.
Mina and Karen have bought one of the worst homes in Old Southside that has major fire damage. And with a tiny yard and a small footprint, they'll need to transform this burned-out ramshackle into a stunning two-story boho or it may be another bust.
Mina and the team take on their first home in the Valley, a neighborhood they've never ventured into before. But with no comps in the area and major framing issues, Mina must pull out all the stops if she wants to see a return on this risky investment.
Mina is renovating the home of professional basketball player Justin Holiday and his family. In hopes of expanding her business into more client renovations, Mina's goal is to turn this outdated mansion into a modern oasis before Justin's season begins.
Mina and Karen purchase a building with multiple condos, and to test the market, they're starting with a unit on the ground floor. They plan to knock down some walls to create an open kitchen and tackle the entire building's exterior. However, the whole project hangs in the balance when Karen tries to shimmy down an HVAC exchange with hilarious consequences.
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