Host Brett Waterman in Restored | Courtesy of Magnolia Network
The picasso of restoration, Brett Waterman is back with the sixth season of Restored. With a slight shift to what we had been seeing and taking in more design. So be sure to take note of Waterman’s feedback during this new exciting season.
In its sixth season but first season ever on Magnolia Network – RESTORED features the inspiring work of preservationist Brett Waterman as he resurrects historic homes with fascinating back stories and untapped potential. Brett’s incredible talent for restoration stems from his lifelong love of bringing homes back to life, proving that all architecture can be beautiful and functional when allowed to stay true to the original intent of the design – no matter what period or style. Every ‘old’ home unearths a mystery and bursts with new opportunities to unlock the hidden DNA and character beneath neglect and poor renovations. Through his enduring dedication to homes and their owners and the willingness to continue to be surprised at any turn, Brett restores these properties to their former breathtaking glory with painstaking detail to the landscaping, exterior and interior design.
Brett Waterman grew up in a humble farm world in Oklahoma. The perfect place to find appreciation to restore items and learn to appreciate things for its purpose. Waterman completed his university years at UCLA where he graduated with a dual bachelor’s degree, in political science and of course history. His career as a television host started in 2015 with Back Flip. And participated in other shows like Brother vs. Brother, Property Brothers at Home and Home & Family. In 2017 the hit, Restored came on under HGTV.
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It was exciting to connect with Brett Waterman via Zoom to discuss his new season of Restored. Waterman tells me what surprises he is bringing in the new season and what makes the show different under the Magnolia Network and versus seasons 1-5 under the former network, HGTV. Waternan shared some of his architecture knowledge and gave some advice for anyone trying to do any kind of restoration. In addition, to speak about his background and where he would like to practice his craft if it were an option internationally and much more!
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Restored premieres its sixth season on Magnolia Network March 28, 2023
Source: LRMExclusive, Magnolia Network