Mina and Karen returned to one of their old neighborhoods, Talbott Street in Indianapolis, in season 6 episode 10 of “Good Bones,” where they already own many houses.
They completed their most recent refurbishment project there, which resulted in a magnificent French-inspired setup.
Here’s what we can expect from the next episode, which is just around the corner! Check out the recap to discover more about the brilliant mother-daughter duo’s latest home repair project.
Release Date for Season 6 Episode 11 of Good Bones
Season 6 episode 11 of HGTV’s “Good Bones” will air on September 7, 2021, at 9 p.m. ET. Every Tuesday, fresh hour-long episodes of the show are released.
We’re getting closer to the season finale as the current cycle includes 14 episodes in total.
— HGTV (@hgtv) September 1, 2021
Spoilers for Good Bones Season 6 Episode 11
‘Starting From Scratch on the Old Southside,’ the 11th episode, is titled.
The next project Mina and Karen will undertake will take them to an abandoned property that has been ravaged by fire.
They will notice that the house has been severely damaged, necessitating the removal of the entire structure.
The pair will start from the ground up and use French-inspired ideas and techniques to embellish and distinguish the build.
Where can I watch Season 6 Episode 11 of Good Bones online?
Tune in to HGTV at the time and date listed above to watch ‘Good Bones’ season 6 episode 11 on cable television.
Viewers who miss the programme on television can catch up later on HGTV’s official website.
You may watch the episode live on DirecTV, Sling TV, Philo TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV.
Recap of Good Bones Season 6 Episode 10
In the 9th episode, Mina and Karen returned to Talbott Street in Indianapolis’ Old Southside area, titled “Pricey Paradise with Big Problems.”
As we all know, two Chicks and a Hammer focuses their efforts on the city’s local neighbourhoods, where they also own a few houses.
Over the years, we’ve watched the mother-daughter team redesign and repair a number of sites in the neighbourhood.
Their cutting-edge architectural practises are projected to bring long-term transformation to these low-key Indianapolis areas.
Mina and Karen normally sell the properties to people who are interested after the renovation is completed.
In the most recent episode, they started their final project on Talbott Street, but a lack of funds caused them some complications.
The project was costly because they used unconventional design aspects to make the property into a French farmhouse-themed aesthetic sanctuary.
Despite the outstanding end product, the buyers in the area were dissatisfied with the noticeable change in design.