Extreme Makeover: Home Edition – Joplin Photos

Ty Pennington, Jillian Harris, Paige Hemmis, Paul DiMeo and the rest of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition designers and build teams came together for the 200th and final episode in Joplin, MO. To go out on a high note, it was decided that not one home but seven would be built over the course of the week. It was a massive undertaking but volunteers came from around the US to pitch in and help out.

In the Cogdill home, our Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay panels were used transform one child's bedroom into a slice of New York City straight out of Marvel's Spider-Man comics. Faux brick walls coupled with images of the city and urban characteristics like a fake fire escape stairway combined for an incredible bedroom design. Being based out of the New York area, it feels almost fitting to help create a design based on NYC's friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man for the final episode.

To learn more about the room, check out our Spider-Man Lane blog post. It was an honor and a privilege to have helped Extreme Makeover Home Edition with so many builds throughout the years.


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Simulated brick walls and a fake metal staircase help recreate comic book Manhattan. JO2. Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay
Brick walls make a perfect backdrop for NYC’s wall-crawler, Spider-Man. JO3. Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay
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EMHE created an amazing bedroom design for the Cogdill household. JO5. Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay
EMHE’s bedroom design includes everything Spider-man related you could likely imagine. JO6. Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay
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Weathered brick walls help give Spiderman Lane a gorgeous finishing touch. JO8. Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay