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Flynn has been remodeling homes for HGTV Dream Home and HGTV Urban Oasis since 2015, and his style draws influences from classic and contemporary art.
Flynn modernized the 1970s home by pairing splashes of pastel color with stark white walls, updating the light fixtures, flooring and appliances, and turning the garage into an enclosed art studio or bonus space with see-through doors.
"We look for a town that is a good mix of sleepy and active," Matt Kothe, spokesman for Scripps Network Interactive, the parent company of HGTV, told the Tacoma News Tribune.
Viewers can also catch a special episode on the home's remodeling on Dec.
In 1946, after Dodd sold Mark Trail to a syndicate, the strip was launched on April 15 in the New York Post.
In 1950, Dodd hired Elrod to work as the strip's background artist and letterer.
Located on the shores of Henderson Bay, the 3,500-square-foot home received a massive makeover down to the studs.
The home features stunning views from nearly every room, a soothing, gray color palette that mimics the surrounding territory and a strong emphasis on natural materials throughout.