After toiling for months with the renovation work, Sarah and Bryan Baeumler are finally ready to open the gates of their newly renovated island resort Caerula Mar Club in the Bahamas. But nothing ever goes as planned for Sarah and Bryan. From Hurricane Dorian to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were several obstacles lying in the way of the ‘Renovation Island’ stars before they can finally open the gates to their luxury resort to their customers.
HGTV’s ‘Renovation Island’ turned out to be an instant hit amongst fans. Unlike the other HGTV shows which focus extensively on renovation, designing, and decor of homes, ‘Renovation Island’ had something else that most HGTV shows lack- drama. The intense stress and tension between Bryan and Sarah to finish the renovation of Caerula Mar Club in time and to stick to their budget turned out to be an intensely stressful yet gripping watch for the audience. So it came as no surprise when the network decided to renew the show for season 2. Bryan and Sarah Baeumler will be returning for season 2 of ‘Renovation Island’. Read on to know all about the stars of the show.
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Bryan is a licensed contractor and the host of several shows on HGTV such as ‘Renovation, Inc.’, ‘Island of Bryan’, ‘Disaster DIY’, and ‘Leave it to Bryan’. Having spent his childhood summers building his family’s cottage with his father, Bryan learned some valuable tricks of the trade. On ‘Renovation island’; Bryan’s entrepreneurial skill is on full display as he juggles between sticking to the budget and focussing on creating new revenue sources. But this isn’t a new skill, Bryan had a strong leaning towards entrepreneurship since childhood. At the age of 14, he set up a small handyman business and did odd jobs for neighbors.
After earning a dual degree in Political Science and Business, Bryan was headed towards a career of practicing law. Realizing he’d rather be renovating than be chained to a desk, his innate passion for building took over and he traded in his tie for a tool belt and founded his contracting company Baeumler Quality Construction. Bryan has now built the ‘Baeumler Brand’ to include Baeumler Construction, Baeumler Approved, Baeumler Productions, Baeumler Media, and the newly launched Baeumler Family Foundation for Kids. Each and every one of his companies prides itself on professionalism, respect, and quality workmanship. A few years and several hit TV seasons later, Bryan couldn’t be more pleased with how life has turned out for him.
Bryan’s wife Sarah Baeumler owns a brand called ‘Sarah Delivered’, is an interior designer with an eye for aesthetics. The couple has appeared on several HGTV shows together such as ‘House of Bryan’, ‘Bryan Inc’ and ‘Island of Bryan’. Sarah has played a very important role in developing the ‘Baeumler Brand’. In 2017, she launched her magazine called CURATED that focussed on providing interior design service, and refined living. Most recently in 2019, Sarah designed the Grand Prize Show Home for the Princess Margaret Spring 2020 Lottery, the largest show home the charity has done to date. With these different branches to her brand, Sarah is kept very busy but each one stimulates a unique part of Sarah’s personality, reveals her website.
‘Renovation Island’ Season 2 premieres on Sunday, June 20, at 8/7c on HGTV.