I’m Jasmine Roth, founder of Built Custom Homes, curator of my online retail store The Shop by Jasmine Roth, and host of HGTV’s hit shows Hidden Potential and HELP! I Wrecked My House. I was also on HGTV’s Season 1 of Rock the Block, but I won’t spoil the winner for you 😉 Building custom homes is my bread and butter and I love finding ways to make homes as personal, functional and beautiful as possible. Whether I’m exploring my TV projects, or sharing secret pro tips for everything from design to entertaining and cooking, I’m here to help you build Your Happy Home. Let’s build something together!



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ROCK THE BLOCK: Shop the Look


Rock the Block premiered last night on HGTV, and even though I was there, doing the thing, every day during filming, and even though I lived and breathed this production for months straight, I was still amazed by the final result. I mean, this was a BIG production. Big, big, big.

  • Big Names: I have no qualms about admitting the fact that I am the total underdog in this list of amazing designers. I’m just happy to be listed among them, but come on! Leanne Ford, Mina Start, and Alison Victoria, yo!
  • Big Budgets: We had $175,000 to use in order to complete this entire renovation. That’s a LOT of money on the table, multiplied by FOUR!
  • Big Payoff: The winner gets bragging rights, which in this group is a very BIG deal. AND a street named after them. And, a major notch on their proverbial tool belt.

In case you might not have had a chance to watch the first episode yet, which reveals all four of the Master Bedrooms, I’m going to start the first of my 5 upcoming Rock the Block (RTB) posts with a Shop the Look focus, so that I won’t spoil the awesome reveals from the premiere. This will give you a week to get caught up, and then I’ll be posting individual Sourcebooks for each episode that airs, sharing all the specs and details of each room’s design. This includes the Master Bedroom, the Kitchen, the Great Room, and then the overall design and Final Decision.

I hope you will follow along with me on this incredible journey. Now, let’s get started! Today, I’m going to give you the full Sourcebook for all the furniture, accessories, and decor that we spent hours upon hours agonizing over in order to get JUST RIGHT.  But there shall be no agonizing for you, dear friend!! Just scroll and ye shall find.

I’m featuring items from the Shop by Jasmine Roth first (obvi), and then moving on to all of the other unique, curated, hand-sourced items that came together to make this California Contemporary home so truly special. I hope you find this to be a winning collection! Worthy of awards! And prizes! And street names!

Check it:


1.) ONLY GOOD VIBES DOORMAT, $40.00 USD: Seriously. Only good vibes. That means you, Steve Ford. Don’t be all up in here trying to snoop.

2.) NALA STRIPE PILLOWS, set of 2, $88.00 USD: Neutral stripes for days. #twinning

3.) DREAM DOT PILLOW, $35.00 USD: This pillow really is a dream combo of texture, pattern, and squishy comfort.

4.) SILVERSPUR PLANTER, $114.00 USD: This piece can be used with or without the wooden stand; here, in the pantry, it adds a touch of green, and the feeling that this, too, is a room worthy of intentional design.

5.) YOU ARE THE BUTTER TO MY BREAD | BIN, $74.00 USD:This bread tin puts the “fun” in functional. And if bread alone weren’t enough to make me smile (which it absolutely is), then this clever little bread tin would absolutely do the trick (which it absolutely does).

6.) OCEAN SPRAY ENAMEL BOWLS, $100.00 USD: I just have a thing for enamel bowls, okay? I like the weight of them, and their utilitarian nature. Except these ones have a little blue marbling that elevates them from the campsite to California Contemporary territory.

7.) WILL YOU COTTON RUG, $49.00 USD: I used this rug in the master to add bold stripes and layered texture to the mix. Hint: Runners aren’t just for the kitchen or a hallway: try using one at the foot of your bed, layered on top of a larger rug.

8.) ROUND HAND PLATTERS, Set of 2, $94.00 USD: Displayed against the backsplash or used on the kitchen island to feature a collection of favorite items, these warm, organic wooden platters are a win either way.

9.) JUNE TAPESTRY, $56.00 USD: In this case, going gray is ALL GOOD. I’d hang with June any day, any time.

10.) MONGOLIAN LAMB RUG, $205.00 USD: This little lamb of a rug packs a lion of a lunch in any space. I used TWO in the living room to make it feel extra cozy, and extra welcoming, and just EXTRA all around! The one in this photo is being used to make this low-slung leather chair feel super soft and inviting. And I can’t show you the other one because I don’t want to ruin the Living Room reveal.


If that’s not enough to get your creative design juices flowing, then feast your eyes on THIS big whammy of an Online Shopping Sourcebook:


Thank you so much for reading, and for your support, and please join me in watching Rock the Block each week on HGTV, Mondays at 9/8 Central.

Go #TeamJasmine!!!!!

P.S. There are some really fun extras related to this show over on You can take a quiz to see which designer you would be (would it be weird if I took it and found out I was a Mina?), and also some awesome #womenwhobuild round tables where my competition and I discuss everything from how we got started to where we think the industry is headed.


  1. Lydia

    Hi Jasmine,

    I watched the first episode and loved what you did with the master suite – so cozy and inviting! And I know my two dogs would be fighting over which one of them got to sleep in the dog bed. I absolutely adore the black wire mesh pendant light and would love to buy one for our dining room. I noticed that the one in the episode has soft curved lines while the model in your source guide is more angular. Would you mind sharing source info for the one that you used in the RTB episode? It would be greatly appreciated! Thanks heaps and looking forward to seeing more of your designs on the show.

    • Jasmine

      Oh thank you SO much for your kind words! I really appreciate it!! It is funny, the pendant that is sourced is actually the one we used. They look differently in the photos, but I promise they are the same!!

  2. Jessica Martin

    I just want to know where I can get that night stand?? What brand of manufacturers made it???

    • Jasmine

      They were both from a flea market from years and years ago!

  3. Florencia Vidal

    What is the wallpaper for the master bedroom?? I love it

    • Jasmine

      Aztek Wall Covering—it was a custom design!

  4. Tess

    Congratulations on winning Rock the Block! I loved your nightstands and I noticed in the comment above that you said you got them at a flea market. Did you change or add any finishes to the nightstands or did you purchase them that way? Thank you!!

  5. Lori

    I would love to know the flooring that Mina used in her house please!

  6. Pam Hope

    Can you tell me where to get the wooden tree art that’s in the basement bathroom

  7. Heather

    Can you tell me what type of flooring was used?

    • Pamela Mora

      In the dining Room of Mike Holmes and Allisons rock the block home !!!! there was a large picture of a dark haired lady in a full length white dress !!!!I would love to know where this came from or if I could purchase one like it

  8. JB

    Love the family room design! Can you tell me where you found the ceiling light?


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