Pot of Pink Pad

A very green house gets a sophisticated makeover to become a pot of pink pad for the young teachers who own it.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe dull green color is used in the dining and living rooms and the breakfast nook — left of the fireplace.
Interior design student Mike Scott thinks first-time homeowners/housemates Kris Alford and Annie Jo House are too young to be living in a granny apple green house. The girls, who met in college and are now first-year teachers, agree with Scott on his color statement.

This drab green decor definitely doesn't match its homeowners. They're two young and single teachers who want the connected dining/living room and breakfast nook of their house to reflect their personalities. A breakfast nook has the essential furniture, but is less than inviting at the moment. The sheer curtains don't lend much interest either.

Scott would like to see horizontal lines of pink and espresso on the walls and is going to build an entertainment center that will mount on the wall above the off-center fireplace. He will build an ottoman and buy a new sofa, coffee table and end table.