14 Living Room and Bedroom Makeovers From House Hunters Renovation

Ever wonder how homebuyers on House Hunters renovate after buying their homes? Check out our favorite living room and bedroom makeovers.

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Industrial Chic

Sliding distressed wood barn doors divide the master bedroom from the bathroom without taking up valuable floor space. The distressed wood is carried through to the headboard and is paired with contemporary bedding to create an industrial-chic look.

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A Bright Accent

An accent wall covered in sunshine yellow gives this room the perfect amount of color. Modern floating nightstands add storage without compromising floor space, and a quatrefoil rug gives the space the contemporary touch it needs to make the room feel stylish and inviting.

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Master Bedroom Patio

A fenced-in, cozy patio right off the master bedroom is the perfect area to get fresh air while reading or sipping coffee. The outdoor pillows complement the pillows in the adjacent bedroom, tying the two spaces together.

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A Game Room With A Lounge Area

A floor-to-ceiling bookshelf provides plenty of storage for games and books. What used to be a bedroom is now a cozy game room complete with a modern yet comfortable sectional and a spot to play the keyboard.

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Neutral Palette

The dark gray accent wall adds warmth and interest to this contemporary living room. A wishbone rug in black, white and gray shades adds interest to the room while still sticking with the overall neutral tone.

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Distressed Wood Details

A distressed wood beam spans across the ceiling to add texture to this all-white bedroom. The windows are bare to allow natural light to flow through.

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Symmetrical Design

A dark hardwood headboard and matching nightstands coordinate with the hardwood flooring to make the small bedroom feel larger. Two chrome lamps add symmetry to the bedroom.

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Bright and Open

An open-concept living and dining room features a high ceiling, expansive windows with a view of the backyard and size-appropriate furniture. The dark hardwood flooring brings contrast to the white walls and area rug.

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Plenty of Natural Light

This family room was previously closed in, but is now open to the kitchen and adjacent sitting room, bringing in more natural light. A robin's-egg blue on the walls brightens up the space even more.

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White Brick Fireplace

The living room extends into this small sitting nook, complete with a white brick fireplace and large sliding glass doors. A quatrefoil rug, dark wood coffee table and mirrors add contemporary touches.

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Minimalist Living Room

A small sectional and armchair are all that's needed to provide a cozy seating area. A cowhide rug brings warmth to the laminate flooring and white walls.

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Practical Bunk Beds

Bunk beds save room for a drum set in this small boy's bedroom. The night-sky ceiling treatment brings a camp feel to the space, while a mobile toy chest sits at the foot of the bunk beds.

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A Sparkly Touch

A modern, brushed-nickel railing above the living room brings a modern touch and makes the room feel open. The all-white walls make the space feel bigger, while gold lampshades bring a dose of sparkle.

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White Bedroom

Everything in this bedroom is kept white, from the Roman shades to the bedding, to make the space seem larger. A framed photo adds a personal touch.

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