Before-and-After Kitchen Renos From Drew and Jonathan Scott

The Scott brothers are back with another stunning renovation! This time, they're transforming dated kitchens into modern showpieces, with HGTV's Cousins on hand to pick a winner. Take a tour now. 

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Kitchen Experts Take Vegas

HGTV's Cousins, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, visit the set as the Scott brothers continue their high-end Vegas renovations with stunning kitchens. Which brother will win? Tour before-and-after photos and choose a favorite. 

Jonathan's Renovation

Building on the midcentury-modern style of the living room, Jonathan will transform this '80s kitchen into a room fit to be the heart of a modern home. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, Before

This large kitchen was stuck in the last century, and not in a good way. A textured ceiling and fluorescent lighting made this space dark and dated.  

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

One word: Wow. Jonathan transformed the dark, dated space into a bright, modern space with midcentury modern touches, incuding a trio of statement-making pendant lights. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, Before

Before the renovation, a large island created seating for a crowd, but was too bulky for the center of this space.  

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

An oversized quartz breakfast bar adds style and function to the new space, and separates it visually from the open living room. It connects to a slimmer, streamlined island for kitchen prep. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

Ceiling-to-counter mosaic tile is a focal point in this space. Cutting down on the number of upper cabinets lets in additional light and adds to the room's modern feel. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

A mixture of open shelves and closed cabinetry creates room for both practical storage and bold accents. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

Midcentury pendants add stylish '60s flair without blocking sight lines into the open living room. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

Sleek, retro wooden chairs line the breakfast bar. 

Breakfast Buddies

JD Scott, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri try out the breakfast bar during judging. 

Jonathan's Kitchen, After

More open shelves full of bright accessories visually tie together the living room and kitchen. 

Jonathan's Kitchen

Host Jonathan Scott in his newly renovated kitchen.

Drew's Renovation

Drew pauses for an interview during his kitchen renovation. His plan? Stick with a more traditional style and neutral palette for his kitchen renovation. 

Drew's Kitchen, Before

This all-white space was made of up of dated, builder-basic materials before the renovation. The galley-style kitchen also had limited countertop workspace. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

A sleek, quartz-topped island is the centerpiece of the new space. Hardwood floors that stretch into the adjoining living and dining rooms gives the space a cohesive feel. 

Drew's Kitchen, Before

Basic tile and dated appliances weren't exactly showstoppers in the "before" kitchen. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

Removing the partial wall between the kitchen and casual dining space creates an open-concept space that feels brighter and larger. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

Sleek stainless steel tile and a modern vent hood give this space shine while still keeping things neutral. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

A small breakfast bar sits beside the more formal dining space, also open to the new kitchen. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

Black stools outfitted with silver nailhead trim coordinate with the silver-and-white color scheme of the new space. 

Cousins on the Case

HGTV's cousins visit the kitchen to check out every aspect of Drew's renovated space, from the overall design aesthetic to the functional basics. 

Drew's Kitchen, Before

Before the renovation, Drew's house featured a partial wall between the kitchen and casual dining space. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

After the renovation, the wall is gone, helping the flow between the eat-in kitchen and family room. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

A round dining table for casual meals sits in the room's bay window. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

A rustic wood wall sits behind the new dining table. 

Drew's Kitchen, Before

Before the renovation, a dated, built-in cabinet sat at the end of the kitchen space. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

Drew updated the space with a chalkboard feature wall full of open shelving. A built-in bench seat creates extra seating for meals or gatherings. 

Drew's Kitchen, After

The chalkboard wall is a focal point in the new kitchen.

Hello, Cousins!

John and Anthony pose with the chalkboard message Drew left just for them. (Despite his best efforts, Jonathan still took this battle — better luck next time, Drew!)