As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, the open floor plan in this renovated family room has a wonderful flow into the adjacent kitchen. A fun patterned rug and light green tufted ottoman add colorful interest to the otherwise neutral living space.
Team Drew transformed this breakfast nook with a fresh coat of paint and layered lighting on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. They opted for an L-shaped banquette with graphic throw pillows to serve as seating around the cool retro dining table.
An ornamental structure above the fireplace in this contemporary living room is an interesting focal point that adds depth and offers two ledges to display vases or other knickknacks.
This contemporary dining room has an all-over gray palette accented by vibrant pink and orange striped wall hangings. A rectangular wood dining room table is surrounded by a bench on one side and light wood chairs on the other, while an artistic pendant light hangs overhead.
As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, hosts Drew (left) and Jonathan (right) Scott pose for a portrait in the living room of Team Jonathan's project home in the Atwater Village neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Team Drew's win evens the score back up. Who will break up the tie in the third challenge?
This master bathroom seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother was transformed by Team Drew. They replaced the old wallpaper with new paint, installed new floor and shower tiles and a new vanity.
Team Jonathan installed butcher-block countertops, a new stove, fixtures and a Brazilian cherry floor in this Brother Vs. Brother kitchen renovation. A stainless steel backsplash creates a modern, easy-to-clean surface.
This run-down bathroom was falling apart. Eric added all-new features, like this bright new double vanity. He also combined a tub and shower and added a linen closet. The $5,659 investment resulted in $10,000 of added value, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
A soft gray and white color scheme gives this contemporary bedroom a relaxing aura, while a bright yellow throw pillow provides a nice pop of color. A unique chandelier, mirrored nightstands and a matching bar cart are glamorous accessories in the space.
Opening up the wall between what was previously two rooms creates a spacious suite that adds loads of value to the property. After a $6,920 investment, the space raises the home's potential list price by $16,390, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott in Front of the Magnusen home in Los Angeles, CA as seen on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs Brother.
This very simple white bedroom makes the bed the main attraction with an unexpected but stylish layering of colors and patterns for the bed linens and accent pillows. A boldly graphic rug is a cool counterpart.
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