The removal of walls has allowed for more space between the new island and the other side of the kitchen, giving the family the space to all be in the kitchen together. Brand new counter tops brighten up the space and give it a clean feel.
By knocking down one wall, Drew and Jonathan Scott were able to create a light, open atmosphere in this once cramped kitchen. A new island with a built-in sink and dishwasher is the perfect centerpiece, combining style and function.
Jonathan and Drew removed the walls that closed off the Horsman house and have made the space open and inviting. Now, there is a clear sightline from the kitchen through the living room, allowing the Horsmans to keep an eye on their kids from anywhere on the first floor.
Jonathan and Drew wanted to get rid of the old mismatched sofa and make room for a formal dining area in the Horsman home. The reflective chandelier creates more brightness in the room and the pop of color in the painting draws in your eye.
A wallpaper accent wall is much cleaner than the painted circus stripes this master bedroom used to have. The space feels brighter and cleaner as your eye is drawn through the space.
Drew and Jonathan wanted to create a bright, open living room space. Light flows into the space from the huge window at the end of the room, while the light wall colors and neutral furniture help to reflect that light. Soft color can be found throughout the space in the accessories on the wall, furniture and tables.
After opening up and including the old family room area into kitchen, the new kitchen is almost twice as large as most other homes in the neighborhood. New paint, light colored custom cabinetry, a fireplace, stainless steel appliances, and a contemporary layout with large center island and breakfast nook make this new kitchen the central hub of the home.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa wanted a mature space to entertain friends, so Drew and Jonathan designed a contemporary space for the couple. By lightening up the wall shade, they were able to brighten the space, making it seem larger. Then, they brought in new, modern furniture that provides plenty of seating for a small gathering. The modern end table and lamp help to brighten up the space as the metallic water bar at the end of the space reflects light back into the rest of the room. Pillows and artwork adorn the space to add splashes of color.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa's living room was dark and mismatched with different colored earth tone walls and large, dark furniture. Lightening the wall color and creating a defined seating area creates a mature and appealing living space.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa's kitchen hardly even worked before and their dishwasher was being used for storage. Now they have more storage and a better layout, not to mention brand new working appliances.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa's living room was dark and mismatched with different coloured earth tone walls and large, dark furniture. Lightening the wall colour and creating a defined seating area creates a mature and appealing living space.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa's dining room used to house a filing cabinet and it was used mainly as a play area. Now the space is modern and chic and perfect for entertaining. The breakfast bar adds extra seating as well.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa's kitchen had a large table that overwhelmed the room. Replacing it with a smaller table and more streamlined chairs makes all the difference in creating a more functional space.
Hezekiyah and Nyahsa's bedroom now looks like a grownup and sophisticated room as opposed to the eclectic mess it was before. Now, this is a tranquil place where they can relax.
Cameron and Krystal wanted a grown up space to entertain their friends and family, so Drew and Jonathan brought in some modern furniture and updated the details of their outdated home. The neutral colors of the walls sofa, and chairs are complimented by natural elements around the doors and windows. The brothers then added color to the space by choosing warm blue and copper accent pillows and chrome candlesticks, chandelier and table lamps to help reflect light into the room.
Painting out the wood in Cameron and Krystal's bedroom as well as removing the dark wood furniture creates an open and peaceful retreat. The new light furniture pieces brighten the space and additional storage reduces the chaos.
This newly remodeled living room gets lots of light from the two large windows on the back wall of the room. Two full sofas give the space plenty of seating, while the end tables, coffee table, lamps, mirror and mantelpiece help tie together the contemporary style the hosts of Buying and Selling, Drew and Jonathan Scott, were hoping to achieve.
This contemporary living room is open and bright. They have added stylish, contemporary furniture to spruce up the space. The luxury suede couch provides comfortable seating, while the throw pillows and accents provide some color to the space. The end tables and lamps help to add light to the space and further the brothers' contemporary design.
This artwork helps to bring color to a contemporary space that Drew and Jonathan have created. The chairs help to add seating, style and color, while the table ties together the contemporary style.
Drew and Jonathan Scott have designed a space that is bright and airy. Lots of natural light comes into the room through the large window to the right, while the reflective chandelier hanging from the ceiling helps to make the room even brighter. The bright feeling is aided even further by the metallic lamps that reflect light back into the room. The yellow accents bring to mind rays of sun, while the light walls and white furniture and carpet help give the space a clean look.
Noam and Ella needed more space in their home, so Drew and Jonathan turned the spacious master closet into a welcoming second bedroom. With plenty of natural light coming in through the large window and even more light emanating from the light fixture above, the space feels much larger than it is, and is very bright and inviting. The brothers used the daybed to draw the eye, with bright, luscious pillows and smart artwork above. The floating shelves and clock to the right help to break up the space and make it more personalized.
Drew and Scott designed Daniel and Vanessa's kitchen to have a clean, contemporary look. With grey custom cabinets and a white subway tile back splash, the space is warm and inviting. They use natural pops of color such as the fruit and flowers to brighten up the space.
Drew and Jonathan transformed Daniel and Vanessa's master bedroom into a bright, inviting space perfect for relaxing. The neutral walls and window treatments help to brighten up the space and take advantage of the natural light that enters the room through the large window behind the bed. The rich colors and sleek furniture the Scotts have put into the room help to make the space warm and inviting.
Because Lolita and Anthony have such a large family it was very important to them to have a big dining space. By removing walls they now have a dining room for the whole family.
By removing the dark leather couches and large screen TV, Jonathan was able to create a modern and chic living space. Using throw pillows and art to add color make a big difference to the space as well.
A coat of paint and some new furniture and art creates a bedroom oasis for Lolita and Anthony. The colourful pillows and art create interest on the walls and bed.
The brothers designed a master bedroom oasis for Santino and Andrea with lush bed linens and pillows. Those features are accented by black wood end tables and bright, reflective lamps on either side of the bed to bring more light to the space. The focal point of the space is an accent wall that is covered with wallpaper. The tree photograph above the bed helps to bring a little nature into the space.
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Busy parents Lazarus and Evonna's dream home turned into a nightmare when a foundation problem drained all their renovation money. So while they're ready to relocate to a move-in ready property with plenty of room for their three growing kids, their dated interiors are holding them back. Drew and Jonathan step in with a plan to transform the couple's current home into a showpiece. And while Jonathan gets busy with the ambitious overhaul, Drew soon learns that restoring the couple's faith in real estate agents is a tough job. Jonathan uncovers a potentially costly problem during the bathroom demolition and later settles a painting wager with Lazarus on the basketball court. Meanwhile, Drew slowly wins the couple's trust, one house tour at a time.
With three-year-old twin girls and a baby boy, ex pro-footballer Adesola and his wife Jennifer are desperate to find a bigger nest. But with its rainbow palette, disastrous master bath, and toy-filled interiors, their house just isn't ready for the market. Drew and Jonathan agree it will take more than a makeover to sell the couple's house at top dollar. And while Jonathan gets busy with a major overhaul, Drew leads the search for a move-in ready property. When a potentially lethal hazard is uncovered, the family must relocate to a hotel. And when a key deal falls through, the house hunt is back to square one.
Fire chief and single dad Joe lives in the suburbs with his two teenage daughters. But the non-stop driving is taking its toll, and they're desperate to trade their detached home and crazy commute for a downtown condo with all the perks. That's when the Property Brothers come to the rescue. Because unless Drew and Jonathan step in to modernize the family's bland home, Joe and the girls won't be able to afford their expensive urban upgrade. Jonathan enlists the entire family to help transform their bachelor-pad interiors with an eye-catching makeover. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a move-in ready condo that will fit Joe's budget and his daughters' high-octane wish list. But the problem with downtown living is the bedrooms get smaller while the price tag increases.
A hardworking single mom who loves providing for her family, Jonie didn't hesitate when her eldest daughter Taisha asked to move back in with her own young daughter. But while Jonie's heart is huge, her home isn't. And after five years, their cramped quarters have put a serious squeeze on their lifestyle. Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew step in to turn things around. But in order to get the family of five into a larger and more expensive home, they've first got to spruce up the one they've got. Jonathan tackles a contemporary transformation that includes an irresistible gourmet kitchen. And though Drew works overtime to find a budget-friendly suburban property that matches the family's wish list, the house hunt eventually leads them outside their comfort zone.
Noam and Ela's suburban party pad suited their lifestyle when it was just the two of them. But with the arrival of a baby girl, they've got an all-new outlook and need a house that better suits their growing family. The problem is, they can't sell their current home for top dollar until the inside of their home gets a full make-over and their overgrown front garden gets some much-needed curb appeal. Jonathan and Drew are determined to solve the couple's real estate woes. Drew sets out to find them a sprawling budget-friendly income property and Jonathan's renovation plan includes turning a makeshift walk-in closet back into a bedroom. Meanwhile, the search for the couple's forever home proves trickier than expected. Ela throws Drew a serious curve ball as he struggles to match the couple's oversize wish list with their limited budget, but Drew is able to come up with a shrewd solution that puts a smile on everyone's face.
With baby number two on the way, busy parents Krystal and Cam are eager to swap their high-maintenance century home for a turnkey property. But while the home has plenty of character, its dated layout, microscopic kitchen and long list of much-needed renovations are preventing them from making the move. Jonathan steps in with a renovation plan designed to maintain the home's signature charm while giving it a luxurious modern update. But he uncovers a potentially costly fix during the bathroom demo. Meanwhile, Drew's challenge is getting the couple to agree on a wish list. Krystal's traditional tastes clash with Cam's modern sensibility, and so the search is on for a dream home that will satisfy them both.
Nyahsa and Hezekiyah bought their current home at a great low price intending to spend their savings on updates and repairs. But shoddy workmanship and half-completed repairs have turned their dream home into a reno nightmare. And now with their savings tapped out, it's up to the Property Brothers to fix their home and find them a move-in ready new property. Jonathan and Drew step in to rescue the couple from real estate limbo. And earning their trust is step number one. Jonathan vows to restore their faith in contractors and promises to rip everything out and start from scratch. But during the kitchen demo he uncovers a health risk so dire the couple must move out of their home. Meanwhile, between budget restrictions and extra renovation costs, finding the couple a house with everything on their wish list proves tricky. That is, until Drew comes up with an innovative solution that could have everyone smiling.
With their children's education on the line, Kathy and Michael need to move or their daughters will have to change schools. And in order to buy into the exclusive neighboring school district, the couple will have to sell their current home for top dollar. The only problem is the property is nowhere near the top of its class. Jonathan takes charge of the renovations, overhauling the home's tired interiors and transforming the dated kitchen into a culinary showpiece. Meanwhile, Drew leads the couple on an exhaustive search for their forever home. Kathy and Michael are determined to find the perfect house, but soon discover they'll need to be flexible with either the property or the price tag.
Daniel and Vanessa have outgrown their starter home. With a baby on the way, they've got just two months to find a larger home where they can put down roots for good, and entertain their huge circle of family and friends in style. Drew and Jonathan step in with a solution. In order to get the couple into their forever home, the brother's plan starts with an overhaul of their current property's lackluster interiors. Jonathan comes up with an ingenious solution for a potentially nasty surprise in the kitchen, and later enlists Vanessa's artistic flair to help stage the home for sale. Meanwhile, Drew's main challenge is keeping the couple in the same exclusive neighborhood and finding them a budget-friendly property that satisfies his need for a man cave and her yen for bling.
Alisha and her contractor husband bought a sprawling fixer-upper they planned to transform into their dream home. Tragically he passed away last year, leaving Alisha to raise their four-year-old son and maintain the ramshackle five-bedroom property on her own. Alisha is desperate to buy a smaller maintenance-free home, but knows her current property needs a major makeover before it's ready for market. Drew and Jonathan step in with a creative plan to make the most of her limited budget. In order to get top dollar for Alisha's place, Jonathan undertakes an ambitious ten-day makeover that stalls when demolishing a stone accent wall proves tougher than expected. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a brand new suburban home and help Alisha navigate the bittersweet journey along the way.
A family tried rural living for a few years but soon realized maintaining a 10-acre property is a full-time job. Now they're on the hunt for a turnkey property that's closer to friends and work, but they need Jonathan's help sprucing up their 200-year-old farmhouse while Drew leads them on a house hunt.
Frank and Diana got into their million-dollar neighborhood a few years ago with a three-bedroom fixer-upper. But four kids later, the walls are closing in and they haven't even started renovating. Jonathan is determined to transform their tired old property into a luxury home buyers will love, and comes up with an ingenious plan to reclaim wasted space in the kitchen. Meanwhile, a cheeky Drew shows the kids what their over-the-top wish list looks like in real life, but finding the family's dream home will require a major compromise.
Danielle and Steve bought what they thought was the perfect suburban home, but then their jobs shifted, they had two kids, and now they're ready to move into a sprawling house even further from the city. In order to net top dollar from their current property, Jonathan vows to overhaul the cluttered kid-centric interiors, but a costly fix in the kitchen threatens to derail the budget. Meanwhile, Drew leads an ambitious house hunt that yields a home so good it has Danielle crying on the spot.
When they started out on their own, this couple's home had plenty of space. Now with two growing kids, they're desperate for more. The couple is eager to make a move and concerned that if they don't act fast, they'll be priced out of the market for good. The Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention to help get top dollar for the family's current home. Jonathan tackles an ambitious overhaul while Drew takes charge of the house hunt. The brothers are working hard, but will the couple be able to agree on the perfect location?
With hectic work schedules, two kids under the age of four and a house that needs tons of work, fireman Dan and nurse Olivia are feeling the heat. Although they're desperate for a fresh new start, their current fixer-upper is holding them back. Along with a crew of off-duty firemen, Jonathan gets started on a massive kitchen reno where he discovers a cost-saving strategy right under his feet. Meanwhile, Drew follows his hunch to deliver the perfect turnkey home, and even steps in to babysit while Olivia and Dan get some much-needed time off.
Mike and Steve lived comfortably in their cozy cottage for a decade before they started adopting. But now with four energetic children under one tiny roof, the family is desperate for more space. Their charming home has tons of potential, but after two years on the market, it's clear that its best features are hidden behind clutter and some shortsighted design choices. The Property Brothers step in with a price-conscious renovation plan that's guaranteed to turn things around. Jonathan goes full-tilt with an ambitious main floor makeover and a strategy to improve the home's curb appeal. Meanwhile, Drew eventually shifts gears with the house hunt and hopes for a homerun with a 200-year-old property with a surprising list of family-friendly amenities.
Sheryl and Frank's suburban neighborhood was a welcome change when they were looking to grow their young family, but with two soon-to-be teenagers, they're ready to find their forever home. The Property Brothers are determined to make it happen, but Frank has been burned before and doesn't trust agents or contractors, which could be a huge challenge. Superhero agent Drew pledges to be honest -- even if it hurts -- and is confident the results will speak for themselves. Meanwhile, Jonathan gets Sheryl and Frank on board for a budget makeover, but getting them to pitch in proves more difficult than he'd imagined.
Beth and Chris thought they'd found their forever home, but things have changed and they're now putting their four-year-old twins first. The couple wants to move to a better school district, but the school year is fast approaching and time is running out. Jonathan uncovers some bad news while trying to transform the style-challenged property into a showstopper. Meanwhile, Drew leads a brave house hunt, but with so few properties on the market, the couple's priorities are soon put to the test.
Kim and Pete didn't realize how difficult it would be to raise three boys in a split-level property, so they are now looking for a spacious family-friendly home where they can keep an eye on their A-team. Jonathan tackles a three-week makeover designed to showcase the property's best features so it will stand out from the crowd. Meanwhile, Drew leads the hunt for a fully-loaded dream home, though satisfying the couple's long wish list proves tricky.
After two decades in their builder-basic starter home, single mom Paula and her daughter, Isabel, are ready for a step up. They need to renovate their current property to get top dollar, but Paula's faith in contractors is at an all-time low, and Drew and Jonathan's first job is winning her trust. She needs a last-minute pep talk before the walls come down, and then it's up to Jonathan to transform the lackluster interiors into a design-savvy showpiece. Meanwhile, Drew is determined to find his clients the perfect turnkey home near school and family.
A couple wants to downsize and is eager to sell before a subdivision floods their neighborhood with brand new homes, but their outdated property is making a lousy first impression. Jonathan steps in with a dramatic renovation plan, but Drew's house hunt is hampered by the couple's budget.
Michelle's starter home was the perfect size when she was single, but then along came Danielle and their three little ones, and now the cluttered and chaotic house is bursting at the seams. The Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention, and since Michelle bought the house at the top of the market, it's all hands on deck to ensure she recoups her investment. Jonathan undertakes an indoor/outdoor reno to showcase the home's unique character. Meanwhile, Drew leads the hunt for a spacious suburban home, but getting the couple to compromise on location is job number one.
Chandra and Tom bought their foreclosure home seven years ago, and it's been a DIY disaster ever since. Rather than adding to its value, their shoddy renovations have decreased the value of the property and now they're stuck in real estate limbo. Jonathan gets busy with an ambitious overhaul that includes turning a hot tub time machine into a tantalizing summer kitchen, while Drew leads the search for a new property. Chandra is prepared to tackle a fixer-upper, but Tom has his mind set on a hassle-free turnkey home.
A couple with three growing boys desperately needs more space, but they've only gotten one lowball offer on their home. Jonathan wants to boost the home's curb appeal but runs into a potentially nasty surprise behind a wall, and Drew's house hunting options are limited with the couple's strict one-mile search radius.
A couple with a new baby needs a bigger home, but they don't want to get saddled with a heftier mortgage. Jonathan is determined to transform the dated interior of their current home while Drew takes charge of the ambitious house hunt.
After nine years and two kids, this couple's suburban starter home is bursting at the seams. While they agree it's time to move on, they're in a standoff over where their new home should be so the Property Brothers step in to broker a solution. Jonathan begins transforming their builder's basic townhouse into a showpiece while Drew tackles an ambitious house hunt. There may be plenty of great options on both ends of the spectrum but the couple continues to debate the benefits of a convenient urban home vs. a country home that fulfills their wish list.
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