As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover, soft gray cabinets and a new backsplash give this galley kitchen a modern update, and an additional row of counters was added on the right to add functionality. An exposed wood beam and portable island separate the kitchen from the dining room.
Pale blue paint and contemporary furnishings transformed this once worn-out living room from HGTV's "Cousins Undercover" into a bright, cheerful oasis. The holes in the ceiling were patched and painted, making the space look clean and fresh.
What was a dark cramped part of the kitchen, is now a bright open airy place. The kitchen wall is gone and the bright colors of the cabinets help light up the room, as well as the additional light from the dining room area. As seen on HGTV's "Cousins Undercover."
Minimal furniture, a smart game table that expands, light colors, and floor pillows make this a great space to relax, hang out, or play games.
The banquette offers enough room for the whole family to eat together. Built-in planters house herbs for cooking and bring color to the white space. The windows keep the space bright and highlight the purple pillows in the widow bench. Black wooden chairs provide seating on the other side of the table.
Featured on HGTV's "Cousins Undercover," this cottage-style open shelving along with the white cabinetry, warm wood tones and reclaimed wood paneling makes this kitchen feel light and airy. The butcher block countertop lends visual interest and warmth, giving it a true cottage feel.
Anthony of HGTV's "Cousins Undercover" and his team took to the roof, which had to be completely re-sheathed because it was caked in moss and threatening to cave in. The flimsy 3/8-inch plywood was replaced with more sturdy 3/4-inch plywood to protect all the work the cousins would do inside the home.
This deep blue living room gets lightened up a touch with the exposed beam natural wood ceiling. The same contrast is seen with the neutral sofa and dark blue area rug, while a reclaimed wood coffee table completes the look. Large windows allow natural light to stream into the room, giving it a bright and airy appearance.
New hardwood floors, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances are simple solutions to the overbearing green-and-red color scheme that once plagued this kitchen from HGTV's Cousins Undercover. A large farmhouse sink makes cleaning up easier, and new shelves provide an open alternative to the closed-in cabinets.
Space is utilized well int his open design home. A banquette table and window bench seating allow for extra floor space in the dining area. Purple pillows bring a splash of color while black chairs add simple, sleek lines to the design. A long table rests against the back of the sofa to solidify the divide between the dining and living room.
Electric blue walls draw you into this living room, first seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover. A rustic coffee table and pale wood ceiling tone down the colorful walls, while a black built-in bookcase helps to organize books and display family mementos.
As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover, the newly remodeled kitchen of the Weber family home features an open concept with the old wall removed that separated the kitchen and dining room. The new kitchen has new cabinets, new kitchen appliances, new kitchen island with butcher block top and a new 12-foot glass door leading out to the new deck. (after)
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