After removing several walls and adding structural reinforcements, the kitchen of this Encino, California, home was opened up to a large living room with a sleek marble bar and renovated fireplace. A wine cellar will face the kitchen next to an informal dining space.
This renovated transitional kitchen blends modern amenities like the stainless steel appliances with older ones, like its original rich wood moldings featured around its doors and windows.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the home owner's moved the kitchen away from the front door and opened up the space to facilitate entertaining and to allow more light in from the cottage's western-facing windows. An expandable dining table gives the couple flexibility and saves space.
The homeowner decided to restore the original hardwood floors, and loves how the golden wood sets off the vintage details found throughout the house. Neutral basics like the matching grey sofas in the living room provide a simple palette for pops of color like the warm-toned pillows and drapery.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Robert Marra and Nathan Baynard found their ideal house in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. They created a contemporary office in one of the guest bedrooms using a bright blue/green color for the walls, to set off the black furniture, and placing a full-length mirror on one wall to bring more light into the room.
A gold fireplace trim pops against the sleek marble fireplace surround. A braided coffee table adds a textural element to the smooth finishes in the room. A white arm chair with skirt is decorated with a small palm tree throw pillow giving it a taste of tropical influence.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Kari Camelio and Rebecca Donohue both wanted a home with an open floor plan, lots of space for entertaining and a yard with a swimming pool. The master bedroom has a minimalist look with a contemporary platform bed, matching nightstands and modern lamps.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances for a fresh vibe. All of the wood is reclaimed and the varied tones and textures are set off beautifully against neutral grey cabinets, barstools and floor tiles.
This spare gray living room is accented by a darker gray accent wall, and livened up with a geometric area rug. The simple furnishings allow the colors and light to stand out.
HGTV's House Hunters Renovation did a number on this Los Angeles kitchen. The finished product includes dark hardwood floors and an olive green subway tile backsplash. Concrete countertops, stainless steel finishes and industrial barstools add an industrial touch to the transitional kitchen.
As seen on House Hunters Renovation, Meghan McElroy found her ideal home in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. During the renovation, Meghan completely redid the guest bathroom in this art deco style.
The use of long rectangular shapes creates a cohesive look throughout this sharp kitchen design. Warmer toned lighting casts a soft finish over the black and white color scheme. Boxy white bar chairs line the long marble countertop for an eat-in set up facing the kitchen.
Extra large white tile covers these kitchen walls stretching the backsplash throughout the room. A gold range hood shines in the light and draws the eye as a statement piece against the white fixtures. Glass doors lighten the look of built in cabinets.
This bathroom was renovated with very streamlined and understated design touches like its textured wall and the rich wood vanity.
To create a cohesive look create a color scheme for a room consisting of three to four colors and do not deviate from that palette. The result will be a cohesive and uniform look.
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