This modern dining room renovation from HGTV's House Hunters Renovation makes the most of the open floor plan of Josh Campbell and Mac Gaspard's Studio City, California townhouse. The space reflects the couple's desire for a loft-style home with ample light and minimalist design.
The owner's really wanted a master bathroom that had a hip hotel retreat like feel. Combining their modern and vintage style preferences they used a combination of modern amenities like heated floors and vintage charm like the refurbished freestanding cast iron tub to achieve this look.
The home owner decided to restore the original hardwood floors, and loves how the golden wood sets off the vintage details found throughout the house. She brought in her great grandmother's dining room table and chairs and is looking forward to entertaining friends and family.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Dax and Ashley Rohrer remodeled the entire interior of the home in the Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, installing hardwood flooring throughout and opening up the kitchen and dining area.
A beautiful green cabinet finish pops against a white subway tile backsplash and yellow wall. A long while island with wood countertop brightens the center of the room and is complete with exposed storage shelves. Copper pendant lights add an extra sheen to the stainless steel appliances.
Smooth cabinetry gives a glossy look around this bright kitchen. A marble tile backsplash adds a subtle touch of gray complimenting the stainless steel appliances. A small island is perfect for adding just a little extra countertop space and filing the open floor for a more cohesive design look.
Mirror doors create an elegant armoire exterior to match the sophisticated transitional style of this bedroom. Matching armoires frame a gray and white dresser complimentary to the cool-tone gray walls. A gray toned hardwood floor fits beautifully with the color scheme.
The home owner's of this Burbank, CA home entirely renovated the space, including widening the opening to the living room before installing wood laminate flooring, white Shaker cabinets and new appliances. The end result is an open, bright and modern kitchen as seen on HGTV's original series House Hunter Renovation.
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.
Green pattern decorations accentuate the retro influence in this bathroom design. A double vanity set up features his and hers gray sinks, mirror medicine cabinets and a distressed cabinet base. The small marble tiles of the backsplash compliment the floor tile. Green accents brighten the mood and look to finish off the design with a touch of fun.
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.
This contemporary white kitchen was updated with a large cut out into the dining room. Now, the homeowners have a cozy breakfast bar for eating and doing homework, all with views into the kitchen and backyard.
This casual dining nook gets its personality from the number of unique pieces that make up its whole. Loads of patterned accent pillows are welcoming on this roomy L-shaped banquette that does double duty with storage capability.
This spa-like bathroom, featured on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, incorporates a walk-in shower at the end of a double vanity. Round mirrors and under-mount sinks add a hint of sophistication to the durable concrete countertop.
After the renovation, the master bedroom in the Gubelmann's new home feels modern and functional, blending Alex's modern sensibilities with Fiona's more vintage taste to create the hip hotel retreat feel that the homeowners wanted. Double doors provide a dramatic entrance, while wainscoting and yellow walls warm up the space. The crown molding frames the ceiling and its spectacular chandelier, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.
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