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.
Barn doors don't intrude on floor space and make for an attractive pantry opening. The sliding doors reveal horseshoe shaped floating shelves with a natural wood look giving it a country design vibe. The shelf design leaves items easily accessible and visible.
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.
A crystal flush-mount light fixture adds a touch of glamor to this classic bedroom. Light blue bedding gives additional color in the space, and a white rug with a gold-colored pattern complements the subtle pattern in the bedspread. Two metal wire pendant lights flank the bed, adding a vintage flair in the room.
Black and white hex tile gives this bathroom floor a fun, polka-dotted appearance. A white vanity with sconce lighting lends a classic feel to the space, while cool gray walls pull the look together.
Navy walls provide a beautiful contrast to the bright white of the long desk and and cabinet. A metal "Chicago" sign is highlighted as the only wall decor. Metal tabletop details compliment the sign, and vases of flowers create a smart mix of styles. Black chairs create a sleek office look and tie in the black on the leopard print rug.
Black and white art gives a modern twist to the mantel display over this fireplace. Painted white brick, potted hydrangeas and a woven firewood basket create a textural mix to add intrigue to the simple look of the space. A small gray hearth is perfect for catching ash and wood and protecting the hardwood floor below.
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.
The rounded edges of the black dining chairs are a beautiful contrast to the sharp lines of this wood dining table. An artistic modern pendant chandelier hangs over the table adding eye-catching warm light over the dining space. A sunflower centerpiece arrangement compliments a patterned yellow rug and brightens the design for an inviting finish.
The cabinets in this rustic contemporary kitchen were resurfaced with a cool gray color and neutral stone flooring was installed. Dark carpet on the nearby staircase contrasts nicely with the kitchen's light color scheme, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.
Neutral colors keep this cozy room well decorated without feeling cramped. A fireplace surround provides beautiful texture with framing floating shelves for decorative display and storage. A zebra rug separates a leather tufted sofa and a pair of armchairs. The animal hide, rough brick, faux fur pillow and nailhead detailing add a pleasing mix of texture to the room.
This Van Nuys, CA master bedroom got a new look courtesy of HGTV's House Hunter Renovations. For this remodel, interior designer Doug Widand repainted the room and updated the furnishings.
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.
The master bedroom suite of this Encino, California home is now a cool retreat at one end of the home with a lavishly remodeled bathroom and easy access to the backyard swimming pool. Rustic touches like the large area rug compliment the home's California-modern design style and set off the austere marble of the soaking tub, floor and wall tiles in the master bath.
As seen on House Hunters Renovation, Meghan McElroy found her ideal home in this Spanish-style bungalow in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Meghan chose to restore the original hardwood floors throughout her new home, and the golden wood provides a beautiful natural palette for her furniture. The master bedroom includes a large en suite.
This extra bedroom wasn't being used, so the buyers created a giant custom walk-in closet, mixing elements of rusticity with glam details. The scale of the room and the vaulted ceilings make this space impressive.
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