The demolished wall used to close off the Pasquellas' kitchen from the rest of the house, but now that the wall is gone, their entire downstairs has a more open, larger feeling.
The Kitchen Cousins were able to transform this space after taking out the old cramped broken stove that had a vent to the outside but did not work, this new cooking area will be a huge improvement in functionality, safety, and aesthetics of this kitchen. The new design not only looks great, but the green Moroccan back splash, adds a lot of color and life.
The Kitchen Cousins, Anthony and John, demolished the wall separating the kitchen from the rest of the house. They then chose colors such as yellow for the space's redesign to compliment the natural light that pours through the giant bay windows in the living room making the entire house feel more open and inviting.
We're cuckoo for these retro reproduction appliances from Big Chill. HGTV's Kitchen Cousins kept the original cabinetry and lighting, adding textured white countertops and wallcoverings to brighten the space.
Seidi Saida has had her kitchen rescued by Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri after it was gutted and abandon by her first contractor. Now she has a moroccan back splash, stone counter top and eating area, tons of cabinet storage, a prep area and wonderful accent shelves as well as new stainless steel appliances.
The Kitchen Cousins liked the look and color of the old kitchen cabintes in the Mai home. But the kitchen needed to pop and come alive. The Kitchen Cousins added sky blue retro looking appliances by The Big Chill to give the kitchen the edge and look that it needed. They also got rid of the old tile on the walls, and the old wallpaper on the ceiling. The kitchen is now brighter and more colorful than the original and has a hip new look.
Function meets style in this colonial-inspired kitchen. The range is inset into the island for easy access to the sink and refrigerator. On the other side of the island, a family-friendly dining area with three black barstools is the perfect spot for casual meals.
A light purple wall color surrounds sleek gray cabinetry and countertops, and a mosaic tile backsplash and patterned area rug bring texture to this soft space. The small black hutch provides a wet bar area and breaks up the solid purple wall color.
A copper range hood adds metallic glam to this traditional kitchen. Black kitchen cabinets with white granite countertops complement the classic, yet stunningly chic look.
Brilliant white cabinetry pairs well with the earthy gray countertops and backsplash for a clean, contemporary design. A bright orange adds a pop of color to the space.
The new living room at the Pasquella home is filled with color and life. The walls that separated the kitchen from the dining room and living room are gone. The old carpet is replaced by wood floors. A new couch by CB2, and a new rug by Genevieve Gorder fill the center of the room that once had no furniture at all. Brightly colored flowers and pillows add that extra burst of color and contrast to bring the room to life, while large bay windows help to bring the space to life. As seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins.
This updated kitchen offers a contemporary office nook with a glossy orange accent wall and convenient built-in shelving. A simple gray desk chair and plant decor offer the finishing touches to the space.
With new appliances, and cabinets, this kitchen has the rustic modern feel the Altermans were looking for. With all the extra cabinet space, much of the old clutter is gone, and it has a new clean, modern look.
John and Anthony liked the style and design of the original farmhouse cabinets, but they thought the kitchen could use some color, so the Kitchen Cousins decided on these sky blue retro looking appliances to add the color they were looking for.
With the kitchen moved back to the dining room, and the old fridge and cabinets taken away, the width of the dining room area feels as though it has doubled in size. And where there use to be a fridge and old cabinets, there is now a beautiful stone wall with a wine tap that sits above a stylish buffet cabinet, and gives the home a Tuscan feel as well. Design as seen on HGTV's hit show Kitchen Cousins.
Honed marble is prone to stains, so HGTV's Kitchen Cousins created a custom wood chopping block out of 100-year-old flooring salvaged from homes around the area. A burned-on Kitchen Cousins logo adds a custom touch.
What was once an uninviting entryway at the Nolte home, now has new walls and paint and has become a kitchen where you want to enter and stay. In the middle of the kitchen, the island is made of Caesar stone, a very low maintenance counter top that does not stain. As seen on HGTV's "Kitchen Cousins".
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