Bright white walls stand out against the mint green ceiling beams in this living room. A pair of second-hand chairs reupholstered with a graphic black and white fabric, and a red and pink area rug pull the airy, bright room together.
Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott in Front of the Magnusen home in Los Angeles, CA as seen on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs Brother.
HGTV's Property Brothers transformed this small bathroom with luxurious tile and updated fixtures. The shower's iridescent backsplash shimmers against peacock blue walls and the gray bathtub surround. Gold trim tile is an edgy touch.
Hosts Drew Scott (right) and Jonathan Scott hope to find a family-friendly home with a gourmet kitchen and outdoor entertaining space that makes their clients feel "Welcome," while meeting their specific needs, tastes and budget.
MASTER BEDROOM, AFTER: The wall between two bedrooms was removed to make space for this stunning master suite. The new bedroom is warm and inviting with new hardwood floors, a sitting area and room to exercise.
This unexpected kitchen design has an eclectic look with its combination of white and dark wood cabinetry. The white, glass-front upper cabinets brighten the room, while the dark wood of the of lower cabinets coordinates with the black countertop and light wood flooring — adding a sleek look.
A skylight and 12-foot accordion bi-fold door let plenty of natural light in, while the doors also show off a view of the beautiful backyard from this airy living room. A contemporary blue sectional pairs nicely with the more rustic TV console, as well as the industrial-style coffee table.
HGTV's Property Brothers transformed this once-drab dining room into an industrial masterpiece with a little extra elbow grease. The dining room is given a masculine feel with industrial pendant lights, a cool gray color palette and a series of canvases that depict an airplane.
HGTV's Property Brothers reupholstered vintage club chairs in an electric blue fabric to brighten the mood of this dark sitting room. Bamboo blinds, quirky tabletop decor and an industrial end table combine for an eclectic blend of styles.
A subtly marbled white countertop waterfalls over the edges to the floor of this long kitchen island. Hanging above, a mix of shapes form a pendant light display with a warm glow from the copper colored interiors. The surrounding white elements of the kitchen keep the space looking light and spacious.
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