DINING ROOM, AFTER - It's almost unimaginable to think there was once a wall between this dining room and kitchen. The open concept seems very natural and meant-to-be.
This viewpoint highlights the open design of this living space. A pair of neutral armchairs in the living room have their backs toward the connected dining room and kitchen. The gold dining light fixture catches the eye and compliments the gold floor lamp in the living room. Paisley patterned gray and yellow pillows top the chairs for an accented finish.
The living room walls are painted a bright white, while the wooden beams are a soft, green accent. Two second-hand chairs and a sofa were reupholstered with fresh bright colors and prints, which adds to the airy, bright room.
A tufted deep navy headboard with nailhead trim adds a gorgeous color contrast to the bright white walls and linens in this bedroom. A lighter blue comforter, faux fur accent throw and gray pillow add simple and effective decoration over the bed. A line of full wall closet doors gets a subtle embellishment with crystal knobs.
DINING ROOM, AFTER: The dining room was painted a light blue color to contrast with the dark blue hue in the adjacent kitchen. The doorway between the rooms was enlarged and given a top window detail. An industrial chandelier serves as the focal point of the room.
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.
This transitional living space has bold plaid wallpaper as the accent wall behind a sleek black entertainment center and wall mounted flat screen. The gray color scheme is carried throughout the space with patterned carpet and sectional sofa. The blue and yellow throw pillows add color and contrast making this space comfortable and inviting.
This country kitchen has delicate light sage walls, clean white cabinets, a granite countertop, stainless steel appliances, and a metallic glass tile backsplash. A white farmhouse sink completes the look.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, this kitchen’s cabinets were refreshed with a deeper, richer stain, and small mosaic tiles in teal were installed as a colorful, contrasting backsplash. A hanging cage pendant light over the sink creates an interesting focal point.
Gray and white hexagon tiles create a full backsplash in this bright and cozy kitchen. A stainless steel range hood hangs over a built in countertop stove over woodgrain cabinets. Smooth, upper white cabinets leave the room feeling bright and airy.
In this living room featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, a cozy taupe armchair is positioned in front of a large window, creating the perfect reading nook. Bold orange accents add fresh style and color to the neutral space.
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