LIVING ROOM, AFTER: This living room feels like a completely different space. The now-vaulted ceiling and painted-white fireplace make the room feel very spacious and bright. Orange décor items add perfect pops of color and the space, overall, was updated by removing wood panelling from the walls.
Pendant lights with teardrop glass covers hang above a large kitchen island with white countertop and black base. White bar chairs line one side for a simple eat in area. White cabinets accentuate the spacious design of the room and stainless steel appliances keep with the clean, sleek look.
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.
BASEMENT, AFTER: Host Jonathan and Drew Scott (right) in the living room of the basement suite of a renovated Marietta, Georgia home.
Shiny marble countertop and white cabinets provide a clean backdrop for the metallic refrigerator, sink, and hanging lights in this Transitional kitchen. A bowl of fruit, flowers, and a standing plant add a touch of color to the neutral color scheme and the dark hardwood flooring in the attached dining room.
A sleek, sharp island fills the floor space in this shining midcentury modern kitchen. Mustard yellow bar chairs add a retro influence and counter the bright finishes of the walls and cabinetry. Gray and white tile create a full wall backsplash pattern behind floating shelves and a stainless steel range hood. Glass pendant lights bring extra light to solidify the bright finish.
By removing the low-hanging cabinets, this renovated kitchen opens up to an island with a casual eating area, creating additional food preparation space and storage. The kitchen island features royal blue painted stools and three copper pendant lights. The open nature of the kitchen and living room spaces allows for easy transition between the rooms.
Hardwood floors, additional lighting and a fresh coat of paint were added to the living room renovation of this Atlanta home featured on HGTV's Property Brothers. The brick fireplace was replaced by a contemporary surround and the room decorated with neutral contemporary furniture for an updated look.
A faux fur throw, blue comforter, gray throw pillow and navy tufted upholstered add color and texture to the smooth white surroundings of this bedroom. Small picture frames lined above the headboard add a personal touch without straying from the minimalist approach. Matching nightstands and table lamps sit on either side of the bed.
Gray and white hexagonal tiles pattern the wall for a large and decorative backsplash effect. Floating shelves stacked next to the window show off personal decorations and everyday dishes to decorate the room without cluttering countertop space. Woodgrain lower cabinets bring the midcentury modern feel and ground the light and airy look.
A stainless steel range hood fits between the white cabinets over this black stovetop and white countertop. A gray and white circular pattern backsplash decorates the solid color fixtures. Rose gold cabinet handles add a sheen to the room complimented by a matching utensil holder.
A curtain pattern introduces a touch of yellow accent echoed by the throw pillows and gold floor lamp. A dark gray-brown sectional grounds the lighter neutral tones used throughout the room. Nailhead trim on the armchairs and subtle fabric tuft on the sectional cushions add a polished finish to the pieces.
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.
A simple glass table is dressed with coffee table books, a candle, vases and fresh flowers for a thoughtful entryway display. A circular mirror creates a cool depth illusion with the changing of the frame thickness. Sconce with square lamp shades frame the mirror for a subtle shape contrast. The dark front door is well lit from the lighting fixture mounted above.
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