Several solid colors come together in this contemporary living room. Braided wooden panels are mounted on the wall beside a blue accent section that connects down to a low bench and storage unit. Yellow pillows matching the yellow sofa contrast with the blue. A brown ottoman and green curtains complete the room.
The dining room of the Severn's remodeled home has been expanded and changed. The wall between the dining room and kitchen has been partly taken down and partly turned into french doors that create a second entrance. There are wood floors, new paint and a modern chic chandelier, as seen on Fixer Upper.
Two doors, which had provided access to storage and mechanical space were eliminated and replaced with a wall, making room for a large hutch with a vintage look. A third entry was left, but the standard door replaced with an antique door with mirror panes.
A wall between the entry and this room was removed and replaced with open railing. Now there's a sight line from the dining room and foyer into the office allowing for lots of natural light to flow throughout and for there to be an open flow that unifies the spaces.
The exterior of the Severn's home has been completely transformed by the addition of two sets of french doors, an open patio with outdoor seating, German Schmear on the brick, and fresh landscaping, as seen on Fixer Upper.