The new kitchen shines with bright countertops, all-new wood cabinetry and a sparkling tile backsplash. The space creates the perfect mix of high-end design and family-friendly style. "For a client who wants contemporary and traditional, they answered the call," HGTV Star judge Genevieve Gorder says.
As a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's Cousins On Call, rebuilt the Miller family's kitchen. With new cabinets, appliances, a large sky blue sink, and a refrigerator that is like a chalkboard, this kitchen is modern, convenient, and family friendly.
An oversized island with a sleek black waterfall countertop has plenty of room for eight chrome barstools. Matte-finished oak cabinetry pairs with a glossy tile backsplash for a masculine, monochromatic feel.
Creamy neutral tiles ground this transitional chef's kitchen, which features a large island for prepping, cooking and eating. Floor-to-ceiling custom cabinets provide much-needed storage, while open shelving is the perfect spot to display the homeowners' collection of copper pots.
Whether it's for roasting marshmallows with the kids or grown-up entertaining, the fireplace is an outdoor gathering spot for this family. A new retaining wall on the steep slope provided the terrain for this patio and new lawn. A berm of cryptomeria trees provides privacy from neighbors. Design by Mark Schisler
This young family needed a home office that is as bright and bold as they are. The emerald green desk adds a punch of color to the space, while a warm-toned area rug grounds the room. An oversized geometric light fixture nods to modern style.
When designing a bathroom for a busy family of five, Wanda Ely used a wide trough-style sink that lets all three children brush their teeth at once and added clever storage solutions to store everyone’s essentials. “The clients wanted a white bathroom with Scandinavian, spa-like feel with open shelving,” says Ely. “The floating, rustic maple shelves had holes routed out of them to fit various glass and metal inserts that help hold and organize their belongings. Stainless steel inserts hold toothbrushes, glass test tubes hold flowers, glass cups hold miscellaneous items like hair elastics and cotton balls.”
Designer Susan Fredman creates a colorful space for everyone in the family to enjoy. The media room features a play area for young kids with a chalkboard wall and a pool table so the adults can play too. Ample seating and floor pillows provide a spot for everyone to gather around the tube.
Bold, red area rug grounds the eclectic dining room. A simple wooden dining table is surrounded by Craftsman-style and traditional chairs, while graphic-printed curtains and artwork bring a contemporary jolt to the space.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room, the Jackson residence in Atlanta, GA is now fully equipped for outdoor entertaining and play area for the kids after the backyard renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade and his team. Renovations included a new outdoor entertaining/grill area, a trampoline, fire pit and seating area for guests, landscaping, and tumble mat for their three daughters.
This open concept kitchen is painted with warm neutral colors, has custom sage cabinetry, marble countertops, a mini fridge, stainless steel gas appliances, pendant lighting and plenty of space for entertaining.
Grooms John and John Henry had family and friends write down what they loved about the couple and words that described them. These words went into metallic shells and guests took turns reading the words during their beach wedding.