Newly waxed hardwood flooring, a refreshing color palette and contemporary furniture revamp this once bland living room from HGTV's Flip or Flop. A tufted sectional carves out a comfortable seating area in the large space.
HGTV's Flip or Flop hosts Tarek and Christina El Moussa ditched the dated yellow cabinets once featured in this kitchen and opted for sleek dark wooden cabinets instead. Stainless steel appliances and knobs give this space a more modern look.
This traditional living room, a room makeover from HGTV's Flip or Flop, projects an upscale French style both in its color scheme and ornate furniture and accessory selections. The color palette includes white, silver and shades of gray, while the soft green in the pillows, throw and faux greenery mirror the colors seen from the window for a soft blend of hues.
This kitchen is the result of the efforts of HGTV Brother Vs. Brother contestants who created a custom and bright look for a once stuffy and staid kitchen. This kitchen once lacked character and color, but now it's an inspiring culinary workspace. "It's beautiful! It's like a chef's dream," says judge and Flip or Flop host Christina El Moussa.
The final challenge of HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother calls for quadruple the judging power. Jonathan and Drew bring in power couple and Flip or Flop hosts Tarek and Christina El Moussa and Love It or List It hosts Hilary Farr and David Visentin to weigh in on the teams' designs.
Woven baskets placed underneath the mudroom's console table offer storage for flip flops, towels and other items carried in and out of the home. Photos of beach life hang on the mudroom wall, bringing the coast indoors.
Bright teal walls greet guests in the foyer of the HGTV Smart Home 2013. Located in Jacksonville, Fla., the home has a coastal vibe, evident in the bold color choice. A built-in shelf with storage baskets makes it easy to stow flip flops and sunglasses, while mosaic tile stair risers add a beach-inspired vibe to the dark hardwood stairs.
Husbands Scott and Tony had a small wedding ceremony in Hawaii to celebrate their history together and make their union legal. They kept it casual with coordinated Hawaiian fabrics, leis and flip flops for the whole family.
A no-sew costume using everyday items like a pillowcase, cereal box, and flip flops to create a majestic, costume fit for Roman royalty. No sheet-wrapping involved, which means there’s no need to worry about the toga falling off during trick or treating.