In the kitchen area, David and Kortney wanted an open feel with a touch of color, so they framed the space with cabinets and counter space, leaving the room with plenty of functionality and the feeling of spaciousness. To add a subtle touch of color, the pair opted for mint green cabinets that would keep the space bright while adding a bit of interest.
The cousins of HGTV's Cousins Undercover transformed this kitchen using the homeowners' favorite colors. The space looks cool and fresh with minty cabinets, gray walls and new stainless steel appliances.
This family-friendly kitchen emits cottage charm in a modern way. The center island is within easy reach of the kitchen's stainless steel range and side-by-side refrigerator. The island offers seating, counter space for prepping meals and a handy sink.
This modern kitchen features dark wood cabinetry paired with mint green walls and a white subway tile backpslash. An industrial pendant light hangs over the stove area, while two additional ceiling fixtures also keep the space well-lit and cheery.
Delicate iron chandeliers above the marble island contribute to the traditional kitchen's elegance. The mint-green walls are a perfect color accent to the neutral cabinets and square sink tile. Tall neutral chairs allow seating at the island with a view to the shelved TV.
A neutral orange hue with marbled effect covers the high walls in this foyer. Beige molding and a natural hardwood floor finish create a calm, neutral palette to compliment the spacious feel. A mint green, glass door cabinet uses interior lighting to highlight trinkets and art stored inside. Gold greyhound statues frame the large arch doorway that leads into the home.
Wood reclaimed from a barn in Texas' Hill Country lines the ceiling of this butler's pantry, providing the newly constructed space with a sense of history. Matching scraps of wood are laid in a herringbone pattern below the counter to tie in with the ceiling, and the rustic wood is contrasted nicely with an elegant pendant light, mint-green cabinets with glass fronts and a marble countertop.
This give the kitchen in this home a little more functionality, David and Kortney added a small breakfast bar between the kitchen and dining room. This gives potential buyers the option of eating in a smaller, more intimate space or at their formal dining table.
Craftsman-style trim and custom millwork lends a well-established look in the kitchen of a new-construction home. Designer Jamie House selected a soft mint color for the cabinetry to add depth to this bright, light space and chose over-scale pendant lights to balance the scale of the large island.
In the living room downstairs, David and Kortney created an open concept first floor by removing the walls that had been standing between the kitchen, dining room and living room. This allowed the three spaces to take advantage of the natural light that comes in through the large windows, making these rooms feel brighter and more spacious.