A cozy club chair adds seating in a gray living room that was renovated by HGTV's Property Brothers where a mix of new and antique furniture and accessories add charm and creates a collected-over-time look.
This living room, featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, is decorated with a mirrored end table, modern style chair and a grouping of framed photos on the wall. A metallic lamp with drum shade provides the illumination.
HGTV's Property Brothers transformed this once-drab dining room into an industrial masterpiece with a little extra elbow grease. The dining room is given a masculine feel with industrial pendant lights, a cool gray color palette and a series of canvases that depict an airplane.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott installed new terrazzo tile floors and a custom vanity with under-mounted his-and-hers sinks in this master bathroom. White subway tile surrounds the new tub and rain shower.
HGTV's Property Brothers not only painted the walls in this country kitchen, they painted the hardwood floors, too. A glass tile backsplash adds the perfect hint of sparkle below white Shaker-style cabinets, while a stand-alone island contributes to the country style with a butcher block countertop.
This kitchen, seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, was enlarged by taking down the wall between the pantry and dining room. The kitchen is painted navy blue with white cabinets and a dark-stained wood island.
Custom-made curtains in a quatrefoil pattern pop against the blue walls of this living area, as seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers. A trellis-style shelf holds flowers and accessories that add a traditional garden atmosphere to the room.
HGTV's Property Brothers transformed this dining room with dove gray walls and a metallic drum pendant. A steel-wrapped dining table and sturdy wooden shelves are industrial counterpoints to the contemporary dining chairs and graphic textiles.
Soft green walls brighten the mood of the entire room. Jonathan brought in stainless steel appliances, a sparkly glass tile backsplash, granite countertops and a modern sink with a vintage feel. An antique table used as an island is the height of shabby chic, as seen on HGTV's Property Brothers.
In this makeover by the Property Brothers, a built-in bench next to the wine cooler lets guests enjoy a glass of wine and mingle in the kitchen while meals are being prepared. With storage cabinets underneath, no space is wasted.
This wood and metal shelving unit contrasts with the traditional furniture pieces in the living room. The bright floral artwork, created for the homeowners, adds a punch of color to the space designed by HGTV's Property Brothers.
The Property Brothers completely renovated the kitchen, giving it a new layout and appliances. The addition of a gray subway tile backsplash arranged in a herringbone pattern gives the space a one-of-a-kind element.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, plum-colored wallpaper and neutral grey paint bring drama to the small eating nook. A square whitewashed wood kitchen table is functional for eating and entertaining. Three wicker chairs complement the table and add texture to the space. The light fixture (made from a brass birdcage) is a romantic twist.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, the focal point of this bright yet cozy living room is a brick fireplace with a white faux finish. The wood-and-metal coffee table and acacia wood flooring balance the more feminine, floral window treatments. Jonathan and Drew had the rose-colored mirror (a family heirloom of the homeowners) custom framed for the mantel.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down this kitchen's original low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new island, outfitted with eye-catching blue chairs, serves as both a casual eating area and an extra work space. The copper light fixtures hanging above the island add color to the design.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, this kitchen was redesigned with gray-stained maple cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and stainless steel pendant lights above the island. The wall between the kitchen and living area was removed, creating a more open look and a better flow between rooms. As a finishing touch, the new breakfast bar was outfitted with modern-rustic barstools.