The dingy carpet was replaced with hardwood flooring, and the once inefficient space is now a multifunctional living and dining room with a cohesive color palette thanks to Drew Scott's team transformation on Brother Vs. Brother Season 2.
Designer Meg Caswell creates an entertainment center with traditional moldings and worldly charm. Tiled doors hide the TV when not in use, while the shelves are filled with finds from the homeowners' travels.
Bold, graphic patterns and lime green accents pop against bright white walls in this sleek, modern living room. True to modern design, minimal furnishings allow for distinct pieces to really stand out, as seen on Flip or Flop.
Bright orange chairs make a bold statement in this neutral and contemporary dining room. Dark hardwood floors and fresh white walls create an elegant vibe in this rehabbed space, as seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop.
A geometric floor design lays the ground work for this unique and contemporary kitchen. A neutral stone tiled floor, backsplash, and countertop creates an earthy vibe accentuated by huge windows that flood the space with natural light.
Team Drew tackles a 1967 tract-style home with five bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a current market value of $712,000. Homeowners John and Chasity think their master suite needs the most help with its outdated design and awkward layout. Melissa and Eric decide to focus their efforts entirely on the master bedroom and bathroom as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
This master bathroom is seen during the transformation on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan's team replaced the old green wallpaper and carpet with a fresh coat of paint and new tiles.
Plants are bushy and lush, topping out at 2 feet and yielding large leaves packed with rich basil flavor. Flowers form late in the growing season, so you shouldn’t have to spend the summer pinching buds on stems. With regular harvest, expect to pick one-half cup of leaves per week. 'Dolce Fresca' basil is a 2015 All-America Selections winner.
Perfect for front-of-the-bed plantings, this little rose grows to a tidy 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Deep pink 1-inch flowers fade to light pink as they age, ensuring your shrub is covered in pink shades all season long. Hardy in Zones 4-9. Botanical name: Rosa ‘BAIief’