Team Jonathan takes on a similar home to Team Drew's: a 1967 tract-style house with five bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a current market value of $700,000. Homeowners Eli and Irina desperately want an updated master suite with more color, more closet space and a more efficient layout in the bathroom as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
Now, the kitchen flows seamlessly into the dining room. The updated flooring, gray color scheme and neutral accessories create an inviting space perfect for entertaining, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
Opening up the wall between what was previously two rooms creates a spacious suite that adds loads of value to the property. After a $6,920 investment, the space raises the home's potential list price by $16,390, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
Transformations by Team Jonathan that increased the value of the Oelbergers' home include an entirely remodeled bathroom, with new tiles and custom vanity as seen on HGTV Brother vs. Brother season 1 Finale.
The sitting area in the master bedroom suite as seen at the home of Peter and Anne Chung which was renovated by Team Jonathan on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. This sitting area is a soothing space that combines maroon and blue to create a home oasis.
Team Jonathan installed butcher-block countertops, a new stove, fixtures and a Brazilian cherry floor in this Brother Vs. Brother kitchen renovation. A stainless steel backsplash creates a modern, easy-to-clean surface.
On HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, Team Jonathan gave this kitchen a Brookfield™ under-mount double-equal sink, light gray countertops on the woodgrain cabinets, and an assortment of decorative plants. They minimized storage in the window sill to keep the room from looking cluttered.
Team Jonathan opted for a pair of midcentury modern chairs as part of its living room makeover on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The low-slung seating brings a bit of retro flair to the sitting room with a painted brick fireplace.