HGTV's Buying and Selling transformed this breakfast room with a cottage-style makeover complete with a beadboard accent wall. White chair rail helps to dress up the nook featuring a small round dining table and two-toned dining chairs.
The built-in shelves and spacious bench in this mudroom help you transition in and out of the house. Beadboard paneling and a tongue and groove ceiling lend an elegant country aesthetic to the space, while an Arts and Crafts pendant light shines from above.
Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines completely transformed the Jonklaas's kitchen by removing the wall to the dining room and creating a more open flow to the space. They decided to keep the original cabinets, but to paint them bright white and to add new hardware. Wood floors, granite countertops, a natural stone backsplash and stainless appliances were installed. The outdated wallpaper was removed and the walls were painted light blue. Two modern pendant light fixtures illuminate a new kitchen island, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
With a "Keep It Simple" motto, the homeowner wanted a transitional kitchen that was family friendly. Sleek cabinets with integrated finger pulls evoke a contemporary look, while a tongue-and-groove feature wall and subway tile inside the upper cabinets brings a touch of bistro chic. The window is dressed in a simple Roman shade, perfect for controlling light.
A coffered ceiling with beadboard adds character and texture to the homey cookery in HGTV Dream Home 2015. Recessed lighting and a perfectly-proportioned skylight create the ideal lighting combination in this bright, beautiful space. “I think everyone who comes in is astounded by the quality of the craftsmanship,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “The people who worked on this house are really proud of what they do, and it’s pretty exhilarating.”
This neutral cottage kitchen features shiplap walls, Shaker-style white cabinets, a white beadboard island with wood countertop, a seashell chandelier, and a breakfast area with banquette and black table.
Home Town hosts Ben and Erin Napier painted the floor design, removed the existing sheetrock to reveal the existing beadboard in great condition and relocated all bathroom fixtures to open up the floor plan.
As seen on Home Town, hosts Ben and Erin Napier installed new decorative shelving and reused some of the existing beadboard as a backsplash design feature in the renovated kitchen in the Campbell residence.
This home office located within a bedroom features a small white desk paired with a black leather office chair. White beadboard covers the wall and closet, while a window seat provides a place for relaxing with a book.
A jute accent chair injects natural texture to warm up this white bedroom. The board and batten fireplace connects with a beadboard-covered pitched ceiling and exposed wooden beam in true farmhouse style. The sleek black fireplace introduces a contemporary element to contrast with country-inspired elements.
A gravel stone walkway creates a quiet pathway to a classic covered front porch with a white beadboard ceiling and traditional black front door. A white wicker chair is positioned on the porch, offering a place for outdoor relaxation.
Contrasting bright white molding and light green beadboard walls bring a touch of coastal flair to this traditional sitting area and adjacent kitchen. Natural light from an alcove of windows fills the space and lets nature in. A set of French doors leads out to a screened patio dining area providing plenty of space for entertaining.
Many details were incorporated in this classic kitchen to give it dimension since the surrounding cabinets, counters and backsplash are white. Polished-nickel plumbing, hardware and custom grilles along with the island pendants add shine.