As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing kitchen was dark and outdated with wood paneling on all the walls, old metal cabinets, and a refrigerator stuck in the opposite corner from the kitchen. After the renovations, their Laurel, MS kitchen now features new hardwood floors, a complete redesign of the kitchen with bright walls, new cabinets, concrete countertops, a large island for entertaining, a new tile backsplash and bright colors to help the room stand out.
This country kitchen features custom blue cabinetry throughout, and a spacious island area with countertop seating. Built-in shelving provides a spot for organizing dishes and hanging tea cups, while an overhead chrome pot rack provides extra lighting for the kitchen island.
Soft gray-blue cabinetry surrounds this spacious kitchen with solid white countertops. A white farmhouse sink blends seamlessly with the white counters while blue kitchen island has a black granite countertop to add contrast to the space.
What was a dark cramped part of the kitchen, is now a bright open airy place. The kitchen wall is gone and the bright colors of the cabinets help light up the room, as well as the additional light from the dining room area. As seen on HGTV's "Cousins Undercover."
A vintage stove with a flip-up top is full of old-fashioned charm. White walls and counters become a blank canvas on which to layer bright colors and textures like the subway tiles, even the wooden spoons!
The design goal for this master bedroom? A restful retreat that would pay homage to the owners' love of travel via industrial, modern and subtly glam elements. Dark colors and a cloud-inspired ceiling make the space moody and dramatic. Texture (shag rugs, velvet, metallics) bring in that desired luxe touch.
In the dining room, a custom-designed dining table features pulls on either end. When the table is expanded, live edge extensions are placed on top. Becky Shea, the designer of the room and the table, likes that this approach "avoids too much machinery and lets the wood do its thing."
The lackluster kitchen of a new construction home is reinvented as a high-design masterpiece. The biggest splurge is the storage-packed kitchen island, which is made of welded steel and silvered alder wood topped with a concrete work surface.