This transitional kitchen remodel from HGTV Star Season 8 for homeowners Jair and Tiffany Paz features a built-in breakfast bar with a custom bar top and stool seating. Designers Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood used plenty of warm neutrals, a window garden, and new glass-front cabinets to soften this kitchen space.
"HGTV Star" contestant Brooks Atwood used digital design and manufacturing to build and install the armature for this sculptural 3-D wall in a way that would have been impossible using traditional methods.
This eclectic dining room was designed by HGTV Star contestants Brooks Atwood and Tiffany Brooks during HGTV Star season 8. A dining table with chunky columnar legs makes a big impact in the small apartment space.
Taking advantage of the prefabricated construction method, "HGTV Star" contestant Brooks Atwood designed an environmentally optimized building shell for various levels of light penetration and ventilation through each room of the house. All of the materials used for the Caivano house are reclaimed, upcycled, recycled or sustainable.
HGTV Star contestant Brooks Atwood gathered this collection of vases and vessels to decorate the dining table, but both Sabrina and Vern found it over-accessorized. "It’s better to have one great item than a bunch of items that are fighting with each other," Vern said.
This dining table in the Northridge, California home of Jair and Tiffany Paz has been beautifully dressed by HGTV Star Season 8 contestants Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood. The designers have wonderfully combined glass jars of lemons with yellow and red flowers and a pair of black candles.
A stainless steel apron front sink is offset by glass-front kitchen cabinets and a window garden in the Paz family kitchen redesigned by Abby Vasek, Anne Rue and Brooks Atwood on HGTV Star Season 8. Cheery potted plants and a bountiful bowl of fruit add life to the neutral countertop and backsplash.
HGTV Star contestant Brooks Atwood based his concept for this city loft space on the idea that architecture can perform specific functions. For example, the wall in the bathroom folds in and splits open to become a medicine cabinet. He also made the closets double-sided in order to eliminate the need for another wall and save valuable square footage.