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.
This kitchen remodeled by Team Drew on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother includes a crisp white and gray color theme and stunning quartz countertops. At the far end of the room, there's enough room for a small dining table.
This guest bedroom received a makeover on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother, making the space not only functional, but stylish as well. This small nook was turned into a contemporary office space so guests feel right at home.
This remodeled kitchen, featured on HGTV's original series, Brother Vs. Brother, includes a large cream-colored island that is paired elegantly with rattan and wood barstools. Red and yellow accents are a bright contrast to the otherwise neutral decor.
HGTV's Brother vs. Brother transformed this master bedroom with a gray color palette, crisp white bedding and a stylish chandelier. Two-toned walls replaced the old wallpaper and dark hardwood floors are a welcome update from the worn-out carpeting.
Cool gray countertops and a breakfast bar flank the existing checkerboard floor in this galley kitchen. The small space feels large with a light color scheme grounded by a navy blue wall, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
Team Drew's completed kitchen renovation in the Gereboff home in Los Angeles, CA as seen on season 1 of Brother vs. Brother on HGTV. The team repainted the space as well as added new tile flooring, cabinets, countertops, and tile backsplash.
This living room, as seen on Brother Vs. Brother, was transformed from an awkward, lifeless space to a bright, cheery multipurpose room. The living area was reconfigured to create a more efficient layout with a key focal point and defined areas.
Team Drew transformed this breakfast nook with a fresh coat of paint and layered lighting on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. They opted for an L-shaped banquette with graphic throw pillows to serve as seating around the cool retro dining table.
Before, a partial wall isolated the island from the rest of the kitchen. Now, the homeowners can easily interact while they enjoy a bowl of cereal or the morning news at the updated breakfast bar, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
Eric and Melissa replace the old stand-up shower with a glass-enclosed, six-foot tiled version with his-and-her showerheads. They also combine the separate closets to create a large walk-in closet as seen on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother.
This distressed cabinet completes a bedroom space after the remodel, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan Scott's team replaced the old carpet with hardwood floors and applied a fresh coat of paint to give the room a new look.
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.
This stylish living room got a makeover from Team Drew on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. A decorative chair rail calls out the two-toned walls, while purple accents– including a pair of graceful accent chairs – play up the warm gray hues throughout the space.
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.
The transformed master bathroom as seen at the home of Pernelle Hayes and Shaun Hammond, which was renovated by Team Drew, on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The team installed a floating vanity, as well as a new lighting bar over the vanity.
A new family room replaces the old, outdated dining room in homeowners Susan and Ed Morrissey's home after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Green, red and neutral tones create a welcoming and fresh look to the space.
This run-down bathroom was falling apart. Eric added all-new features, like this bright new double vanity. He also combined a tub and shower and added a linen closet. The $5,659 investment resulted in $10,000 of added value, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.