What was once a small cold entryway and sunroom is now a new dining room that sits behind the Miller family's living room. Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, from HGTV's Cousins On Call, tore down the old wall and french doors that separated the two rooms, as well as the old ceiling. With a taller ceiling, and new wooden support beam, this room is not only twice the size, but it makes the whole house feel larger and brighter. The dining room table was made by the cousins themselves, and the chairs and accessories are CB2.
Custom cabinetry in a light gray finish lines the perimeter of this kitchen, making the bright white island stand out. Lighted upper cabinets feature inset resin panels, and under-cabinet task lighting is helpful for food preparation. Oil-stained wood floors tie in with wood-topped swivel barstools and warm up the space.
The custom walnut and bronze door and bronze stair railing, designed by architect Steev Wilson, complements the warm walnut used in the light-filled entry. A handcrafted pendant light by Kevin Reilly hangs in the space as does mixed media artwork.
HGTV Design Star contestant Mark Diaz designed and built custom headboards despite warnings from his mentor David Bromstad about the time limit. The judges love the idea of the built-ins because they add division and privacy to the powder blue space, but they immediately notice that Diaz ran out of time and the headboards are unfinished.
A stunning tiered chandelier illuminates this open staircase from top to bottom. The custom light fixture features glass pendants in bold, vivid colors, lending spunk and pizzazz to the classic stairway.
The elongated foyer runs the length of this portion of the home and is furnished with rustic console tables custom made by furniture artisan Clint Harp. Potted plants and an exposed beam ceiling made from reclaimed lumber add eye-catching finishing touches. Natural light illuminates the space.