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.
A distressed finish over this country china cabinet stands out agains the polished hardwood floor and bright white wall paint. The blue color of the trim peaks through the distress mark to frame the piece.
A distressed wood cabinet and vintage gold leaf mirror create a charming vanity set up. A gold nightstand echoes the vintage flair, but contributes a different finish. Mounted light fixtures are affixed around the mirror adding soft light to the natural sunshine from the draped window.
After giving thought to the cabinets' exterior, turn some attention to their intended use and interior features. "It used to be that we would place cabinetry in the room and make it functional," says Al. "Now every cabinet has a purpose." There are pullout drawers for pots and pans, oversize drawers for baking sheets and even high-tech under-counter cooling drawers that keep beverages and snacks within easy reach. Accessories like lazy Susans, built-in spice racks, drawer organizers and other cabinet extras make the kitchen a much more efficient and enjoyable place. Photo courtesy of GE Monogram
Varying sizes of mounted antlers hang above a gray, distressed antique cabinet with open middle shelf. A dark patterned arm chair sits in the foreground. The majority of color is provided by the large framed artwork of a flower garden and the small surrounding plants.
Channeling the lines and functionality of a classic hutch, a large glass-front cabinet hangs above distressed cabinetry in this quaint breakfast nook. Toile wallpaper is a chic French country backdrop for the collection of stemware.
A modern farmhouse kitchen was a fitting choice for the home, as it speaks to both the exterior and the pastoral setting. By painting the cabinets white to match the subway tile backsplash, the design team ensured that all eyes would be on the distressed blue island in the center. Two industrial pendants, recessed lights and large windows keep the space as bright as possible.
Skirted bedside tables were used in this traditional bedroom to soften the richness of the headboard and to add some color and pattern to the neutral space. A beautiful table skirt can hide a multitude of style sins, such as camouflaging a practical file-cabinet, or dressing up a perfectly sized — but perfectly ugly — flea market find.
The details in this South Carolina low country kitchen are absolutely perfect. The stainless steel of the cabinet hardware adds to the neutral, serene feeling in the space and nicely compliment the distressed, white cabinets. The backsplash, made of white subway tile, makes an elegant addition to the space, giving it a clean, timeless look.
Multi-colored distressed wood is the perfect frame for this rustic wet bar area. A small refrigerator is nestled in next to wood cabinets under the neutral countertop. A lantern shines light onto the shelf, perfect for rustic decorations and the unique stick candle holder.
Neutral distressed cabinets and dainty floral shades create a fabulous look for this chef's kitchen. Lots of counter space, a large island and top of the line appliances make for a dreamy, French Country-inspired design.
This French country kitchen uses design details to decorate the space creating a clutter free and polished look. Distressed cabinets add a vintage touch against the updated countertop. The black details pop against the light palette.