The woodwork in this striking foyer was inspired by a historical plantation in Virginia. Walls are striped with pastel green, while the hardwood floors are painted in a decorative diamond pattern. The antique walnut bench and framed artwork are more traditional pieces in the design.
Natural light streams over the open floor plan of this Brooklyn loft highlighting the clean, modern design and bright, neutral color scheme. Deep navy sofas add a touch of rich color against the white painted brick walls and warm hardwood flooring.
This reclaimed wood kitchen island lends a rustic vibe to the space, which also features white diamond painted hardwood flooring. To save space, the wooden barstools were custom built to fold under the bar when not in use.
Whitewashed furniture brings a charming elegance to this dining room featured on HGTV's Design Star. Centered on a neutral area rug, the dining table includes two painted benches. Hardwood floors and paneled walls complete the casual, cozy look.
The Nonn's master bedroom after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan's team replaced the old wallpaper with a fresh coat of paint, installed hardwood floors, frosted glass closet doors, and brought in a decorative upholstered headboard and chair.
HGTV's Property Brothers not only painted the walls in this country kitchen, they painted the hardwood floors, too. A glass tile backsplash adds the perfect hint of sparkle below white Shaker-style cabinets, while a stand-alone island contributes to the country style with a butcher block countertop.
This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
]This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah surprised her clients with a bonus living and dining room makeover in addition to their newly renovated kitchen. She transformed this transitional space with a fresh coat of paint, new hardwood floors and eclectic furniture and decor in chic grays and neutrals to complement the kitchen's contemporary palette.