Inside the new nursery that John Colaneri, and Anthony Carrino from HGTV's Cousins on Call have built for the Park family. The Park family own a flower shop, but have never had a place at home to grow and plant their own flowers.
John Colaneri, and Anthony Carrino from HGTV's "Cousins on Call", have built a nursery for the Park family, as well as redesigning the landscape in the backyard of their home. The Park family owns a flower shop, but have never had a place at home to grow and plant their own flowers.
The Parker family wanted their new space to focus on the family, so Chip and his team included lots of comfy seating. He also decided to take the focus off the television by hiding it behind a piece of artwork so that the family could focus on each other.
The Asian style gazebo and koi pond in the back yard that John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino from HGTV's Cousins on Call, have built for the Park family. This gazebo gives the Parks the perfect, serene space to relax and getaway from their everyday lives.
The Asian style gazebo and koi pond in the back yard that John Colaneri, and Anthony Carrino from HGTV's "Cousins on Call" have built for the Park family, is a place for the family to relax and enjoy. Before, their backyard had no shade, pond or landscaping. It was an unused space that could not be enjoyed.
The new Park family kitchen that has been built and designed by Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's "Cousins on Call". The cousins removed a wall that closed off the dining room area from the living room and kitchen to create a more open, functional and modern space. All appliances, cabinets, furniture,and accessories were provided by Ikea for a special promotional episode of Cousins on Call.
The Parker family wanted a space that was open and connected for their family that is very tightly woven. To help them achieve their goals, Chip and his crew knocked down several walls to open up the space. They kept the kitchen open by installing an oversized kitchen island to hold appliances and to help with storage concerns. The crew then added lots of seating for the family and inserted a homework station for the kids.
Candles, and plants offer multiple benifts as accessories to a room. Candles always add a feeling of brightness, warmth and color, especially if they are placed in colorful holders, or stained glass that reflects the colors. With plants and other organic natural materials, they also add color or become a design element, but even more so, they can really soften an area that is surrounded by hard cold materials such as wood, stone or granite. All accessories in the Park family home were provided by Ikea for a special promotional episode of HGTV's Cousins on Call.
The new Park family kitchen that has been built and designed by Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's Cousins on Call. The cousins placed a new island with a sink and granite countertops in the middle of the kitchen. It is next to the refrigerator and stove for convenience when cooking, and sits next to the dining room table for easy serving. All appliances, cabinets, and accessories were provided by Ikea for a special promotional episode of "Cousins on Call".
One of the Parkers' concerns was storage, so Chip and his design team added tons of cabinet space to store all of the family's belongings. They even added a kitchen island to help alleviate the storage problem.
The Parkers wanted a relaxing place for their family to spend time, so Chip Wade and his team of designers from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room knocked down the walls that used to separate the Parkers' kitchen from their dining room. By doing that, he lost some storage space, so Chip added an over sized island to alleviate the storage issues. Then the team added a lush sofa, an armchair and an oversized ottoman so that all of the Parkers would fit comfortably in their new space.
At the 2012 HGTV Dream Home, the finished landscaping, inspired by indigenous meadow grasses, caps the exterior design of this exquisite modern rustic ranch home. The beautiful 4000-square-foot home, located in Park City, Utah, was designed to resemble a family compound expanded over time.
A welcoming beacon for friends and family, the beautiful HGTV Dream Home 2015 is bound to be favorite spot for entertaining. Lucky for guests, there is plenty of space for parking and more than enough gorgeous views of Martha's Vineyard to go around.
The living area of this Manhattan penthouse includes separate zones for watching television and gathering around the fire, making this a comfortable retreat in the center of the city for the family of four. Hanging daybeds enjoy the view of Central Park.
By adding a striped pattern to the dining settees in this Park City, Utah vacation home, designer Susan Brunstrum complemented the color and patterns of the adjacent great room while creating a dedicated space for dining. The long wood table accommodates a number of hungry diners without overtaking the living and kitchen space.
Susan Brunstrum designed this great room using soft color and contemporary furnishings and accents to continue her Mountain Modern approach to this vacation home in Park City, Utah. For the cream-colored sofas, she added cobalt blue pillows with a graphic pattern for a pop of color. The star-shaped pendant light trio adds texture and elegance to the room as well.