Monterey, California interior stylist Tamara Lee Beltran (https://designsbytamaralee.com/) has an eye for what looks good - and what could look good, given the right amount of TLC. Six years ago when she first laid eyes on what would be her home, it was a run down home in a traditional '50s California style that had been vacant for two years. The only things it had going for it were a seaside location and a new coat of beige paint.
The homeowner, a talented pianist, wanted a space for her piano. This placement allows her to play when entertaining from a central location. The dining room was large enough to provide the perfect location.
After personally crafting window treatments for her child's bedroom, HGTV fan AquaLuxe can officially add seamstress to her list of talents — one that already includes clever decorator and bargain shopper.
Team Drew from HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother gave this kitchen an updated look. The remodel features rectangular tile floor, wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a large circular light fixture. The neutral tones and well-lit environment give the kitchen a spacious look and feel. Mounted candles add warmth and a subtle decorative touch.
Designed by the talented midcentury architects Buff & Hensman, this home boasts stunning architecture. The hip, modern living room features a neutral color palette to emphasize the natural marble on the fireplace and the warm walnut floors.
This kitchen is the result of the efforts of HGTV Brother Vs. Brother contestants who created a custom and bright look for a once stuffy and staid kitchen. This kitchen once lacked character and color, but now it's an inspiring culinary workspace. "It's beautiful! It's like a chef's dream," says judge and Flip or Flop host Christina El Moussa.
Anthony Carrino and his cousin John Colaneri scour the streets of New Jersey with their family-based construction company looking to breathe life into old, dismal kitchens. Whether it's creating a vibrant contemporary design or a classic look, the Kitchen Cousins are always up for a challenge.
We've inherited or purchased artwork by friends and talented locals throughout the years including the metal Joe Peragine ant that hangs out in our dining room. What looks like a vintage amusement park game is actually an expert replica created by an artist friend.
Drew Scott poses in front of the Gereboff home in Los Angeles, CA as seen on season 1 of HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother. His team came closest to the actual value of the home, winning them the decision to renovate this home, or to pass it along to the other team.