The Nonn's second bedroom after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan's team replaced the old carpet with hardwood floors, applied a fresh coat of paint and created an intimate reading nook.
Adjacent to the boy's room, this stylish sitting area features brilliant turquoise accessories, a plush gray sectional and a leather Eames chair and matching ottoman. Designed for both relaxing or watching a movie, the space is the perfect spot to hang out with friends and family.
Dorm room space is at a premium, so movable furniture is key. That's why we love this rolling, open storage. It's perfect for pantry storage, and you can steal a shelf for beauty essentials or office supplies when your kitchen stash is running low.
This spacious walk-in closet has wall-to-wall closets with doors made of glass. Inside these well-organized closets, shirts are hung on racks, organized by color and type. A white dresser to hold jewelry and accessories is positioned along one wall in this closet.
This living room has a beautiful color scheme that combines beige and turquoise. The neutral wallpaper is a beautiful accessory in this living room, while the turquoise sofa and chairs add a beautiful pop of color to the space.
A mix of colors and patterns puts a surprising spin on a sitting room. Toile, florals, polka dots and clean, white sofa blend with turquoise walls, brown curtains and pink accents for eclectic meets cottage feel.
On HGTV's "Color Splash: Miami," David Bromstad transformed this once empty, colorless space into a chic living area where modern and traditional styles combine. Timeless touches like a vintage couch and applied moldings on the walls warm up this space, while bright yellow and turquoise accessories add Miami flair.
The clean, sleek look of this kitchen is achieved with navy blue and white cabinetry and a white subway tile backsplash. To add a modern element, thick concrete counters were poured on site to avoid any seams. Bright, turquoise blue stools and accessories are a fun pop of color. Brass dome pendant lights installed over the counter shine brightly against the white shiplap ceiling.
Marine blues and turquoise and geometric patterns pop in an Alabama living room with mid-century touches. Atlanta designer Perry Walter brought in round objects, like the side table, and animal accessories, like the turquoise cockatoo statue.
This contemporary kitchen is dramatically illuminated by the turquoise sandblasted glass pendants hanging from the vaulted wood-clad ceiling. The pendants' cool blue hue is carried throughout the otherwise neutral space, from the expansive kitchen island to accessories.