The removal of the wall that separates the kitchen and the living room creates a more open space for dinners and entertaining. The new white kitchen has new non-slip tiles (for the aging dogs), new cabinets, appliances, and lighting, as well as in-floor heating (for the dogs). The kitchen is also surrounded by built in pocket dog doors which allows the homeowners to contain the dogs in a comfortable environment while they are away. As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It Too.
The new kitchen shines with bright countertops, all-new wood cabinetry and a sparkling tile backsplash. The space creates the perfect mix of high-end design and family-friendly style. "For a client who wants contemporary and traditional, they answered the call," HGTV Star judge Genevieve Gorder says.
The dining room renovation created a space where contemporary, clean lines meet a hint of tradition and glamour. The walls are lined with a lustrous dark wall paper embellished with a subtle pattern and crystal bead accents. The windows emphasize the glamour in the space with shimmering drapery that adds a sense of depth to the design. The furnishings complete the dramatic look by adding to the elegance and beauty of the newly renovated space.
This inviting foyer welcomes guests into a bright open living room that is dripping in character. White wainscoting lines the walls, while metallic foil gray silver cork wallpaper add a touch of color to the niches and the ceiling. A subtle custom bench hugs the walls with a dark blue and gold fabric adding seating to the space. Finally, a custom marble medallion sets the tone for the rest of the home.
This small kitchen gets an updated look with stainless steal appliances, granite countertops and clean, white cabinets. The quilted tile backsplash embellishes the wall, becoming the focal point for the room.
This bathroom, once an drab, outdated space, received a makeover on HGTV's Buying and Selling. To save money, Jonathan Scott updated the existing vanity with soft gray paint, installed new granite countertops and replaced the '80s-style sinks with new recessed sinks. With new stylish artwork on the wall, this bathroom is now a selling point instead of a problem room.
When designer Jennifer Jones updated a client's 1960s ranch, she worked to create a fresh look while staying true to the home’s original, casual vibe. In the living room, she says, “we layered soft neutral tones in the paint, window treatments, and upholstery, and created interest with textural fabrics, a geometric rug, and a mix of pillow patterns.” The new decorating works perfectly with the angled lines of the architecture and the bold, contemporary fireplace surround.
Before, this bathroom was an outdated, disorganized mess. Now, the design has been modernized with a whitewashed wall, a decorative mirror and sink and updated light fixtures. A large tub adorns the back wall, and the wood wall behind it adds a rustic aspect to the otherwise modern space.