When you want flexibility with your wall storage, the new Perch line from Urbio is a good solution. Designed to be modular, the vessels and wall plate in this wall organization system are magnetic and come in three- or five-piece starter kits that keep plants, kitchen utensils, art supplies and more within easy reach. The Perch line includes 3M Command Strips for easy installation and damage free removal, or stows for a more permanent placement.
The removal of walls has allowed for more space between the new island and the other side of the kitchen, giving the family the space to all be in the kitchen together. Brand new counter tops brighten up the space and give it a clean feel. As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling With the Property Brothers.
Steps lead from the dining room down to the lounge-worthy living room with a colorful mix of modern and industrial furnishings. The removal of walls and relocating key spaces made the main living areas feel more connected.
Bold, yellow contemporary cabinets and stainless steel stove appliance juxtapose nicely with the original pine flooring in this modern kitchen. The removal of a wall between the kitchen and dining room provides for a bigger spot to entertain.
This light and bright foyer boasts cream colored walls paired with a mint green accent wall and red-brown hardwood floors. A contemporary stairway features a railing made with metal posts, cable wire and wood. A bench area in the entrance offers a spot for easy shoe removal.
Renovations of the Carroll family's kitchen include removal of walls to open the space up, unstained walnut wood, quartz countertops, sea foam green and tangerine paint, huge dovetail joints, and a walk-around pantry. Chip's overall goal was to create an industrial-style kitchen that is still homey and intimate.
This transitional kitchen is part of a renovated 1960s home. It was moved to the back of the house and opened up with the removal of several walls. It features an oversize island and black floor-to-ceiling Ikea cabinets with Caesarstone countertops and high-end brass hardware. Two globe pendant lights provide illumination for the space.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have fully renovated the Luker residence in downtown Laurel, MS. The renovated kitchen is now open to the living due to the removal of the existing wall. Also, the old cabinets and appliances have been updated. The new layout, high ceilings, and exposed oak beams create a beautiful open floor plan for the Lukers.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have fully renovated the Luker residence in downtown Laurel, MS. The renovated kitchen is now open to the living due to the removal of the existing wall. Also, the old cabinets and appliances have been updated. The new cabinetry was moved into the living area more so that the flow between the dining area and kitchen worked easier.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, Designer Jillian Harris took a tiny kitchen and increased the square footage by removing the wall separating the kitchen from the living room. Jillian created an island to make up for the removal of the front dining area, opening up the space to entertain. The island countertop is a durable Caesar stone in Stone Grey.
Kortney and David knocked out the home's existing walls to create one open, visually and physically connected space where three separate, closed off spaces had been. They even opened the staircase to allow natural light to flow through this space as well as the kitchen, dining room and living room. The removal of these walls creates a clear line of sight from the front door through to the kitchen and back again, keeping the home's first floor feeling light, bright and open.
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.