This transitional guest room features a soothing palette of grays and blues, as well as sweeping views of the water from a window-filled corner. Two beds offer ample space to house company. A freestanding wardrobe, meanwhile, creates additional storage space.
As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, Team Drew gave this living room a fresh new look. The new design features a white ceiling with black paneling, gray traditional sofa, a yellow and gray area rug, and yellow stained glass windows. A rustic wooden shelf, and other wood furniture, adds warmth and contrast to the stone fireplace.
This stylish living room got a makeover from Team Drew on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. A decorative chair rail calls out the two-toned walls, while purple accents– including a pair of graceful accent chairs – play up the warm gray hues throughout the space.
This beautiful spa bathroom combines unique details—like the orb-shaped chandelier and vertical skylight stripes—with classic elements for a refreshing, relaxing space. Gray tile smartly wraps around the shower and soaking tub; wide-plank wood floors and a sliding barn door bring a softening earthy touch.
This transitional-style bathroom uses a white tile shower along with white wainscoting to create a clean and fresh look. Light gray paint adds a touch of darker color while keeping the space light. The gray is echoed in the marble countertop on the dark wood vanity.
This lovely bathroom achieves a look that's both sophisticated and fresh. Gray subway tile backsplashes are a crisp backdrop for the walk-in shower and heavenly soaking tub, while a rustic barn door entrance brings softness to the space. Unusual vertical skylights flood the room with light.
A variety of textures and patterns are used in this monochromatic bedroom to create visual interest and tactile appeal. A shell-decorated table lamp and coral-printed pillow bring a breezy, beachy element to the space.
Lighted gray stairs lead from the backyard to a spacious porch. A white pergola stretches over a bar and seating area. A fire pit is situated on the other side of the porch with cushioned seating for cozy outdoor nights.
In the newly reconfigured living room, a new double-sided fireplace serves as a visual focal point both this main living room and a sunroom just beyond. A plush gray sofa and matching coffee table sit at the room's center, as well as two neutral armchairs. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings complete the open look of the room.
A colorful striped runner, playful art and a mod take on traditional damask wallpaper show this updated Victorian home's personality right from the front entryway. A traditional wood banister features period detailing.
The upstairs hallway uses clean white trim to tie everything together. Gray walls keep the space light, while hardwood flooring adds a natural warmth to the look. The hallway ends in a point with doors on either side for an interesting angled finish.
An obtrusive utility closet, just inside the front entrance, was removed to facilitate the creation of a welcoming foyer that flows naturally into the main living area. A soft, gray tufted sofa, high-backed wooden bench, chandelier and exposed beam vaulted ceilings all add to the inviting vibe of the space.