Everything is easily accessible in this transitional bathroom. Pocket doors to the water closet and entry enhance floor space while the no threshold shower with a glass door enhances the open, spacious feeling.
Nothing breathes new life into a worn, outdated kitchen better than freshly painted kitchen cabinets. Once you decide on the color, finish and type of paint you want, the sky really is the limit on the look you can achieve. This distinctive kitchen gets adventurous with its use of orange and matte gray cabinets that coordinate nicely with the brown tile backsplash, hardwood floors and a daring gold pendant lamp.
This pint-sized entrance leads the way from the children's cove to the family room in HGTV Dream Home 2012. The "secret" children's getaway features a striped wall treatment, creating a fun colorful area for the kids to play.
Cabinetry helps to conceal more than just dishes in this sleek open kitchen. A hidden refrigerator blends seamlessly along a wall of glossy cabinets, while a combination of pendant and recessed lighting illuminate the whole space.
Blue upper cabinetry brings a pop of color to the neutral room tones and compliments the blue tint in the countertop marbling. The soft woodgrain color of the cabinets keeps the room feeling light and matches the sleek look of the flooring and counters. Stainless steel appliances blends an updated feel with the country influence.
This transitional style bedroom is sparse on furniture, but big on design. The large window with curtains floods the space with natural light, spotlighting the crisp lines of the leather upholstered bed, the contemporary artwork, and more traditional seating area.
A few simple furnishings, all with great character, pull together this small sitting room in HGTV Smart Home 2013. Graphic textiles, including chevron throw pillows, are softened by muted upholstery and deep beige walls. A metal lamp and wood console table are rustic accents to the transitional space.
The Nonn's master bedroom after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan's team replaced the old wallpaper with a fresh coat of paint, installed hardwood floors, frosted glass closet doors, and brought in a decorative upholstered headboard and chair.