The bright kitchen has a built-in desk perfect for early morning coffee and emails. The open space and natural lighting make the kitchen versatile and functional.
After taking down a kitchen wall, designers added a breakfast bar for additional seating. Soft sheepskin throws cover old wooden stools for a cool look and extra comfort, while taupe colored painted cabinets complete the neutral look of the space.
Khloé Kardashian Odom and her husband LaMar Odom wanted a modern, family friendly place to enjoy their time together, so the Cousins on Call, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, designed a room that would fit all of their needs. The cousins removed the outdated curtains that used to frame the Odoms' television and replaced them with custom shelving made from California redwood. They also placed California redwood throughout the home theater to bring local elements into the space. They then added tons of luxury seating, perfect for a growing family. In the back of the room, they added a candy dispenser for that real, movie theater feel.
Multicolored tiles create a striking backsplash that adds color to this contemporary, rustic kitchen. Bright white cabinets add lightness to the space, which features a concrete apron-front sink, stainless steel countertops and a large island perfect for prepping, entertaining and dining.
HGTV's Cousins on Call, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, rebuilt this home's master suite, including this chic master bathroom. The stunning new bathroom features a vintage-style clawfoot tub, a playful mirrored wall and a stylish pendant light.
We're cuckoo for these retro reproduction appliances from Big Chill. HGTV's Kitchen Cousins kept the original cabinetry and lighting, adding textured white countertops and wallcoverings to brighten the space.
The open concept floor plan is unified with a bright white color scheme. The living room features an upholstered navy chair and white and gray striped accent pillow to add color to the white palette. An interesting wood coffee table looks as if it could be the prize of an ocean adventure, which blends with the other furniture to create a beach-inspired design.
What was once an uninviting entryway at the Nolte home, now has new walls and paint and has become a kitchen where you want to enter and stay. In the middle of the kitchen, the island is made of Caesar stone, a very low maintenance counter top that does not stain. As seen on HGTV's "Kitchen Cousins".
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