As seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, Anthony and John created a custom-built, live edge tasting bar that perfectly complements the wild thistle wallpaper covering the bar. This gives these homeowners the perfect place to entertain.
A new stainless steel refrigerator sits off to the right of the custom made storage wall. The rustic storage wall works as a functional design element and keeps clutter and overcrowding to a minimum.
A white privacy fence encloses this backyard patio while still allowing the space to feel open. String lights and paper lanterns provide soft outdoor lighting above a painted picnic table and stainless steel grill.
Featured on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, both the kitchen and dining room areas were small and closed off, so designers John and Anthony took out part of the kitchen wall, creating a bar area that opens both spaces making them feel larger.
John and Anthony, hosts of HGTV's Kitchen Cousins, have opened up the Sosa's cramped kitchen and dining room space. The wall between the kitchen and dining room has been mostly removed, but the load bearing portion remains. The fireplace has been removed to modernize the space, and the stone backsplash in the kitchen ties perfectly into the stone table top on the dining room table. That light gray color is complimented nicely by warm, rich wood throughout the kitchen and dining room.
In this kitchen featured on HGTV's Cousins Undercover, load-bearing beam is lined with reclaimed wood paneling. The paneling along with the butcher block countertops offers a rustic touch in this cottage-style kitchen.
New chandeliers hang in the living room with the original hutch and sliding doors to the bedroom visible in the background of the newly designed home of Alex and Heather Stevenson. Three armillary-style chandeliers add style and soft light up to the ceiling.
John and Anthony liked the style and design of the original farmhouse cabinets, but they thought the kitchen could use some color, so the Kitchen Cousins decided on these sky blue retro looking appliances to add the color they were looking for.
Turquoise blue retro appliances offset the dark cabinetry in this small kitchen seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. Wide plank floors and barn door cabinet fronts lend a country feel to the design.
The middle of this table custom made by cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri opens and closes for storage and game pieces. Four wooden storage stools tuck beneath the table when not in use and open up to reveal extra storage.
Neutral outdoor furniture gets a punch of brightness from yellow and green accessories. Ombre curtains create shade and offer privacy, while a hanging beanbag chair creates a place to lounge outdoors.
Electric blue walls draw you into this living room, first seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover. A rustic coffee table and pale wood ceiling tone down the colorful walls, while a black built-in bookcase helps to organize books and display family mementos.
What was once a small, cold entryway and sunroom, is now a modern dining room that sits behind the living room. The space now features whitewashed hardwood floors, globe pendant lighting and an eclectic dining table with mismatched seating.
Function meets style in this colonial-inspired kitchen. The range is inset into the island for easy access to the sink and refrigerator. On the other side of the island, a family-friendly dining area with three black barstools is the perfect spot for casual meals.
The redesigned living room and kitchen looks and feels more like a single, contiguous space. Open shelving acts as a pantry for the baker's kitchen, keeping everything within reach. White upper cabinets are paired with teal lower cabinets for a bright, striking contrast.
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