Bold orange cabinets are the focal point in this white kitchen. Contrasting white cabinetry grounds the space in a more traditional design while a tile backsplash complements the orange accents in the space.
A wood dining table complements the various rustic elements in this streamlined kitchen. A modern glass chandelier illuminates the dining space while dark brown cabinetry in the kitchen pops against a green backsplash. A white kitchen island and metal barstools visually divide the kitchen from the dining area without sacrificing the open floor plan.
The Kitchen Cousins, Anthony and John, demolished the wall separating the kitchen from the rest of the house. They then chose colors such as yellow for the space's redesign to compliment the natural light that pours through the giant bay windows in the living room making the entire house feel more open and inviting.
Oversized globe pendants bring a contemporary vibe over the stainless steel countertop. A multicolored tile backsplash contrast against the rustic wood ceiling beams, which are load bearing as well decorative.
Seidi Saida has had her kitchen rescued by Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri after it was gutted and abandon by her first contractor. Now she has a moroccan back splash, stone counter top and eating area, tons of cabinet storage, a prep area and wonderful accent shelves as well as new stainless steel appliances.
The stainless steel range seamlessly blends into the Carrara marble countertops. Multicolored pattern tiles offer a decorative touch, standing out against the white subway tile and accentuating the new range.
A new metal staircase, and a polished cement floor replaced the water damaged wood from the flooded basement at the Sarlo home. Water proof materials were chosen by the cousins in case of another flood. As seen on HGTV's Cousins on Call.
Minimal furniture, a smart game table that expands, light colors, and floor pillows make this a great space to relax, hang out, or play games.
Warm wood tones, muted gray-greens and charcoal exemplify the casual, comfortable vibe of this pub-inspired dining room. The custom bar includes four pro-quality taps, white subway tile backsplash and a custom shelf with under-lighting that illuminate bottles or decorative items. A chalkboard accent wall is the perfect spot for homeowners to add a personal touch, while stamped-tin ceiling tiles bring historic character to the space.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, designers John Colaneri and Anthony Corrino replaced the claustrophobia-inducing wall with a knee wall, making room for the new kitchen peninsula with sleek, integrated appliances.
The large center island is clad in butcher-block countertops, creating extra prep space as well as a bar for eating. Teal cabinets are topped with Carrara marble, a classic look that's ideally suited to this baker's kitchen. The upper cabinets, extending to the ceiling for a dramatic presentation, are painted in bright white and topped with crown molding.
This kitchen features a stainless steel island, bar stools and appliances, traditional brown cabinets, and a green tile backsplash. Two large drum pendant fixtures illuminate the kitchen island.
This eat-in kitchen gives a nod to modern design with its streamlined cabinetry and glossy finishes. A combination of track and pendant lighting illuminate the space, originally featured on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins, and shows off the pale hardwood floors and a pink tile accent wall.
HGTV's Undercover Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri updated this living room with a modern retro design. Bold walls pop against a black and white area rug, while low-slung furniture rounds out the sitting area.
This open floor plan connects the dining room, living room and kitchen, creating a family-friendly space that's truly the heart of the home. A comfortable gray sectional pairs with a sleek wood coffee table in the cozy living space, while a blue-green rug defines the area.
The family room features two entertainment zones: a TV for the adults to watch their favorite shows, and for the kids, a second TV and video game console is hidden behind the large wooden panel.
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