As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs Brother. Episode 3: #TeamJonathan Dining Room


Property Brothers: Eclectic living room.

Property Brothers: The fireplace was made over with white subway tiles that look crisp against the new blue-grey walls. The Brothers were able to keep costs down by having the homeowner build unique furniture pieces like the coffee table. I like the paint color.

dining room table

As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper

Eat-In Kitchen. Love this over-sized custom island. Gorgeous!

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Knock out a wall, make a bar. I want to do this in the kitchen dining room area

white kitchen ideas ... Pristine Conditions - Rockin' Renos from HGTV's Property Brothers on HGTV

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Kitchen nook wall

Benjamin Moore Galveston Gray dining room with pedestal table and white upholstered chairs

HGTV Dream Home 2015

As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs Brother. Episode 2: #TeamJonathan Dining Room

The geometric design of the dining room's pendant light complement the mullions in the mirror hung over the buffet.

Robin's egg inspired dining room from HGTV Smart Home 2013

The kitchen flows straight into the dining room — a floor plan ideal for entertaining. To unify the two spaces, designer Linda Woodrum used the same yellow leather from the kitchen's bar stools on the dining room's wingback chairs. My dream house in the mountains

Though the two-story dining room is breathtaking, that openness can sometimes negatively affect the room’s acoustics. Luckily, designer Linda Woodrum knew just how to alleviate that issue. “When you have a tremendous amount of volume, you’re looking for ways to help with acoustics,” explains Linda. “So the more fabric you get in the room, the more you help with acoustics.” #HGTVDreamHome