Did you catch Episode Two of The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project? If you missed it, here's a quick overview...
Nate and Jeremiah meet up with a couple who just moved from Brooklyn to Bayshore, NY. With a budget of $100,000, the couple is looking to renovate their kitchen, living room, and bedroom with a mid-century modern flare but struggle with a mix of old belongings and leftover items from the previous owners.
The bedroom received some much-needed attention. The small space was completely transformed into a mid-century modern retreat. Two handmade Crystal Solitaire Pendant Lights illuminate refurbished mid-century modern nightstands. The nightstands and dressers were left by the previous owners and were painted baby blue. Nate and Jeremiah saw potential in the furniture and brought them back to life.
The Feels Like Home Project
SEASON 1 • EPISODE 2
Nate and Jeremiah transform a disjointed house into a family's first home.
In the living room, the goal was to create a comfortable seating area and a place to unwind, while incorporating as much storage as possible. Working with a narrow space can be difficult when it comes to storage, a great solution is if you can't go out, go up! The white wall of built-ins is an excellent solution to hide clutter.
We all know that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and this one needed a lot of love. Again, storage was a major concern in this space, and the design team was up for the challenge. They provided an ample amount of storage behind beautiful flat front cabinets that spanned the length of the entire kitchen, updated the appliances, and added a pop of color to give it that mid-century modern look that the couple loves so much. Nate and Jeremiah exceeded the couple's expectations.
As we continue to celebrate the Solitaire Chandelier's debut on HGTV, we're excited to announce that we're extending the sale! For a limited time take $1,000 OFF, plus we're including a FREE handmade glass votive with your purchase. The Solitaire Chandelier is available in three metal finishes and seven glass colors, making it fully customizable. With the holidays are quickly approaching, updating lighting is one of the easiest ways to transform your space.
From illuminating an entryway to creating a focal point in a living room, shining light on a dining room tablescape, or adding a layer of sophistication to the primary bedroom, this chandelier will add luxury, elegance, and now a bright story.
The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project Tuesday at 9 PM ET/PT on HGTV, and it's available to stream