It’s clear that Jonathan and Drew Scott have become rather taken with the dynamic combo of black and white on Property Brothers: Buying and Selling. This high-contrast colour palette is featured in many of their redesigns – so maybe, in this case, things are black and white.
In Black and White
From the semi-gloss cabinets to the Quartz countertop, chic black and white elements can be found all over this kitchen, but it’s the graphic tile backsplash that’s the star of this show.
To showcase the timeless curves of this black mid-century modern dining set, the Property Brothers set it against a backdrop of bright-white built-in cabinets.
A Total White Off
Striking black and white framed art stands centre stage (or centre shelf) in this value-added home office area that the Property Brothers cleverly created out of underused space.
Black Rose Sun
The Brothers don’t restrict their use of black and white to big-ticket items in kitchens and bathrooms; they utilize this classic colour combo in the soft furnishings too.
To keep a narrow foyer feeling light and airy, the Property Brothers wanted as much white as possible while still bringing in some visual interest. Both the Lucite-legged bench and simple geometric art hit the mark.
A plush black armchair pulls focus in this brilliant white kitchen – sometimes all you need a small hit of a contrast colour to get big design results.
Salt and Pepper
This chic, bright white kitchen would feel a bit sterile if not for the black and gold stools, black cabinet handles and black faucet to balance out the design.