Season 1, Episode 7

Modern Tree House Kitchen

Married architects with a small child have been living without a working kitchen for over two years. Down to the studs they were doing dishes in the bathtub and bathroom sinks. In three days, their galley kitchen is built into a sleek, modern, and working kitchen that still keeps touches of its original 50s tree house look. New maple flooring is added, over 170 ceiling planks were installed to give the room a light, bright and open feel; stainless steel appliances were fitted into the cabinets to make everything look like furniture; a yellow accent wall was added to contrast the white; and a combination of engineered stone and butcher block counters were installed. Host Todd Davis did several projects with the homeowners like handmade barstools, an art piece made with a mirror, and hanging indoor terrariums.
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