Rebecca and Ryan Northington have a kitchen from the 1930's with metal cabinets so rusty that they are dangerous. The design team plans to turn this outdated space into a classic kitchen with state of the art, old fashioned style appliances and beautiful cherry hardwood. This kitchen will finally match the rest of the Northington's beautiful home.
The Deppe's kitchen is a DIY design gone wrong. It lacks enough storage space for all their dishes, glasses, pots and pans -- as well as a vent hood, garbage disposal and dishwasher. Enter Lauren and Jeff with maple cabinets, quartz countertops, new appliances and a stainless steel sink with industrial style fixtures for this modern makeover.
Avocado green appliances and pink bathroom tile -- one of the worst color combinations to grace any kitchen! In addition, this kitchen has a cramped floorplan, very little storage and two different kinds of laminate flooring. With maple cabinets, tile floors, granite countertops and a stainless undercounter sink, Lauren and Jeff bring this kitchen up-to-date.
Even June Cleaver would say this kitchen is dysfuctional. Blue-green metal cabinets provide insufficient storage, old appliances are inefficient, countertops are easily scratched and the sink is outdated and rusty. With cherry cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a new tile floor, this 1950's kitchen gets some much-needed modern-day elegance.
Poorly laid out cabinets, an old cooktop, laminate countertops, backsplash and floors and a garish light fixture have the McNichol's simmering over their kitchen. The team plans to give this fiasco a French Country flavor with two-toned distressed cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, a brand new island and quartz countertops.
The Stojek's kitchen is something like a giant maze. On top of the bad layout, there are peeling linoleum floors, fake brick vinyl sheets, a serious lack of storage and an oven sitting right in the middle of the room. By knocking down some of the obtrusive walls and adding new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting and slate floors, the team opens up and updates this 1929 kitchen.
The Russo's kitchen is more than 50 years old and full of unwelcoming qualities. The cabinets are crammed to the brim, with doors that won't close and splintery sides. Outdated appliances, wood paneling, a dropped ceiling and yellowing linoleum floors add to the horror. Lauren and Jeff have a plan to replace the cabinets and countertops, install an island and add fresh new lighting that will bring this kitchen up-to-date.
Bobet and Gary Marshall not only have outdated cabinets, ancient appliances, cracked flooring and a lack of storage, but their kitchen is home to a family of birds. Recently, some birds made a home in the Marshall's exhaust fan, and Bobet hasn't had the heart to kick them out. However, after having to clean feathers off the countertops, they agree that it's time for the birds to go -- along with the rest of their kitchen. Lauren and the team bring in white maple cabinets, granite countertops and porcelain tiles, while also ripping out the dining room wall and turning this kitchen into an ocean-inspired paradise.
The Kovacs are ready to rid their kitchen of its stainless steel countertops, metal cabinets painted to look like wood and old and broken appliances. The design team plans to bring an electic style to this room with cherry cabinets, quartz countertops, black appliances and hardwood floors.
Marc and Jen Sanfrancesco live in a home full of fond memories. Unfortunately, the kitchen is not one of them. The room is too narrow and filled with red countertops and red laminate flooring. There's no dishwasher, but there is a washer and dryer right next to the refrigerator. The team plans to turn this dysfunctional space into a traditional Tuscan-style kitchen, complete with cherry cabinets, granite countertops, new appliances, porcelain flooring and a coordinating backsplash.
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