Josh and his crew head to Virginia to crash the 2011 Blog Cabin. Josh joins Blog Cabin host Matt Blashaw to transform the great room in the 1905 home, which sits on nearly 16 acres. The space has million-dollar views of the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding wetlands, so Josh and Matt concentrate on projects that won't compete with the spectacular natural backdrop. Using mostly reclaimed wood from the original home's framing, they build an accent table, book shelves and a built-in bar. They also add a slate surround to the fireplace, wainscoting on the walls and create a moveable window seat.
Josh gives a converted sunroom of faux wood paneling, nasty carpet and an outdated fireplace gets new life as a sleek man cave. And starting things off, the existing rock fireplace gets a face-lift with modern concrete tiles, and an old wet bar is pumped up with sleek countertops and walnut cabinetry. Vinyl leather flooring replaces this homeowner's once-stained carpet, and to top off this transformation, painted blue glass frames a mirrored high-end TV. Plus, Josh builds a custom game table for the ultimate bachelor pad.
Josh heads to Philadelphia to find the biggest Phillies fan, and with the help of MLB Network Analyst and former MLB player Mitch Williams, Josh transforms a boring basement into the ultimate Phillies Phan room. This crash starts off with demo. Josh and his crew remove a brick wall and replace it with a baseball bar outfitted with eight taps. Then, Josh installs a special elevator to haul kegs to and from the basement, and the backyard becomes the perfect spot to watch Phillies games with stadium seating, a big-screen projection television and a custom outdoor barbecue.
A Portland couple's unfinished basement goes from storage area to entertainment mecca, complete with a wine room, tasting area and custom media wall. Plus, a new wall is framed to add privacy, cork flooring is installed and a dismantled post and beam are salvaged and transformed into a unique wine-tasting table.
Stefanie Gray bought a fixer-upper in Portland, Org., four months ago in hopes of taking on a lot of projects, including her master bedroom. The Crashers crew replaces dirty carpet with reclaimed flooring made from shipping crates. Plus, Josh revamps the closet with a custom closet system. Stefanie's wish to have a door to the backyard comes true with an 8-foot bifold door that opens out onto a deck made with Cumaru. And the team replaces her DIY bed with a new headboard and side tables made from black walnut live-edge wood.
A boring kitchen gets a complete facelift to give some hip homeowners a funky stylish kitchen! In three days an eye-sore of a kitchen is upgraded with shiny grey cabinets topped with sleek white countertops and custom made sliding upper cabinets. Plus, a wall-to-wall tile backsplash becomes the main attraction. The whole room comes together with unique lights and custom stools!
An unwelcoming living room is revived with modern upgrades including faux ceiling beams, grey-toned wood flooring and glass tiled fireplace surround. The space is opened up when a partial wall is removed and french doors are installed. A boring wall is transformed using oak barrel stave as a focal point.
Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple gives new life to a dark and dingy basement. The transformation includes the installation of a reclaimed wood wall treatment with LED lighting, under-stair wine storage, two copper topped bars and mounted sleek steel wall panels.
A 100 year-old butcher shop storefront in Cleveland, Ohio gets completely transformed into a one of a kind family room. The butcher shop that connects to this first time homebuyer's project house was an old, dark boarded up storage space. In three days, the unique space gets a brand new glass exterior that preserves the storefront charm. Plus, what was once a dark interior of old lath and plaster walls and dark tin ceiling is remade into a warm inviting living space complete with hardwood floors, a sliding media wall, custom window seats, a modern wood burning stove, reclaimed dining table and more!
A home "dive bar" gets remade into high-end bar lounge! In three days, Josh Temple and crew take an enclosed patio with ugly wood paneling, avocado green countertops on a worn bar and hideous linoleum floors and transform it into a hip bar scene complete with a reclaimed wood and metal bar with clean white countertops, custom light boxes and a recycled coffee table on wheels. Plus, this bar gets decked out with a kegerator, wine fridge and more!
A southern Californian bonus room is transformed into an eco-friendly bar and lounge, complete with teak & cork flooring, reclaimed wood, refaced fireplace & and one of a kind suspended bench.
This funky family has a giant footprint for their kitchen, but it isn't being used to its potential! With plywood countertops and no oven, this kitchen is in serious need of a Crash! In three days the space gets a creative remodel complete with a paper slate tile island, live edge dining table and custom benches, soapstone countertops with an integrated sink, all new flooring and a one of a kind cork buffet table!
An uninviting living room gets a much needed facelift with an Asian twist. Boring beams are enhanced with cross beams; a dated fireplace gets a new faux stone surround and sleek porcelain tile, and a boring wall gets 5 custom "floating" shelves for the homeowner's beloved books. Finally, an underused formal dining area becomes family friendly, and a damaged hardwood floor is refinished.
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