Season 2, Episode 8

Metal Barn Wood Kitchen

House Crashers takes on Atlanta and remodels a 1930s kitchen. These hip homeowners, Dan Bush and Caroline Dieter, have a lot of style but their kitchen is lacking anything cool. Their tiny kitchen just isn't cutting it between the peeling linoleum floor, beat up cabinets, outdated appliances (or lack thereof) and limiting floor plan. Licensed contractor Josh Temple, along with his Atlanta team, kick down walls to create a more spacious modern yet rustic kitchen by combining sheet metal and reclaimed barn wood into a kitchen island. They also incorporate a slick resin backsplash, poured concrete floor and all new appliances.
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