The kitchen in Trevor and Kelly's 1920s bungalow wears a lot of hats - cannery, brewery, greenhouse, art studio, and chicken coop - and they have simply outgrown it. They have a full vegetable garden in the backyard, along with four chickens that occasionally wander into the kitchen. With zero counter space to store their fresh produce, their kitchen doesn't fit their needs. However, with the help of contractor James Young, they turn their outdated kitchen into a functional, stylish space using sustainable, cutting-edge products. This isn't an average remodel. With a bold design scheme, built-in compost system and a built-in beer tap, this kitchen is sure to turn heads.