Season 1, Episode 5

Buttoning Up The House

With the frame of the addition complete, it's time for Daryl to button up the outside of the house. That means that he'll have to find period doors for the entrances, get up the clapboard, and find a mason to build the fireboxes and chimney. A local merchant surprises Daryl with a very unique door for the kitchen. The chimney is a huge project, so finding somebody that can make the brick and the mortar historically accurate is important. It's a lot to balance, especially when Daryl has to go out on tour.
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Restoration: Original Detail

Daryl Hall likes to keep originals where possible like this metal door knocker to preserved the era.

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Daryl Hall's Historic Home

Daryl Hall in front of his historic home in Amenia, New York.

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Tiled Stove Alcove

This renovated 18th century home features a tiled stove alcove, as seen on DIY Network's Daryl’s Restoration Over Hall.

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All Wood Kitchen

Finished kitchen features all wood cabinets, backsplash and countertops as seen on DIY Network's Daryl's Restoration Over Hall.

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Historic Renovation With Daryl Hall

Daryl Hall on the porch of his historic home in Amenia, New York.

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Wood Countertop

Wood counter top in the finished kitchen belonging to musician Daryl Hall in his newly renovated 18th century home, built in 1789 as seen on DIY Network's Daryl’s Restoration Over Hall.

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Daryl Hall's Other Calling: Restoring Historic Homes

Host Daryl Hall outside of his historic estate in Sherman, CT. After recently purchasing this 30 acre estate in the beautiful Connecticut countryside, Daryl plans to fully restore the home with materials accurate to the original time period, as seen on DIY Network’s Daryl’s Restoration Over- Hall.

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DIY Network’s Daryl’s Restoration Over- Hall

Host Daryl Hall stands in the room used to film his internet program "Live From Daryl's House" in his historic estate in Amenia, New York which was originally constructed in the 1700's. Daryl bought two old homes and moved them to this location for restoration and joined them with a new addition to create this larger home. Now, he has sold this property and is moving to a 30 acre estate in the beautiful Connecticut countryside, Daryl plans to fully restore the new home with materials accurate to the original time period, as seen on DIY Network’s Daryl’s Restoration Over- Hall.

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Craftsman's Kitchen

The room includes hand made tiled stove alcove, dutch door, reclaimed wood floors, and handmade cabinets and shelves.

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All Wood Kitchen Island

Finished kitchen belonging to musician Daryl Hall in his newly renovated 18th century home features an all wood kitchen island, as seen on DIY Network's Daryl's Restoration Over Hall.

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