Season 9, Episode 2

House Crashers at Blog Cabin

Josh Temple Crashes Blog Cabin and has big plans for the living and sunroom. The Blog Cabin is one blank slate so Josh completely transforms the living space in just three days. A reclaimed mantle is rebuilt to house a brand new TV and automated lift. Plus, a stair area becomes a seating and storage area. This crash goes above and beyond when a sunroom gets old dock boards as a ceiling treatment and some 100 year old stumps are reused for a one of a kind coffee table.
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