Season 1, Episode 11

Modern Country

For Troy and Elizabeth, it was love at first sight when they found their home. It's located on a cul-de-sac, has a huge backyard and a large, open floor plan. Now, two years later, they've lost that loving feeling and are only seeing the troubled spots. The top spot on their list is the outdated kitchen. The large space was a selling point, but now the underwhelming decor is a serious downer. With the help of contractor James Young, they take their kitchen from leftover 1980s to modern country. They also get help from restorer and historian Dawn Brodey who finds some hidden treasures at an old farm to add unique accents in their kitchen. The help from friends, new tools and cool products, turns this old 1980s kitchen into something extraordinary and the homeowners can fall in love with it all over again.
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