Season 1, Episode 12

Phase Two

Adam and Bree moved into their 1970s rambler two years ago because it had one thing they really needed - space. They like to throw big dinner parties and the kitchen was definitely big enough for their needs. There was only one problem. It was UGLY. Decorated in the worst of 1970s style, it had a poor layout and seemed isolated from the rest of the house. They decided to remodel it in phases to avoid spending a ton of money all at once. Phase one involved knocking holes in two walls to open up the room to the living room. Now they're tackling phase two, giving it a much-needed design facelift. With the help of contractor James Young, they give a whole new look to the existing cabinets and install brand new cabinets in an empty corner that's just gathering dust. The addition of cutting edge products, gives their kitchen the makeover it desperately needs.
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