Season 1, Episode 4

Wild Side

Lindsay and Chris bought their 1920s home five years ago. It had previously been a rental property for nearly a decade and needed some serious tender love and care. They finished the bathroom and the main living areas, but the kitchen was a lost cause. With crumbling cabinets, a broken countertop and sink, and several layers of flooring and wallpaper, it's a huge mess. Contractor James Young helps Lindsay and Chris give the kitchen a complete new design, all-new cabinets and countertops, and brand new appliances. Since they're both artists, the end product is sure to be a masterpiece.
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