Season 2, Episode 13

Not Enough Kitchen

When Tricia and Rashad found an affordable 1940s bungalow in a neighborhood they loved, they pounced on it. At the time, they liked that although the kitchen was small, it seemed to have all the proper amenities - including a dishwasher. The couple soon discovered, however, that the dishwasher didn't work at all and the range was barely functional, not to mention the kitchen was filled with materials that were outdated and falling apart. James is coming to the rescue and suggests knocking down a wall to combine the kitchen with the dining area. He'll also salvage some of the old cabinetry, bring in additional cabinet boxes and blend them together with new Shaker-style doors. The whole kitchen will receive a contemporary update with new appliances, an interlocking rock backsplash and quartz countertops.
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