Season 5, Episode 11

An Entertaining Kitchen

Dave & Brittany spend a lot of time in their kitchen cooking and brewing beer, but it's an inefficient, eyesore of a space that isn't laid out well and feels cut off from the rest of the house. Licensed Contractor James Young helps them stretch their $18,000 budget and maximize space by reusing their old cabinets and adding more along an empty wall to create a beverage center with a built-in beer fridge and tap. The floor will get updated with porcelain tile that looks like wood, and the backsplash will be covered with sleek glass mosaic tile. Finally, the wall adjacent the dining room will be opened up and a countertop ledge with seating for three will be added.
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