Season 6, Episode 11

English Garden

Nicola and Brad stumbled upon their charming 1940s Cape Cod while walking through their neighborhood. An open house was in process, they stopped in, fell in love with the spacious house and the rest is history. However, the larger space came with an ugly 1980s kitchen and 8 years later, they've still not made any improvements on it, and even worse, a broken toilet on the second floor left the ceiling in shambles. Licensed contractor James Young is here to help them fix all their problems. The plan includes converting a pantry into a mini-mudroom to alleviate clutter, adding all new cabinets in two colors, installing a fun backsplash made out of stained glass, and adding a built-in seating area in the adjacent dining room.
See Tune-In Times

Similar Topics:

White Kitchen with Teal Farmhouse Sink

The finished kitchen in the Mitcheltree home now has new gorgeous soapstone countertops. The dark countertops and white cabinets get a rush of color with a new teal blue farmhouse sink, as seen on DIY Network’s, I Hate My Kitchen.

Photo By: Stephanie Rau / Getty Images

Colorful Farmhouse Kitchen

The kitchen features crisp white painted cabinets, and pops of color and textures that gives the entire space a fun and relaxed feel.

Photo By: Stephanie Rau / Getty Images

Southwestern Kitchen with Terra Cotta Backsplash

With a new stucco vent hood, copper countertops, terra cotta tile backsplash and a new hand-painted sink, this outdated room was transformed into a southwestern kitchen with tons of unique touches.

Photo By: Jenn Ackerman / Getty Images

Blue and Brown Contemporary Bar

This bar features the same the blue and brown theme of the adjacent kitchen, as seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen.

Photo By: Jenn Ackerman / Getty Images

Colorful Farmhouse Kitchen with Hardwood Brown Floors

A colorful farmhouse kitchen with hardwood brown floor is shown, as seen on DIY Network's I hate My Kitchen

White Kitchen with Purple Kitchen Island

This crisp white kitchen with a purple island is aahown, as seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen.

Photo By: Steve Niedorf / Getty Images

Kitchen with Colorfuk Tile Backsplash

This updated kitchen features new custom cabinets, a colorful backsplash tile and travertine tile flooring. The poured-concrete countertops, new stainless steel appliances and tech-friendly accessories finish off the kitchen. With the left over funds, they finished off the adjacent dining area. The custom cabinets were made with a dark stain and shaker style doors.

Photo By: Jenn Ackerman / Getty Images

Open Kitchen with Additional Seating

In order to open up the kitchen, the crew widen the doorway to make more room for the fridge and knocked out walls to open the kitchen into the adjacent room. The corner cabinet was removed and replaced with a rounded peninsula with seating.

Photo By: Jenn Ackerman / Getty Images

Kitchen with Green Cabinets and Hardwood Brown Floors

A charming colorful kitchen is shown, as seen on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen.

Photo By: Steve Niedorf / Getty Images

Kitchen with Multicolored Wood Floor

A contemporary dining area and kitchen with green walls and green, neutral and brown wood floor is shown, as seen on DIY Network's I hate My Kitchen.

Previous Episode

Fabulous Farmhouse

Next Episode

Treehouse Zen

On TV

Watch DIY Network LIVE

Don't miss your favorite shows in real time online.

Follow Us Everywhere

Keep up with your favorite shows and hosts plus share ideas with other DIY fans.

Discover Our Blog: Made + Remade

See the latest DIY projects, and meet more cool people who love to create.

Make It. Fix It. Learn It. Find It.

Luxury Home Giveaways

HGTV Dream Home

A gorgeous remodel on St. Simons Island, Georgia

HGTV Smart Home

A sophisticated Southern home in Raleigh, N.C.

HGTV Urban Oasis

A cozy Craftsman-style home in Ann Arbor, Michigan