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Monday, Mar 30

7:00
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Episode 101

Rachel and Gregg Mohrmann need at least one finished space to live in while the rest of their Victorian home is under construction. So they have their eyes set on finishing their huge, 1000 square foot attic. But what is the best design for the space? Traditional? Modern? Or a mix of the two? Licensed Contractor Jeff Devlin helps them make the tough call and then guides them through the renovation process. And since this couple disagrees on everything, getting them to decide what building materials are good, better, and best for them, is no easy task.

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7:30
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Episode 101

Jon and Terry tackle a 1970s kitchen and give it a huge transformation while trying to answer calls all over town.

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8:00
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Episode 501

House Crashers host Josh Temple is heading to Virginia to crash the 2011 Blog Cabin with Matt Blashaw! Josh has a massive transformation planned for the great room in the 1905 home, which sits on nearly 16 acres. The room has million-dollar views of the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding wetlands, so Josh concentrates on projects that won't compete with the spectacular natural backdrop. Using mostly reclaimed wood from the original home's framing, Josh and Matt build an accent table, bookshelves and a built-in bar. They also add a slate surround to the fireplace and wainscoting on the walls and create a moveable window seat. This incredible makeover is just the beginning of what will be a luxurious farmhouse for one lucky viewer.

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8:30
AM
Episode 801

Jason Cameron brings his sledgehammer to smash away the ugly at Blog Cabin 2014 in Winter Haven, Florida. Jason and Blog host Chris Grundy demolish walls, an old set of stairs and an outdated bathroom to open up the first floor and reveal a stunning view of the lake. When the dust settles, Jason and Grundy get busy rebuilding this long-neglected house into a vacation retreat. In the entry way, Jason is installing new hardwood flooring with a special pattern that will welcome the winner of Blog Cabin 2014. In the living room, with the walls knocked down and stairs moved, there's new space for custom-built shelving. In the new sunroom, Jason is putting his carpentry skills into overdrive building a window seat and custom-built storage for fishing rods and cabinets for tack storage for every fisher's dream. The sunroom also gets tricked out with a dog door and cool stuff for furry friends. Plus, to keep the Florida heat at bay, there are new blinds and a room conditioning unit.

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9:00
AM
Episode 802

Alison heads to Florida with the 2014 Blog Cabin kitchen in her sights. This beautiful 1920's home has a blank slate for a kitchen and is in desperate need of a design. Alison and host Chris Grundy start by building cabinets, a giant center island, and custom pantry. As the days roll on the empty room becomes a showplace complete with concrete counter tops, custom wood and metal chandelier, welded pot rack, huge copper topped work space, built in banquet, herb garden and all new gorgeous appliances. In the end this blank slate becomes an amazing and enormous space combining rustic and modern touches that anyone would be thrilled to call home.

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9:30
AM
Episode 803

The Bath Crashers crew take on a small cottage and add the ultimate bedroom suite to the second floor. There's a teak accented shower with multiple sprays overhead, a gorgeous soaking tub set in front of a picture window, a custom concrete and walnut vanity, a mirror with a hidden TV and an energy efficient toilet. The bedroom features tons of custom storage, a one of a kind headboard and wall art that is directly inspired by the lake. A sliding bookshelf door leads to a private library sanctuary off the bedroom. This is the perfect place to curl up with a cup of coffee and a good book. The entire suite has amazing lake views, making it a perfect year-round sanctuary.

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10:00
AM
Episode 210F

Kevin and Pauline's large yard is a blank slate...and they want to use the entire slate. In this episode we see an incredible transformation. Paul and the crew battle rain, mud and a million details. Jeff takes every square inch of space without a deck and incorporates stone pavers and stone steps. The end result is a private oasis with a full outdoor kitchen, granite topped bars, a pool with waterfalls, pergolas and an enclosed cabana. Spectacular.

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10:30
AM
Episode 203F

Liz and Chris don't know what to do with their large yard now that their kids aren't using it for soccer. Paul has a solution. You build a deck with a huge lounge area for mom and dad, of course. In this fun episode Paul and the gang build a cozy deck space with a lounge as a central focus. With a covered area for grilling, a dining area, bar and private lounge, Liz and Chris now have a backyard that's gone from all about soccer to all over stunning.

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11:00
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Episode 211F

Jim and Sofia recently sold their family cottage. This retired couple loves the outdoors and wants a contemporary backyard space that feels like a cottage escape. This episode proves that small is mighty. Paul and the team give this small yard the full treatment and create three distinct deck spaces with intricate angled pergolas, a canvas awning, metal privacy screens and a built-in bbq spot with counters...oh, and a path leading to a stone pad fire pit area with a gorgeous privacy screen. Who needs to sit in weekend traffic?

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11:30
AM
Episode 204F

Danielle and Lyle survived a devastating house fire that took the back of their house and deck. Thankfully no one was hurt. To erase the past, Paul sets out to transform the backyard and create a brand-new deck that's calming, elegant and big enough for a party. The new deck design includes a bbq area with a built-in bar, a hot tub with a gazebo roof and room for a huge dining table. From now on this deck will generate nothing but happy memories.

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12:00
PM
Episode 212F

Margaret and Dan have a large private backyard they love. The problem is they have no way to get to it from their current deck. The challenge: how do you get from a top deck to a bottom deck without having stairs taking up valuable space? Answer: a spiral staircase. Paul and the team come into this project inspired and build an incredible space that includes an upper deck with a metal spiral staircase leading to a lower deck with a hot tub area (with a motorized gazebo-like cover), bar and lounge, which then leads to a circular aerial structure with a circular stone pad beneath. Now that they can get to their yard, they'll never want to leave.

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12:30
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Episode 213F

Silvina and Andrew are a tonne of fun. This couple loves to be different and different is what they're going to get. When you ask Paul to build you a space that feels like you're in the Caribbean...he's going to take that to heart. In this episode Paul and the gang take a boring townhouse backyard and turn it into a resort. Docks inspire the deck spaces: there's a tiki bar, a lounge area with a thatched cabana roof, turned cedar piers and bamboo...everywhere. Paul took a big chance on this one. And the results are simply amazing.

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1:00
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Episode 208F

Samantha and David want something different, and want Paul to be as creative with their backyard as possible. Little do they know what that means. Paul and the team break new ground with this design. In this episode we see a backyard transformed with steel beams, ponds, elevated deck spaces and a suspended steel rod bridge that joins them all together. Did we mention there are three gas fire features as well? Different and daring, this is one transformation you don't want to miss.

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1:30
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Episode 202F

Laura-Lea and Geoff have a deck that's rotting and has to go. It's so bad they'd, rather their two boys played in the front yard then out on the deck. Paul's team enters and gives them exactly what they want - a family friendly deck that has space for children to play and a space for mom and dadto relax at the end of a long day. With spots for lounging, bbqing, dining and two sets of stairs leading into the yard you have a space this family will love for years to come. The final result is spectacular.

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2:00
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Episode 214F

Sam and Irene have a small backyard but big ideas. This couple loves to entertain and frequently throw large dinner parties. They have two young boys but with a park nearby they want their deck to be all about entertaining. Paul and the team build an elegant deck, featuring a large dining area as the central focus with a huge gorgeous decorative pergola overhead and a built-in bench along one side. Exotic hardwood gives the deck space a sophisticated feel. And the kids even get their own table too. Bon appetit!

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2:30
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Episode 209F

Lori and Ross had an upper level deck that fell down a couple of years ago. Now they pretty much avoid their backyard. This couple loves funky and wants a space that's peaceful and different. Pretty much the opposite of what they have now. Paul and the team decide to take all of the square angles out of the yard with circles and curves. And build a pergola. But there are pergolas and then there are intricate circular pergolas with cedar slats and steel wire suspension. The pergola is spectacular. Throw in a three-season room, curved staircase, fire pit lounge and bbq area. This is a backyard they'll never want to leave.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1102

These homeowners are eager for a private, meditative oasis in their backyard, which includes a sleek wooden shade structure with a beautiful bamboo roof and ceiling fan, a contemporary stone fireplace, and tile flooring that mimics hardwood. A one of a kind glass tile art project and comfortable modern furniture are all surrounded by Asian inspired plantings and low maintenance synthetic turf.

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3:30
PM
Episode 1104

Matt turns an overgrown back yard into an entertaining space using the homeowners' love of wine barrels as inspiration. The dilapidated patio cover is demo'd and a new shaded patio is built, anchored by a wine barrel pyramid water feature. An outdoor kitchen clad in corrugated metal is added along with a pub table. A wine barrel fire feature is built and surrounded by wine barrel chairs for a very unique sitting area. Finally, a light made from wine barrel bands is hung from the shade structure illuminating the wine barrel stave loungers.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1106

This homeowner's wasted mud space gets a Cabo style facelift with a pine timber pergola and redwood hanging bed. A decorative boardwalk deck and bar seating, plus a bronze fire table with comfortable resin patio furniture. A large farm wood dining table with seating for a large family and a beautiful Brazilian hardwood outdoor kitchen. Outlining it all are lush tropical palms and plants.

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4:30
PM
Episode 1108

This veterinary homeowner has let her yard go to the dogs. Matt Blashaw and his crew transform this yard into an adult lounge loaded with concrete benches, redwood privacy walls, a colorful stucco accent wall, wooden tile flooring, a modern redwood pergola with metal hanging chairs, a custom contemporary doghouse, large shade sail and low maintenance pet friendly plants and grass for the furry friends.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1110

An underused outdoor storage unit becomes a useable outdoor game room with modern wall treatment and custom pipe and wood furniture. Matt and crew also deliver with a granite countertop bar and stainless steel grill inside a ledge stone faced base and a copper water trough. On the opposite side of the grill is a functional copper ice bucket for beverages. Finally, tall evergreen shrubs create a full privacy screen.

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5:30
PM
Episode 1112

These homeowners are desperate for a relaxing and meditative space in their backyard. Matt and his crew deliver with a massive vertical garden wall, a custom redwood deck and arbor, flagstone flooring for a new stainless steel BBQ grill, an elevated reading area decked out with a unique privacy wall, custom hanging living frames and finally, a bamboo water feature for tranquility.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1113

These novice farmers are overwhelmed with their expansive blank slate of a yard until Matt comes to their rescue. He helps transform the big, boring space into a rustic relaxing area complete with outdoor prep island with copper countertop, large water feature with bridge, and a cozy stone faced fireplace. Matt adds more seating with rustic wood seat walls and gives them extra living space with a new concrete patio. Finally, the space gets a green landscape with all edible plants including fruit trees, grape vines and plenty of herbs.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1111

Matt searches and finds San Francisco's biggest Giants fans. With the help of major league baseball and the MLB Network, Matt and former pro player Eric Byrnes transform their boring terraced yard into a GIANTS inspired space complete with new huge platform deck with custom metal bar and wall mounted beer tap, a lounging area with large TV to watch all the games, a baseball coffee table and contemporary new deck railing plus lots of Giants bling for the ultimate ball watching mecca.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1109

This couple's small yard desperately needs Matt's help. Their dogs have taken it over & the space has become a dumping ground. Matt clears everything out then builds a raised deck off the back door with a barn inspired metal privacy screen complete with planted horse troughs, stairs down to a concrete patio with shade structure and space for a barbecue, dining area and kegorator. These motorcycle enthusiasts also receive a one of a kind water feature. Finally, a separate deck ramp & dog run are added to separate the pets from the people.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1107

A young Napa Valley couple is drowning in weeds, struggling to gain control of their overgrown backyard. So far, the best they've done is used a corner as a makeshift car workshop, under a shade structure that could cave in at any moment. Matt Blashaw offers to help them transform this mess into a gorgeous, private wine country inspired backyard retreat. Projects include a gorgeous wall of privacy panels complete with custom metal medallions, Tuscan inspired do it yourself table and benches, and stamped concrete patios and pathways. Matt's design features a new fire pit, a pond with boulder waterfall, and Tuscan inspired plantings including large and dwarf olive trees. This couple is ready to make it happen in two days. But first, they'll have to move dozens of car parts out of the way.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1202

These professional homeowners are dismayed with what to do with their empty yard. Matt transforms it into a modern fusion of art and Asian style with a redwood pergola with slanted louvers for optimal shade, a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen, and salvaged tree timbers flooring. A relaxing fire pit area, which includes a custom metal water feature, and a meditative Zen rock garden with large boulders, gravel and a special Zen garden rake complete the transformation.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1203

These restaurateurs are overwhelmed with their overgrown tiny space until Matt and his crew come to their rescue. He helps to make this tiny unusable space functional with a redwood retractable dining table, a modern shear decent water feature, and floating wooden benches surrounded by dense plantings. An old vintage cabinet is modified into a rolling wet bar. And lastly, the yards entire patio gets a modern look using large vertical pavers with decorative gravel between the joints.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1204

These roommates are tired of their boring yard that's bare except for a hammock. They're looking for an fun yard that reflects their personalities and Matt and his crew deliver! He elongates the sad patio pad by building a wood deck over it. He improves the flow of the yard by adding a palapa as the gathering space and a hanging bed as the relaxing area. A ledge stone water wall is added for tranquility and a bamboo privacy screen is built to hide the massive A/C unit. Finally, lush plants, sod and gravel pathways are added to complete the look of this upscale beachy backyard.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1205

These homeowners have no space in the backyard to call their own until Matt converts this neglected pre-school into a modern heavy metal adult lounge. He builds a unique metal frame BBQ island with a cascading limestone waterfall countertop, a redwood tree surround with attached rain gutters as planters and hanging from on the base is metal art frames. Finally, a concrete fire pit is surrounded by a beautiful redwood deck with resin outdoor furniture, a wood and metal privacy wall and colorful plants.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1206

These two veterinarians have ignored their backyard due to an expansive home remodel and it's become cluttered and overgrown. Matt comes in and cleans it out, trims it back, and builds an organized space for entertaining. He adds a large paver patio with a metal fire feature and a new barbecue with a metal prep island. Because the yard sits right on the city's bike path, he also builds a bike barn using wood and rusted steel, for bike storage. Finally, he adds painted corrugated metal to the fences for a more contemporary look.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1203

These restaurateurs are overwhelmed with their overgrown tiny space until Matt and his crew come to their rescue. He helps to make this tiny unusable space functional with a redwood retractable dining table, a modern shear decent water feature, and floating wooden benches surrounded by dense plantings. An old vintage cabinet is modified into a rolling wet bar. And lastly, the yards entire patio gets a modern look using large vertical pavers with decorative gravel between the joints.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1204

These roommates are tired of their boring yard that's bare except for a hammock. They're looking for an fun yard that reflects their personalities and Matt and his crew deliver! He elongates the sad patio pad by building a wood deck over it. He improves the flow of the yard by adding a palapa as the gathering space and a hanging bed as the relaxing area. A ledge stone water wall is added for tranquility and a bamboo privacy screen is built to hide the massive A/C unit. Finally, lush plants, sod and gravel pathways are added to complete the look of this upscale beachy backyard.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1205

These homeowners have no space in the backyard to call their own until Matt converts this neglected pre-school into a modern heavy metal adult lounge. He builds a unique metal frame BBQ island with a cascading limestone waterfall countertop, a redwood tree surround with attached rain gutters as planters and hanging from on the base is metal art frames. Finally, a concrete fire pit is surrounded by a beautiful redwood deck with resin outdoor furniture, a wood and metal privacy wall and colorful plants.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1206

These two veterinarians have ignored their backyard due to an expansive home remodel and it's become cluttered and overgrown. Matt comes in and cleans it out, trims it back, and builds an organized space for entertaining. He adds a large paver patio with a metal fire feature and a new barbecue with a metal prep island. Because the yard sits right on the city's bike path, he also builds a bike barn using wood and rusted steel, for bike storage. Finally, he adds painted corrugated metal to the fences for a more contemporary look.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1202

These professional homeowners are dismayed with what to do with their empty yard. Matt transforms it into a modern fusion of art and Asian style with a redwood pergola with slanted louvers for optimal shade, a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen, and salvaged tree timbers flooring. A relaxing fire pit area, which includes a custom metal water feature, and a meditative Zen rock garden with large boulders, gravel and a special Zen garden rake complete the transformation.

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4:30
AM
Episode 101

Three families are chosen for one of the most extreme sociological experiments captured on film. They will shed their modern lives and step back in time to the Montana Frontier, circa 1883. Shock sets in as the pioneers start their journey.

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