When Dean Von Bank bought his 1922 bungalow, it wasn't love at first sight. Coming in at about 1,000 square feet, it had good bones, woodwork that had potential and a two-car garage. However, it needed all the usual updates like refinishing the floors, painting, lighting upgrades - and a kitchen makeover. Fast-forward four years, Dean has made the entire house shine, except for the 1970s kitchen. The stove is a fire hazard positioned right next to the wall, the 70s cabinets look cheap and dated and the wallpaper has to go. Dean wants to create an arts and crafts style kitchen with quarter sawn white oak cabinets, new windows, maple flooring, honed granite countertops and all new appliances. We'll find out if Dean's grand plans really make sense for his pocketbook or if he needs a reality check.