Casi and Tim have a small and dangerous kitchen that needs rescuing.
Adam and Rana are stuck with a tiny, drafty, galley style kitchen.
Marc creates a kitchen that actually makes sense in this 1930s home.
Aaron and Megan's kitchen has been falling apart for 40 years.
Marc Bartolomeo updates a floor by installing porcelain plank tiles.
Light colors and reflective surfaces help brighten a basement kitchen.
Add instant counter space with this swing-away buffet top.
The oven door's sign read Please Do Not Open. That was just the beginning.
Scott & Lori have a beautiful old home, but the kitchen just doesn't work.
Ken & Stephanie want their kitchen to harmonize with the rest of their home.
This family of six can't afford to be kitchenless for long.
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A barely functional shoebox of a kitchen becomes a made-over masterpiece.
Karl and Amy transform the dressing rooms of the historic Tampa Theater.
Marc and the homeowners shop for and then install a new stove.