Season 4, Episode 11

Reclaimed Philadelphia Kitchen

A 150-year-old kitchen gets a modern update when House Crashers rolls into Philadelphia. Josh and his crew start off by dismantling a dividing wall between the kitchen and the dining area brick by brick, and then build it back up into a pony wall with a breakfast bar. Reclaimed bowling alley wood is utilized in new countertops, while flooring from a historic Philadelphia soundstage gets a new life as cabinets and drawers. The result? An updated contemporary kitchen with historical integrity.
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