On Stone House Revival, carpenter Jeff Devlin brings history back to Pennsylvania homes — and tells all-new stories through gorgeous custom work. Take a look at the treasures he turns over to his clients this season.
Jeff Devlin and his crew craft an airy living room with a couple of surprises in the loft upstairs out of a 1770 spring house in Pennsylvania.
A couple calls on Jeff Devlin to dig into the walls and ceiling of their historic 1800s dining room and restore every ounce of character he can find. They also want him to bring a little history into their 1970s living room addition, which does not blend with their historic home. Jeff finds not one, but two big surprises hidden in the dining room, then adds elements to the living room to give it a huge upgrade.
A couple with a home built in 1798 enlists Jeff Devlin to transform their original living room into a dining room to fit their growing family. Then, Jeff and the crew restore history in the original keeping room and uncover an amazing surprise while stripping down the original wood mantel.
Jeff Devlin is tasked with turning a couple's wide-open front porch into an enclosed mudroom that blends the 1740s stone portion of their home with the 1800s wood siding portion. He also uncovers a gorgeous stone fireplace while restoring their large living room, inspiring him to make another huge discovery.
Jeff meets up with a homeowner to restore the living room and bedroom in the oldest portion of her 1735 stone home. Jeff carefully lowers a historic mantel in the living room and turns the master bedroom into a dreamy retreat by exposing a wall of stone behind the headboard.
Jeff Devlin is challenged to bring out the history in an 1802 farmhouse that has had a number of questionable renovations throughout its 200 years. His clients want original stone and ceiling beams in the dining room and a complete overhaul of the fireplace in the living room. He and his team dive in and find surprises in both the dining room and living room, but they're able to turn both rooms into historically accurate spaces fit for this 1802 home.
Jeff visits a couple at their 1732 home to address their unique wish to build a new kitchen in their living room. During the renovation, Jeff and the crew face a few bumps as they knock down a wall, relocate the plumbing and try to bring some history back into the space.
A couple that's in over their heads with their home that was once a historic inn calls on Jeff to turn two rooms into a tavern-like entertaining space. Because the building is steeped in history, Jeff and the team can't wait to dig in, but they quickly find issues when they uncover the fireplace and try to install an exposed beam in an entryway.
Jeff Devlin takes on a 1785 stone farmhouse in Bucks County, PA. The owners love the historic charm of the home, but they ask Jeff give a facelift to the 230-year-old fireplace, hodgepodge of a kitchen and a strange 1950s addition -- the mudroom.
Jeff Devlin restores a master bedroom and library for an amazing 1700s-era stone house. Along the way, he attempts to find a hidden fireplace, patches up an old staircase and sources unique handmade tile local to Bucks County.
Jeff Devlin restores a kitchen and living room in a 1760 farmhouse turned guesthouse. He makes friends with a few farm animals along the way as he searches the property for a beam to use for the mantel.
Jeff Devlin heads to Aston, PA, to restore the basement of one of the oldest houses in the area. The owners want to use the space for entertaining, so Jeff creates two bar areas, a sitting area and a functional mudroom and entryway.
Jeff Devlin turns the 1800s addition of a 1760 Colonial home into two unique spaces for entertaining. He turns one area into a classic parlor with a mahogany-topped bar and creates a billiards room with a custom light fixture in the other.
Jeff Devlin turns back time on an awful 1980s-era kitchen and living room addition to a home built in 1729. He brings in reclaimed barn beams, adds a unique blend of rustic cabinetry and makes a coffee table out of a surprised piece he finds on the property.