In the series premiere, Bronson and his crew use salvaged materials to restore the kitchen and gathering room of his Greek Revival house in rural Pennsylvania.
Bronson puts Mikey in charge of restoring the busted up barn, and turning it into a true "gentlemen's" workshop.
Bronson and his crew combine two rooms to create one grand space for entertaining. His unique design incorporates ancient plastering techniques and a giant wall of windows to deliver a stunning space straight out of a 19th century country home.
Host Bronson Pinchot continues his renovation of the Decker House by creating a beautiful 1800s inspired "library." Bronson and his crew begin the transformation by building a doorway using salvage recused from a town devastated by Hurricane Irene. Other additions include new floors, plastered walls, antique lighting and a beautiful brick hearth and stove.
After years of delay, host Bronson Pinchot is ready to tackle his biggest renovation challenge yet-the exterior of his house. Bronson envisions a dramatic Greek Revival front exterior that includes a giant period oval window, enormous columns and a beautiful period picket fence. For the back of the house, Bronson designs an ornate facade based on Federal Style architecture. This is by far the largest project Bronson has taken on, and with winter fast approaching will his project ever get finished?
Host Bronson Pinchot tackles the kitchen of the Decker House, and immediately banishes everything that's new. The renovation includes removing the countertops and linoleum floor and replacing them with salvaged materials.
Host Bronson Pinchot has big plans to restore the parlor in his main house. Bronson envisions the room to be a beautiful yet relaxing parlor, with an emphasis on a cozy fireplace. Be prepared for a journey into Bronson's creative process as he changes his mind again and again in his relentless pursuit of creating the perfect parlor.
Over the years, host Bronson Pinchot has amassed a giant collection of art, architecture and history books. Now it's time to design and build a library worthy of his collection. Using salvaged materials and period lighting, he creates the perfect room to study his favorite subjects.