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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Pilot

Oct/05/2010
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2 :01x02 - Traditional Update

Oct/12/2010
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3 :01x03 - Of Mice and Mold

Oct/19/2010
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Season 2

4 :02x01 - From Ugly to Uber-Contemporary

Jul/12/2011
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5 :02x02 - Boring Gone Bold

Jul/19/2011
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6 :02x03 - All Talk, No Kitchen

Jul/26/2011
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7 :02x04 - Spacious Mess

Aug/02/2011
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8 :02x05 - Fully Functioning Kitchen

Aug/09/2011
Chris and Julie are hoping James can rescue their crumbling, outdated kitchen. After gutting the entire space and reconfiguring the layout, they bring in maple cabinetry, epoxy resin countertops and cork flooring. Custom-built storage and a handmade tile backsplash help make the space warm and inviting.

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9 :02x06 - Down to the Studs

Aug/16/2011
Eight years ago, Dakota and Luke Chalich bought a 1976 split-level on a huge wooded lot. They loved the location, but the house was a real fixer-upper. Fortunately, Dakota and Luke are pretty handy, so they started work on the place right away. Now they've renovated everything but one room--the kitchen. It needs a total overhaul, so they've brought in contractor James Young to transform the dated room into a modern, open space.


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10 :02x07 - Kitchen Dorks

Aug/23/2011
Sean Silver and Shannon Flinn worked hard to fix up their first home, one they chose for its beautiful original hardwood floors. But their black hole of a kitchen was too daunting a task. These self-described "food dorks" desperately want a kitchen to match their appetite for cooking and entertaining. So, James is on the case and tearing everything out, even opening up the walls to make room for lots of added storage and counter space. Restored hardwood floors, a painted glass backsplash and soft-yet-durable cork tiling in the pantry crank up the style, and high-end appliances, like an induction cooktop, bring function into what was a featureless kitchen. And the price tag? At $32,000, it's just a couple thousand over Sean and Shannon's budget, but for these foodies, it's well worth the investment.


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11 :02x08 - Budget-Friendly Redo

Aug/30/2011
Police officer Dan and his girlfriend Janelle are more than ready to update their kitchen, but they want to keep the budget under $12,000. James is ready for the challenge, and he suggests the couple supplement their existing cabinetry with a few new stock cabinets for extra storage. And for a quick style fix, James wants to update the cabinet doors with resin panels and a new coat of stain. Plus, they'll reuse some of their hardwood floor and pair it with an updated tile that's groutless and easy to install. But this project has a few splurges as well, including a circular sink, a custom glass backsplash and a trendy wall-hung fireplace that will add some heat to this cool design. James also shows Dan how to save a bunch of money by using laminate countertops. And to top things off, James has an inexpensive lighting solution that this couple will love.


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12 :02x09 - Tiny Kitchen, Tricky Layout

Sep/06/2011
Ross and Dawn Substad have owned their 1920s arts-and-crafts bungalow for six years. They've spent that time remodeling the entire home, but there's one room left they were afraid to tackle - the kitchen. Its small, awkward and dysfunctional layout proved to be too overwhelming for these DIYers. But with James's help, this ugly, outdated kitchen will get a major overhaul. James will update the space with modern conveniences and will bring in high-end finishes that reflect the arts-and-crafts design of the rest of the home.

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13 :02x10 - Historical Sophistication

Sep/13/2011
HunWen and Nick Westman looked long and hard to find just the right house - a six-bedroom masterpiece built in the 1900s. From gorgeous woodwork to beveled glass, the house was nearly perfect, except for one major flaw - the 1980s kitchen. The floors are chipping, the cabinets are falling apart and the layout is just plain awkward. Worst of all - it's in the wrong decade! But with James's help, these homeowners will mix high-tech products with old-world charm to create one timeless space.

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14 :02x11 - A Cook's Cottage

Sep/20/2011
Five years ago, Robert and Carrie Shidla bought a historic 1920s home. The kitchen was ugly, but the Shidlas were convinced it had potential. Five years later, they haven't even touched the space. Robert and Carrie have both worked in restaurants, so these two foodies would love a high-end kitchen at home. James will help these homeowners transform the dated space into a fresh cottage kitchen with modern accents.

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15 :02x12 - Vintage Charm With Modern Flair

Sep/27/2011
When it came time to buy their first home two years ago, a great location was at the top of Kyle and Kari's wish list. They purchased a 1920s bungalow with good bones and plenty of opportunity to put their own stamp on it. The couple started by renovating the attic, and their cramped and outdated kitchen is next on the hit list. James helps these homeowners maximize the small space by tearing down a wall and creating a better layout. The new space will feature custom cabinets, copper countertops and a multicolored cork floor.


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16 :02x13 - Not Enough Kitchen

Oct/04/2011
When Tricia and Rashad found an affordable 1940s bungalow in a neighborhood they loved, they pounced on it. At the time, they liked that although the kitchen was small, it seemed to have all the proper amenities - including a dishwasher. The couple soon discovered, however, that the dishwasher didn't work at all and the range was barely functional, not to mention the kitchen was filled with materials that were outdated and falling apart. James is coming to the rescue and suggests knocking down a wall to combine the kitchen with the dining area. He'll also salvage some of the old cabinetry, bring in additional cabinet boxes and blend them together with new Shaker-style doors. The whole kitchen will receive a contemporary update with new appliances, an interlocking rock backsplash and quartz countertops.

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Season 3

17 :03x01 - Yellow, Yellow Go Away

Oct/11/2011
Josh Trevorrow and Katie Comstock renovated the bathroom in their 1948 adobe-style home, and they even fixed up the living room. But the very yellow, very dated kitchen is well beyond their novice skills. So James is gonna pull this grandma-style kitchen into the present, but it'll be a challenge to stick to the homeowners' budget of only $13,000. Floating wood panel floors, eye-catching and wallet-friendly marble laminate and salvaged furniture and cabinets give Josh and Katie's kitchen a whole new look without breaking the bank - and thanks to their DIY efforts, they even finish a full two grand under budget!


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18 :03x02 - Urban Country

Oct/18/2011
Paula and Mike found their 1933 Tudor house two and a half years ago, and at the time about 12 people were living there and the place was filthy. But Paula and Mike saw potential and snapped the home up. Since then, they have refinished the floors, painted walls, refurbished the fireplace and renovated the basement with new carpet and paint. They have also redone the bathroom and worked on the landscaping, adding a fence in the backyard. Now it's finally the kitchen's turn, with its cracked, dirty countertops, exposed wiring, nasty linoleum flooring and faux backsplash.


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19 :03x03 - French-Country Kitchen

Oct/25/2011
Jarvis and Mariah have a dark, closed-off kitchen, but they're dreaming of a more open plan with French Country style. Luckily, James is ready to transform the dated space into something warmer and more inviting. Jarvis and Mariah have a budget of $23,000, but they already have appliances. So their plan is to spend big on granite countertops and rustic finishes like a brick backsplash and stone veneer floor.


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20 :03x04 - Layout Lanentations

Nov/01/2011
ght years ago Chris and Erin Farmer bought a 100-year-old craftsman bungalow. They love its classic style, but vintage charm can come with few challenges. The old and ugly kitchen is small, and its layout is lousy. Now, they're ready to renovate, but they aren't sure how to fix the awkward floor plan. Contractor James Young will help them turn their cramped space into a stylish open kitchen.

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21 :03x05 - Cramped Quarters

Nov/08/2011
Mike and Becca Ahern have a problem: a growing family and cramped quarters. Their 1960s-style kitchen suffers from corners that make cooking a struggle and hanging cabinets that are more like a wall! Now, with their first child on the way, it's time for Becca and Mike to break on through - with a full kitchen remodel. We'll rearrange the floorplan, open the kitchen into the dining room, and bring in all new appliances. The goal: a family kitchen with classic contemporary style. And we'll do it for under $30,000.

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22 :03x06 - Arts and Crafts with a Twist

Nov/15/2011
Amber and Eric Cameron scored big when they landed a spacious foreclosure in the burbs. The only flaw - the last owners ripped up everything in the middle of the night...right down to the kitchen sink. In order to qualify for a mortgage, they had to come up with a makeshift kitchen - and fast. They threw together random 'free' items, and have themselves a very unattractive, makeshift space. The cabinets are barely attached, they're using an old lab table as their island, and the leaky sink reeks of food. But with the help of contractor James Young, they'll start from scratch and build an arts and crafts masterpiece bursting with color and personal flair.


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23 :03x07 - A Chef's Paradise

Nov/22/2011
Chef Simon Barrow loves to cook. He even works in a spacious, industrial kitchen during the day, but each night returns home to cook dinner in an unkempt corner of his house that Simon calls: embarrassing. His finance, Gillian, agrees-and they're ready to do something about it. The plan: remove a wall into the dining room, tear out all the old fixtures, appliances, and cabinets, and turn this disaster into a dream kitchen. Simon and Gillian have lots of ideas, but on a budget of $30,000 can they make them a reality?


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24 :03x08 - Mod Makeover

Nov/29/2011
Kate Busby and Emmett Van Gorp bought their 1950's house seven years ago and over that time, they've remodeled nearly every inch of their home. They both have a very clean, contemporary style so it's obvious why their brown, 80s kitchen sticks out like a sore thumb. But with the help of contractor James Young, they're going to transform this cramped and dated kitchen into a modern masterpiece that really matches Kate and Emmett's style.


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25 :03x09 - Unfinished Business

Dec/06/2011
Ryan and Lisa Bender started their kitchen renovation over a year ago by redoing the floors, but had to put in on hold for some very good reasons. Lisa found out she was pregnant, and then shortly after discovered she had breast cancer. She got through surgery and the majority of her cancer treatments, and just a few months ago, delivered a beautiful and healthy baby girl. So now - they're ready to finish what they've started. Their kitchen is a bright yellow wasteland - with minimal cabinets, storage space, and some very old appliances. But with the help of contractor James Young, they'll bring in a variety of metals and wood to turn it into a mixed material masterpiece.


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26 :03x10 - Blog Cabin

Dec/13/2011
Blog Cabin host Matt Blashaw and I Hate My Kitchen host James Young team up to bring some much-needed love to the empty shell of a kitchen at DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2011. The guys are starting off with a blank slate, and they're using the votes from DIY Network viewers to design the space, from the cabinetry right down to the appliances. Plus, James has a few tricks up his sleeve as he customizes every nook and cranny of the kitchen with some added surprises.


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27 :03x11 - Rustic Redo

Jan/03/2012
Seventeen years ago Rick and Natalie built their two-story from the ground up. Over the years as their kids have grown, their tastes have changed quite a bit - from kitschy '90s decor to an updated, rustic look. In just a month Rick and Natalie are hosting a graduation party for their eldest son. They're looking for a functional and updated space to entertain in, but they need some help to make it happen. Host and licensed contractor, James Young to the rescue! In the end, they will have a rustic redo they'll be proud to show off for their son's big day.


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28 :03x12 - Cultural Contemporary

Jan/10/2012
Karen and Percy have a family of seven and one seriously cramped and outdated kitchen. Host and licensed contractor, James Young helps these homeowners modernize the space by opening it up to the adjoining rooms and loading it with colorful, contemporary materials like quartz countertops, a handmade backsplash tile and custom-painted cabinet doors.


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29 :03x13 - Wasted Space

Jan/17/2012
Two years ago Mike and Liezen left behind their cramped city apartment for a comfy split-level home in the suburbs. After remodeling their basements, the homeowners have their sights set on updating their dated 1970s-style kitchen. With the help of host and licensed contractor James Young, this kitchen will get a new life as a functional contemporary masterpiece.


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Season 4

30 :04x01 - Lofty Ideas

Jul/17/2012
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31 :04x02 - Kitchen Relocation

Jul/24/2012
After years of living in small apartments Mike and Theresa desperately wanted some space. Their new home definitely has it ? just not in the kitchen (which can also be described as a hallway behind the living room.) This is not a kitchen that works, especially for Theresa, a former nutrition major and avid cook. But, when licensed contractor James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen crew are done, this room will boast sustainable products, serious cook-power and best of all: space! All on a budget of $30,000.


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32 :04x03 - Anything But White

Jul/31/2012
Single mom, Nancy has had it with her hideous all-white kitchen. After 20 years of living with this sterile, boring space she's ready for an upgrade. With the help of licensed contractor, James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen team, this kitchen is getting a major makeover. Together, they're ready to give it a new lease on life, full of function, color and personality.

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33 :04x04 - A Fresh Start

Aug/07/2012
Ben and Katie have a charming home in a quiet neighborhood, surrounded by parks and scenic views. Their entire home is full of color and designed for comfort except for the kitchen which is a white box with nothing to look at and little to love. The appliances are aging, the materials uninspiring and the whole room lingers under a layer of dirt and grime. The only remedy is a complete overhaul. This episode of I Hate My Kitchen loosens up the layout, maximizes the storage space, and gives Ben and Katie's kitchen a fresh start.

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34 :04x05 - Improving the Flow

Aug/14/2012
New parents, Anthony and Emily, purchased their century-old home a year ago. They cleaned up the former rental property by renovating the bathroom and remodeling the third floor but their dysfunctional kitchen remains. The space is a cramped crowded mess of a kitchen. With the help of licensed contractor James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen crew, this family is going to give their kitchen a fresh start-full of style, flow and function.

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35 :04x06 - Retro Gone Wrong

Aug/21/2012
Allison and Kyle have updated much of their urban home but the small kitchen is still stuck in the 1940s. On this episode of I Hate My Kitchen, a wall is opened up and a few new cabinets are added to maximize the storage and counter space. New door and drawer fronts, plus appliance panels for the refrigerator and dishwasher make the old and new elements in the kitchen look integrated and custom. A herringbone pattern hardwood floor and a teal glass backsplash finish off the space.

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36 :04x07 - Stylin' Family Kitchen

Aug/28/2012
Joel and Maja have had it with their outdated country kitchen. After seven years of living with a tacky, functionless nightmare this young family is ready for an upgrade. With the help of licensed contractor James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen team, this kitchen is getting a major makeover. They're ready to give it a new lease full of function, color and style.


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37 :04x08 - Reinventing a Modern Kitchen

Sep/04/2012
Tim and Jeanette have two kids and no room to spare in their do-it-all kitchen. This room is the hub of everything the family does, but when everyone's passing through it feels more like rush hour traffic than a place to have a relaxing, family dinner. With the help of licensed contractor James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen team, these two homeowners start fresh, with all-new storage designed to meet their needs, more counter space than they could have dreamed, and a mini-mudroom right next to the back door that keeps the clutter cleared away. The result is a clean, modern space that Tim and Jeanette's family will want to slow down and enjoy.

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38 :04x09 - Fresh Take on a Classic Look

Sep/11/2012
An outdated kitchen gets a contemporary remodel that still maintains classic details.

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39 :04x10 - Modern Victorian Style

Sep/18/2012
Just a couple months ago, Elena and Keith stumbled upon a crumbling Victorian house built in 1900 and, like the rest of the house, the kitchen isn't exactly in good shape, and it's anything but classic. They'll refinish the hardwood floors and bring in a deluxe triple basin sink and high-end faucet and pot filler. On the backsplash, they'll add some bling with a metal mosaic brick tile paired with a marble accent over the range. For appliances, they're going all-out and of course they found a deal ? a 36-inch commercial range topped with a handmade pewter hood.

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40 :04x11 - Cash Saving Kitchen

Sep/25/2012
When Nick and Melanie decided to move cross-country to be closer to family, there wasn't time for house hunting. So all it took was the right price for them to say yes to this 1949 suburban rambler. They scraped together $13,000 and want to stretch every dollar toward making the space easier to use and with an updated style. James will help Nick & Melanie stay on task and take their kitchen from dysfunctional and bizarre? to easy-to-use and updated, without breaking into the kids' college funds.

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41 :04x12 - Warming Up Arts and Crafts

Oct/02/2012
Katie and Rob fell in love with their 1908 Arts and Crafts home the moment they stepped foot inside. It was a neat space with tons of potential. But when it comes to remodeling their cold, tan kitchen they're completely at a loss. At first glance this kitchen might look okay, but functionally, it's a nightmare. These novice-DIYers are in luck because James will transform this kitchen from a chilly-dysfunctional mess into a stylish showpiece that will complement the rest of their home.


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42 :04x13 - Baby Plus Kitchen

Oct/09/2012
Redoing their 1950's kitchen has always been in the back of college sweetheart Mark and Megan's minds, but seemed more daunting than other projects. The added pressure is that they are expecting their first baby in just a few months! Licensed contractor James Young is here to help ease their fears and take this project from 50's flashback to simple & modern without going over the top ? or over their $22,000 budget.


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Season 5

43 :05x01 - Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen

Jan/22/2013
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44 :05x02 - Coming Out Contemporary

Jan/29/2013
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45 :05x03 - A Roommate Renovation

Feb/05/2013
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46 :05x04 - Feng Shui Bungalow

Feb/12/2013
Mike and Leigh love everything about about their charming 1920's bungalow - everything, that is, except the poorly planned out kitchen. You have to squeeze past the stove just to get in and out of the kitchen. Licensed contractor James Young suggests closing off one of three doorways so they can better utilize the space. That'll create room to add a much-desired dishwasher, and the rest of the room will be filled with stylish features like recycled glass countertops, a hammered copper sink and a customized, interchangeable backsplash.


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47 :05x05 - Earthy Sophistication

Feb/19/2013
Jeff and Sonia's 80's kitchen is definitely the problem child in their house. It's got plenty and space, but zero style. James Young helps them update it with modern, flat-front cabinets, stone counters, and poured epoxy resin floors. Convenient extras like a built-in coffeemaker help turn their kitchen into an earthy, sophisticated space.

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48 :05x06 - Timeless & Traditional

Feb/26/2013
Jeff and Amanda have a closed off kitchen that doesn't flow with the rest of their 1920's home. They lack DIY skills, so James Young comes in to show them how they can make the most of their $25,000 budget and teach them some skills along the way. The existing cabinets are repurposed and topped with soapstone countertops, opening up a wall allows for changes in the layout, and a peninsula addition gives them lots more storage and surface space.


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49 :05x07 - Handle with Flair

Mar/05/2013
Nikkie & Joe have a large 60's rambler with one seriously outdated kitchen. It's covered in multiple layers of wallpaper, and the barely functioning yellow appliances have got to go. Contractor James Young helps them demo the space and reconfigure their existing cabinets to save some cash. The cabinets are refinished with an easy to use kit, and flexible stone veneer flooring, granite countertops, and high-tech accessories help to bring the kitchen up to date.


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50 :05x08 - 50th Episode: Cramped to Convenient

Mar/12/2013
Matt has renovated every part of his 1920's bungalow except the tiny kitchen. A gorgeous built-in hutch has kept him from expanding the room, but contractor James Young comes up with a plan to remove and repurpose the buffet, turning it into part of an island. The rest of the space is then filled with a mix of modern and vintage features.


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51 :05x09 - Cottage Chic

Mar/19/2013
Jim & Jen love the open floor plan of their 1940's home, but the outdated galley-style kitchen is a sore spot. They have so little storage space that they're using a dresser in the adjacent dining room to fulfill their needs, and the whole space needs to be more efficient. Licensed Contractor James Young unifies the two rooms with hardwood flooring, and adds an island with a dry erasable countertop to give them an additional work surface. New cabinets, zinc countertops, and a Carrera marble backsplash add style and sophistication, and a self-programming thermostat brings in modern convenience.


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52 :05x10 - Down Home Country

Mar/26/2013
Roy & Katie's kitchen has a terrible layout, minimal cabinet space, and completely ancient appliances. To fix the issues, Licensed Contractor James Young starts by reconfiguring the layout to create a working triangle and make the space more functional. He then adds old world charm with a beadboard ceiling & coordinating cabinet doors, an apron front sink, and rustic shelving made from an old wooden pallet. Laminate tigerwood flooring and a stone backsplash help warm the space up and complete the cozy country themed space.

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53 :05x11 - An Entertaining Kitchen

Apr/02/2013
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55 :05x13 - Rustic Kitchen Overhaul

Apr/16/2013
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Season 6

56 :06x01 - Hot & Spicy

Aug/06/2013
When sisters Mary Jo & Anu bought their home, they thought they could deal with having a tiny kitchen. But after living with it for awhile, they can no longer tolerate the poorly laid out cramped quarters or the poorly functioning appliances. James Young helps them expand their space by incorporating an adjacent mudroom into the design. Then he walks them through maximizing the space they have with custom cabinetry, funky design features and lots of added color.


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57 :06x02 - Industrial Contemporary Chalet

Aug/13/2013
Newlyweds Beau & Jesalyn couldn't resist their 1950's ranch style that sits on a beautiful lot backing up to an urban creek. But the kitchen is less than desirable ? a wall blocks their beautiful view, and there's nowhere for the whole family to sit together and eat. James Young's plan includes knocking out a wall between the kitchen and family room to create one big, open space. Then he's decking the place out with industrial elements including a bar top made from metal, and a funky backsplash made using old skis.


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58 :06x03 - Grandma's Kitchen

Aug/20/2013
Tyrone has many happy childhood memories of going to Grandma's house. But now that he OWNS Grandma's house and has a wife and five kids, those happy memories have turned into frustration?especially when it comes to the kitchen. It's too small, too tattered, and the cabinets are just plain too tall! With no room to expand, James Young needs to make this kitchen live bigger and function better. He starts by opening up a wall and creating a peninsula, then installs new stock cabinets with a rolling ladder added on to reach the high spots, then brings in walnut countertops, concrete tile for the floor, and new stainless appliances.

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60 :06x05 - Tudor Revival

Sep/03/2013
Lindsay and Jason love their Tudor style home, but the outdated kitchen is bringing the whole house down. It's completely outdated and not functioning well for their family. Licensed Contractor James Young helps them devise and execute a plan that includes all new custom cabinets, a mix of countertop materials, a slate floor, and plenty of built-in storage.

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61 :06x06 - European Sophistication

Sep/10/2013
When Blake and Alison found their spacious home 4 years ago they knew it was perfect for their growing family. They've done a ton of work on it, but saved the worst for last their colorful and completely outdated kitchen. The plan for the new space includes saving the old cabinet boxes and extending them to the ceiling. They'll be made cohesive with a coat of paint and new doors. A brick backsplash and stone veneer focal wall will help add rustic charm to the sophisticated space.


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62 :06x07 - Loft in the 'Burbs

Sep/17/2013
Jackie and Nicole love the location of their split-level home in a quiet suburb, but the kitchen is stuck in the past and bringing the whole house down. They've already removed a dividing wall, but need some help from Licensed Contractor James Young to figure out the next moves to make. He helps them add contemporary style with sleek aluminum cabinet doors, white quartz countertops and stainless appliances. The fireplace in the adjacent space is getting a facelift with recycled aluminum tile, and the whole area will be unified with maple flooring. Finally, a unique countertop made using agates will create a focal point on an L-shaped island.

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63 :06x08 - Classic With an Edge

Sep/24/2013
Danny & Ashley started working on their early 1900's fixer upper 4 years ago, but got deterred by a wedding and a baby. Now, they're finally ready to tackle their outdated and cramped kitchen with help from Licensed Contractor James Young. Plans for the revamped space include salvaging some of the old cabinet boxes and mixing them with new custom pieces, upgrading the countertops and flooring, and expanding the dining area so these homeowners have a place to eat and entertain.


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64 :06x09 - Flea Market Finds

Oct/01/2013
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65 :06x10 - Fabulous Farmhouse

Oct/08/2013
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66 :06x11 - English Garden

Oct/15/2013
Nicola and Brad stumbled upon their charming 1940s Cape Cod while walking through their neighborhood. An open house was in process, they stopped in, fell in love with the spacious house and the rest is history. However, the larger space came with an ugly 1980s kitchen and 8 years later, they've still not made any improvements on it, and even worse, a broken toilet on the second floor left the ceiling in shambles. Licensed contractor James Young is here to help them fix all their problems. The plan includes converting a pantry into a mini-mudroom to alleviate clutter, adding all new cabinets in two colors, installing a fun backsplash made out of stained glass, and adding a built-in seating area in the adjacent dining room.


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67 :06x12 - Treehouse Zen

Oct/22/2013
Matt and Zeny's 7-level home has loads of space and an open floor plan that they love, but after updating much of the house to match their sleek, minimalist style, they got stuck on what to do with their cramped, outdated kitchen. Licensed contractor James Young helps them come up with a plan to maximize every inch of the small space and make it flow better with the rest of the house. Projects on tap include building a custom center island, installing a decorative accent lighting on the ceiling, and tiling the floor and backsplash.

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68 :06x13 - Marnita's Kitchen

Oct/29/2013
Marnita & Carl's kitchen is not only the heart of their home, it's the heart of their community. They regularly host large dinner parties to bring together people of differing backgrounds, and at times have fed as many as 150 people. They make the most of their cramped, overworked kitchen, but they are more than ready for a change. They have a commercial range that a neighbor donated to them collecting dust in the garage, so Licensed Contractor James Young comes up with a plan to finally get it inside and make it the focal point of a highly efficient, commercial style kitchen.

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Warning: I Hate My Kitchen guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Design/Decorating | Educational | Family | Housing/Building | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: diy network ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 11:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 05, 2010
Episode Order: 13
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