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80 :07x01 - Bringing Black Back

Oct/13/2014
Alison is stuck within the footprint of Maria and Matt's galley kitchen, so rather than fight the space, she pumps up the creativity and changes up the layout. First, she shortens a large window and moves the sink underneath to maximize countertop and cabinet space. After the soffits are out, ceiling height light sage-colored cabinetry comes in to compliment whitewashed laminate flooring and marbled black, cream and white granite countertops. Next up, smudge-proof black appliances including a double oven, cooktop, counter-depth refrigerator and stylish hood. To keep up with the black accents, Alison installs a heavy-duty black granite sink, faucet and sleek cabinet hardware.

Source: DIY Network

81 :07x02 - Mid Century Modern Kitchen

Oct/20/2014
A dark and outdated kitchen is gutted and opened up into a Mid Century Modern space! In just three days the kitchen is completely transformed with brand new hardwood floors, all new cabinets, bright backsplash, banquette seating and a custom walnut dining table. Plus, an island faced with gypsum tiles takes center stage and is completed with walnut stools made with seat belts!

Source: DIY Network

82 :07x03 - Gigantic Blue Island Kitchen

Oct/27/2014
Alison and the Kitchen Crashers Crew find a couple of California homeowners who have a really big kitchen. The problem is size is the only thing this space has going for it, everything else is old and dated and half of the flooring is exposed plywood. The plan involves adding even more room by removing a wall and then the new finishes start flooding in. This ambitious renovation starts with new flooring throughout both the kitchen and living room spaces and new cabinets in both light and dark. Part of the cabinet package includes a huge kitchen island, painted blue, and topped with a manufactured stone countertop and then custom built elements like a sliding barn door, pub table, and a doggy feeding hutch are added.

Source: DIY Network

83 :07x04 - Modern Meets Rustic Kitchen

Nov/03/2014
Ari and Lara's kitchen is cramped and the layout is all wrong, until Alison Victoria comes in and revamps the entire space, partially knocking down the wall into the dining room and accenting the room with an arch and DIY distressed corbels. Alison brings in a reclaimed wood floor to give the room a rustic feel and grey washed cabinetry with detailed doors and crystal hardware for a modern feel. Where there was once a wall, there is now a custom reclaimed wood peninsula and alcove with a DIY picture frame and chalkboard. A faux brick paneled wall, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances finish off the space.

Source: DIY Network

84 :07x05 - Decked Out Kitchen

Nov/10/2014
Jess and Tom try to make the most of city living by using their deck off the kitchen as a dining area, but their setup isn't working for them until Alison gets her hands on it. After tossing their main appliances off the deck, Alison and the crew carefully take down the wall of cabinetry and re-use the cabinet faces for DIY planter boxes. So that they don't make the same mistake twice, Alison replaces the cabinetry with two-toned cabinets and an open shelving area to break up the giant wall. To help Tom and Jess up their fun factor, Alison installs a bar with under cabinet beverage center and works with Tom on a DIY table that has a cooler right in the middle.

Source: DIY Network

85 :07x06 - Rustic Outdoor Kitchen

Nov/17/2014
A bland and boring backyard is completely transformed into the ultimate outdoor kitchen. Two kitchen islands faced in slate sit on a brand new concrete patio and are covered by two artistic pergolas. Plus, a live edge dining table becomes the focal point of this kitchen. The outdoor space goes above and beyond with a serene living area complete with a fire and water features, privacy screens, a custom coffee table and an antler chandelier.

Source: DIY Network

86 :07x07 - Two Grills are Better than One

Nov/24/2014
While they're very happy with their indoor kitchen, Casey and McKenzie's urban backyard has a lot to be desired, until Alison and her crew step in for a complete overhaul. They start by turning the stairs on the existing decking to create the feeling of a room below, the perfect spot for an outdoor kitchen. Alison brings in composite gray decking and has it cut and mounted into squares to create a unique pattern. Next, a pergola, built-in bench with planters and stone bases come together to make up the footprint for the space. Garapa wood is mounted horizontally to a wall to enclose the space and two grills are installed to give the homeowners options when they cook.

Source: DIY Network
Warning: Kitchen Crashers guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Educational | Family | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: diy network ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 10, 2011
Episode Order: 13
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