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DIY Network House Crashers’ professional contractor Josh Temple is in Cleveland Ohio in search of a challenging renovation project. At the local Lowe’s he finds his target couple Rachel and Tim. They want to turn their old Polish butcher shop into a modern sophisticated living space while keeping its historic influence in mind. In their old living space they barely had a kitchenette that could be used to prepare a meal. Their whole space was falling apart and couldn’t be used to entertain. With the help of House Crashers they were able to completely turn an old butcher shop into an elegant and modern space. Josh Temple mentioned that this was one of his biggest projects, which we can see with the drastic change of the one hundred year old building. The kitchenette received a facelift with a new eye-catching BLANCO sink and faucet. Rachel and Tim were excited to do the renovation and you can see how happy they are with the result.
On this episode of “Kitchen Crashers” it was Jessica and CJ’s lucky day when they met designer contractor, Alison Victoria, while out shopping at Lowe’s for the afternoon. When the couple brought Alison and her team back to their home, the old, dark and gloomy kitchen was revealed. It was going to be a lot of hard work but Alison had positive thoughts about what could be done to create a masterpiece. The couple got right into action and it looked like they were really enjoying breaking down their old kitchen! With some new counter tops, cabinets and a fabulous BLANCO PRECIS SILGRANIT II® Truffle kitchen sink and PURUS faucet, things were beginning to come together. CJ even got his dream come true when a flat screen television which was installed right into the kitchen wall! After three days, their kitchen was transformed into a bright, shiny, colorful and spacious gathering space, where family and friends could come together and share a whole bunch of laughs and memories.
An ordinary kitchen is reconstructed into “treasure chest” on a recent episode of “House Crashers,” one of the most popular shows on the DIY Network with over 11 million viewers. The show is hosted by the licensed contractor and ultimate house expert Josh Temple, who along with his outgoing personality and “You’re smiling cause I’m coming at ya,” trademark approach convinces couples to let him and his team redo parts of their home.
“You got no color in here, no flavor, “ Temple says to the archeologist and his wife describing their 1940’s style kitchen in the episode entitled “Indoor/Outdoor Kitchen.” The young couple admit to Temple the kind of dream kitchen they’ve always wanted – an indoor/outdoor extended complete with deck lounge. Temple, his tenacious demolition team and the couple’s “hipster” friends create the most amazing kitchen using the ancient old Japanese recycling lumber method called “Shou-Sugi-Ban.” The once plain white and outdated kitchen is soon transformed into a beautiful and sleek one complete with the BLANCO Kontrole Faucet and Precision Sink.
BLANCO assists a newly married couple turn their outdated kitchen into an exotic Asian themed beauty on this episode of “House Crashers.” The popular award-winning television show on the DIY network reaches over 11 million viewers with its creative and dramatic crash remodeling style. “House Crashers” is hosted by dynamic contractor Josh Temple.
The episode entitled “Asian Modern” aired on June 27th and will air again on July 2nd and on July 25th at 5pm EST. Temple and his hard core demolition team go up against an outdated kitchen and transform it into an exciting and beautiful Asian modern masterpiece complete with new bamboo floors and unique keyhole entrance. While revealing personal building secrets-including how to curve dry wall, Temple boasts to viewers saying, “Ladies and Gentleman, I’ve taught the world something!”
The owners also get down and dirty with the team helping to build their new kitchen. The BLANCO PRECISION™ MicroEdge™ Super Single Bowl and CUBIQ™ faucet with pull-down stream spout complete the stunning new makeover that integrates beautifully with the modern, minimal Asian look.
BLANCO helps yet another family turn their average home into a beautiful dwelling on an upcoming episode of “House Crashers”, a popular television show on the DIY network that reaches over 11 million viewers . “House Crashers” is hosted by the charismatic contractor Josh Temple.
In an upcoming episode entitled “Eclectic Wood Kitchen” which airs on June 13th and again on June 24th & 25th at 5pm EST, Temple targets a young couple’s recently purchased home and transforms their outdated kitchen into a beautiful and modern one with sleek, innovative appliances and reclaimed wood adding a great deal of value and comfort to the home. The couple totally adores the stunning BLANCO MERIDIAN Semi-Professional faucet that completes their new kitchen.
Viewers are taken on a journey from the boldness of the demolition to the final stages of the finish kitchen. Step by step Temple shows with a bit of humor, how he transforms an average and outdated kitchen into a new and modern one − in just three days!
“Enjoy your kitchen, enjoy your crash,” states Temple.