This premiere episode featured 4 stunning kitchens, a hot air balloon ride, and plenty of fun. The hot air balloon ride sprung a design challenge to the teams to include nature back into their designs for this week.
Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight started in the green with bold, beautiful cabinets and eye-popping ceiling beams. The rounded island maintained the organic feel of the kitchen and the stove alcove completed this stunning space. A back kitchen complete with a refrigerator and sink made this a winning room. The duo utilized trimmed logs to accent their powder room ceiling to bring the natural beauty of Colorado into their home.
Page Turner and Mitch Glew wowed judges Dave and Jenny Marrs of Fixer to Fabulous with design-delighting double islands and high-end restaurant-style wine racks. Additionally, they added a functional back kitchen with a sink, refrigerator, and dishwasher. The dining room boasted a stone wall that tied outdoor beauty back into the home.
Sarah and Bryan Baeumler made the most of the captivating mountain views in their reconfigured kitchen and dining rooms. With direct access to a picturesque view of Longs Peak, this space truly captivated the attention of viewers. By expanding the room to allow more viewing space, this home is set to please those yearning for a vista. The limestone hood vent extended to the ceiling and reflected natural beauty back toward the great outdoors.
Finally, Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle brought their kitchen space to life with incredible texture that made the room a complete experience. They took space from other areas to craft a functional and gorgeous pantry. To complete the rooms, and the design challenge, they included dazzling rounded wood doors that impressed judges and viewers alike.