AyA Kitchen on Divine Design Today! 4

picture-11Be sure to catch the newest episode of Divine Design today on the W Network. A beautiful AyA Madison Glazed Latte Kitchen with a Camden Blackened Clove maple island will be featured. (check your local listings)

Episode #203 – Deb & Greg’s kitchen (W Network)
From Childhood sweethearts to being married with 5 teenaged children living in the house where Greg grew up and running the family business. Their home is the hub for activity and the kitchen is command central. A large family and all the kid’s friends means extreme wear and tear on their dated dysfunctional kitchen.

This family of 7 wants to sit together at mealtime but also needs seating for friends. Deb and Greg love all the activity but would love it more in a beautiful kitchen that’s well designed, easy to clean, modern and cosy. This family needs Candice to transform a worn down kitchen into a modern space for many.

Here is the dramatic before and after shots.






4 thoughts on “AyA Kitchen on Divine Design Today!

  1. Reply Bonnita Mitchell Mar 9, 2010 4:37 pm

    If I missed it, do you know when it will be on again? Info such as the Episode number to search online would be great!

  2. Reply A.Britton Mar 10, 2010 5:08 pm

    Hi Bonnita,
    We’ve updated our blog to include some pictures and more info on the reno. We’re not sure yet when this will be re-airing but as soon we as find out, we’ll be sure to re-post. In the meantime, feel free to check out the Divine Design website for more information on this episode. #203

  3. Reply Mike Mar 10, 2010 5:09 pm

    Hi Bonnita,
    The episode will be re-airing on the HGTV channel – Saturday March 13th @ 8:00p.m

    Dated, worn farm kitchen becomes functional and fabulous

    Mom, Dad, and 5 kids running a chinchilla farm get a fabulous contemporary country kitchen.

    For more visit: http://www.hgtv.com/divine-design/show/index.html

  4. Reply Bunny Mar 14, 2010 2:39 am

    love devine design, and caught this episode. great kitchen transformation, really enjoyed the tile backsplash in a basketweave pattern.

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