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Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin have their biggest budget yet to overhaul an old family home while honoring three generations of memories. They give this family a breezy, coastal home full of sentimental touches and nods to their farming history.
Jon and Kristina take on their biggest renovation when they make over a couple's horse farm. They're tasked with combining all their clients' requests -- an old-world kitchen, a moody club room and a country club exterior -- into a single, cohesive home.
An outdated farmhouse is transformed into a functional family home with an earthy design. Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin create a kitchen fit for a chef, a cozy, traditional New England family room and even a goat jungle gym for their new farm animals.
Jon Knight picks up a 110-year-old house and moves it! It's been in the Knight family for 20 years, and Jon wants it to be a home for his whole family to visit for years to come. Also, the farm ducks get new digs in the form of a floating duck house.
Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin restore a 1790s farmhouse with a design inspired by fairy-tale cottages of England. The team updates the kitchen with 200-year-old pine floorboards found in the attic, and gives the home a mudroom and a true English garden.
Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin transform a quirky 1840s beachside home and give it a relaxing, coastal feel it's been missing, and they include a dramatically dark living room, kitchen decor inspired by a family recipe and the perfect beach mudroom.
Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin take on a horse farmhouse before he leaves for tour with the New Kids on the Block. They bring the house out of the 1800s with a beautiful farmhouse kitchen, a dining room with a view and a home for the family's new piglet.
Jon Knight must preserve the history of a 280-year-old farmhouse while also making it feasible for modern living. When he learns that part of the foundation is beyond saving, he makes the shocking proposition to the owners to tear down half of the home.
A historical house from 1873 is transformed into a vibrant, modern home for a young family. Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin give this family of five a home with fun colors, shiny brass, whimsical bird wallpaper and even a beehive.
It's the "newest" renovation yet as Jon Knight tackles a 50-year-old Colonial reproduction. The home needs major help, so Jon and Kristina bring in a bright West Coast design, adding much needed natural light, a vaulted ceiling and a dream mudroom.
Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin deliver an emotional renovation to a choppy 1800s Victorian. The team makes sense of the space for the family and their Great Danes, and design inspiration comes from unusual places, including an antique car museum.
A Los Angeles family buys a 1798 farmhouse sight unseen in New Hampshire, and Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin transform the dark home into a vibrant space with a bright-white kitchen, a bathroom they can fit in and a Santa Monica inspired chicken coop.
Jon Knight and Kristina Crestin take on their spookiest project yet as they remodel the bedroom and bathroom of a home connected to the Salem witch trials. Then, Jon restores a 1950s farm stand and lives out his dream of building a post and beam barn.
Season Premiere! Dec. 4 at 8|7c