Last Thursday night, August 19, DIY Network aired the new season of Blog Cabin, the first interactive home building TV show ever, and we’re proud to be there.
This episode, hosted by the licensed contractor John DeSilvia, and the carpenter and electrician Marc Bartolomeo, both DIY talents, showed the remodeling of the entire kitchen of a 1970s ranch house, situated just 2 hours from downtown New York.
The product chosen by the public, and described by the host as the better option to the kitchen was the Elida Tumbled Natural glass mosaic tile. The hosts also described to the public some of the advantages to use glass mosaic tiles.
Here is the result of their work:
You can find the Elida Tumbled Natural at the best retail stores around the contry, on the internet, at Lowe’s Stores and Lowe’s e-commerce website.
You can see the full episode of Blog Cabin by clicking on the link below or the Blog Cabin’s first view clicking play on the video below.http://www.diynetwork.com/videos/blog-cabin:-impossible-kitchen/58987.html
Keep watching blog cabin to see the incredible transformation they are doing and to see more Elida products on the following weeks.
More about Blog Cabin
DIY Network’s Blog Cabin, the first-ever home building television series, returns for a fourth season this year. Beginning Monday, Feb. 15, DIY Network and DIYnetwork.com invite the world to participate in “citizen design” to help renovate a 1970s ranch house. Situated just minutes from upstate New York’s Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a world class amphitheatre and the infamous site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, DIY Network’s Blog Cabin asks viewers to vote and blog on the design features of the ultimate vacation home. Premiering on Thursday, Aug. 19 (Time TBD), this primetime series also offers a chance for one lucky viewer to win the cabin.
This entry was posted on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 at 10:07 am.