On the DIY Network Series, Stone House Revival, carpenter Jeff Devlin and his team of restoration experts work with home owners in Bucks County, PA to restore houses dating back to the 1700s. With a goal of bringing the original character of the home back to life, ILVE and Verona Appliances help these stunning transformations come full circle by adding modern cooking appliances to once ramshackle kitchens.
Below are episode recaps featuring ILVE & Verona Appliances. Check your local listings for full episodes of Stone House Revival on the DIY Network.
1800’s Living Room & Kitchen
Fred and Elizabeth, home owners of an 1800 era stone house, call on Jeff Devlin and his team to restore the historic charm of their kitchen. Before the renovation, the out-dated space sat on a 1950s addition with metal cabinets, knotty pine paneling and linoleum floors. Jeff outfits the kitchen for entertaining and gives it a farmhouse style feel with top of the line amenities, including a 36″ Stainless Steel Verona range.
1800s Original Kitchen Restoration
Jeff is tasked with renovating a very dated kitchen that is believed to be in the same spot as the original one built in the 1800s. During the transformation, the team uncovers the original open-hearth fireplace hiding behind the kitchen wall. A perfect addition to the traditional charm of the space, a Matte Graphite ILVE Majestic Range with Brass Trim lends unique style and function to the home.
1737 Entryway & Kitchen
In Plymouth Meeting, PA home owners Lisa & Tom recruit Jeff and his team to address their kitchen, which was built in the 1800s but looks straight out of the 1980s. Jeff and his team dig into the project, bringing unique historic elements into the the kitchen with an 1800s overhaul. A 30″ Electric Verona Range gives the 200 year old space a modern touch.
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