Top Knobs becomes part of Kitchen Crashers colorful Moroccan style kitchen

Alison Victoria from Kitchen Crashers is at it again!

The "before" kitchen was loud and outdated

The “before” kitchen that was loud and outdated

Always cooking up a new surprise, the cheerful and energetic interior designer and host of the DIY Kitchen Crashers show hunts down unassuming homeowners Dan and Beth and convinces them into getting an exciting and colorful new Moroccan style new kitchen in a recent episode.

They needed it desperately according to Victoria.

“You’re the first people to admit your kitchen is stupid,” she tells them before the crash adventure begins with the couple’s outdated kitchen.

“I’d like a modern layout,” says homeowner Dan.

The TK Collection was used in the new Mo

Top Knobs Newton Ring Pulls were used in the new modern kitchen

“Just be opened minded with the colors,” Victoria answers back.

The crash begins!

Interior walls were torn out, countertops were smashed and windows were destroyed to make way for a modern, new and beautiful kitchen that the entire family can enjoy complete with a charging station for gadgets and computers.

The new kitchen also includes new appliances and Top Knobs collection cabinet hardware that fit in with the subway tile back-splash and Moroccan inspired lighting and a beautiful dining peninsula for the family.

The end results were a beautiful, new and colorful kitchen

The transformation resulted in a beautiful, new and colorful kitchen

Top Knobs Newton Pulls, part of the Tuscany collection, go well with the new white, brown and light blue cabinets adding the luxurious look to the stunning new family kitchen.

The end results are a new, clean and much brighter colorful kitchen filled with ample counter space for cooking and entertaining for the entire family to enjoy!

Kitchen Crashers airs on Monday night at 10pm/9C on DIY Network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Knobs helps DIY show Kitchen Crashers with a farm house makeover

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The “before” kitchen was plain and equipped with outdated appliances.

Noted kitchen contractor Allison Victoria was at it again! When you see her coming, look out!

“We are looking for nasty kitchens,” the host of the popular DIY network Kitchen Crashers show tells unsuspected families and couples shopping for home repair items.

After hunting down shoppers, Victoria finally comes across an unassuming young married couple Anne and Matt who are in desperate need of a kitchen makeover for the home they share with their small children.

Top Knobs kitchen hardware brings beauty to the new kitchen!!

Top Knobs kitchen hardware brings beauty to the new kitchen!

That was music to Victoria’s ears!

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Victoria showing the new Top Knobs Somerset II collection cabinet hardware to the homeowners.

She follows them to their urban farm house to see the kitchen and realizing how outdated it is, returns with a team of builders to redo their kitchen adding Top Knobs hardware to the cabinets.

Over a period of three days, the entire team with the help of the homeowners’ friends and family, tear apart the old kitchen and create a new, stylish one for the entire family.

The Top Knobs Somerset II cabinet hardware collection in oil rubbed bronze, gives added beauty to the kitchen and mixes in very well with the lime colored fresh paint.

Victoria even gets homeowner Anne involved with the cabinet hardware installation by letting her attach the pieces to the cabinets using a handheld drill.

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The “after” new kitchen is stunning and kid friendly!

The end result is a beautiful, updated and modern urban farm house kitchen with stunning new Top Knobs hardware that the family can enjoy and cherish forever in their home.

The renovated kitchen is now kid friendly. The homeowners can now spend more time in the kitchen with their new seating and appreciating the new ultra modern decor without worrying about their children’s safety.

For more information on how to get the look featured in this kitchen, please visit www.topknobs.com