Daryl overcomes problems with the refrigerator delivery and a last-minute change to the front yard's landscape, which threatens to stop his progress. The pressure is on with family coming soon, and there's a lot of details he still has to deal with, including installing tiles for the kitchen stove's alcove, getting the cabinets built and stained, and finishing the molding in the sitting room. Although it's been a long road, he manages to get the additions to his house finished on time.
The addition to Daryl's 1787 farmhouse is close to wrapping up, but there's still plenty of work that needs to be done. He tackles the kitchen and gives every detail his attention, including the customized, period-accurate cabinets which give the room a historic look. Daryl goes to Massachusetts, hoping to hunt down a vintage iron stove, an antique apothecary table and salvaged boards for the floor. However, finding the right stain for the wood paneled walls becomes a challenge.