Family Gets Kitchen Makeover This Thanksgiving

A design expert helps a mom declutter her kitchen so she can host Thanksgiving dinner.
2:29 | 11/20/15

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Also getting into the Thanksgiving spirit this morning with another edition of "Improve this" responsible for the by Lowe's. ABC's Rachel smith and the team helped a special mom update her kitchen so she could host her holiday feast in this Thanksgiving makeover. Stay-at-home mom Carrie enjoys cooking for her family, 2-year-old viola and her husband Chris but this outdated kitchen makes it impossible. You have a small oven. Counter space, like stuff everywhere. Reporter: With only one income money is tight. I just sort of wanted to try to convince my husband it might look okay if we painted. So this is what we have here. So I don't -- I didn't convince him. Reporter: To help we're sending in design expert Nicole gibbons. If you could envision your dream kitchen tell M what that would look like. Timeless, white and bright. One of the things I love about this space it has beautiful natural light. Reporter: With no time to spare the crew gets started. In just a few hours the dark drab kitchen is gone while the family lives through the renovation, volunteers and cabinets, appliances and products from Lowe's. I don't want to like make you wait any longer so -- I know. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. I feel like I'm going to cry. This looks like a new house. Oh. Nicole replaced the dark wood cabinets and laminate countertop with sleek white cabinets and lack of counter space so she replaced the separate oven and range with a new combination of a stovetop to create more space and by taking out the microwave and putting in new cabinets under the bar area created even more storage. Her top tips for your kitchen renovation, Nicole chose a white subway tile at 53 cents a tie, the total cost, $150. Keep the existing footprint of the kitchen. It keeps costs down to Mott move outlets and plumbing. If you have kids install quart countertop, heat, stain and scratch resistant. For "Good morning America," Rachel smith, ABC news, new York. Some really great tips and go to on Yahoo! To make a pegboard to declutter your kitchen. We have those piles or the drawer so great one there, as well.

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