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"Blog Cabin" is a reality "crowd sourced" renovation series on DIY Network. For the new season, the series that promises viewers "You Design It, We Build It, You Could Win It!" is transforming the 1800s beach cottage located in Atlantic, N.C., into a modern-day "Crystal Coast" retreat. A record-breaking 13.5 million viewers voted on all aspects of the renovation — from kitchen tiles and bathtubs to window treatments — on the network's companion website.

Hosted by tools expert and do-it-yourself enthusiast, Chris Grundy, this season's "Blog Cabin" also features such DIY Network experts as Josh Temple ("House Crashers"), Matt Muenster ("Bath Crashers"), Matt Blashaw ("Yard Crashers") and the first lady of the Crashers family, Alison Victoria ("Kitchen Crashers"). Experts Jason Cameron, host of "Desperate Landscapes," and Anitra Mecadon of "Mega Dens," are also on hand to transform this late 1800s waterfront property into a dream vacation retreat.

"Blog Cabin," an original groundbreaking multimedia experience launched in 2007, asks Internet users and viewers to vote and blog on the design features of the ultimate vacation home and offers a chance for one lucky viewer to win it. Throughout the series, Grundy documents the miraculous transformation of this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath 1600-sq. ft. cottage that boasts a private dock with waterfront property.

DIY Network's 2013 "Blog Cabin" is being built in cooperation with GMC, Lumber Liquidators, Inc., The Sherwin-Williams Company, GE Appliances, Quicken Loans Inc., Budget Blinds, Inc., Cabinets to Go, James Hardie Building Products, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating, GAF, Kohler Co., Kohler Generators, National Gypsum, PetSafe, Window World, and EasyClosets.


Network: DIY
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: August 16, 2007
Seasons: 8

Chris Grundy in "Blog Cabin 2013" 'Blog Cabin' Season 7 Restores Beachfront Property — Premiering Monday, July 29, the new season of the DIY Network interactive home building series is transforming an 1800s beach cottage located in Atlantic, N.C., into a modern-day “Crystal Coast” retreat. Read more...

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