'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 9 Spoilers: Watch How Lisa Vanderpump Handles Her Anger [WATCH]

Following her epic blow out with Kyle Richards on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Lisa Vanderpump is ready to do some serious reconstructing—at least, to her kitchen. On the upcoming episode of the Bravo reality show, Villa Rosa, Vanderpump's lavish mansion, will undergo a few upgrades as the reality star attempts to rid her home of the negative energy left behind from her explosive fight with Richards.

"Lately with the bulls**t I've been through my emotions are scattered and I feel like everything's coming at me from all angles," Lisa said to greenroom cameras in the episode 10 sneak peek.

When Lisa and Kyle exchanged heated words a few episodes ago, Lisa's kitchen was covered in darkness. Literally. The sleek countertops, cabinets design was particularly dark, and the restaurateur was contemplating making some changes to her home anyway, but her fight with Kyle only helped fuel her decisions towards the renovation.

"The last time I stood here it was with a friend of mine," Lisa explained to her contractor while taking a mallet to her countertop. "She stood here and was really having a go at me, so yea that feels good."

It doesn't take long for Lisa to start feeling better about the space after the construction is underway. "It does actually feel kinda brighter, because all this being so dark everywhere, it just felt so depressing. It already feels lighter," Lisa said.

"But at least Kyle was a total f**king b***h to me in this kitchen. Had she followed me maybe through the hallway and up to my bedroom it would have been a lot more expensive," she continued in a confessional.

Knee deep in personal reconstruction, later in the episode Lisa will be missing in action at Camille Grammer's bridal shower. Somehow, though, drama seems to engulf the group even without Lisa's presence. Her castmates, Lisa Rinna and Camille Grammer appear in a screaming match over the latest news headlines.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET.