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Meet the Host

Matt Muenster

Licensed contractor Matt Muenster sees every house project, whether he’s ripping apart dated bathrooms using the latest construction technology or completely gutting his own kitchen, as a chance to use his clever ideas to achieve great design while integrating earth-friendly elements.

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About the show

Unsuspecting homeowners get the ultimate surprise of a brand-new bathroom when licensed contractor Matt Muenster and his Bath Crashers crew ambush them in the home improvement aisle. Three days later, their bathrooms are totally transformed into the most spectacular space in the house. From TV’s hidden in mirrors, heated floors and swanky steam showers, Matt tricks out everyone’s most-used room with the hottest items around.
Season 7, Episode 1

Chimney Sweep

This tiny bathroom was jammed between an eave and a chimney-stack. There was barely room for a sink in the space, and no chance for the city-dwelling homeowners to be in the room at the same time. Host and licensed contractor Matt Muenster and his Bath Crashers crew remove the chimney and knock down a wall to transform the space into a modern showpiece. A new skylight and awning-style window provide natural light, while white camera marble and ipe floors add a visual enhancement. A soaking tub and steam shower provide his and hers bathing spots while separate vanities make the morning routine a breeze.

Wednesday
Mar 18
10am | 9c
Season 7, Episode 4

Old Warm Charm

This builder grade bathroom lacked style and warmth. Everything about it was generic. The Bath Crashers team gutted the space and replaced the bland with one-of-a-kind custom pieces that make this bathroom memorable. A large air soaker tub is framed by an antique fireplace mantel, customized with a mirror and candles. A French Armoire is cut in half and hides a TV. For more body pampering, step into the expanded shower with large rainshower head and four body sprays with a thermostatic valve featuring individual heat settings. The wet space is wrapped in 12 by 24-inch slabs of beige, polished marble. Underfoot, scrapped hickory flooring adds a final touch of warmth and coziness.

Wednesday
Mar 18
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 11, Episode 1

Major League Bath Crash

Target Field serves as the inspiration for the ultimate baseball lover's bathroom. A family of four is thrown a curveball when Matt Muenster shows up with MLB Network analyst and former pro player, Darryl Hamilton. Instead of getting a regular crash, they are treated to a behind the scenes tour of Target Field, where Matt gets design inspiration. The result is a fantasy bathroom and clubhouse for a family who can't get enough baseball. Matt's outfitted the space with lockers, a soaking therapy tub, a TV in the shower, a urinal and walls made from the same stone found in Target field. Outside the doors of the bathroom, Matt's creating the ultimate room to relax and watch the game, complete with popcorn machine, fridge, comfy beanbag chairs and a bar.

Monday
Apr 20
11pm | 10c
Season 11, Episode 10

Bathing By Candlelight

A dungeon-like basement bathroom needed to be transformed into a sophisticated and sparkly shrine for the homeowner. To make that happen, Bath Crashers took down the dark wood paneling, knocked down walls and added glitz and glamour. White marble lines the walls, glass, jewel cut sinks sit atop a white vanity with mirrored accents and a one of a kind etched, vintage door gives the space privacy. Warmth is provided by a new steam shower and a double-sided fireplace. An illuminated mirror wall with candles is the backdrop for a classic claw-foot soaking tub and a crystal chandelier adds the final touch of bling to this bathroom.

Monday
May 4
11pm | 10c
Season 10, Episode 1

Construction Grade to Upgrade

Bath Crashers doesn't do beige, so a construction grade space is the perfect project to tear down and start over. Goodbye golden oak and hello to new, modern materials and amenities. A sleek soaking tub replaces the ugly corner jetted one that never go used. A two-person shower with waterproof TV is added for extra entertainment. LED lit trim and solar tube mix modern and natural light and a cocktail bar with butcher-block countertop completes this once boring bathroom's new transformation.

Monday
Jun 29
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 8, Episode 13

Functional, Funky Formula

Two small bathrooms become one big space, spiced up with eye-catching amenities. A large soaker tub sits atop a patterned cement tile floor. Across the way is a large walk-in shower featuring white-crackle tile and a niche along the entire length of the main wall accented with stacked yellow onyx. That stone is also used on the vanity countertop, where two vessel sinks sit below fixtures that emerge from the wall. The toilet is closed off for privacy with a custom panel of floor-to-ceiling glass. Among the DIY features are the outside shower wall that is created by charring cedar boards and varnishing for a beautiful, glossy texture, and a wall of storage boxes with metallic-looking backing and accent lighting. There's also a DIY chandelier made with aluminum tubes and glass panels. A piece of art created with wall vent covers finishes off the wall space, and a wireless sound system pumps in the homeowner's favorite music.

Monday
Aug 24
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 10, Episode 1

Construction Grade to Upgrade

Bath Crashers doesn't do beige, so a construction grade space is the perfect project to tear down and start over. Goodbye golden oak and hello to new, modern materials and amenities. A sleek soaking tub replaces the ugly corner jetted one that never go used. A two-person shower with waterproof TV is added for extra entertainment. LED lit trim and solar tube mix modern and natural light and a cocktail bar with butcher-block countertop completes this once boring bathroom's new transformation.

Tuesday
Nov 10
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 11, Episode 2

Disappearing TV

Before, this bathroom barely fit a shower, vanity and toilet. To give these homeowners the master suite they've always wanted, Bath Crashers tears down a wall to take over an unused den. Now the space is big enough for a classically rustic remodel featuring woods and a white color palette. A large walk-in shower features a wood and glass wall. The double vanity made of cedar is suspended from the wall by metal chains and given a custom finish. The walls pack a punch with modular art panels and a TV disappears behind a portrait of the family with the push of a button.

Tuesday
Nov 24
1am | 12c
Season 12, Episode 3

High-Tech Master Suite

A neglected cabin, last touched in the 1970s, gets a full-on makeover courtesy of Blog Cabin. Bath Crashers tackles the master suite, creating a contemporary mountain retreat designed to take in the views and pamper the lucky person who will eventually call this place home. There's a shower with tons of body sprays and a multi-head rain fixture overhead that changes colors depending on the mood. The vanity is one of a kind, a former entertainment center that now has plenty of storage and style. On the walls, wood and rock pay tribute to the beautiful, rustic, mountain setting. The furnishing are all out luxury, from the super comfy bed, to the gorgeous floors, to the custom storage cabinetry. This master suite is all about 'roughing it' with style and comfort!

Monday
Nov 30
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 12, Episode 8

Pool Party Bathroom

This master bath is too small for this family of four. Taking the adjacent bedroom, which sits next to their outdoor pool area, allows the Bath Crashers crew to combine the two spaces and turn it into a dual-purpose modern spa and pool space. The master suite side is luxuriously spacious: the vanity is a centerpiece that glows from a backlit, Onyx counter-top. The two sinks share a space with an automatic ice machine for these active homeowners to use after their runs. The tub is tricked out with jets and speakers and the shower serves two purposes: one side for everyday use with a rain-shower head and body sprays while the other side is to rinse off after hanging by the pool.

Tuesday
Dec 8
2am | 1c
Season 11, Episode 9

Beachy Coastal Bath

A big but plain bathroom gets a makeover with beachy cottage comfort in mind. Beadboard on the ceiling sets the tone for the space, with a large double-sink vanity and undermount seashell sinks. A separate make-up area for 'her' features a mirror dressed out in round glass tiles and edge lighting. Carrera marble covers the walls, highlighted with blue, iridescent mosaics. The wet space features a huge rainshower head on one side, with a large, deep soaker tub opposite. Acacia wood flooring in a classic herringbone pattern completes the space.

Monday
Dec 14
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 12, Episode 9

Musical Bathroom

An ugly, moldy, carpeted bathroom transforms into a modern spa-like space worth singing about. A DIY acoustical wall panel fashioned from walnut and sound-proofing foam creates the perfect environment for a homeowner who loves to sing. Speakers in the walls further enhance the musical experience. On the new, heated, tile floor sits a custom walnut vanity with storage for the whole family. Opposite the vanity rests a heated soaker tub, directly beneath a new skylight in the vaulted ceiling. Topping off the space is a new, two person shower, featuring a comfortable bench, multiple rain heads and body sprays.

Tuesday
Dec 22
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 12, Episode 6

Steel Wall

Tiny, awkward bathroom is made bigger by removing two closets that eat space and adding functional amenities and design elements. A deep, free standing soaker tub is added against a wall fashioned from corten steel with a rusted patina. Teakwood storage shelves between the vanities make for more storage and organization. The shower nearly doubles in size and incorporates hexagon tiles on the wall, accented by a racing stripe of vertical linear copper glass surrounding the top of the walls. Floating shelves descend from the ceiling, and the entire floor is decked out in 16x24 slabs of black slate tile. A one of a kind, artist-designed, floor to ceiling etched glass panel, lights up and gives the toilet area some privacy.

Tuesday
Dec 29
12:30am | 11:30c

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