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Beadboard ceiling, custom mosaic tile, water feature, hidden speakers + more.

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Beam ceiling, concrete mirror frame, backlit mirror, bathroom fireplace + more.

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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 8, Episode 1

Wash and Dry

Washing and drying takes on new meaning in this combined bath/laundry space. The bath makeover starts with a little farmhouse chic, with wood slat arches framing the door from bedroom to bath, into the shower, and above the deck-mounted air tub. The white enameled vanity features rustic hardware, granite top and under-mount sinks. A large shower for two is wrapped in Carrara Marble and accented with clean-line, polished chrome rain-heads and body sprays. Next to a tub sits a three-sided gas fireplace that allows viewing and warmth from bath and bedroom with a mirrored mantle and more Carrara marble on the facing. A sliding barn door opens to reveal an upper floor laundry with stackable washer/dryer. The ceiling is framed out with a large, DIY, tufted fabric panel and light fixture, and a DIY laundry drying rack completes the space.

Sunday
Mar 8
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 4, Episode 3

Something Old, Something New

Matt chooses one homeowner from hundreds at an open casting call, and she really needs help. Her bathroom is a disaster, made worse by the belief that a tube of caulk can solve every problem. Plus, the door is off the vanity, the shower is about to fall over and the bathroom, which could barely serve one, now has to accommodate a boyfriend. Matt decides to steal space from a connecting bedroom to help open up this cramped room. A brick chimney that is original to the home will separate two floating vanities with concrete countertops and vessel sinks. In a separate, tiled space the Crashers crew is bringing in a sleek soaking tub and walk-in shower, complete with body sprays. And a stacked wood wall will act as a focal point for a flat-screen TV.

Friday
Mar 27
4:30am | 3:30c
Season 8, Episode 11

Would You Like a Massage With That?

The current bathroom for these homeowners is small and needs to get bigger, fast. They use this space not only for everyday use, but also as a changing area for their pool. Adding unused bedroom space helps give the new design the spa experience this couple wanted. A wet room with dual-music playing showerheads and hydrotherapy bed sit on one side of the room. A sunken, soaker tub becomes a relaxation spot, which sits next to a fire and water feature that are lined with granite walls. If that's not enough, a fireplace divides the room from the master bedroom. A separate changing room for the pool sits next to the new exterior entrance, which is completely redone with fresh landscaping, hot tub and outdoor shower.

Sunday
Mar 29
7:30am | 6:30c
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.

Sunday
May 17
4pm | 3c
Season 9, Episode 2

Coastal Cottage in the City

A tiny master bath with one sink and no character is expanded and enlarged into the master bedroom to create an elegant east coast cottage space. The features include walls with reclaimed barnwood wainscoting, exposed rafters wrapped in more barnwood, and the carpeting gives way to Ipe flooring. The shower is decked out in tile mats that are sprinkled randomly throughout with 1 inch seaglass accents. Attic space along on the wall opposite the shower area is converted to fit a large vanity with drop in sinks and a storage tower. A large skylight brightens the space and brings in a bit of the outdoors. Ocean not included.

Sunday
Aug 9
3pm | 2c
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
Oct 26
10pm | 9c
Season 12, Episode 2

Graffiti Tile

Two poorly laid out bathrooms are turned over to Bath Crashers to build back one Mid-Century Modern space that will fit with the rest of the home. Once the walls are knocked down, it leaves enough space to create a room full of intricate angles designed to capture the eye and make the space feel bigger. The shower room is spacious with modern tiles and fixtures. A sleek soaking tub sits in front a wall of tile that packs a colorful punch with its graffiti design. The floor is laid out in a contemporary chevron pattern and a glowing wall feature is created using paintballs with bright colors.

Tuesday
Nov 3
2am | 1c
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
Nov 9
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 11, Episode 13

Seashell Bathroom

This tiny, cold and cramped room has the homeowners longing for a tropical getaway right in their home. To do this, Bath Crashers expands the bathroom and brings the beach into this remodel. The shower brings water in a big way with a rain showerhead, wall showerhead and body sprays. Custom tiles made of materials found at the shore add an eye-catching pop of color and a media set-up that includes a TV, speakers and lighting control will bring the soothing sounds and images of the shore to this space.

Monday
Nov 16
11:30pm | 10:30c
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!

Tuesday
Dec 22
1am | 12c
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.

Monday
Jan 11
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 10, Episode 5

Blue White and Beautiful

A bathroom better described as a powder room becomes a huge master bedroom spa. It starts with his and her vanities that are sleek furniture pieces that feature drawers that can be compartmentalized in a variety of ways for storage. There's also a lap drawer to extend her vanity into a separate make-up area; and both feature shelves with electrical hookups to keep things tidy. A deep, oval soaking tub sits atop a herringbone wood floor. Nearby is the large walk-in shower with large faux Carrera marble tile and a convenient bench. A private water closet features a separate sink, and a large closet system gives the homeowners plenty of storage for linens and clothes. Crown molding encases the entire new space, finished off with a cozy, ethanol-burning fireplace on the tub wall, which also shows off aesthetic sconce candle lighting done as a DIY project.

Monday
Oct 24
10am | 9c
Season 11, Episode 4

Bright Tile, Bold Pattern

These non-boring homeowners had a bathroom that was beyond bland. Bath Crashers turned the style up to 11, designing a space that fit the energetic personality of the couple. The new plan is anchored by a showstopper of a shower in the center of the room. Brightly colored tiles on the back wall catch the eye and provide a jolt of energy to the space. On either side of the shower sits 'his' and 'hers' vanities with a bright veneer finish and waterfall countertops. A modern louvered screen serves as an art feature that provides privacy if needed. Behind the tub is a sliding wall that hides a laundry shoot, a feature that's artistic as well as functional. Tiles on the floor are laid in a chevron pattern, pointing the way to a memorable bathroom.

Thursday
Dec 29
9am | 8c

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