Season 3, Episode 4

Arts and Crafts Bathroom

Let the crash begin! The bathroom in this charming bungalow is anything but. The walls are covered in a combination of ducks and mold, the skylight is clearly homemade and the entire space is dark and depressing. Matt opens up the area with a giant window and a proper skylight and ditches the ducks for an arts-and-crafts theme. He also adds storage with a unique spinning shelf and installs a custom wooden tub.
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Gilbert Renovation: Sinks and Shower

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