Sherra and Rich bought their 1946 cottage style house about a year ago and they hate their ugly ivy ceiling and pink tiled bathroom. Watch as host Jeff Devlin takes on the challenge of re-inventing this painfully awkward space and turning it a fairy tale ending with a massive glass tiled shower, a one of kind sheet metal vanity and tons of natural design details that'll bring the organic feel of nature inside!
Sarah and Mark bought their home about 8 years ago when they fell in love and decided to merge their families. With each having three kids of their own, their new house was perfect for their exploding family. That is except for their humongous, bland and outdated eighties bathroom.
When Susan and Eric bought the perfect building for their business seven years ago, it also included a stable, and carriage house across the courtyard. They love their new home but what they hate is their dated upstairs bathroom slash laundry room. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms their bath into one budget busting, rustic inspired space with the help of found and collected materials.
Emilia is a successful personal shopper and Michael is a Fire Captain. Back in 1996 they built their 2 story home just as they were starting their life together. Flash forward to today and it's their white and drab bathroom that's sounding the alarm and in drastic need of help. Watch as host Jeff Devlin comes to the rescue and transforms this seriously dull space from simple to sensational! Featuring repurposed roof slate shower tile, a rustic pine dividing wall and a geometric puzzle box vanity.
Dave and Stefanie originally bought their 1950's home two and a half years ago with plans to flip it. But, with the recent birth of their first child, they have realized it had everything they were looking for. That is except for their ugly and outdated bathroom. Watch as host Jeff Devlin swings into action bringing a spa like feel to the space with limestone shower tiles, a one of a kind privacy pocket door for the toilet area and a wall mounted fireplace.
Amy and Kevin are really embarrassed about their outdated and moldy bathroom. Amy also loves doing her girlfriends make-up for events. However, there is just no place for it in the current space. Watch as host and bathroom do-gooder Jeff Devlin comes to the rescue turning their ugly and poorly lit bath into a salon like sanctuary designed for relaxing and or getting ready for a big night out!
Michelle and Mike bought their 1950's home a few years back in order to take a job at a local university. They love the location and the home. But, what they can't stand is their outrageously decorated butterfly bathroom. Watch this eccentric bathroom metamorphosis into a luxury retreat. As Host Jeff Devlin opens up the space and adds elegant faux leaded windows a gorgeous claw foot tub and re-purposes a bowling alley lane to that will make their bathroom the best on the block!
Jen and Joel have two nightmares on their hands: their horrible guest bath and their equally horrible master bath. Their guest bath has shockingly red walls and a tub that leaks, and their master bath is barely useable. Watch as host Jeff Devlin turns these two eyesores into one beautiful bathroom, with textured tiles, concrete counters, a state-of-the-art steam shower, and pops of bold color throughout ? creating one huge bath with loads of function and style.
Michelle and Bryan's funky, rock 'n' roll style is no match to their plain, cookie-cutter bathroom! They've spent the last few years adding colorful, modern touches to their house, but are completely stumped when it comes to their boring master bath. Jeff Devlin will give the new space rockstar treatment with industrial metal panels in the shower, sparkly painted lips on the wall, modern floating vanities, a new decked out tub, and a custom backlit water feature!
When Christine and Dale bought their 1992 home seven years ago, they gave the whole house a makeover except for?the bathroom. With its four separated rooms-within-a-room and unusable teal-green Jacuzzi tub, the hideous bathroom became more of an attic-like storage space for Christine's boxes of photos. Host Jeff Devlin will transform this hodgepodge bathroom into a cohesive, calming, opened-up and stylish space with gorgeous reproduction whiskey barrel oak floors and LED light accent walls, completing the bathroom facelift with a one-of-a-kind vintage, refurbished free-standing tub, a steam shower, vanity sinks with incredible floor to ceiling storage cupboards and a walk-in closet.
Cory and Danika's 1928 Mediterranean style home has great architectural features as well as classical style and character. But all that charm stops at the main bath. The 1956 bath remodel not only has tiles crumbling off the wall, but the leaky coffin-like shower has forced Cory and Danika to use it as storage space. Jeff Devlin will turn this nightmare of a bath into timeless luxury with tin panels, painted wood floor, antiqued mirrors, and an LED showerhead!
Amy and Mark bought their home knowing it was a local landmark called the 'Barbie Doll House.' However, it's the pink floral wallpaper, pink countertops and pink toilet that they can't stand! Host Jeff Devlin prunes back this flowery bathroom by bringing in tons of natural light, beautiful glass features, a DIY Vanity, and an acoustic vibrating tub transforming this bath from outrageous to outstanding!
Michael and Brittany bought their 1920's house 6 years ago thinking originally it would be the location of their growing wedding and floral business, but once they saw the inside they knew they were going to make this their home. They have slowly begun to renovate the inside and have tried to stay true to the 1920's architecture and decor, but one thing that is original to the house that they are ready to say goodbye to, is the 1920's bathroom. Jeff Devlin is helping transform this old space into a modern and art deco bathroom, complete with black and white marble tile, double sinks on a vanity made from a vintage dresser, a wall tank toilet and tons of architectural details, such as wainscoting and a coffered ceiling.