Erin has done a lot of remodeling on her house but she is stuck figuring out what to do with her musty and outdated basement bathroom. Watch as host Jeff Devlin comes to her rescue turning this ugly and outdated bathroom into a salon like space. Featuring vibrant colors, a living plant wall and a super-sized walk in shower with its very own waterfall.
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!
Stacey and Kristina hate their cramped and cluttered bathroom! There's not nearly enough storage space, the tiny shower feels like a prison cell and the garish pink color scheme makes it even less appealing. Fortunately, host Jeff Devlin is here to change all that with a high-tech skylight to let the sunshine in, a tub with reclaimed barn wood panels, and DIY concrete shower walls that'll turn this space into a hip artist retreat.
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 That is except for their humongous, bland and outdated eighties bathroom.
Lea and Emit tried fixing up their basement bathroom on their own, but ended up with one wreck of a renovation. Glass block walls for the shower create a locker room feel, and the tiny, cramped vanity is hiding a moldy mess. Fortunately, contractor Jeff Devlin is here to gut this DIY disaster and start from scratch. He brings in cool glow-in-the-dark tiles, a larger vanity with plenty of color, and custom cabinets and counters for the laundry area to create a brighter, more inviting space.
Emily and Jerrid's starter home is starting to take shape; that is, except for their grimy master bathroom. This outdated bath is not only filthy beyond repair, but it's also barely functional, particularly for 6'6' Jerrid. Watch as host Jeff Devlin opens the space up and gives it some style, with a huge shower and tub, exotic 10-foot tile, a modern vanity with an artsy backsplash, and a high-tech mirror that can play their favorite tunes.
Chris and Stacy built their house 8 years ago, but never finished the master bathroom. Without the proper motivation, they're stuck using the shower as storage space. Watch as host Jeff Devlin kicks things into gear and finally pulls this project together featuring awesome 3D mosaic tile, DIY zinc countertops, and a combination of rustic and modern design elements.
Newlyweds Brian and Elizabeth love spending lots of time outdoors with their dog Callie. However, they've been spending much more time indoors after recently purchasing their first home. They have made a number of upgrades but it is their small and outdated bath that has stopped them in their renovating tracks! Watch as host Jeff Devlins tackles this disastrously decorated bath transforming it into a soothing and welcoming space with hi-end mosaic tiles, a modified vintage vanity and creating a multifunctional shelving system from a long forgotten window.
Nate is a single dad with two kids and a serious bathroom problem. Things are old and crumbling, the shower and vanity are way too small, and to top it all off, everything is yellow, right down to the flowery wallpaper. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms this 1960s era bathroom into a modern classic featuring awesome handmade concrete tile, eye-catching faux rafters, and amazing DIY projects using unique and inexpensive materials like newspaper and rope.
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.
Matt and Sarah are new parents who can't wait to start renovating their bland, pink master bathroom. The space is dominated by a gigantic, unusable tub, with the rest of the room being bland and boring and completely pink. Watch as host Jeff Devlin overhauls this oddly laid out bathroom into a relaxing grotto full of natural materials featuring geometric paper composite tile, a ceiling accent made out of actual tree branches, and new French doors aged with a special homemade patina.
Meghann just moved into a home that Mark has owned for 6 years. Now that Mark's buddies have moved out, Meghann wants a bathroom with more style and substance, not the big black tub and awkward angular vanity it has now. Watch as host Jeff Devlin tears this 80s disaster to shreds, reworking the layout of the entire space and transforming it from a bachelor pad bathroom into a beautiful modern bathroom built for two featuring designer glass tile, wood panels made from reclaimed pallets, and beautiful sandblasted glass focal pieces.
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.