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.
It's not all fun and games for toy store owners Ato and Katherine and their two girls. They purchased a 1920's Center Hall Style fixer upper two years ago with big plans in mind. Little by little they've been chiseling away at the old, but they won't go any further until they redo their dysfunctional and downright repulsive bathroom. Watch as host Jeff Devlin helps them transform this bathroom into a rustic folk inspired oasis with a reclaimed wood dry sink vanity, a cedar siding shower wall, and shelving made out of toy blocks!
Jim and Norine bought a 1940s picturesque craftsman style house eleven years ago for their burgeoning family. Unfortunately, there's nothing master about their bathroo, it's mini. Watch as host Jeff Devlin triples the size of the bathroom utilizing shabby chic design elements, a custom shower and tub wet area, shutter camouflaged storage and a vanity top custom made of butcher block!
Jim, Danielle, and their two daughters found their dream home about 10 months ago, but the house needs a lot of work. While they are comfortable tackling the living room and bedrooms, the one room they know they need help with is the upstairs bathroom. See as host Jeff Devlin helps change this outdated and useless bathroom into a Zen, beach-inspired room. Jeff adds a curved shower with tile that resembles a wave, double wall faucets over a modern trough sink, sea grass wallpaper on the ceiling, white wash wood on the vanity wall and bamboo and pebble rock on the floor.
Edmond and Lauren have recently found their dream home and got right to work on renovating the main rooms first. They thought their hall bath could wait, but the more and more they spent time in their bathroom, they knew waiting was not an option. Watch as host Jeff Devlin takes their pink, old, and gross hall bathroom and turns it into a large, awe inspiring master bathroom. Jeff adds a huge steam shower tub area with hidden speakers that emit sound waves. Porcelain tile that looks like Carrera marble is in the shower as well as the floor and custom double vanities with a cherry counter top and round sinks helps give Ed and Loren each their own space. Finally blue paint, a wall hung toilet and a recessed niche help complete the look to this master bath!
First time home buyers, Jennifer and Dieve, thought they were getting a steal when they purchased their 1950's colonial fixer-upper home three years ago. However, after costly crooked contractors ate up their remodeling budget, they were left in the lurch with their dilapidated master bathroom. Watch as host Jeff Devlin takes this horrible and stagnant bathroom and creates a one of kind lavish and luxurious space featuring high end faux leather wall accents, high-end metallic and glass bubble tiling, and a backlit Onyx floor panel that is out of this world!
Ryan and Susan are good at getting their hands dirty and love to tackle a renovation project here and there. So when they started to redo their kids' bathroom, they thought they could handle it and let's just say they got in over their heads. This DIY project went horribly wrong, which has led this family to not using this bathroom for about 6 months. Watch as host Jeff Devlin helps this couple transform their family's hall bathroom into a rustic, timeless, one of a kind space. Jeff installs a claw foot tub that doubles as a shower with reclaimed painted wood on the wall as the background and as a bonus puts stained glass in the center as an accent. Green porcelain tile with stone pinwheels is laid on a diagonal on the floor while a cool tin ceiling goes above. Jeff makes a custom storage cabinet as well as a custom vanity. Soapstone countertops and an antique trough sink with two faucets give each of Sue and Ryan's two kids a place to wash at the same time. A few extras include personalized kids robe hooks, a night light built behind the vanity mirror and a toilet so cool, this hall bath could become their favorite room of the house.
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.
Tom and Loren bought their home 13 years ago. They've already done a number of renovations to expand the home to fit with the needs of their family. However, it's the sight of their upstairs pink and awkwardly ROSE designed bathroom that's leaving this family feeling cramped. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms this bland and outdated bathroom into one beautiful and inviting space featuring a stacked stone accent wall, pebble stone shower and a DIY concrete sink and counter that's just plain cool!
Manon and Sandip have lived in their house for 4 years. The house was mostly turnkey, only needing a coat of paint here or there, but their master bathroom is still a major source of embarrassment. It's compartmentalized, dated, and worst of all, carpeted. Watch as host Jeff Devlin revitalizes this crumbling, carpeted bathroom into a Balinese oasis. With a bamboo-lined tray ceiling, new freestanding tub and bamboo accent wall, and expanded shower with beautiful glass mosaic tile, this bathroom will go from out of place to out of sight.
Jeremy and Julia have tackled nearly every room in their 1970's fixer upper, but they need help when it comes to renovating their dysfunctional master bath! The cramped bath is several decades out of style, with mustard colored countertops, no storage, and a bulky handicap accessible tub. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms this outdated bathroom into a bold and contemporary master suite featuring a tricked out steam shower with custom glass and high gloss paneling, smoky floor tile, and modern his and her vanities.
Bill and Maria moved into their home 3 years ago and got right to work. It took time to get the home to look how they wanted, but it's paid off. But the last room that needs fixing is their dated master bathroom that's covered in tile right out of an 80s fast food restaurant. Watch as host Jeff Devlin updates this non-functioning master bathroom into an all-new space with old world charm. With custom copper countertops, brand new freestanding tub, and amenities like a fireplace, TV, and electric privacy window.
Danny and Sandy have put their stamp on nearly every room of their house but their horrible master bath is just too big a project. The dated 1980's space is split into two separate rooms, one of which is carpeted, and is home to mold, rust, and a bulky unused Jacuzzi tub. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms this awkward bathroom into a fresh and bright master suite featuring a large shower with a custom made bench, warm cork flooring, a one-of-a-kind DIY privacy wall, and handmade architectural detail on the ceiling.