Newlyweds MJ and Amber are working on getting the elderly style out of their new home, room by room. Next up, the master bathroom. MJ is a rocker and Amber is in fashion, but you'd never know it by looking at this dated and boring white bathroom! Matt will give them a rockin' bath that is as modern and eco-friendly as they are. Matt helps these young DIY'ers literally raise the roof in their bathroom, he brings in a non-toxic refinishing company for the tub and tile, adds a new floating vanity, a pebble tile wall, a fresh coat of paint...and even a TV mirror! This is definitely not your grandma's bathroom anymore!
Kenny and Staci just moved from the city to the suburbs. While they love their spacious home, they don't love the generic suburban style. They have started updating the house to fit their modern style, and want to do the master bathroom next. They don't have a lot of money left for this project, so Matt will use creativity instead of cash to give them the custom and urban style they crave.
Andy and Sally have recently renovated their kitchen and threw everything they had at it, including a new kitchen sink. They know their dated and ugly master bathroom is desperately crying out for some attention, but they don't have a lot of money to use. Sally recently started the process with a plaster finish on the walls and some fresh paint. So, they just want to keep the walls and give Matt free reign on everything else in the room. They don't give him a set budget but don't want to fork out a fortune, so Matt takes on the challenge of making this room BATHtastic on a budget!
Paul and Michelle have recently finished a gorgeous and high end renovation on their master bathroom. Now their plain, builder basic guest bathroom looks even worse in comparison, and they don't have a lot of money left to update it. Matt will help them transform this room into the stylish and modern counterpart to their master, but for a fraction of the cost!
Chris and Amy fell in love with a 110 year old fixer-upper, and have been working on the home ever since. Now, with a baby on the way, they want to fix up their eyesore of a bathroom without braking the bank and they want to get it done quickly. Matt will show them where to save and where to splurge to achieve a whole new look for only $1,000!