Licensed contractor and host of I Hate My Bath Jeff Devlin rescues homeowners Brian and Shelly from their 1970s bath. Removing their ridiculous oversized tub allows the space to be split in two, making one space for their kids and a private master bath with coastal cottage flair.
With the help of licensed contractor and host of I Hate My Bath Jeff Devlin, Noel and Kassina are renovating the master bath in their 1900s "city cabin." From the funky layout to gaudy tiling and wallpaper, this bathroom needs a total gut job. With vintage lumber, old street pavers and repurposed plumbing, this bath is transformed into the perfect rustic retreat.
Wade and Shana are two colorful personalities with a completely colorless bathroom. Jeff will add some serious color and all the comforts Shana and Wade have been longing for, like a hi-tech steam shower and remote-controlled toilet. Plus, Jeff is bringing in one-of-a-kind accents that will have this couple loving their new bathroom.
Seth and Paula are no strangers to massive DIY remodels. They've been through two homes and countless projects together. Since moving into their current home, they've completely redone the main level, and now it's time for them to turn their attention to their master bath, which currently has bright green fixtures, dark cabinetry and almost no lighting. Jeff helps these homeowners turn their embarrassing bathroom into a modern, nature-inspired retreat.
Damien and Rhea are first-time homeowners that didn't shy away from purchasing a fixer-upper two years ago. But after tackling various projects around the house, their master bath still makes them blush. It's a riot of pink tile, teal paint and home repairs gone terribly wrong. From the patchwork spackled walls to loose electrical sockets and a shower packing zero punch, Jeff and the team are taking everything out to build these homeowners a warm and elegant room they'll be proud to call their own.
Matt and Vickey have remodeled every room in their suburban home...except one. No matter how much they scrape, scrub or clean, they can't seem to get rid of the mold and grime in their disgusting bathroom. With a baby on the way, these homeowners have decided they can't wait any longer - this health hazard has got to go. Fortunately, Jeff is on hand to deliver a modern, Asian-inspired bathroom that's both stylish and sanitary.
Ryan and Jen are both medical professionals and coming home to a white, boring, hospital-like master bath has them beyond frustrated. The oversized tub deck, old shower surround, and builder grade vanity are just a few items on their must-go list! Jeff Devlin will amp up the style in the new bath with a stylish freestanding tub, digital shower with waterproof speakers, and custom arches on the ceiling, bringing this bath from sterile to stunning!
Cassie and Adam are avid boaters and recently bought a lakeside home. For the last nine months they've been trying to update the house, but the main bath has left them sunk. Its decorating style can best be described as "scary '70s" and they've abandoned their tiny tub and cramped shower. With the help of contractor Jeff Devlin, Cassie and Adam will transform the room into a cozy and timeless getaway. A grown-up sized tub, large open shower, and one-of-a-kind floating vanity will add to their getaway along the lake.
Missy and Scott knew they found their dream home in a historic suburban neighborhood, but with that dream, came a nightmare of a master bath. The outdated shower is cramped between two walls that take up the middle of the room. With no storage, one tiny vanity, and an awkward layout, this bath is ready for a wake-up call. Jeff Devlin will help Missy and Scott put style and function back in the space by using the natural architecture of the room to create a better layout complete with double vanities, innovative storage ideas, and a personalized clawfoot tub/shower combination.
Amy and Chris love everything about their new house except the boring builder's grade bathroom. The plans are to keep a few of the high-quality items, like the vanity and tub, and improve on them, plus add luxurious materials in the rest of the space to make the bathroom feel uniquely theirs. They're also installing a waterproof TV and a pair of light-up mirrors to make the room more modern.
Paul and Kelli have been living with their ugly bathroom since they bought their suburban home 7 years ago. They've realized it's time to get rid of the tacky floral design as well as the old dingy fixtures, nasty tub and the blue countertops. Jeff Devlin and his time arrive to give them a complete bathroom transformation, a vintage country styled space with loads of modern conveniences. Jeff will throw in some one-of-a-kind touches these homeowners will be proud to show off.
Jen and Brian's pink bathroom is a dull throwback from the sixties. Because of their love for nature, Jeff is bringing in outdoor elements including sinks made from real bolders, stacked pebble tile, natural wood-look ceramic tile and custome built vanities made from brizillian Ipe wood.
Chris and Janie own a production company and are the busy parents of three kids. They bought their 50's rambler eight years ago because of its space and cool character. But the guest bathroom is another story; chock full of dated details and a circus-like paint scheme, this space is in dire need of a redo. With the help of contractor, Jeff Devlin this bathroom is getting a new lease on life complete with tons of function, color and style.