Kelsey and Greg are ready to renovate the outdated master bath in their 1979 split-level home. But their past attempts at DIY fixes have only made matters worse. With a new shower for two featuring iridescent tiles, custom built storage, seamless sinks, and high tech items like full body dryer and warming drawer, Jeff Devlin will finally help them take this bath from mistreated to magnificent!
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!
New Homeowners Jeff and Kim love their two story home except for their nauseating gold and green bathroom. They've already done a lot of work in the rest of the house but they are absolutely stumped when it comes to renovating the hideous bathroom. Jeff Devlin will bring a little old world charm into their space with Moroccan-inspired shower tiles and high-end features like engineered wood flooring, platinum leaf sinks, a hidden TV Lift and ambient glowing counter tops.
After recently retiring from their military service in Japan, Miki and David purchased a 1940's rambler next to David'sparents. ?Over the last few months they've made a lot of updates but, both are at a loss with their outdated and pink nightmare of a bathroom! ?Jeff Devlin is on his way to rescue this space with a custom copper vanity, an elegant modern shower with digital controls, ?automated hand dryer, touch less faucets and a bidet that will give the couple all the high end comforts they enjoyed while in Japan.
Amy and Kurt moved into their 1964 split entry, lakefront home three years ago and the DIY projects haven't stopped.? Now, they want to take on their lower level 60's style pool house bath and they're calling in Jeff Devlin for some professional help.? With an awesome see-thru fireplace, French doors allowing access to the water, a cool custom vanity, cute cubby cabinets ?and volcanic tiles this bathroom will be the envy of everyone on the lake.
Jason moved into Robyn's 1977 suburban two-story home shortly before they got married in 2007. Over the last couple of years they have done a lot of work transforming the space into the home of their dreams. That is except for their dungeon-like downstairs laundry and bathroom combo. Host Jeff Devlin will set this bath free with tons of storage, elegant fixtures, cool lighting, glass block windows and a state of the art washer and dryer to complete the space.
Megan and Mitch bought their 1994 built home just last month. The 18-year-old house wasn't just outdated, it was in foreclosure. Host Jeff Devlin will transform their all too white bathroom into a dream getaway with an infrared sauna, under mount sinks, and a giant swivel mounted TV and Mirror, a definite conversation piece.
Jason and Catherine moved into their trendy "uptown" foreclosed home shortly before their first son, Alex, was born. They've tackled many of the rooms and refurbished the vintage wood floors. With the exception of the one room they've been too scared to tackle....the master bath. Host and licensed contractor, Jeff Devlin, accepts the challenge of renovating this eyesore of bath and takes it from dingy to dazzling with amazing upgrades like leather wall panels, steam room, all new fixtures and one of the most unique tubs seen on this series.
Bonnie and her two adult daughters have lived in their house for over twenty years. They love their home but not when it comes to their old and outdated bathroom. Host Jeff Devlin will bring new life to the space with bright colors a sleek vanity wall covering, stylish new lighting fixtures, reveal sinks, a birch tub deck and a bathtub with microsilk technology; All which will provide hours of enjoyment and relaxation.
Angie and Greg first met on a blind date and have been attached at the hip ever since. They've done a lot to their house since moving in five years ago. However, just before renovating their bathroom Angie gave birth, grinding the project to a halt! Host Jeff Devlin will pick up the pieces and give this couple the extra help they need. He'll transform their bathroom into a luxurious space with a cool concrete tub, vanity, glass tiling, stainless steel countertops and a towel warmer for those cold winter mornings.
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!
Andrea & Mike made an agreement they wouldn't even move in to their new home until making some improvements. First up is the small, dingy upstairs bathroom. Host Jeff Devlin helps by ripping out the strange flower soffit lighting, decrepit 1960's vanity & the old white tile that covers the bath. He updates the space with modern double vanities, adds bright & easy to clean shower panels, all new top of the line sensor controlled fixtures and a custom-made fiber optic ceiling light turns the ceiling into ambient art. When he's done with the space, these homeowners can't wait to move in.