Newlyweds and engineers Mary and David, bought their craftsman-style home because they loved their home's 1920s era architectural details. However, their cramped and off color master bath has these homeowners stumped. Watch as Host Jeff Devlin pulls out all the stops with Exotic wood, stone floor accents, a handmade wooden sink and high tech bling; turning this cramped space into a calming retreat.
Amy and Mark bought their home knowing it was a local landmark called the 'Barbie Doll House.' However, it's the pink floral wallpaper, pink countertops and pink toilet that they can't stand! Host Jeff Devlin prunes back this flowery bathroom by bringing in tons of natural light, beautiful glass features, a DIY Vanity, and an acoustic vibrating tub transforming this bath from outrageous to outstanding!
Jake and Kathleen moved back to the Mid-west to raise their family in their 1990's home that also functions as an office. They love their home except for their ultra-bland and uninspiring bathroom. Host Jeff Devlin comes to the rescue by opening up the space, adding some high tech shower features and a little royal treatment with a one of a kind vanity and luxurious tub fit for a Queen.
High school sweethearts, since the age of 16 Dave and Deb moved into their two-story home back in 1996 to accommodate their growing family. Over the years they've put in a lot of effort & hard work into making the house their own. However, when it came to their bathroom with its carpet full of holes and an unfinished ceiling everything came to a full stop. Watch as Host Jeff Devlin helps this family by turning their embarrassing bath into one awe inspiring space with a humongous windows, DIY Marble Countertop, a cool ceiling detail made from wooden pallets, volcanic limestone tub and a see thru fire place that's sure to please.
Lisa and Ryan both grew up near the water. So when they first laid eyes on their 1918 cottage - just a stone's throw from a huge lake - it was a no-brainer. However, all that changes when it comes to their not-so-nice basement laundry and bath. Watch as host Jeff Devlin heats things up by installing radiant floor heating, a floating teak vanity, high tech sinks and colorful custom glass that needs to be seen to be believed!
Chris has had eight roommates over the years, leaving his bathroom a funky, mismatched, mess. His girlfriend Lindsey won't move in until the bathroom's remodeled, so the stakes couldn't be higher. Watch as host Jeff Devlin undoes the damage, with zebrawood and teal walls, simulated sunlight, and a garden tub with LED tiles that change color - turning this bachelor bath into a zen-like retreat.
With shiny, outdated brown tiles all over the walls and floor, Laura and Scott's bath is unusable and lacks storage. Host and professional carpenter Jeff Devlin will transform this brown 1980s bathroom into a stylish and functional space with gorgeous Travertino-tiled wainscoting, a floating vanity with a reclaimed wood countertop and nautical touches like porthole mirrors and wall-mounted faucets, a bathtub with jets and a radio, a steam shower and a secret storage closet.
Brenda and James hate their master bathroom because it is a bland eyesore with a layout that doesn't make sense. Their ultimate dream is to knock down some walls to create a completely open master suite. Host and professional carpenter Jeff Devlin makes their dream a reality with a sandstone and LED floor, a huge shower with seashell accents and a freestanding tub with coconut tiles above.
Dana and Cory refuse to move into their new home until the master bathroom's up to par. While the room's got lots of space, it's an awkward J shape with absolutely no style and barely any function. Watch as host Jeff Devlin takes it over the top, with a steam shower, free-standing jetted tub, leather tiles, motorized wardrobe lift, and even full-size custom wind chimes ? creating a bath that's beyond move-in ready.
Ashley is not 'in' to pink. And after two years of living with a bathroom tiled in pink from floor to ceiling, she's ready to retrofit the retro. Host Jeff Devlin rips out the pink tile, kicks out a closet and transforms the space into a sleek modern bathroom. Using tile made of stone, porcelain and even old barn wood, Jeff turns the bathroom into a cornucopia of tile styles. He builds a custom tub out of foam board and completes the urban vibe with a floating glass counter top and sliding steel bathroom door.
Sarah and Alex recently purchased their new home. But, they're having a heck of a time squeezing their family of five into their ultra-small upstairs bathroom. Host Jeff Devlin, comes to the rescue and transforms the space by busting open an unused closet and bringing in tons of great features like multi-color cork tiles on the wall and floor, modern vanities with fiber optic countertops and a fantastic faux foam wood ceiling detail that'll fool your eye.
Since marrying Liz just a year ago, Jeff now has to turn his former bachelor pad into a family-friendly home. But the honeymoon's over when it comes to their outdoorsy basement bathroom that barely functions. Watch as host Jeff Devlin tames this wild bath, with hand-cut brick flooring, a multi-jet shower, a purpleheart wood vanity, and a rock wall illuminated by color-changing LEDs ? creating a warm, inviting space.
Steve and Staci bought their home 8 years ago and are at wits end when it comes to their dingy and desperately out of date bathroom. Watch as Host Jeff Devlin takes on the challenge of transforming the space from grimy to gorgeous with stylish details like a custom floating vanity, photo-realistic stone shower panels, teak ceiling light feature and an ornate floor design that's sure to add a touch of class.