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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Bad, Bad Bath

Feb/07/2010
An outdated bathroom gets a cool makeover, which includes a spa and a multihead shower in this series that debuts during the network's 'Crash Week'. Matt Muenster ambushes a couple at the home improvement store, follows them home, and transforms their disgusting bathroom into an eye-popping masterpiece.

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4 :01x04 - Eco-Savvy Tub Hub

Jul/07/2010
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6 :01x06 - Modern Make-over

Jul/09/2010
Turn-of-the-century meets mid-century modern in Minneapolis as a small, dark bathroom is expanded and resized to make it bigger, brighter and breathtakingly beautiful. An inside wall with privacy door closing off toilet/tub area is taken out, making more space. Add a new, 18-inch deep soaker tub and custom-made maple vanity accented with recessed mirror and sconces and throw in a recessed linen cabinet for storage for a revamped, relaxing bath atmosphere. Increased light is gained by adding a custom wood/glass door, and "borrowed light" element for shower wall, replicated from part of the design for the wood/glass door. Tiling on floors adds the feel of bamboo, which compliments a free-standing bamboo wall constructed by host and homeowners. The hatbox toilet just adds cool vibe.

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7 :01x07 - Blinged Out Glamour

Jul/16/2010
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8 :01x08 - Organized and Beautiful

Jul/23/2010
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13 :01x13 - Hip Bath & Bar

Aug/27/2010
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Season 2

14 :02x01 - Head to Toe Makeover

Dec/27/2010
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16 :02x03 - Surburban Spa Aah!

Jan/10/2011
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18 :02x05 - Farmhouse Redo

Jan/24/2011
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19 :02x06 - The Man Cave

Jan/31/2011
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20 :02x07 - Cool Cork Floor

Feb/07/2011
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21 :02x08 - Sunken Party Tub

Feb/14/2011
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22 :02x09 - Hidden TV Vanity

Feb/21/2011
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25 :02x12 - Contemporary Metal Spa

Mar/14/2011
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26 :02x13 - Urban Bamboo Bath

Mar/28/2011
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Season 3

27 :03x01 - Teak Tub Retreat

Jul/04/2011
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28 :03x02 - Terrible Terrarium

Jul/05/2011
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29 :03x03 - Hi-Tech Seattle Bath

Jul/06/2011
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30 :03x04 - Bigger and Brighter

Jul/07/2011
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33 :03x07 - Bachelor Bar Bath

Jul/18/2011
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36 :03x10 - From Pink to Perfect

Aug/08/2011
Two small pink bathrooms have the Cox family seeing red. Neither space makes any sense until Matt shows up and starts tearing down walls. Now the centerpiece of the large bathroom is a sunken shower, hidden behind a wall of water. Dark, rich colors replace the Pepto-Bismol pink, and an in-laid parquet floor also changes up the space. Finally, rounding out this makeover, a new sliding glass door provides a beautiful entranceway for this family's dream bathroom.

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38 :03x12 - Elegant Escape

Sep/12/2011
Size is not a problem in this bathroom. The room is 230 square feet, and the ceilings stretch 16 feet into the air. But with all this space, the layout makes no sense. The bathtub is on an odd platform, and the toilet is even a step higher, causing the homeowners to trip in the dark. The shower is bizarrely small and leaky, and the 20 giant globe lights make the place feel like a warehouse. Matt and the Bath Crashers team are on hand to give the place an elegant custom makeover. A dome ceiling replaces the unusually high ceiling, which is anchored by a stunning chandelier. Empty spaces are now built-in storage, reachable by a sliding ladder. Best of all, the toilet is no longer visible from the street and has its own private space. The team also changes the coffin-like shower into a huge walk-in with a custom mosaic tile art piece on one wall. Plus, curved vanities, floor-to-ceiling drapery and antique silver mirrors make even the worst morning bed head look elegant.

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39 :03x13 - Bath Crashers Goes to Blog Cabin

Sep/19/2011
The Bath Crashers team is taking on Blog Cabin! Matt Muenster, along with Blog Cabin host Matt Blashaw, have the ultimate transformation in store for the master suite in this 1905 farmhouse, starting off with the master bath. The space will be a calm oasis, with a beautiful stand-alone tub set in a windowed alcove, a unique custom ceiling, a private water closet, soothing colors and a beadboard wall that captures the spirit of the historic home. Moving on to the bedroom, the guys anchor the room with a luxurious bed and a one-of-a-kind headboard. The team then repurposes a mantel from a fireplace, turning it into a tufted elegant headboard. And to top things off, a built-in reading nook is the perfect place to watch the sun set or read a favorite book. The lucky winners of this home will really feel like they've left the rest of the world behind when they step into this space.

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Season 4

40 :04x01 - Fiery Red & Black Bath

Oct/10/2011
Matt and his Crashers crew kick up a standard bath with sexy, modern features at every turn, including a sleek wood countertop with a bright red translucent stain. Concrete floors provide pop below with a mottled stain in gray, black and red. And along the whole back wall, the shower becomes a focal point with a black crocodile slab, large white tile, teak accents and a built-in waterproof TV.

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41 :04x02 - Glam Spa Bath

Oct/17/2011
The Crashers crew doubles a tiny bath in size to create a glammed-out space inspired by the fabulous '40s. The outdated tub deck is replaced with an elegant freestanding model, and the shower is expanded to make room for two, with his-and-hers shower heads, glamorous tile and a heated towel bar right outside. Plus, antique accents add character throughout, from the chandeliers to the bun-foot vanities to the custom metal water closet door with a textured oval glass insert.

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45 :04x06 - Everything AND the Kitchen Sink

Nov/14/2011
Andi and Adam's bathroom is stuck in the '60s --and not in a good way. The space is claustrophobic and has zero personality. Matt expands the bathroom into a closet and an unused bedroom, turning the space into an open, airy oasis. An added window brings light into the giant walk-in shower, and gray wood floors with painted white and mahogany accents give the room a Cape Cod feel. A giant stainless steel sink sits in the center of the room, split in two by a hanging mirror. The final touch? A bathtub that does it all --air bubbles, aromatherapy, chromatherapy and massage. Plus, framed photos taken by Matt bring the outdoors in.

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47 :04x08 - Stainless Steel Floors

Jan/09/2012
A tiny townhouse bathroom for two needs a facelift, and fast. Everything in this space is beige and boring. Keeping the original footprint, but creating more room by ditching the over-sized jetted tub is a start. In place of the tub, the crew installs a massive walk-in steam shower complete with body sprays. Changing a town home's exterior is sometimes not an option. To add natural light without changing the outside, two frosted glass windows will be placed in the shower wall between the bedroom and bathroom, giving privacy but adding a cool design element. The materials will add dimension with wood in the vanity, tile and metal in the floor and a bright red a wall treatment behind the double vanity.

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48 :04x09 - Walk-thru Shower

Jan/16/2012
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49 :04x10 - Seattle Espresso Suite

Jan/23/2012
A tiny bathroom transforms into a master suite when licensed contractor and host Matt Muenster expands this small space to include a jetted tub with artisan concrete surround and massive new shower. Chilewich flooring and fishtail oak accents warm the space with terrariums and water-textured art glass bringing in natural elements. Floating shelves and a custom cabinet with a built in espresso machine create a one of a kind coffee bar.

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50 :04x11 - Bathroom for Three

Jan/30/2012
Host and licensed contractor Matt Muenster transforms two small bathrooms into one large space to serve a couple and their college-age son. The result is room for all, without skimping on privacy and luxury. Custom silver wall treatments complete the bathroom's upscale look.


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51 :04x12 - From Swinging to Serene

Feb/06/2012
Bath Crashers first...what to do with a bathroom that comes with a hot tub for eight built right in? The solution, ditch the swingers vibe and replace it with something a little more serene....including a wet room complete with walk-in shower and a beautiful soaker tub (built for one).

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Season 5

54 :05x02 - Rustic Renovation, With a Modern Twist

May/07/2012
Bath Crashers turns the big, boring and cold space they have into a rustic room with a modern-day twist. Living in a heavily wooded area helps set the theme for the new look. In the center of the room is one of two vanities, which sits in front of a stunning floor to ceiling reclaimed wood wall that looks like an elaborate puzzle. This wall also separates the space behind it, a massive walk-in shower with acrylic waterproof panels. The sides of this space contain a "hers" make-up station which sits next to a wall-mounted fireplace adorned with copper panels, and a tub for the ultimate relaxation this couple will need in their "woodland" escape.

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56 :05x04 - Modern Massive

May/21/2012
Bath Crashers turns beige and boring into crisp and clean with a white tin ceiling, rich dark floors and grey porcelain and glass tile lining the walls. Showering becomes an experience with an electronic steam unit and digital body sprays, and a large soaking tub gives the room an area for relaxation. Two floating sinks hang below a massive mirror, which serves two purposes with a TV built into it. And a hidden, rotating door becomes a unique way to separate the bathroom from their brand-new custom closet.

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58 :05x06 - Copper and Concrete

Jun/11/2012
A small bathroom is transformed into a space for two in this remodel. Using the bedroom next door will give the homeowners the private space they need, while transforming the old space into a powder room for their guests. Separated by the pocket door, the two rooms share a rustic theme. Both have wood vanities with custom-made concrete counter-tops and stone floors in a herringbone pattern. The homeowner side gets a few other amenities including a large shower, copper tub that sits on a bed of rocks and reclaimed ceiling beams which also serve as a light fixture.

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59 :05x07 - Too Many Toilets

Jun/18/2012
A small and grungy bath with side-by-side toilets takes on a big new personality. Space is taken from the master bedroom and outfitted with modern amenities. Bamboo flooring and vanities highlight the new room, which also features a huge soaker tub, separate shower with multiple body sprays, subway tile framing a large mirror for two, and a single, water-saving throne hidden behind a half-wall with frosted glass and built-in shelving.

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61 :05x09 - Steamy Vegas Spa Bath

Jul/02/2012
A boring, builder grade bath is steeped in Las Vegas luxury as high end spa touches are built-in everywhere including a steam shower for two with lights, music and water shooting from every direction. Bamboo lines the floors and glass tile goes up the wall to showcase two floating vanities topped with stone and glass vessel sinks. A crisp white tub looks sleek in the space and comes alive at night with Chroma therapy lighting, jets and a built-in radio.

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62 :05x10 - Fishing for a New Bathroom

Jul/10/2012
An all-pink, tiled bathroom is too cramped for this soon-to-be family of three. In need of more space, the wall between the bath and living room is knocked down. With a clean slate to work with, the homeowners' love for water and fish becomes the theme for the new space. A massive, 150-gallon saltwater aquarium is the focal point of the room. A 'his' shower with a rain showerhead and custom tile sits on one side of the tank, while a 'hers' relaxing air bath is on the other. Above the tub are reclaimed wood beams with cove lighting for a glowing effect. Custom double vanities add much needed space while dark, bamboo floors complete the rustic, rainforest feel.

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63 :05x11 - Girly Girl Bathroom

Jul/11/2012
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64 :05x12 - Sleek Seattle Waterfall Bath

Jul/12/2012
A tacky bathroom clad in mirrors becomes a retreat with a massive shower room that includes a freestanding tub with a waterfall flowing behind it. A custom metal vanity is welded and topped with a recycled glass countertop and black resin sinks. Exotic wood floors warm the whole space along with a custom art piece radiator and romantic candle feature.

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66 :05x14 - Tiny To Spacious

Jul/23/2012
A bathroom big enough for one gets the Bath Crasher treatment by busting into an adjoining room to steal space. From there, it's all about luxury with a huge shower and seven body sprays, a soaker tub built for two, and unique double-sink vanity. Walls are framed with molded wood panels, and a state of the art floor heating grid is topped with three different size tiles to make for a warm, colorful footprint.

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Season 6

Top 10 Most Amazing Transformations

Nov/06/2012
Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers team take on some of the worst bathrooms in Crashers history and transform them into amazing spaces that change lives. Everyone loves a good makeover, but these ten bathrooms are great makeovers. From the bathroom that started life as a kitchen, to another that was the size of a shoebox to a third that looked like the walls would collapse with a stiff breeze, these bathrooms overcame their humble, ugly-duckling beginnings and are now jaw-dropping showstoppers. There are party tubs, saunas, hidden doors, showers that amaze and bathrooms that solve accessibility issues. And the worst, most hideous bathroom comes with a diamond ring at the end.

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Top 10 Blingiest Bathrooms

Nov/20/2012
A look at the Top 10 flashiest bathrooms.

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67 :06x01 - Magical Transformation

Sep/10/2012
These magician homeowners wish to conjure up some storage in their plain, forgettable bathroom. Licensed contractor Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers team come up with a wall of storage, a huge walk-in shower and some magical extras including a glass door that changes images depending on where you are in the room, kid friendly touches like an erase board with a hidden step and sophisticated new fixtures and colors.

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68 :06x02 - Retro Meets Modern

Sep/17/2012
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69 :06x03 - Fire and Steam Spa Bath

Sep/24/2012
A master bath in Nashville is transformed into a modern space with natural elements including Ipe hardwood floors and marble vanities with basalt sinks. A sleek stainless fireplace is installed between the vanities and custom wood shelving above holds power outlets hidden from view. A massive steam shower is the centerpiece with two shower stations and a pedicure footbath.

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70 :06x04 - Workout Bathroom

Oct/01/2012
In this episode of Bath Crashers, licensed contractor Matt Muenster helps these fitness instructors trade their dark, cramped basement bathroom for a relaxing health club-like spa. Steam shower, wet and dry sauna, juice bar and metal vanity with stone sink fill the expanded space and can be accessed from their workout room. Electrical switches, outlets and iPad flush mount in walls. A small bank of lockers completes the relaxing space.

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71 :06x05 - Shower With a View

Oct/08/2012
A small, beige bathroom is given a major makeover for a young couple. Working with the existing layout and ditching the over-sized, unused tub will help to open things up for the walk-in shower they've always wanted. Two rain-showerheads with an awning-style window that opens up to an outside view makes this space stand out. The existing vanity is repurposed from ugly oak to bright white topped with a 3-inch thick glass countertop, double sinks and wall-mounted faucets and heated towel storage takes this space from outdated to upgraded.

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72 :06x06 - Bath Goes To Blog 2012

Oct/15/2012
The Bath Crashers team is taking on Blog Cabin! Matt Muenster, along with Blog Cabin host Matt Blashaw, have the ultimate transformation in store for the master suite in this 1905 farmhouse, starting off with the master bath. The space will be a calm oasis, with a beautiful stand-alone tub set in a windowed alcove, a unique custom ceiling, a private water closet, soothing colors and a beadboard wall that captures the spirit of the historic home. Moving on to the bedroom, the guys anchor the room with a luxurious bed and a one-of-a-kind headboard. The team then repurposes a mantel from a fireplace, turning it into a tufted elegant headboard. And to top things off, a built-in reading nook is the perfect place to watch the sun set or read a favorite book. The lucky winners of this home will really feel like they've left the rest of the world behind when they step into this space.

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73 :06x07 - Curved Wall Retreat

Oct/22/2012
New homeowners are stuck with a creepy tub that looks like a sarcophagus and no electricity get to see the light and luxury. A curved wall decked out in rectangular mosaic tiles and built-in storage frames a new slipper tub. A huge walk-in shower features a large rain shower head and body wands. His and her floating vanities with triple mirrors and sconce lighting complete this master bath makeover.

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74 :06x08 - Bathroom's Got Game

Oct/29/2012
A super small bathroom for two needs a lot of help and more space. To do that, a gaming room home to a giant TV and a snake, is sacrificed to give these homeowners the big, beautiful bathroom they've always wanted. A glowing light-box fixture will help light the new space. A dramatic, striped wall becomes a focal point. Combining a tub and shower into one will make room for a new vanity, more storage, and leaves space between the bathroom and bedroom to bring the gaming room back with a flat-screen TV and yes, even room for the reptile.

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76 :06x10 - Modern Master Bath

Nov/12/2012
This 70s disaster bath is transformed into a contemporary getaway with modern and rustic elements including cork floors and a metal vanity topped with walnut. The closet is completely blown out to become a one-of-a-kind backdrop with curved walls, custom metal rods and a textured wall treatment. A massive square tub shares space with the new shower and both are set behind switchable privacy glass.

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77 :06x11 - Bathroom with Bubble Tub

Nov/19/2012
A super small bathroom for two needs to get bigger, fast. This family of two is expecting, but before baby arrives, they want to make their bathroom space better. To do that, they are taking space from the room next door and adding it to the new layout to make one, massive suite. Black and white subway tile cover the walls. On the ceiling, a skylight is added for natural light while the floors will be heated to keep the space warm. Separate vanities, tub and shower space make the daily routine a breeze, especially with baby on the way. A tub with air bubble technology will give the new mom the perfect place to relax.

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Season 7

79 :07x01 - Chimney Sweep

Jan/14/2013
This tiny bathroom was jammed between an eave and a chimney-stack. There was barely room for a sink in the space, and no chance for the city-dwelling homeowners to be in the room at the same time. Host and licensed contractor Matt Muenster and his Bath Crashers crew remove the chimney and knock down a wall to transform the space into a modern showpiece. A new skylight and awning-style window provide natural light, while white camera marble and ipe floors add a visual enhancement. A soaking tub and steam shower provide his and hers bathing spots while separate vanities make the morning routine a breeze.

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80 :07x02 - Heavy Metal

Jan/21/2013
A boring bathroom gets high-tech upgrades. Host and licensed contractor Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers crew expand a one person shower to fit two, add lighted chromatherapy rain shower heads and a digital control panel for individually heated water settings. A huge, circular, stainless steel tub sits on a raised, tiled platform and features a free-standing tub filler. Tubular skylights provide natural daylight and energy-saving LEDs light the space at night. Side-by-side curved vanities finished with glass counter tops and a metal-like laminate add a space-age look and feel, as do the stainless steel drop-in sinks and fixtures floating out from the wall. A conveyor system is added to the adjoining walk-in closet for automated storage.

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81 :07x03 - Old Warm Charm

Feb/11/2013
This builder grade bathroom lacked style and warmth. Everything about it was generic. The Bath Crashers team gutted the space and replaced the bland with one-of-a-kind custom pieces that make this bathroom memorable. A large air soaker tub is framed by an antique fireplace mantel, customized with a mirror and candles. A French Armoire is cut in half and hides a TV. For more body pampering, step into the expanded shower with large rainshower head and four body sprays with a thermostatic valve featuring individual heat settings. The wet space is wrapped in 12 by 24-inch slabs of beige, polished marble. Underfoot, scrapped hickory flooring adds a final touch of warmth and coziness.

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82 :07x04 - Swan Be-Gone

Feb/25/2013
This jungle-themed bathroom is big, but very badly put together. The rainforest inspired wallpaper and swan fixtures made of brass have got to go. Gutting everything and starting with a clean slate allows the crew to make this space stand out. Beautiful marble tiles line the floor, which is heated. A new steam shower with body sprays and plenty of room, is a centerpiece. Classic touches are brought in with a claw-foot soaking tub and reclaimed armoire with matching vanities. To top it off, the ceiling becomes a showstopper with a new dome and crystal chandelier.

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83 :07x05 - Big Bright Basement Bath

Mar/04/2013
This basement bathroom is small, dark and ugly. Utilizing the empty mechanical room next door with a new egress window helps open and brighten up this new layout. A corner fireplace warms up the room and gets it glowing. A soaking tub and walk-in shower allow for two ways to relax, while custom, handmade tiles and a concrete trough sink make this bathroom a one-of-a-kind remodel.

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86 :07x08 - Garage Door Art Bath

Mar/25/2013
A small, outdated bath is upgraded with a unique design that includes magnetic leather tiles and a custom remote-controlled garage door. A sleek double shower with two-tone marble mosaic tile is split by an exotic wood bench that sleeves through the glass. The his-and-hers theme continues with a vanity that has a more traditional undermount sink with drawers on one side and a modern floating shelf with a concrete sink on the other side, connected by a ribbon of wood to match the shower.

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88 :07x10 - Sedona Style

Apr/22/2013
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89 :07x11 - Lake House Retreat Bath

Apr/29/2013
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90 :07x12 - Fire and Water Retreat

May/13/2013
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Season 8

92 :08x01 - Reclaimed Craftsman Bath

Jul/10/2013
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94 :08x03 - Shower with the Works

Aug/12/2013
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95 :08x04 - Treetop Tub

Aug/19/2013
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96 :08x05 - Sky-High Ceiling

Sep/09/2013
Before: Eight Sides of Horror. After: A showstopper. This octagon-shaped space has 12-foot ceilings, a wall of windows and tons of potential. To give this bath the modern look the homeowner wants, everything must get ripped out. The new layout is made square and filled with a big, beautiful shower with body sprays and speakers. On the floor, which is heated, half the room is covered with a fumed oak and underneath the soaking tub lays black pebbles. Behind the tub, the old windows get replaced by an entire wall of sliding glass panels, which gives the perfect view to the outdoors.


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97 :08x06 - Grotto Shower

Sep/23/2013
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98 :08x07 - Infinity Tub

Sep/23/2013
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99 :08x08 - Sleek and Concrete

Oct/21/2013
This master bathroom is too bland for these homeowners. To get the modern makeover they want, space is added from an adjoining dining area. Two skylights are added through the attic to give a light tunnel effect. A sleek, freestanding tub sits on a concrete platform and is given privacy with a sliding smoked glass panel. The walls are floor to ceiling concrete including in the shower, which has steam and music. The result is a sleek, contemporary space with plenty of architectural interest.

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100 :08x09 - Girls Gone Glam

Oct/21/2013
Mom and her four girls get a functional, fancy new bathroom, but there's something for Dad, too. It starts with reconfiguring the small, lofty space to make room for a huge vanity and big sink featuring two sets of fixtures emerging from a large plate glass mirror with accent LED lighting. Above the vanity are storage cubbies with lighting for the little ladies that are accessed with a rolling ladder system. More storage is built in next to the vanity above a small make-up area. On the floor is vinyl tile laid out in a herringbone pattern. The tiled shower features a teak bench and a steam unit that Dad will love. Stacked stone veneer wall is installed as a DIY and then given a special paint wash. The bathroom entrance becomes a DIY project, as a solid core door is embellished with trim and molding and painted pink. A chandelier is fitted inside an antique Victorian birdcage as one more DIY and hung from the ceiling in the center of the space.

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103 :08x12 - Holiday Party Palace

Nov/25/2013
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104 :08x13 - Dog's Best Bathroom

Jan/13/2014
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Season 9

106 :09x01 - Coffee Bar and Carrera Marble

Jan/20/2014
A small bathroom that is falling apart is turned into a beautiful, classic space with the help of the Bath Crashers crew. A large, carrera marble steam shower is added. Custom storage makes practical use of the space. Natural light fills the room and a built-in coffee bar make it easy to rise and shine in this bathroom remodel.

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107 :09x02 - Coastal Cottage in the City

Jan/20/2014
A tiny master bath with one sink and no character is expanded and enlarged into the master bedroom to create an elegant east coast cottage space. The features include walls with reclaimed barnwood wainscoting, exposed rafters wrapped in more barnwood, and the carpeting gives way to Ipe flooring. The shower is decked out in tile mats that are sprinkled randomly throughout with 1 inch seaglass accents. Attic space along on the wall opposite the shower area is converted to fit a large vanity with drop in sinks and a storage tower. A large skylight brightens the space and brings in a bit of the outdoors. Ocean not included.

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108 :09x03 - Glass Box Tub Surround

Jan/27/2014
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Season 10

112 :10x01 - A Modern and Zen Makeover

Sep/08/2014
This bathroom is ill equipped for this family of four. It's bland, boring and lacking in square-footage. To fix this, Bath Crashers takes the bedroom next door to create a modern space with an Asian inspired theme. A sliding translucent panel divides the room. One side has a double vanity, tub and massive walk-in shower. The other side is a powder room for guests. The vanity area is given natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows on either side and a touch of tech is installed with a hidden TV mirror. Bamboo floors lay the groundwork for this Zen space and an illuminated bamboo wall sits behind a tub that plays music.

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113 :10x02 - Geometric Wood Wall

Sep/08/2014
A bath with carpet and angled walls is reshaped and expanded with eclectic touches. A free-standing soaker tub sits atop 24in.x48in. slab tiles and is framed by a DIY sculptured wood wall. A floating vanity with vessel sinks and wall-mounted faucets are accessed by a pivoting door and a salvaged china cabinet is transformed into extra storage.

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114 :10x03 - Fabulous Flip

Sep/15/2014
A large bath is flipped on its footprint to feature functional elegance. A double walk-in shower runs the length of the room with one half dedicated to steam and body sprays. The carpet is replaced with hand-scraped hickory flooring, atop which sit separate his and her vanities. A wine bar adds extra storage and is set off with a hand-crafted burned-wood countertop and mosaic backsplash. A do-it-yourself knee-wall made with glass and artificial tree branches adds privacy in the right place, and the main wall becomes an eye-catcher with a beautiful stenciled plaster treatment.

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116 :10x05 - The Bigger the Better

Sep/22/2014
This big bathroom is made even bigger by taking space from an unused sitting room with fireplace. Taking down the wall opens up the space for this modern makeover the homeowners wanted. A giant walk-through shower has two entrances and shower stations with body sprays. The existing fireplace gets a new face with a sleek, stacked stone that sits underneath a TV mirror. A larger window with plantation shutters lets in natural light and creates the perfect view for the infinity tub, which sits in the center of the room.

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118 :10x07 - Mile Hi Makeover

Sep/29/2014
Making this space a real retreat starts with trashing the tub that takes up half the room. In its place is a large, unique, steam shower featuring pebbles on the floor, sleek glass tiles on the back wall, and multi-colored blue octagonal tiles on the front wall to produce a rain drop effect. The entire shower space is accessed from glass doors on each side. The shower floor pebbles flow outside the wet area to form a faux moat with LED lighting, then segues into planks of hand-scraped eucalyptus wood flooring for the remainder of the room. The shower is flanked on each side by storage cabinets with a special make-up mirror and hidden bench seat for her.

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120 :10x09 - Basement Lounge

Oct/06/2014
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121 :10x10 - Black and White Vintage Wetroom

Oct/06/2014
An ultra small arts and crafts home bathroom is turned into a massive wet room that features vintage luxury. A large claw foot tub sits next to an ethanol-burning fireplace wrapped in overlapping sheets of silver-enameled metal. Across the way is the walk-up, glass-less shower area with two massive rain heads to soak under. The walls are 4x18 white subway tiles, while the floor is black-and-white hexagon tiles to add to the vintage feel. The shower and sink fixtures are period pieces and enhance the turn-of-the-century ambience, while the vanity frame is formed with chrome pipe fittings, a black counter top, and two milk-glass sinks with exposed plumbing.

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122 :10x11 - Bath Goes to Blog 2014

Oct/13/2014
The Bath Crashers crew take on a small cottage and add the ultimate bedroom suite to the second floor. There's a teak accented shower with multiple sprays overhead, a gorgeous soaking tub set in front of a picture window, a custom concrete and walnut vanity, a mirror with a hidden TV and an energy efficient toilet. The bedroom features tons of custom storage, a one of a kind headboard and wall art that is directly inspired by the lake. A sliding bookshelf door leads to a private library sanctuary off the bedroom. This is the perfect place to curl up with a cup of coffee and a good book. The entire suite has amazing lake views, making it a perfect year-round sanctuary.

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123 :10x12 - Blue White and Beautiful

Oct/13/2014
A bathroom better described as a powder room becomes a huge master bedroom spa. It starts with his and her vanities that are sleek furniture pieces that feature drawers that can be compartmentalized in a variety of ways for storage. There's also a lap drawer to extend her vanity into a separate make-up area; and both feature shelves with electrical hookups to keep things tidy. A deep, oval soaking tub sits atop a herringbone wood floor. Nearby is the large walk-in shower with large faux Carrera marble tile and a convenient bench. A private water closet features a separate sink, and a large closet system gives the homeowners plenty of storage for linens and clothes.

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126 :10x15 - Cool, Copper and Concrete

Oct/27/2014
These two bathrooms are separate yet open to each other at the ceiling and they need to be torn down and made into one killer space that fits with the style of this midcentury modern home. The new design features a jetted tub with a concrete deck, copper front and a perfect view of a wall mounted TV. The shower is separate, bigger and surrounded in sleek modern tile and glass. The walls are covered in birch while the floor gets a stained concrete finish. The vanity is a double concrete trough sink, which sits next to an LED lit piece of art glass etched with a fun surprise for the homeowners.

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127 :10x16 - Old Hollywood Glam Bath

Oct/27/2014
Matt finds two actors looking to glam up their dated bath with some Old Hollywood flair and he delivers. The centerpiece is a vintage-inspired vanity with mirror accents and a glass countertop with glowing black and pearl marbles below. A cabinet that opens up to a secret handbag closet for her is a take on the secret rooms in this prohibition-era home and sliding panels with Art Deco wallpaper are a nod to the past as well. Modern touches are blended in with a freestanding jetted tub and a steam shower for two.

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130 :10x19 - Glass Box Tub Surround

Nov/17/2014
A small bathroom gets much bigger by taking closet and exterior space. On the new outside wall, windows now surround a massive soaking tub. A custom vanity is wrapped in a leather finished granite, which also covers the entire wall. In front of that wall hangs a backlit mirror that plays music and the ceiling gets an intricate trim detail to bring this transitional design together.

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131 :10x20 - Shower Showstopper

Nov/17/2014
When you already have a big bathroom like these homeowners do, the possibilities are endless. Bath Crashers takes this big and boring space to the next level by completely blowing up the room and starting over. A massive storefront window expands the view overlooking a golf course while a sleek soaking infinity tub sits in front of it. The shower that sits in the center of the room is completely enclosed in glass. Waterproof speaker tiles are installed for a touch of tech and custom closets fill the perimeter of this modern remodel.

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Season 11

132 :11x01 - Major League Bath Crash

Apr/20/2015
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134 :11x03 - Clean, Fresh and White

Apr/27/2015
The crew combines two ugly master bathrooms into one using reclaimed wood from a 100-year-old barn and adding a Japanese style soaking tub.

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136 :11x05 - Bathing by Candlelight

May/04/2015
Bathing by Candlelight

137 :11x06 - Skylight, Starlight and Stained Glass

May/04/2015
This bathroom is not only big in size; it has big problems. The red tub and matching red sinks are just a few of the many things wrong with this space. Gutting it and starting over will fix the problem. Dark stone tile, custom ash cabinetry and barn-wood create the new palate. A double shower and massive jetted tub help fill the space. Skylights, a stained glass window and star-lit wall feature brings in special lighting while an ethanol-burning fireplace and heated stone counter-tops at the vanity are added for warmth.

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138 :11x07 - Big Easy Elegance

May/11/2015
Big Easy Elegance

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139 :11x08 - Beachy Coastal Bath

May/11/2015
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140 :11x09 - New Orleans Style

May/18/2015
DIY Network is on a mission to crash and trash bathrooms, transforming them into stunning, functional and modern living spaces in the new series "Bath Crashers".

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Network: diy network ( USA)
Type: Reality
Genres: Educational, Family, Housing/Building, How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Airs: Mondays at 11:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: July 05, 2010
Episodes Order: 12
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