Episode DBCR-205HSee all Episodes
February 02, 2013
10:00 AM e/p
A charming farmhouse built in the 1920s has lots to offer, except in the bathroom. No air conditioning, radiator heat, and a tub the homeowners won't touch, let alone use, this bathroom is in serious need of some help. The challenge is to keep the farmhouse look without the barn-like feel. The Bath Crashers team opens up the room by utilizing closet space on either side. New wood floor replaces the rotting one. A copper tin ceiling with copper hardware to match adds a punch of color to the room. A vintage-looking chandelier and fixtures sheds light on the beautiful pull-toilet, custom vanity and period appropriate claw foot tub help shape this one-of-a-kind space. A DIY project especially for the homeowners also has them constructing shutters made from wood out of their own barn.