Bath Crashers

Bath Crashers airs: Saturdays at 12:30p/11:30c

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  • DBCR-501H
    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 becom

  • DBCR-708FH
    A small, outdated bath is upgraded with a unique design that includes magnetic leather tiles and a custom remote-controlled garage door.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 th

  • DBCR-812FH
    With the help of the Bath Crashers crew, this small space gets big makeover not only for the homeowners, but their two dogs as well. Having a place where the pooches can enter the house, without going through the kitchen was a big want. To

  • DBCR-904FH
    A small master bathroom expands into an unused adjoining bedroom to create a functional, large, and luxurious new space. Part of the room is dedicated to a stackable washer and dryer with a custom-built laundry tub that sits in a butcher-bl

  • DBCR-404H
    Will and Alice will do almost anything to avoid using their basement bathroom. There is no mirror and barely any light, and the entire space looks like a failed 8th grade shop project. Plus, the room is always damp and smells of mold. Th

  • DBCR-604H
    Licensed contractor Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers team transform a small bathroom into a space for two by using space from the bedroom next door to give the homeowners the master suite they've been looking for. A retro look with moder

  • DBCR-707FH
    This bathroom is already big, but is poorly laid out with green carpet on the floor. To open up the space, Bath Crashers knocks down a wall and starts from scratch. The large, L-shaped vanity with one sink is replaced by two, stainless stee

  • DBCR-702FH
    A plain jane bathroom gets high tech upgrades. Standard, one person shower is expanded for two, with lighted chromatherapy rainshower heads and a digital control panel for individually heated water settings. A huge, circular, stainless stee

  • DBCR-803FH
    With the help of the Bath Crashers crew, Brendan and Brittany want to turn their bathroom into a space they enjoy. To do that, a tub they never use comes out. In its place sits the massive two-person shower they've always wanted with a larg

  • DBCR-805FH
    Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers crew are at Blog Cabin 2013. With the help of America's voters, they turn a small bathroom and bedroom into a perfect beach getaway. They add a huge wet-room with a walk-in shower built for two, a gorge

  • DBCR-309H
    Bath Crashers is crashing Minneapolis! And these homeowners are in desperate need of some help. They've tried to make the best of their bathroom's weird floor plan, but the open space behind the tub is too small for anything but a bunch o

  • DBCR-612H
    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 th

  • DBCR-706FH
    Eco friendly, sustainable and open are all words to describe this gorgeous bathroom. The walls were removed, creating a nearly uninterrupted flow from the bedroom. A raised wood floor sets the stage for the glass box encloses the huge sho

  • DBCR-801FH
    Washing and drying takes on new meaning in this combined bath/laundry space. The bath makeover starts with a little farmhouse chic, with wood slat arches framing the door from bedroom to bath, into the shower, and above the deck-mounted air

  • DBCR-902FH
    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 mor

  • DBCR-806FH
    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

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About This Show

DIY Network is on a mission to crash, demolish and raze bathrooms, transforming them into stunning, functional and modern living spaces in the new series Bath Crashers. Produced similarly to DIY's popular House Crashers and Yard Crashers series, crasher Matt Muenster ambushes homeowners while they're home improvement shopping. When he identifies the ultimate bathroom challenge, he follows the lucky homeowner home and totally overhauls a bathroom in need of repair.

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