Bath Crashers

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

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  • DBCR-406H
    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 ad

  • DBCR-613H
    A mega dull construction grade bath gets the Crasher treatment and is transformed into a getaway for Mom and Dad. A double-curved vanity with Carrera marble top and drop-in sinks is framed by a glass-beaded wall treatment and highlighted wi

  • DBCR-609H
    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 fixtu

  • DBCR-703FH
    This basement bathroom is small, dark and ugly. Utilizing the empty mechanical room next door with 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 wal

  • DBCR-813FH
    Two small bathrooms become one big space, spiced up with eye-catching amenities. A large soaker tub sits atop a patterned cement tile floor. Across the way is a large walk-in shower featuring white-crackle tile and a niche along the entire

  • DBCR-809FH
    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 s

  • 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-311H
    The Swartzes' master bathroom makes zero sense. The shower, sink and toilet areas are tiny, cramped rooms, and the closet is huge and useless. Matt completely guts the room and pulls out the ill-advised carpet. He then flips the layout,

  • DBCR-509H
    The collision of industrial materials like brick, metal and concrete with wood, pebble and antique fixtures create a unique loft feel in this master bath. A concrete deck is topped with a freestanding tub surrounded by pebble with a terrace

  • DBCR-711FH
    A massive bathroom is transformed into the ultimate spa retreat with accents including a fireplace and reclaimed wood wall with custom art piece burned into it. A ten foot vanity floating on the wall is topped with glass vessel sinks that l

  • DBCR-808FH
    A bathroom barely bigger than a powder room expands into a grand luxury suite. The focal point is a huge wet room that houses a big, deep soaker tub and his/her shower heads and body sprays. Recycled granite highlights the tub wall, while t

  • DBCR-906FH
    An old Victorian bathroom is upgraded with new materials to maintain its unique charm. A glazed brick wall highlights a steel and granite double sink vanity, while a huge soaker tub sits next to a metal-wrapped ethanol-burning fireplace. En

  • DBCR-811FH
    The current bathroom for these homeowners is small and needs to get bigger, fast. They use this space not only for everyday use, but also as a changing area for their pool. Adding unused bedroom space helps give the new design the spa exper

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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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