The Master Suite at Blog Cabin was old, dark and cramped. Matt Muenster and the Bath Crasher crew open up the bedroom and bathroom, mixing farmhouse finds with contemporary comfort. The bathroom is turned into a modern-day wet-room with a huge, open shower and a giant tub that fills from the ceiling. The bedroom keeps touch with the home's roots. A custom headboard is made using reclaimed doors from the property and the bed gets a one-of-a-kind look using vintage table legs.
A tiny bath is expanded to become part of a very unique master suite with reclaimed wine barrel floors throughout. Custom barn-style closet doors are built from cedar and torched to age them. Vintage blue canning jars become light fixtures and a trunk is transformed into a vanity with a large trough sink. Antique fixtures complete the look in the white subway-tiled shower and atop the turquoise clawfoot tub.
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.
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 modern amenities keeps the space classic, yet up-to-date. A restored antique vanity with two vessel sinks occupies the main bathroom, while a separate washroom with toilet and pedestal sink is added for privacy. A claw foot tub with painted legs sits below a window with a view, and a coffee bar is added to make the morning routine more enjoyable.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A builder grade bathroom becomes a bachelor's dream with the ultimate indoor/outdoor shower connected by an eight-foot bi-folding glass door. Concrete floors give it a modern industrial feel, a full bar with a mini fridge adds storage and the massive mirror turns into a big screen TV at the push of a button. The showpiece is the vanity though, a vintage motorcycle that is refinished and plumbed to hold two transparent blue sinks and glass countertops.
A massive, bland bathroom is transformed into an elegant getaway with a waterproof TV installed above a jetted tub that fills from the ceiling. Chevron patterned wainscoting made from reclaimed wood adds a unique twist along with sandblasted glass closet doors. High tech features top it off including a modern towel warmer and the world's most advanced remote-controlled toilet.
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.
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 with crystal teardrop pendants. The remaining walls are panelized and trimmed with moldings for a sophisticated look and feel. A soaker tub with freestanding tub filler sits opposite a huge walk-in shower that's outfitted with two rain shower heads and a TV. Reclaimed teak flooring with a silvered finish adds a final touch of class to this spa where no more kids are allowed.
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