Season 3, Episode 9

Terrible Terrarium

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 of plants. The result is that their bathroom looks like a terrarium stuck in the '60s. With the help of the local fire department, the Bath Crashers team will knock out the walls on either side of the bathroom. The new space will have a wet room, double vanities and a super cool tub that sits next to a curved tile wall. Plus, what appears to be a storage shelf is actually a hidden door that swings open into the master bedroom closet. And the best part? The plants do come back but as a piece of art, which is just fine with these homeowners.
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