Toni and Julian love their home -- except for one room. In fact, when they walk into the bathroom in the morning, they are taken aback by a mustard yellow color they find obnoxious. They've spent a lot of time renovating the rest of the house, and now it's time to take on this bathroom. They have an amazing design in mind, but need the help of some creative designers and carpenters to make the project work.
Deb and Mike are a vibrant couple who just sent their fourth child to college. Their bathroom still reflects an active family who didn't have time to decorate -- with a mish-mosh of flowers, old curtains, towels screaming for storage and an inaccessible window. With more free time now, they are ready to renovate this kaleidoscopic conundrum into an Old World style bathroom that reflects their newfound peace and quiet.
Mindy and Andy love their home in the suburbs outside of New York City. For the past six months, they've spent hours, days and weekends decorating the house, and now they are ready to take on the big project -- renovating the cottage-style bathroom.
Kelly and Carl's historic home started as a barn, and the house was built on from there. They moved here a year ago and have wanted to renovate their master bathroom ever since. This is the first home where they haven't had to share a bathroom with their children, and they want to make it a spa-like, relaxing retreat for themselves, incorporating the home's exposed beams and rustic country house style.
Joe and Sonia Elabd love their home and have spent many hours working to make it the home of their dreams. They recently transformed their attic into a master suite which has ample room for a spacious bathroom. However, the old bathroom that's there is tiny, dysfunctional and ugly. With the help of a professional designer and construction team, a new master bath will make their home complete.
Marci and Taylor Nigro feel like they enter a time warp every time they walk into their gaudy bathroom. They were so excited when they recently bought their house, but they knew the first order of business would be ridding the bathroom of its teal green fixtures and brass trim and hardware. They're finally taking the plunge and have asked the Save My Bath team for help.
Jenn and Tom Rebain are newlyweds who love their home and have spent a lot of time and effort making it their own. But their master bathroom is so tiny, it's sparking fights in the morning. This room needs professional help before Jenn and Tom do.
Richard and Ilene have just blended their families and, much like the Brady Bunch, they have a 1960s era bathroom. Busy managing their careers and many children, they need help bringing their bathroom into this century so they can be a happy family again.
Mindy Leher is proud of owning her first house, but she and her roommate Amy agree that the green imitation marble floor in the bathroom has to go. The Save My Bath team will help Mindy make her bathroom more modern and functional in a cottage-style that suits her and her house.
The only thing Ron likes about his bathroom is a mirror - that's it. And he especially hates the psychedelic butterflies dotting the wallpaper. Ron is a single father of two college kids who has fixed up the rest of his entire house, even the bathroom that his kids use when they're visiting. Now his kids have called in the Save My Bath team to give their Dad an industrial-style bathroom made just for him.
The Trent family has spent months making their new house a home. Now, their '60s era bathroom is the last room on their list. With leaky faucets, cracked tiles and grimy floors, it's in desperate need of a contemporary makeover.
When Maribeth and Bill Smith moved into their house five years ago, they had big plans to make it the warmest and most inviting home possible. However, when it came to their master bathroom, they couldn't agree on what to do. And as working parents, they'd have little time to do it themselves anyway. Currently, their bathroom is bland and colorless - not to mention the exposed drywall, gobs of spackle and grimy grout. With professional help, their boring bathroom gets a colorful new life in a style inspired by the tropics.
Alan and Irene love their home's hardwood floors, scenic backyard and deck and open floor plan that is perfect for entertaining family and friends. They would never dream of leaving this house. but they must admit that they have a '50s era bathroom that is crumbling around them. They want to bring functionality and a refreshing contemporary design to this neglected room.
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