The Frockowiak family loves spending time in their home, but not in their mismatched brown bathroom! Everything has gone wrong with this roomfrom the slope in the floor to the fluorescent lighting pouring down from their dropped ceilingand it needs a full renovation. Designer Krista Watterworth and her trusty carpenter, Steven Whittle, set out to transform this mocha-colored mess to the clean and contemporary bathroom that this family craves.
The Knorr family is lost in the forest and crying for help. The wallpaper in their bathroom is a giant photograph of a forest, and it is trimmed on all sides by varying shades of green. Combine that color scheme with a door that knocks you off of the toilet and tiny tub, and this bathroom is in need of a full facelift! Luckily, designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle agree to go in to take this forest outdoors, where it belongs.
Anna Persson and Niklas Berglind recently moved from beautiful Sweden to the States and are adjusting well to the American lifestyle. One thing that they have had trouble getting used to is their big bad bathroom. With plum-colored walls and gold trim, it is way too over-the-top for the simple Swedes. Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle sign on to tone down the bathroom and make this couple feel more at home.
Kiersten and David Lenat are an artsy, funky couple who live in a farmhouse that was built in the early 1900s. They've spent the first year of their marriage updating the house to match their style, but the one room that they have left to tackle is their bad, bad bath. This huge room has too many doors, a humongous tub and gray decor everywhere. Designer Krista Watterworth and her carpenter Steven Whittle sign on to transform this dull space into a sleek, modern bathroom.
Barbara and Mike Cremean have a bad bath that's right out of a horror movie. From a rusty pole in the middle of the room to the rotting floor and old laminate as far as the eye can see, this room needs to be gutted and brought back to life. Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle sign on to incorporate the couple's comfortable style from the rest of their home into a beautiful, functional bathroom that won't give them nightmares anymore.
Nadine and James Belisle want up update their '70s-style bathroom. The Harvest Gold fixtures, missing tile and moldy bathtub just aren't doing it for this rock 'n' roll couple. Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle sign on to turn this space into a masterpiece of modern design that any hard rocker would be proud of.
Barbara Showalter had a plan: to plaster her bathroom with duck decor as far as the eye could see so that her husband, Dave, would finally renovate the space. Problem was it didn't exactly bother Dave, so they've been living in the quacked-out space ever since. Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle agree to send these ducks south for good and transform this bathroom into a dramatic room with Old World accents.
Karen and Chris Szalwinski started out with the best of intentions. They were all gung ho to renovate their bad bath and started by ripping down all the old ugly wallpaper ... but then things kind of stopped! They have been living with a Vegas-style vanity, mismatched walls and a bizarre, blinding light ever since! Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle step in to turn this space into a casual yet contemporary country-style bathroom.
Grab your poodle skirt and wing-tip shoes, and get ready to step back in time! That's exactly what will happen with you see Amy and Troy Bausinger's kids' bathroom. Between the oddly shaped laminate vanity, bizarre sunken tub and an overload of pink tile, this room needs a major update. Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle sign on to transform it into kid-friendly space with neutral colors and natural design elements at the base.
Bachelor Ed Kropewnicki is a dirt bike fanatic who loves spending time watching his big-screen television and listening to his stereo system. But bachelorhood at his house has one big disadvantage--his over-the-top bright green and blue bathroom. His cousin, Kevin, signs on to help designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle transform this space into a macho room that will be sure to impress the ladies.
When Cristina and Sanjeev Balhara heard a loud crashing sound coming from their bathroom in the middle of the night, they didn't know what to think! Turns out their tile was so old and damaged that it was literally falling off the walls! Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle set out to transform this hazardous zone into a chic, modern space.
Most people love the plush, comforting feeling of wall-to-wall carpeting between their toes, but Josie and Chris Williams don't exactly agree. Their wall-to-wall carpeting is in their bathroom, and the only sensation they get between their toes is a yucky wet feeling! Designer Krista Watterworth and carpenter Steven Whittle set out to rip up this science experiment and turn this space into a Tuscan-themed getaway!
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