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Bath Crashers

Surprising homeowners with bathroom makeovers. 

Crew:
Matt Muenster (Host)

3/27/15
04:30 AM
"Something Old, Something New"  A small and outdated bathroom gets a spacious makeover that takes advantage of a brick chimney that is original to the home.  (Repeat) DIY
3/28/15
07:00 AM
"Swan Be-Gone"  An ugly bathroom with rainforest inspired wallpaper and swan fixtures made of brass gets a makeover with beautiful classic touches.  (Repeat) HGTV
3/28/15
07:30 AM
"Bamboo Bliss"  A tiny and boring bathroom gets an expansion by borrowing space from a walk-in closet and installing a large, 2-person steam shower.  (Repeat) HGTV
3/28/15
08:00 AM
"Black and White Vintage Wetroom"  A small arts and crafts home bathroom is turned into a massive wet room featuring vintage luxury items such as a large claw foot tub that sits next to an ethanol-burning fireplace.  (Repeat) HGTV
3/28/15
08:30 AM
"The Bigger the Better"  A large bathroom is expanded even more by utilizing space from an unused sitting room with fireplace.  (Repeat) HGTV
3/29/15
07:00 AM
"Girls Gone Glam"  A mother and her four girls get a functional and fancy new bathroom that also appeals to man of the house.  (Repeat) DIY
3/29/15
07:30 AM
"Would You Like a Massage With That?"  By borrowing space from an unused bedroom, a small bathroom is enlarged to give a couple the spa experience they have always wanted.  (Repeat) DIY
3/29/15
08:00 AM
"Dog's Best Bathroom"  A bathroom renovation features something for everyone, including the family dogs, with the addition of an electric doggie door.  (Repeat) DIY
3/29/15
08:30 AM
"Functional, Funky Formula"  Two small bathrooms are combined into one big space with eye-catching amenities including a walk-in shower with white-crackle tile.  (Repeat) DIY
4/6/15
11:00 PM
Bath Crashers (Repeat) DIY
Bath Crashers

Premise
Bathrooms serve a purpose in people's homes but they don't always look nice. Licensed contractor Matt Muenster hopes to change that by renovating homeowners' bathrooms. In the same vein as ``House Crashers'' and ``Yard Crashers,'' Muenster surprises homeowners while they are shopping for home improvement supplies and identifies a bathroom challenge. He then follows the homeowners to their house and tackles the bathroom overhaul.

Current cast
Matt Muenster

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.