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Type A, B or C in the comments section, and we’ll reveal the answer tomorrow. One person will win an HGTV notebook — you don’t have to guess correctly for a chance to win.

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198 Responses

  1. Ferie says:

    I like C that has color harmony.

  2. Mary Bayquen says:


  3. Wendy Keyes says:

    B….. needs the contrast :-}

  4. jwisowaty says:

    I think C is the best tub!

  5. CamilovicCreate says:

    I would guess the claw foot tub "c" since the facet matches the sink and also because the feet are stainless steel.

  6. wendy says:

    C is the only one that would rightfully fit

  7. kgj2010 says:

    Because of the big, simple tiles on the floor, and the modern sparkle of the tiles on the wall behind the tub, I would choose tub A. I think the look of the whole room is classic but too simple and clean for tub C.

  8. Melissa Jean says:


  9. Millie Kargol says:

    I like B – the Copper would set it off just right!

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