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Can you guess which bathtub belongs in this spa-like bathroom?

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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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196 Responses

  1. Cj Zuckerman says:

    Depending on how modern of a feel you want for your Spa," A" could work nicely since the tile on the walls and frosted glass are so modern. And "B" has a nice juxtaposition with the dark look and light room, but Overall the hardware and the cabinets point to "C".

  2. Karen says:

    C, but only because of the faucet. I think A would go nicely, too.

  3. Lady Di says:

    C would be beautiful in this bathroom.

  4. Geralea Melson says:

    C… Love them all.

  5. Teresa Kuhl says:

    C because it goes with the rest of the room without screaming at it.

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