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A claw-foot tub is timeless, and you can find them at various price points, but were you clever enough to know which bathroom costs a little more?

You’re correct if you guessed: Left: high, Right: low. The lucky winner of this month’s HGTV Magazine prize package will be notified by email.

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Were you correct?

On the left, relax in luxury with a fabric shower curtain, relaxing spa-worthy showerhead, classic tub, and organic cotton rug. You’ll be singing in the shower after you’ve saved a bundle with the look on the right. Costs drop with a vinyl shower curtain, rainwater showerhead, cast-iron tub, and soft blue rug. We think a nice long bubble bath is in order.

Find info on these products and more in Sabrina Soto’s latest round-up of dynamic duos on The High/Low List.

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  2. Deborah Barnes says:

    I want to remodel our home to include a main floor laundry. Hilary help? We live in St. Louis, Missouri.
    I have been looking for someone in our area who designs the way you can.

  3. Cleeta Mullins says:

    My house has 2stories. Down stairs has foyer in middle. On right side a formal living room, on left a formal dining room. Across the back behind foyer, living room, and dining room is one large with a kitchen on right and a family room on left. I want to take out the wall between the family room and living Rommel. What do you think?

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Alyssa SparacinoAlyssa is the Online Editor for HGTV Magazine. She lives in a cozy brownstone apartment in Hoboken with (she likes to think) tons of charm. The older building provides character...

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