There are many resources for individuals looking for inspiration and ideas for a bathroom renovation project. Magazines, books, decorating stores and television programs all provide countless pictures, tips and tricks to help homeowners create the space of their dreams.
Now, the DIY television network has announced that a new program, I Hate My Bath, is likely to join the ranks of other trusted sources for information regarding bathroom renovations.
According to Multichannel News, the program, which is hosted by licensed contractor and carpenter Jeff Devlin, premieres on September 13. It's a spin-off of the network's I Hate My Kitchen program, which helps homeowners transform their old, inefficient and out-of-date kitchens into the 21st century.
I Hate My Bath will encourage homeowners to tackle their ugly, outdated, hated bathrooms by providing them with economical yet clever bathroom design ideas.
Whether or not you want a complete bathroom renovation, the program will help you decide if you should install a new bathroom vanity, fixtures, bathtub, shower or toilet to create the space of your dreams.
The network is also bringing back its annual Ultimate Kitchen and Bath Giveaway, which gives viewers a chance to win a $100,000 kitchen and bath remodel.
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