In this installment of UrbanTurf Reader Asks, a DC homeowner with a fixer-upper is wondering what middle-of-the-road options exist for home renovations.
I'm renovating my house, but I've been disappointed with the bathroom fixtures and other finishes available at Home Depot. However, the interior design shops in Georgetown are too expensive, e.g. $10,000 bathtubs. I know there are some good tile and stone stores way out in the suburbs -- Fairfax and Chantilly -- but do UrbanTurf readers have any close-in favorites for bathroom and kitchen stuff?
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/ut_readers_asks_what_is_better_than_home_depot/7094
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