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Top Spots To Shop For Your Bathroom In Denver

August 13, 2013 6:00 AM

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Photo Credit: Reverie Living

Photo Credit: Reverie Living

A great bathroom can make or break a home. If you have one that is stylish, yet relaxing, it can easily become your favorite room in the house. On the other hand, if it is outdated or weathered, it can make you want to get in and out as quickly as possible. Whether you’re buying a new home, renting an apartment or remodeling, there are a lot of places in the Front Range at which you can find new items to spice up the loo.

Bath & Granite 4 Less
4755 E. 46th Ave.
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 351-8252
www.bathandgranite4less.com

Bath & Granite 4 Less features everything you need to revamp your bath from faucets and fixtures to vanities and mirrors. With a wide selection and reasonable prices, you can find items that suit your personality and blend with your décor. This shop has showrooms in Denver and Colorado Springs, and if it doesn’t have what you need, it will order it. Delivery times are usually quick, so you can get your project done without shutting down your bathroom.

Extra Building Materials, Inc.
400 W. 53rd Place
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 296-8090
www.extrabuild.com

Extra Building Materials specializes in selling surplus and overstock home goods at below-market prices. Since 1996, the company has offered items such as cabinets, windows, flooring, trim and more to people who want to remodel without spending the contents of their child’s college fund. If you’re looking for flooring, fixtures or more, stop by and check out the inventory.

Lucas Paint
2950 W. 44th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 433-6246
www.lucaspaint.com

Sometimes all you need to spruce up a room is a new coat of paint. Lucas Paint features high-quality paints and accessories at affordable prices. With paint, primer, stain, faux finishes and tools, you can easily redo your cabinets and repaint the wall for a quick, affordable facelift. The staff at Lucas Paint is friendly and well informed, so if you’re hesitant about a color or need help choosing between colors, Lucas Paint will gladly answer all of your questions.

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Reverie Living
1671 Central St.
Denver, CO 80211
(720) 524-3085
www.reverieliving.virb.com

This shop in the Highlands is perfect for finding decorative items for the bathroom. If you’re looking for a vase, ceramics or other finishing touches, this shop offers a great selection. Stop by and check out the selection if you are the type of person who wants unique items for your home. With an eye for design, the owners of this shop have filled it with home goods that are bright and lively, yet functional.

Do it Ur-Self Plumbing and Heating
3100 Brighton Blvd.
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 297-0455
www.plumbdummy.com

From small items like faucets and fixtures to big ticket items like sinks and tubs, this shop has everything you need to create your own home oasis. With prices that are comparable to bigger box stores and high-quality inventory, this shop is perfect for the DIY crowd. If you want a bathroom worthy of a luxury resort or prefer a cozier, homier look, you can find whatever you need to transform your space in this store. Staff members are knowledgeable and helpful, so you can ask about anything and walk away with the right stuff.

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Alaina Brandenburger is a freelance writer living in Denver. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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