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Contractor Jeff Devlin, the resident carpenter of HGTV's series "Spice Up My Kitchen," moves down the hall or more likely up the stairs to spruce up powder rooms in "I Hate My Bath." He repairs the broken relationship homeowners have with their dank and dull bathrooms, bringing the spaces into the here and now with sophisticated renovations that include the latest products and materials. Best yet, loving your bathroom doesn't require a costly divorce from the old one, because Devlin demonstrates plenty of ways to get that modern makeover minus excessive expenditures.

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A 60's style pool house bath renovation includes a see-thru fireplace and French doors allowing access to the water.
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A outdated pink bathroom is transformed into an elegant and modern space.
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