The Home Depot Renew and Redo Your Bath Event

You may have already heard about it, The Home Depot Renew and Redo Your Bath event in the USA.

This is more than a sales event.

I don’t have to tell you about the nasty weather outside, which makes it a good time for those indoors home improvement and renovation project. Renewing a bath can mean a variety of updates including changing out a vanity, adding new lighting, installing a new floor, changing out the toilet, replacing the showerhead or adding a new paint color.

During their Renew and Redo Your Bath event,  among other things, The Home Depot in the USA is providing super value on small bath updates that will make a big impact on your home or bath,but not on your wallet.

For example, this one link it will take you to the page on The Home Depot’s web site wherein you can see all the almost 2,000 (yes, almost two thousand) of bath accessories at 20 percent off as part of the Renew Your Bath features products. This includes bath accessories such as towel bars and rings, toilet paper holders, shelves, grab bars and more from brand names such as Kohler, Moen, Delta, Gatco, American Standard and Franklin Brass.

However, this is not just a ‘sales’ event. At least most (it could be all but I can’t personally get to each and every Home Depot location in the USA, can I?) Home Depot locations will have a new themed bathroom display area custom built for this event:

Themed Bathrooms for Renew Your Bath The Home Depot Renew and Redo Your Bath Event

The above picture was taken by me just inside the entrance of The Home Depot location in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

I really like this because I am a visual type of person and I need to see how different bathroom fixtures and products look together. Here is a picture taken a little further away but showing all of the different themed display bathrooms built expressly for the Renew Your Bath event, again in the Cheyenne, WY location:

Home Depot Themed Bathrooms The Home Depot Renew and Redo Your Bath Event

The Home Depot also has various pages within the Renew and Redo Your Bath area of its main web site providing more pictures and bath product combinations again along a similar themed bathroom approach with names like Urban Loft, Modern Sensibility, Estate Living, Casual Cottage and more.

And, eacy of the products within the in-store display has a label such as this one for a toilet paper holder in one of the themed bathrooms so you know the items cost, name, etc.:

Themed Bathroom Product Labeling The Home Depot Renew and Redo Your Bath Event

For me, this is enough of a reason to visit my local Home Depot store. Of course, there is more.

As was pointed out to me by the very helpful sales associate in the Cheyenne location, don’t forget that Home Depot locations provide in-store how-to workshops which are free to attend. As part of the Renew Your Bath event, Home Depot locations are having numerous in-store how-to workshops relating to the bathroom. For example, there are many Do-It-Herself all this weekend (January 20 to 23, 2011) for the gals including:

  • choosing coordinating finishing touches such as bath hardware, paint and light fixtures,
  • learn how to install vanities, tiles and faucets, and
  • learn about the right tools and top brands

And, for these do-it-yourself workshops you can even register yourself on-line to save yourself time! Of course you need to check your local Home Depot store for specific workshop topics and times

The Home Depot offers in-store experts and online tools to provide inspiration, help you decide on what to buy for your new bathroom look and show you how to get it done right.

Great values and featured products are available in The Home Depot stores throughout the continental U.S. from January 20 – February 23rd while supplies last. Learn more about easy ways to Renew and Redo your bath by visiting www.homedepot.com/renewyourbath

And, remember our Home Depot Renew Your Bath giveaway for a chance to win a $200 Home Depot gift card!

Note: The Home Depot works with bloggers such as myself to conduct product reviews. They do not tell bloggers what to say about their products or how to say it. The Home Depot fundamentally believes that people should be free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. The Home Depot often provides product – free of charge – to bloggers for review as they did for this post. The Home Depot’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.

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