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The top 10 bath stores in Toronto

The top bath stores in Toronto feature a selection of brands to help you renovate your bathroom from top to bottom. Whether you're looking to build a simple powder room or create your own luxury spa retreat, there are plenty of options available at every price point. Having experienced staff who know the products but also understand the ins and outs of bathroom renovation is essential.

Here are my picks for the top bath stores in Toronto.

Taps Bath Centre
They pack a lot into this busy showroom, which offers a good selection of popular, mid-range products. Bring your patience, while they have lots of helpful, friendly staff, it gets quite busy.

Watermarks Boutique
Kohler is very popular at this higher-end store, which offers quality service, possibly because their staff does not work on commission. They're one of the few retailers who carry Kallista, which features collections from top international designers.

Part of the Elte family, Ginger's carries an impressive selection of taps, tubs, and spouts, but also bath accessories - from towels, to laundry bins, to soap dishes, and even fragrances. Their big and beautiful showroom features the top luxurious brands, including Waterworks, which is exclusive to them.

This giant showroom has over 100 suites displaying various bathroom combinations - from powder room to corner shower to big tub configurations - which helps take the guess work out of your renovation. If you have a hard time visualizing the job, this is the place for you. They even have a substantial tile section, although it's currently under construction.

Roman Bath
Family run for over 25 years, Roman Bath has a bright and modern showroom stocked with items in the mid to high range, a lot of it imported from Europe. They have knowledgeable sales staff and are known to provide excellent customer service. If you ever wondered what a $3,000 toilet looks like, they have one on display!

New Canadians Lumber
Owned and operated by the same family for 40 years and carrying many popular brands (Moen, American Standard, Riobel) at a competitive price point, New Canadians is a great place to start your search for bath supplies. They recently started creating their own line of vanities, capturing designer looks at an affordable price. They also offer installation services.

Atlantis Bath Centre
If you're looking for Kohler, visit Atlantis Bath, while they also carry other top brands, they specialize in this popular line. They also offer a one-stop experience for custom work, from design consultation right through to delivery and installation.

Taps and Stone
Catering to the budget-conscious renovator, Taps and Stone carries lines like Riobel, Grohe, and Cabano that offers quality at a good price point. While they sell pre-fab choices, they are known for their custom cabinetry and mill-work - a great choice when working with unique spaces. They're also soon opening up a new location in the Castlefield area.

Family-run by two Etobicoke guys, H20 has a wholesale plumbing section in the back that sells valves, fittings and pipes. The showroom features a range of medium to high-end faucets and shower kits.

With a full line of sinks, faucets, and cabinetry that can be customized to any space at an affordable price, Ikea may not be the most creative choice, but it sure is a logical one. Their storage and organization solutions are especially popular, helping to maximize small spaces with style.

What did I miss? Add your suggestions for top bath stores in Toronto in the comments.

Photo via Ginger's on Facebook.

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