Jump out of bed and stumble to the bathtubPour myself a cup of... uh... okay, my idea sort of falls apart here. Thanks to Jay for the listing.
great maybe for a Bed and Breakfast... but I want just a tad more privacy on a daily basis!
The listing says there are 4 full baths and no half baths. What in tarnation do they call this room?
I think this the bedthroom. Or maybe the badthroom. Something.
I stayed in a room exactly like that at a Casino in Reno this summer. Yes, it's as disgusting as you'd think. debaucherous tho.
I dunno, I kind of dig that idea. Now, if it were a toilet, THAT would be silly!
As much as I hate this room, ya gotta LOVE that quilt! I'd bet the quilt doesn't come with the house, though.
Those wacky Mormons! You know what they say though ... The Family That Bathes Together Stays Together. I think that's how the saying goes.BTW MuseSwings - "Badthroom" would be a great name for a 70's rock band.
This used to be all the rage in trailer homes. Don't ask me how I know that...
4 bathrooms + 4 bedrooms + 3 reception rooms + 2 TV rooms + kitchen + dining room + utility room = 4 rooms in total. I wonder which unfortunate family member has to sleep in the double garage?
I'd like it better if the tub were red and heart shaped and if the tv was mounted on the wall and swiveled. Maybe a black fur beadspread instead of that sweet quilt. Now, that's a badthroom. Mmmhmmm.
Absolutely digging the "9 to 5" reference, by the way. Kudos!
It's very in vogue in the UK, if you are posh, to install a freestanding claw foot bath in your master bedroom in your five bed Georgian Townhouse. They use words like 'luxury' and 'indulgence' when they talk about it. My reaction is 'For the love of God, won't somebody think of the carpet!'
I saw this and thought, "Looks like a steamy night ahead!" Bad pun intended.
You'll be pouring yourself a cup of blood every time you catch your shin on that sharp corner.
Being Seattle, perhaps the home was once used as a birth center?
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