I swear, there are scientists in labcoats sitting just out of the shot, clipboards in hand, ready to take notes on how long it takes you to... um... do laundry, if you're lucky.
that's the most, ummm... Efficient bathroom I've ever seen... toss in the clothes, take care of business, wash and dry - get dressed from whatever clothes are now in the dryer...
Actually, as a person who favors small spaces, that is a pretty clever idea. Not ideal, looks wise. But I bet that bathroom gets warm when the dryer runs!
This is pretty typical for Europe - I'd even call it advanced, unfortunately. In Russia, the washer may be in the kitchen or bathroom, while the dryer, if you even have one, could be in the entry hall. No joke. And yet we are capitalist pigs for having luxuries like "laundry rooms"! ;p
"Ha! Thrë minütes ånd twø secønds! Bëat THAT, Björg!"
The rest of the unit is spectacular! I want that view!I'd seriously have to lower the mirror over the sink there, I don't think it would reflect any part of me!
They can time me all they want, as long as I get to keep the bathroom. That is *sweet*.
And now we see the housing issued by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. I figure the last thing heard from the last resident was "Sergeant Benton! You and the Brigadier get Jo out of here before the bidet explodes! I'll escape in my TARDIS!"
...because a bathroom can be more than just a bathroom.
I have never been to Norway, but somehow I always knew this is exactly how it would look.
What a fabulous property. It reminds me of shopping at Ikea and someday becomming organized.
I cannot lie...I covet that bathroom.
No one commented on Santa's jacket hung up on the coat tree antlers . . .
Well, Anonymous, Santa's just got to be efficient.
The shots of the bath without the washer and dryer make it look pretty cool! The one you posted make it look like the loo equivalent of one of those sleep labs people go to. I'd deal with it for that view.
I am OK with the washer and dryer in there, its the time trials for the commode that would drive me crazy.Though I wonder where the list of the record holders is.
it looks like it should be in a "hatch" on the LOST island. The Dharma Initiative is partial to 'experiments'.
good news is, that if your business took too long, you can just step into your shower cum time machine and do it all over again!
Umm... What's that on the shelf in the shower? Is it a pepper grinder? Or perhaps something else that should have been removed before the photo was taken? Seriously, please tell me I'm not the only one to notice that.
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