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Friday
Nov092007

If I was an outdoor room ....


.... I'd be this cast concrete soaking tub designed by Oliver Burns. Alfresco bathing on late spring afternoon, pure bliss! I think I need some champagne too.

Reader Comments (8)

yes please! love this. want it. now.

my current home doesnt have a bath and I love baths...I can look at this image and dream...thanks!

9 Nov 2007 | Unregistered CommenterPia Jane

I hate to be the party pooper but surely the pond smell & the occasional frog leaping in to your serene bath time will detract. Don't get me wrong love the concept of a bath contained in water but perhaps treated clear water that is in motion to feel like you are in a stream :) PS: LOVE YOUR BLOG TRULY MY INSPIRATION.

9 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commenternunu pepe'

I LOVE being surrounded by plants. so tropical. so exotic.

9 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commenterk_b

i'm sorry...but this just screams "go ahead and bite my naked bathing body you west nile infected mosquitos!"

maybe it's just me...

9 Nov 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

*laugh* I adore everyone's comments.

It's a truly lovely idea - and me with no tub at home! I also really like the fact that you have to step down into it.

With the way I get bath bubbles everywhere though, the frogs would be blowing bubbles for sure!

I am laughing at the comments too. I see your points. This could make for an interesting bathing experience.

9 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commenterkim.

I agree with anonymous. It's a shame to spoil the fantasy, but you would indeed the Mother Of All Bug Zappers hanging over your head to kill the mosquitos.

11 Nov 2007 | Unregistered CommenterBlandwagon

lol @ comments

12 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commenterk_b

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