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I want this bathroom!

I was real estate stalking .... again, when I came across this great idea for a bathroom vanity. Find yourself an interesting deco dresser, remove the mirror (better still find one without - it will be so much cheaper), install the plumbing and then you'll have the perfect one off vanity for your very understated red bathroom. I've included a couple more photos just to give you a feel of the warehouse this bathroom is in. Unfortunately not enough fabulous photos to satisfy my curiosity. One question though. Why don't people clean before the real estate photos? The dirty marks on the doors are driving me crazy and the soap scum on the red tiles? It must go :)

Reader Comments (5)

I was considering a red bathroom yesterday, for my girl, it is a bit weird but still we like it (she is 8 years old)we have pasted the photo but anyway I will send it to you later.
Big hug and please go onwith your real state stalking

10 Oct 2008 | Unregistered Commenterkarina

Goodness that bathroom is very bold. The mirror has something written on it. What does it say? That is a neat idea for the vanity. Have a nice day! Daisy~

10 Oct 2008 | Unregistered Commenterpinkstilettos

do you have a link to that property on realestate.com.au?

10 Oct 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

I can't decide if I like the idea of living in a refurbished warehouse or not. Part of me loves the "green" aspect of recycling it for alternative use, but it seems like (at least in our part of the world) that the high metal ceilings would be drafty and hard to control the temperature to keep it comfy making it not so green from an energy perspective.

I do like the bathroom--especially NO SHOWER DOORS! talk about soap scum and hard water film... Perhaps I am trying to make my design desires too practical!

10 Oct 2008 | Unregistered CommenterOrnery's Wife

The mirror says "Today ... why not start living the life you imagined..."
A warehouse like this is fine in the subtropics. I lived in one for a while and it was lovely in summer and only just a little chilly in winter but temps never get below freezing here. I was the dust that drove me crazy :)
Karina the photo is so cool.

10 Oct 2008 | Unregistered Commentermidcenturyjo

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