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Browsing Rightmove I came across this bizarre piece of interior design.

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http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sa...y-19846079.html

I suppose living permanently in a boutique hotel room might appeal to some people...

Baths ok, its the pan at the bottom of the bed I'd have problem with

Reminds me of a Sex In THe City episode called 'Open door dump'

Edited by sleepless

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Isn't that illegal? Aren't there are laws about the proximity of baths to electrical switches and appliances? That fan/lamp/whatever at the head of the bed could end up in the bath accidentally/on purpose! And why the f is the bed in the bathroom anyway?

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maybe kirstie allsopp got in and knocked down the wall seperating the bathroom and the master bedroom?

500k for a 1 bed flat? TIS MADNESS ; no picture of outside? very suspicious!

Edited by Ruffneck

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maybe kirstie allsopp got in and knocked down the wall seperating the bathroom and the master bedroom?

500k for a 1 bed flat? TIS MADNESS

After lying on the floor the better to "envisage" the space. She is welcome to come and lie on my floor any time as it would make it easier to stamp on her head.

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Reminds me of the Grand Designs Episode where the bath was under the bed and the toilet/bedroom had a glass door and glass walls so you could see from the kitchen!

http://www.jugglefrogs.co.uk/Blog/Building-Dream-House.aspx

Roll out of bed into the bath....

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Cant find a pic of the glass walled ensuite toilet with integrated shower with no door into the bedroom :(

Edited by moosetea

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Reminds me of the Grand Designs Episode where the bath was under the bed and the toilet/bedroom had a glass door and glass walls so you could see from the kitchen!

http://www.jugglefrogs.co.uk/Blog/Building-Dream-House.aspx

Roll out of bed into the bath....

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Cant find a pic of the glass walled toilet :(

At least you could keep an eye on your cooking whilst on the shitter.

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Reminds me of the Grand Designs Episode where the bath was under the bed and the toilet/bedroom had a glass door and glass walls so you could see from the kitchen!

http://www.jugglefrogs.co.uk/Blog/Building-Dream-House.aspx

Roll out of bed into the bath....

a477c425-6b99-4a57-b4f1-fed9ee6159fa.jpg

Cant find a pic of the glass walled ensuite toilet with integrated shower with no door into the bedroom :(

What an inspiration!

I can end those one night stands 'awkward morning after' moments .

A simple push, or quiet 'roll off the damp patch dear' into a Dr Crippen acid bath is all it takes.

:rolleyes:

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What an inspiration!

I can end those one night stands 'awkward morning after' moments .

A simple push, or quiet 'roll off the damp patch dear' into a Dr Crippen acid bath is all it takes.

:rolleyes:

Thought the new thinking is that Crippen was stictched up by the filth.

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Im sorry but the last few posts on this thread have had me in stitches. maybe a good idea is to have a glass crapper , with see thru pipes , so from the dining room kirsty and co can see thru the glass ceiling , when another guest is pinching a loaf. grand designs me up.

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At least the crapper isn't in the bedroom.

Theoretically, you don't NEED separate rooms for things.

GB could hit his housing density target if all new flats/house had 1 room, for sleeping/eating/cooking/pooing/bathing

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Im sorry but the last few posts on this thread have had me in stitches. maybe a good idea is to have a glass crapper , with see thru pipes , so from the dining room kirsty and co can see thru the glass ceiling , when another guest is pinching a loaf. grand designs me up.

You are behind the times; transparent soil pipes have been available for some time. We used to have the catalogue in the office for amusement purposes, but I never actually specified the product.

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Thought the new thinking is that Crippen was stictched up by the filth.

I don't know. If so, someone needs to update wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawley_Harvey_Crippen

If it doesn't work, plan B is the chair or other methods from Dr Who 'Terror of the Autons' ;)

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=sKXeiYbZQO8

Edited by Saving For a Space Ship

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Theoretically, you don't NEED separate rooms for things.

GB could hit his housing density target if all new flats/house had 1 room, for sleeping/eating/cooking/pooing/bathing

I think you are legally required to have 2 doors between a kitchen and a toilet....

EDITED: Just checked you only need 1

http://www.houseweb.co.uk/house/forum/Foru...TML/000032.html

However I think MOST people would refuse to buy a house/flat with 1 door between a cooker and a toilet...

Edited by moosetea

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I think you are legally required to have 2 doors between a kitchen and a toilet....

Not any more; they changed the rules, but you have to have an extractor fan. Having said that, noone who lived with my OH would dream of that arrangement; I would like a WC at the end of the garden.

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Browsing Rightmove I came across this bizarre piece of interior design.

15948_SS_chpk0342031_IMG_12_0000.jpg

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sa...y-19846079.html

I suppose living permanently in a boutique hotel room might appeal to some people...

Property Bee says:

17 September 2008 12:13:19 * Price changed: from '£575,000' to '£499,950' [Found by JPJP]

:blink:

It's quite good square footage for a 1 bed flat, don't see why they didn't add a bathroom?

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It's quite good square footage for a 1 bed flat, don't see why they didn't add a bathroom?

assuming that someone put that in for there own enjoyment/use prior to sale i suspect an OCD disorder or a bathtime fetish.... ;)

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You are behind the times; transparent soil pipes have been available for some time. We used to have the catalogue in the office for amusement purposes, but I never actually specified the product.

NOooooooooooooooooo!

Gawd that'd keep Gilliam Mckeith happy.

But bath in bedrooms. Have seen on a beeny like that or was it a Kev. not the under the bed one though - one in the room and just though thats insane.

Oh there was a big copper bath in a bedroom too I think.

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LOL whoever thought this up simply has no concept of damp or condensation. I seriously don't believe they can have ever experienced it. Getting into that bed after the bath had been used would feel like putting on clothing that hadn't dried properly, and eventually you'd get problems with mildew etc. Not bad for half a million! Idiots.

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