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I like the pedestal tub itself even though it’s pastel but don’t care for the accent pieces. Not sure if they’re orange?

 

 

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 l like it!  Very fun and happy looking.

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My first home was built in 1958. Complete with a pink bathroom. Pink tiles, pink toilet, pink bathtub... We made it work though. Just saw photos of that house up for sale and the owners still had that pink bathroom. Yuck.

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OMG  we had a tub just like that when I was a kid. No shower curtain though. I love the old deep soaking tubs like this. I wonder if I could get out of it at my age????? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 

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I like the tub and accessories, but not the shower curtain.

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I have a mauve tub from the 80s.  eeek! never again,  White fixtures only. Paint and towels for color.

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I like it.  I can do without the orange, but it's a nice look.

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In our first house built in 1958--we bought it in 1979--there was a pink and gray bathroom.  Couldn't get rid of it fast enough.  And a footed tub--no thanks!

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Not for me!

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