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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

I have a large tub now and never use it.  Can't get in and out of if.  Always take a seperate shower for me.  I do use a smaller tub for soaking my feet, feels so comfy when I'm done.  Thanks for the post.  Also the rug needs to be with a mat uner it so you don't fall when getting out of tub.  Can you tell I'm old??  

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

That is a bit much. 

 

I have a large tub like that in my side yard that I use as a planter...

would I want one in my home, NO.

 

Rustic is fine.

But, a normal tub is well ... normal.

 

Sometimes, I just don’t get why

people feel the need not to do just normal and take things to extremes.

 

 

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

It looks like Petticoat Junction.

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

I live in a converted barn and that bath would totally fit in here. But I prefer an easier shower to enter. I would consider this bath......we have a claw foot tub in our other bath so rustic works for me. Thanks for sharing @lolakimono 

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

Love it! Would I want it in my own home? No.

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

It looks good in that setting

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

I wouldn't want it, but I really do like it. 

 

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?


@SXMGirl wrote:

@lolakimono  Not for me.  I like the flooring, but I don't think hardwoods are appropriate for a bath, and I do like the color on the walls.  Other than those, it is a no for me.



We were talking to my Brother-in-law. He just had a new house built. And he said that they are having to constantly deal with cleaning the hardwood floors. That any thing that is spilled or tracked on the wood leaves a mark unless cleaned up immediately. They are so tired of cleaning them.

 

Their old house was wall to wall carpet and tile floors.

 

I can't imagine what you would be dealing with having hard wood floors in a bathroom.

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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

No, I wasn't born in one and I don't want to take a bath in one.


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Re: Were You Born in a Barn?

No, thanks.