Loo next to your bed?

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by The Y-man, 25th Mar, 2017.

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  1. The Y-man

    The Y-man Moderator Staff Member

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    I've heard of open plan living but open plan shi$$ing this is a step too far!!
     
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    There's a demountable/sliding door across the entire room. WTF? it's not like it creates extra space.

    Turn the we 90 degrees and build a wall with a cavity slider.
     
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    Oh dear no!
     
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    Might as well be a public toilet partition.... :D

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    Bit of odd thinking there
    Handy when ya get old with a weak bladder & have to get up half asleep during the night.

    Partner might get annoyed being woken up by the sounds of thunder.

    May come close, but perhaps not as bad as a Dutch oven.
     
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    No no no
     
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    Shocker! Nice house otherwise!!
    It was the first internal house photo too, that's when you should be drawing in people's (positive) attention... :eek::confused:
     
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    Rather than installing bifold doors they could have installed a stud wall with a real door for less work and less labour! What were they thinking? Would work well for a disabled person but again I'm sure they don't want their room smelling like poo!
     
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    ROFL....... not a single separate WC in a million dollar home..... really? What a joke.
     
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    Don't like it one bit.

    I also don't like those toilet bowls where the water sprays up at your nether regions.

    A work colleague had this weird set up of two toilet bowls in the bathroom and I noticed the "spray bowl" doesn't flush too well (or maybe it can't handle the "output" of a big night out lol).

    Ever since then my co worker gives me the strangest look whenever we meet.
     
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    The more luxurious version has a minion who cleanses, scrubs and massages.
     
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    I think it's time for one of the loose bowel jokes!
     
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    Wow. I bet it's called La French Maid

    lol
     
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    You English Pig!

    It is "Le French Maid" ;)
     
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    You guys are just all a bit prudish. Sharing is caring remember!
    I think the bedloo arrangement is just a step above the weeshare arrangement which I came accros in my travels.

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    Having a toilet adjacent my bed is my number 1 requirement
     
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    Because being able to do your business while looking at your entertaining area is a plus. Handy when you have unwanted guests as well, just open the door and let them peek while you do some business.
     
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    I've been to a house where there were two toilets side by side (not toilet and bidoit, actually 2 toilets). No split between them, nothing. I took a photo on my old phone will have to try find it. Not quite as bad as the OP's posted link tho LOL