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There’s a bit of a toilet-theme to this post, but try not to read into that…
Do you know what one of my biggest condo pet-peeve’s is?
Main-floor “powder rooms” that are so close to the living space that you’re almost afraid to use them.
Let me set the scene…
You’re having a dinner party with eight guests. You’re sitting at the dining room table, and one of your guests decides to use the washroom. Well, in this case, the washroom is 3 1/2 feet from the edge of the dining room table, and the toilet may as well be adjacent to the last seat at the table:
That’s far, far from private…
And below, we see one of the more bizarre “features” of a new condo.
A separate toilet, which, in reality, is just a really sad, lonely, dark closet to do one’s business:
Sticking with the bathroom theme for a moment, here is something I have NEVER seen before…
First, have a look at this marvelous bathtub:
What do you notice?
Or, better put, what do you not notice?
Where does the water come from, you ask?
Well, in perhaps one of the most innovative yet unnecessary features I’ve seen in quite a while, I show you: THE CEILING FAUCET:
And now we go from the bathroom, to the kitchen.
Or in this case, the kitchen…..on the terrace?
I have seen a lot of mini-fridges and wet-bars on outdoor spaces, but I’ve never seen an entire FRIDGE!
That’s a massive, hunking piece of equipment to have on your terrace! Is that necessary? Seriously? How many jars of pickles are in that thing? And the best part is – it makes ICE!
Lastly, I’d be remiss if I didn’t end on a good note.
A hot note.
A sexy note.
A hunky note.
There are a lot of stagers working in Toronto, but somewhere, some person decided to spice up this one house by using the following item:
That’s right. A hunky cowboy pillow!
The chest-definition is so realistic!
Brokeback house hunting, everybody!