When pizza can be delivered through the bathroom window, there's a problem!
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Save my Bath
Host: From the clashing colors to the lousy layout to the voyeuristic view.
Susan: I see you.
Host: We’re going to close the window on this ugly bathroom for good.
With raw materials, labor and all those great products, the grand total for this makeover comes to about $29,000.
Michael: So guess what I can’t do anymore. None of that, that’s part of this bathroom. The peeper window is gone. No more awkward knocks at the wrong moment.
Susan: Exactly so tiny, tiny tiny window now.
Michael: Look at all this storages space where it used to be just an obscene window.
Susan: What do you think about this whole tub area?
Michael: I just love this glass material, I swear it’s marble. I mean it feels like marble, it looks like marble.
Susan: It’s a man made material.
Michael: It’s so smooth looking. Could you imagine if it was just square it wouldn’t be nearly as attractive as this cut, here’s a good quiz question when they come over. How many colors or shades of blue are there in this bathroom?
Susan: That’s true.
Michael: We should spend a day and figure it out.
Host: There’s literally eight different shades of blue in that space, we have the sink color, we have the many different colors of tile the clasp and I think that really makes this place really very unique.
Michael: I love this ultimate Microtel to contrast that and it really brings the blue and the green together and then of course you’ve got the beautiful.
Susan: The purplish color.
Michael: What do you call that the luminescence something?
Michael: Iridescent. Yeah so that’s it big college word and that like brings out the color of the micro tile.
Susan: True and you know what it also brings out the chrome in the two shower heads that we had. People two.
Michael: We went from zero outlets to 3 sets.
Michael: No more running the wires and creating electrical patterns.
Susan: Yeah no more of that.
Michael: There’s so much more space here.
Susan: Yeah I love it I mean the tactical wall right here is gone.
Michael: Is that a Chrysta move the wall.
Susan: No this is a Chrysta move.
Michael: Yeah. Okay. Let’s show here the sinks.
Susan: Yes. You like the shape of it.
Susan: Very good.
Michael: It’s very baby friendly since you’re older you get to pick which sink, the sink is terrific. Sophie loves it and it’s going to be wonderful when she and Cloey are sharing the sinks and both getting ready together. She’s already brushing her teeth, job well done.
Susan: This pattern is just fabulous. I mean you made our dreams come true.
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