That's how I feel looking at these bathrooms. Green with envy. And maybe blue with confusion. I'm obsessed with all these bathrooms, but I'm still slightly confused as to whether they are the right style for our flat.
On the white tile (99% sure this will be a subway tile) there is no question.
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It would be so easy if there was something good about our bathroom that we could keep. Anything. But unfortunately it is a late 90's wasteland of ugly kidney shaped bath, crooked beige tiles and cheap tiny wobbly sink.
We are also faced with a conundrum: to bath or not to bath. No, not literally. But whether to have a full size bath or just a shower cubicle. I prefer cubicle but there's this myth that when people are househunting they will look at a bathroom with only a shower and think 'oh, I just don't see how I could relax after work with candles and a magazine in that shower'. Even though they probably haven't had a bath in years and wouldn't have time to use it anyway. To add insult to this myth, in England they will actually advertise your flat as having a 'shower room'. I think we'll have to keep the bath just to avoid turning potential buyers away before they've even seen it. I hope the same is not true of overhead kitchen cabinets.
Which means I can pretty much kiss this cedar shower floor goodbye:
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