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Erin’s post the other day about her quirky kitchen faucet has had me looking at plumbing fixtures a whole new way.

black wall bathroom

Photo: Ashley Tonner

A soaking tub on such a grand scale as this one could not possibly have a wimpy little faucet, now could it? Yet, the industrial-sized fixture manages to be sleek and unobtrusive in this modern space. If I had a bathroom as spa-like as this one, I might find it hard to make it out the door every day.

4 Responses

  1. kristin hutchison says:

    This is amazing!!!

  2. pixelecho69 says:

    This could be the best bath ever ! love it ! wish I had a bathroom and a bathtub like that.

  3. Deanna F. Conner says:

    This comment is regarding the 2011 dreamhouse artwork. Slapping two three of the same boring artwork on the walls takes absolutely no imagination regardless of how expensive the art is. I call it "Socialistic" decorating and it seems to be the way of the world today. Where's the real creativity? For a refreshing change come see my eclectic home in Scottsdale Az.

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