This is a recipe for happiness:
1. A Towel Warmer
I’ve always wanted one of these towel warmers. That just sounds like a really luxurious thing to hop out of the shower or tub and have a nice warm fluffy towel. (please don’t let my use of the word fluffy mislead you in any way, I limit such usage to very unique situations)
2. A Big, Old, Clawfoot Tub
An authentic clawfoot tub from way back when they made them solid and to last forever would be so cool. If I could have one of the rare versions more than 6′ long I’d be even happier. It drives me nuts when there is no way to get my body and water both in the same tub. I’m no size 5. (This post is just going downhill fast)
3. Make it All French
I’m from Florida, so the native language here is Spanish. Here, the sign would say “El Bano” (… or is it La Bana) But I think the whole thing situated in a nice Chateau on the French Countryside sounds nice. Then the sign that says “Le Bain” would fit right in. Wii? (That is le joke about le video game, in case you didn’t le get it)
Bonne journée ! – RG
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Article by Tim Layton
Tim Layton, aka Remodeling Guy, worked his first full week on a construction site at age 11. Learning the ropes from his grandfather, he became a licensed contractor in Florida at age 19, which remained his profession for twenty years.
Tim got involved in blogging in 2009 and now focuses much of his energy on encouraging and inspiring people to dream big remodeling dreams here at RemodelingGuy.net, and as a writer for various publications in both online and traditional media.
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