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Monday, August 6, 2012

Your thoughts please

David Allee for New York Magazine.

17 comments:

Interior Design Musings said...

The artwork, I adore. I love a galvanized tub (in fact posted today about one in a laundry room), but not sure I love them in the bathroom, especially the tub. Not feeling it. M.

Mrs BC said...

"Pondering a problem from all angles" just doesn't explain the horse trough bath or the .... handbasins? What, are they bobbing for apples? Guess they'll have good light for it.

mermaid gallery said...

If this the animal bath...I'm all for it...i love multiple dog images....but for People give me porcelain every time!

jtc said...

Bathroom at the Longbranch Saloon! Miss Kitty needed to check her hair from all angles, while Marshal Dillon had to watch his back.

Jessica said...

no.

Margaret said...

Narcissistic Naturalist.

Annie Smith said...

Mr. Ed, living in high style! Of course.

David said...

Stock tanks are only for swimming in grandma and grandpa's back yard when you're little (I know this first hand).

drollgirl said...

lol. sometimes i have to go to art fairs. i cannot stand art fairs, as everybody hangs everything in a most untidy fashion. i refer to art fairs as glorified swap meets. and for some reason this is giving me the same vibe!

Appletree said...

If it is inside a stable or barn then great. If that is someone's home, poor someone.

mrs. anderdaddy said...

All I can think of is how noisy it will be. No fabric to dampen the sound of the squeaking faucet handles, and the loud splashing of the water on the tubs. Also I cannot stand the way galvanized metal feels. Eeeesh.

PP@pimpmybricks.wordpress.com said...

Me, I don't have a huge problem with the bath or even the basins (which shave the line between quirky and plain silly by ...oh...about a millimetre). I just wish everyone'd get over this obsession with having millions of damned mirrors on their walls. One reflection is quite enough, thank you very much!
PP@pimpmybricks.wordpress.com

xoxo said...

The tub and sinks are awful enough but I can't imagine what they used for toilet.

ChrisToronto said...

Margaret said it best.

Suzanne said...

I'm from farm country. Let me say that the emperor has no clothes.

Mother Jones RN said...

Sorry, I'm not bathing in a freakin' hog trough. Who thinks this stuff up?

SHERRY HART said...

Well...I can afford the sinks and tub. But probably not the home they are in.