Originally Posted by choli
Do you remember those old Village apartments with the bathtubs in the kitchen? An ex of mine had one of those...Not middle class enough for some I guess
I don't think a bathtub in the kitchen would be considered a "middle class" apartment. But if we'd had a kitchen bathtub in this place, I'd have kept it!
It would be the ideal chilling station for drinks at parties, perfect for bathing little kids, could make an awesome planter for kitchen herbs....
Alas, the building is old, but it was a factory until the 1970s, so the apartment fixtures were all 70s era "convert to apartments on the cheap" stuff. We did, however, keep the built in laundry hamper in the bathroom that utilizes the space inside the wall. The architect friend who drew up plans was like "really? you want to keep that? we'll have to do a different path with the stairway lights..." and I said I was keeping my built-in hamper! (If we had room in the bathroom, I would have added 2 more, bc 1 small hamper is not really enough for a family of four, and doing one hamper for each "lights, darks, reds" would totally make me
I know, I'm weird.
I would also looooooove to have a "dumb waiter" even though we have just 2 floors. Save carrying the baskets o' toys and books and stuff up and down. Or one of those vacuum tube things that drive through banks use. My brother and I really wanted to put one in our house as children so we could send messages to one another through it.