Do you ever think about the bathroom? I mean, we get up in the morning, brush our teeth, jump in the shower and we’re good to go. At least, that’s my routine. Otherwise, I never give the bathroom a thought … it’s the one room in the house that’s unthinkable.
This morning I saw an article that completely turned me around. There were images of bathrooms of the future and photos of some impressive baths that are available now.
With Aquavision you can soak in the tub while watching a water proof TV. It can be installed in different positions.
Visomatic’s media center lets you access TV and the Internet. The screen is available in different sizes.
ProSun’s SunShower has 400 watts attached to a double UV filter so you can get a perfect tan. Kohler VibrAcoustic Bathtub design is pre-set. The music and color can be changed, which light up the tub.
After looking at these I thought, wait a minute, our master bath isn’t too shabby. Have a look:
Our Whirlpool tub has 6 powerful jets to sooth those tired muscles and ease an aching back. There is a niche for my 5 drawer, solid wood vanity with padded stool.
We can prop a towel behind our head and watch a favorite team or a Lifetime movie on cable TV.
This is a great set-up for two; never get in each others way. Plenty of room for our things.
I never realized how much time I have spent in this room. The sink on the right is my husband’s. I have spent many moments sitting on the top step of the tub talking with Dave while he shaves. We have mapped out plans for the future; the kids’ wedding; our retirement.
This bathroom has really changed since granddaughter Brittany came into our lives. She is here every other week end, sometimes more. See those tubby toys in the bucket? They’re always there now and fill the tub, sounds of laughter echo off the walls.
Brittany’s star glass, toothpaste and brush are over by my sink; her little stool down below. Sometime, we play hairstylist in here. Even if we used the smaller bathroom, wouldn’t matter. It’s the memories we’re building that count.
BTW, our bathroom is 22 years old.
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