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Yes, that sink is the AFTER. HERE.
Novel sinks are a bit like children in that they're better appreciated in someone else's home (or hotel lobby.)However misplaced in a mundane setting this hunk of green glass is borderline ugly/mesmerizing, so high marks for that, I suppose. And thanks for holding back on the gear-shift orbital faucet with the disks of green-tinted safety glass: it's important to know when to stop.At least it's first impression is not that someone was setting out a very large serving bowl of pasta and got sidelined, leaving it to sit on the guest toilet counter.
Spotlit against a black matte stone slab in the toilets of the Museum of Aztec Masks, this sink could have been a showstopper convenience.http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01483/aztec-mask2_1483081i.jpg
oh my. please make it go away.
I always thought that I had great taste--after seeing that bathroom, I'm not so sure.
And the pull-out kitchen faucet will be handy if the next owner ever finds themselves rinsing vegetables in the bathroom.
My mother made that, out of lime Jello.
Reminds me of an apple Jolly Rancher mid-suck.
This sink makes any bathroom look young.
I think it could have been saved if they had just left the sink to do the the "talking". It was all the hideous accoutrements that tossed this bugger into hideous, the mismatched tiles, the benchtop and the triffid looking tap.
that sink would be the very reason why i would NOT buy the house!
Inspriration was taken from one of the special rooms in the ancient Roman village of Pompei. The vomitorium. Perhaps they have a bullimic daughter?
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