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    Classy Bathrooms

    I have to admit the bathrooms in my place are plentiful but pretty squalid, one is just a toilet, another is a Thai bathroom which is pretty awfull and even my son wont shower in there, the other 2 are hot water euro sort of style but too small and pretty horrid.

    My best bathroom has a 1,000baht odd sink in it, but if you got 30 odd k spare you to can own a sink like this.



    Now that is real class.

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    Of course when it comes to baths you could splash out on a few thousand baht one and be the king of the castle so to speak, I mean thats the sort of thing most of us aspire to, But many have baths that cost more than our cars, now this bath/jacuzzi will fit 4 people quite easily, now wouldn't you like something like this


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    Of course in most palaces the guests don't get the luxury the owner gets, but I feel sure that most people wouldn't complain about having to use this one, Yes I know the sink only has cold water, but hell I feel sure you could make do.


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    Yes I know the sink only has cold water,
    It hasn't got any water!

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    ahhh, that was before we fitted the tap, thank you for pointing that out marmite *snarles angrily*

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    As I like to go for the best bathroom for the baht, what would a luxury toilet like this cost me? Would an installed sauna cost much more? I also like da use of exhaust fans, will this be a problem? Finally, I really like to minimize kleaning. Are these desires possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog


    How much roughly for this one Mr Doggy?

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    This bathroom complete, 3 or 400k baht, but this one was special, raised floors, 100k jacuzzi, double sink counter, etc etc etc.

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    i design and build bathrooms,amongst other things
    if anyone needs any help or advice let me know.

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    bathroom accessories

    Hi BPM,

    as for myself i make accessories for bathrooms in stainless steel, if you may need something or else if wou have a design to propose i could may be have the international distribution channel for it ( production as well ) ...
    Towel holders, bathroom sink supports, soap holders,towel storage towers...

    And i look to renovate a bathroom in my house, all out, take sizes and fit something nice in it, roughly 2.5 m x 1.9 meter... i checked out jacuzzis most of them exceed 1.85 m what could be problematic...

    I will sketch the flooring space to see if some one could have some ideas, i will take pics and post...

    seeya
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    i don't know if i am allowed to post pictures of some things i am currently working on?

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    Why wouldn't you be allowed to post pictures?

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    i dont know what the rules are

    it ok then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpm
    i dont know what the rules are

    it ok then?
    No piccys of nobs is about it.

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    wtf do you put pics into a reply?
    cant see any buttons for attachments

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpm
    wtf do you put pics into a reply?
    cant see any buttons for attachments
    There's a little tutorial about posting piccys.
    Perhaps a search..
    You need to go to gallery and create yourself a gallery then upload your pics.
    Then it easy to post them.

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    thanks

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    the quality isnt very good i will take some better photos tomorrow if anyone is interested

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    Once you've opened your picture in your gallery copy the location as you have then go to the thread, click on the little picture frame above, paste in the location and your pics are in the post

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    thanks poolcleaner

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    lifting necessary...

    here the pic of the place to be rearanged...

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    Maybe stick the toilet in the far right hand corner, then a jacuzzi along the left hand side wall backing up to the furthest away wall.

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