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A reader mentioned in my bathroom post that I hadn’t shown a pic of my bathroom floor for input. And she’s right. For all the world to see, this is what lies under the bathmat as we get out of the shower.

No, it’s not dirty. It looks like this when it’s clean. That dark spot? That’s a nail that’s come up through the linoleum. There is also an assortment of rust and paint spots (ok, that was probably due to painting the ceiling) on the floor as well. Luxurious, don’t you think?

And did you notice? There is wooden quarter round between the tub and floor. These builders were a bunch of smarties. The smell of wood rot is just the thing I need to feel refreshed. Maybe I could put some wet sneakers in here too… to liven things up.

What I can’t help but wonder is, how could anyone have ever found this to be attractive? At what point was dirt a good color for a bathroom?

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  1. Doesn't that drive you CRAZY???? I suppose that's why the term “remuddle” was created…for all of our predecessor's projects that we have to rip back out.