John C Daley wrote:Aaron, is it normal to have a power outlet next to the wash basin?
I am thinking about possible electrocusion with the water around.
It was in a bathroom, but so that the bathroom had more space for other bathroom activities, it was situated beside the small staircase to the loft. The "drawer toilet" slid in under the stair when not in use, leaving more space at the sink, and slid out for use.
denise ra wrote:Jay Angler, if the toilet doesn't have its own room then nobody will be able to use it when there's company at the house. Probably I should build a pit toilet for planting trees in for visitors to use. I wonder how far that needs to be from my deep well?
denise ra wrote:Aaron Yarbrough, Would you have any qualms about having a bathtub for soaking in the same room with the toilet? Or would you ideally separate them?
denise ra wrote:I just really want to have a bathtub! Soaks are my luxury. I guess I could figure out how to do it outside. But then that lets out 20 mph wind days, winter, days when the gas guy's going to drive down the road, worrying about snakes sneaking up behind me...