I have 4 of these in my house.
Yes, 4 toilets.
Three full baths and one half bath.
I believe I have an embarrassing abundance of toilets.
This little toilet above is sitting in my eat-in kitchen. Didn't you always want an eat-in, poop-in kitchen??
This little toilet should be in my half bathroom on the first floor - but because we are replacing the bathroom floor, the toilet had to be removed from the plumbing and put somewhere else while the work was being done. It now sits where all my guests can see it!
This second little toilet is sitting in my bathroom tub. I guess that is an improvement over the kitchen because I could always do my business on it and at least it wouldn't leak out onto the floor!
The third little toilet in the second full bathroom looks just like this one. I won't bore you with that picture.
So for anyone who is counting, we have exactly one functioning toilet and it is located in the basement (my third full bathroom is there.)
I guess this is an improvement over going outside to an outhouse to do the deed, but our bedroom is located on the top floor and our one functioning toilet is located 2 floors down. My husband and I are both 66 and cannot be too far from the bathroom for those random visits in the middle of the night. You old fogies out there get my drift, I am sure.
So my dear husband and I are sleeping on our pull out couch that is only one floor removed from the one functioning toilet! Our bladders are happier about this, but our backs are less than thrilled.
All of this inconvenience is because my 28 year old tile floor was broken and ugly and it needed to go!!! So without thinking about the ramifications of doing 3 bathrooms all at once, we scheduled the work. The picture above shows the tile - minus the grout. Tomorrow, they say they will finish the job.
I can't even just close the bathroom doors and pretend everything is normal ... because the bathroom doors have been removed and are propped up in my dust filled third floor. (Did I tell you just how dusty ceramic tile instillation can be? I don't think my allergies will let me sleep up there until I do a complete cleaning.) My back may be happier in my own bed, but my sinuses will create a major conflict of enormous proportions if I try to sleep upstairs right now.
My bladder, my back, my sinuses ... all so that I can have new bathroom floors.
I suffer so!