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Beds in the kitchen? How about a portable bathroom? –CNN

farmhouse bathrooms ideas,Portable bathroom ideas The last time I tried to build a portable shower for my family, it took three attempts and ended up in a closet.

I knew I needed something more durable, so I decided to go the easy route.

“I built a portable water heater from scrap metal and used the bathroom sink as a sink.

I attached a large metal grate to the bottom of the shower and hung it from a tree branch,” said Lauren.

When I got home and had a look at the kitchen sink, I realized that it didn’t fit.

It wasn’t big enough.

So I figured I would build a bathroom in it.

I bought a few cheap plastic tubs from Home Depot, then cut them to the size I needed.

Once I got the bathroom up and running, I had no problem using it.

It is a little difficult to get the water running through a bathroom because of the size of the tubs, but it was actually much easier than I thought it would be.

This photo shows the kitchen sinks in use, so it is easy to see the tub-like structure underneath.

Lauren explained that the tub structure was made of recycled materials.

I used a small piece of wire to attach a hook to the end of the toilet bowl and to hang it over the water heater.

Next I started to attach the sink to the toilet.

I used wire ties and duct tape to attach it to the side of the sink, so that the water didn’t pool in the tub.

Then I attached the sink itself to the tub using duct tape.

Lauren said the only thing she had to do to it was to remove the hook and tape it down.

She had to figure out how to attach everything so that everything would fit.

The water heater, which is attached to the sink with a small wire, was attached to a light switch in the corner of the bathroom.

After that, I put the bathroom back together, adding a small table top, a kitchen cabinet, and a couple of chairs.

It took about two hours.

You might think that having a portable toilet in your home would be a nightmare, but you should definitely try it.

You can get a couple for under $50 online, and you can find a portable kitchen sink for about $25 at a Home Depot.

The toilet itself has a water tank and sink on top.

Lauren and her husband, David, who is an electrician, built the portable toilet.

They say that it is about a third the weight of the one they had to build for the water shower, and it can be moved around a lot.

I also love that it has a large shower head that you can attach to the back.

If you have any questions about portable bathrooms, let me know in the comments.