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Why is this bathroom wall so rustic?

Posted October 20, 2018 07:04:59 It’s a small bathroom design in an industrial park in the city of Richmond, British Columbia.

The design was inspired by the rustic, industrial-style decor of a nearby industrial building, and its minimalist construction, which the designer describes as “a reflection of nature.”

The woodwork, however, is rustic and the space is in a state of disrepair.

The bathroom wall is painted in a rustic-style color, with bright yellow accents, and a small mirror and sink are placed above the sink.

The wall has a curved roof and is adorned with a large framed portrait of a small boy.

The small window behind the wall is also adorned with an American flag and a sticker that reads, “I love you.”

The artist says that the small space in the building was inspired to be an extension of the owner’s personal space.

“I thought, ‘It’s a little bit of a reflection of the world around me,'” the artist told CBC News.

“And so, this is a small space where I can just hang out and have a little space to think about, which is kind of what I’ve been doing.”

The bathroom is on the ground floor of a building with five other bathrooms, including a two-story, three-bathroom bathroom and a one-bedroom.

The artist, a resident of the city, said that he had originally intended to create a simple bathroom design, but that the city had been unable to fund a similar project.

“We’ve been told it can’t happen here, and I think it’s going to be difficult for the city to fund such a project,” he said.

The architect and the architect’s wife, who lives in Victoria, B.C., said they were initially inspired to create the bathroom after visiting a nearby home for a family that had recently moved in.

The couple said they saw the house for the first time after they purchased it, and decided to incorporate the small bathroom into their home.

“My husband, we were in a rush to get in, but we didn’t really know how to deal with it, so we ended up using the kitchen and my bedroom for storage and just living in there,” he told CBC.

“It’s just a great small space to just have a conversation with the other two or three kids.”

He said that while the bathroom is a reflection on the owner, he doesn’t want it to become a metaphor for a whole group of people.

“So many people are living in a bubble, and that’s not really what I want it, to be a metaphor of the entire world.

We need to be talking to everyone,” he added.

He said he is still in discussions with the city about funding the project, but hopes that it will eventually become a space for more people to come and see what he has created.

“This is not just a bathroom, it’s a space,” he explained.

“That’s why I thought, why not do something that’s a reflection and a reflection for the community?”

The artist is also working on a similar bathroom in Vancouver, Canada, which he says is more in line with the theme of the space.

The project will take about six months to complete, and the artist plans to display the bathroom on the city’s Main Street as part of a larger project.

The artworks will also be on display at the City of Vancouver and the National Gallery of Canada.