If you can’t get privacy in a bathroom stall, then where can you get it? Sure, there are plenty of stalls out there that unfortunately have little cracks and gaps that are just a part of its engineering. But we don’t think we have ever seen an intentionally built hole quite like this one.
If you look directly into it, you can see the other side of the wall and into the stall next door. What’s stopping you from sticking your hand too deep into the hole and connecting with an absolute stranger? This is an absolute recipe for disaster!
Everything On Display
Some people get way too creative for their own good when it comes to fixing up their homes. Sure, you might live in a place that's a little smaller than you'd hope for. So you start to think outside the box a little. So you decide to build a special indoor balcony that is essentially a tiny bathroom.
But you ignore the fact that bathing is usually a private matter. This bathroom is on display for everyone to see. We sure hope this little room has some curtains or something to cover up the mess. Top marks for innovation though.
We Can Still See You
When it comes to surfaces, there are essentially three types. There are opaque ones, which basically means that they're completely solid and you can't see what's behind it. There are transparent ones, which are basically like windows, which are designed to be seen through.
Then there are translucent surfaces, which are not as clear as transparent ones but are cloudy enough to obscure whatever it's covering. The door to this bathroom stall counts as translucent. And let's face it, it shouldn't be. Bathroom doors of all kinds, unless it's for a shower, should always be opaque, and that's the bottom line.
It's a Bit Tight
Sure, many bathrooms have toilets and showers in them. Usually, though, they are at least separated by some kind of partition. As you can see here, there is absolutely nothing separating the shower from the toilet, apart from some steps. But that's not even the biggest fail in this photo.
Clearly, the designer didn't take into account that people of many different shapes and sizes might need to use the bathroom. And yet, the "room," if you can even call it that, is so narrow that you can very easily put one hand on each wall. We're not going to lie, we do like the marble though.
I Need Some (More) Space!
We all aspire to be economical with our space, depending on our living arrangements. We want to cram as much stuff as possible into our humble abode. But sometimes, the room simply isn't big enough for the amount of stuff you need in it. This bathroom is so small that basically all of it can be seen in the photo.
You can just about sit on the toilet, and the two sinks are stacked on top of each other. It almost looks as if the room doesn't even have a door, and that in order to exit, you need to climb out of it.