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  • Kate Williams

    Old elevator shaft, glass floor bathroom 33 Amazing Ideas That Will Make Your House Awesome | Bored Panda

  • Dom i Ogród

    SCARY!!! #bathroom #design #interior #amazing #bath #water #sophisticated #beautiful #idea

  • Toni Brown

    Craziest bathroom ever: It has a glass floor looking down an elevator shaft. Someone posted this picture to advertise the bathroom vanity. But forget the vanity -- look at that floor!

  • The Owner-Builder Network

    How's this for a "long drop" toilet? Built over an unused elevator shaft in a penthouse apartment, this "powder room" comes complete with a view of the 15 floor drop below thanks to the glass floor. Check out collection of bathroom inspiration in our “Bathroom Ideas” album on our site at Feeling nervous?

  • Estina Francis

    This is bound to make you go to the potty involuntarily! lol :: Designer Hernandez Silva had other ideas. Located inside a penthouse in Guadalajara, Mexico, the scariest bathroom in the world sits atop a 15 story elevator shaft and features a glass floor to ensure your constant terror! Interiors | Tumblr

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