This scene actually started a few months ago during a casual trip to Crate & Barrel. They had a display of acacia bowls that are intended to serve appetizers or small snacks...err wait---is that the same thing? Hmm--bygones! Anyway, I chose the one above because it had the most flaws and I thought it could pull off the look of a natural and weathered wood tub. I wasn't completely sure how I was going to display it but took it home, gave it a very light polish, drilled a few holes in the vessel and attached a fixture. After that, it just sat on my desk for weeks and weeks without any real purpose. Fast forward to my purchase of a M112 Pod version 2.0 and the discovery of the Reutter Porzellan outdoor shower and you've got yourself a recipe for what you see above.
About that Reutter outdoor shower...It's much better than I had anticipated. I think it could easily be spray painted or even carefully disassembled to put the shower head on another base or to create a shower over tub. I like the back brush and loofah accessories that come with the shower, but I quickly ditched the "this-is-ugly" stool with the glued on towel and duck = Quack! And, true confession time, the "Adult Collectable" stickers on the outside of the Reutter Porzellan boxes make me feel a little...well...uncomfortable...
The Goods: Acacia tub is Crate & Barrel with an ELF Miniatures fixture (installed in reverse); natural wood edge vanity and floor mirror are PRD; sink bowls are DHE; showers are Reutter Porzellan; all accessories are Voila Toys, Playmobil, Reutter Porzellan, Mattel, MOMA and ebay and hobby store finds.