Hee! I like this example of re-purposing.
Is that why I've got stuff growing in the tub?
Hey, that is a pretty good idea...it has a drain hole and everything.
That wouldn't happen to me -- I use the shower!
A very green way to recycle an outmoded tub. Well done.
Reduce, reuse, recycle...guess the owners really took this to heart!
I love it. I've planted in all sorts of things before.
Ha. Great find.
Is it the main decoration of the yard? Or more WC stuff is around?Because the idea is great. But only in appropriate surroundings.
I guess I'll have to bring my ivy indoors....this ivy looks beautiful. I guess I could shower over it.
Very clever but we use old tubs for horse waterers. MB
I really like that!
Very cool! :-)
The tub made me smile, but I think those vines are just gorgeous!
Hope the ivy sticks to the outside tooto hide the rust!!So you are taking showers now!!!
Ha! They have thought of a good use for that old tub. The plant seems to be happy there.
You are simply going to have to clean it more often.
Rings are one thing but seriously that is scary ..
Photographers tend to let things around the house "go"! HAV
I don't clean my bathtub too well, but it doesn't look as good as this - I'll have to stop completely.Love the outdoor dining below - what a pretty building.
Great catch! I hope nothing is hiding there...
Now if that isn't green recycling...
Great idea! An ecological and economic furniture!
Do you promise if I stop scrubbing, the bathtub will turn out this well?
I liked a lot, it's conceptual, really modern! :)HugsLéia
This reminds me of a scene from Texas. I was always amazed at the number of 'bathtub planters' I would see there.
Hey! It's one way to recycle. :) I wonder if it's considered "yard art."
This is beautiful !!
LOL, great title.I love the texture blends in this and the vibrant green within. Love the rust.
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