British couple Graham Peck and Tracy Woodhouse have moved into a revamped Victorian toilet that was open in the 1900s. The pair had always thought that this historic public restroom would be a great place to live and snapped up the lease as soon it became available.
Graham Peck and Tracy Woodhouse have spent $53, 000 to transform the men’s room into their lounge and the ladies' room into their bedroom while still managing to keep the original design and charm of the building. They reinvented their toilet home so well that they have even received three offers!
Living in Lavatories
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Public Toilet Competitions
Washroom Sex Marketing
"Best Toilet" Awards
Couple Weds in Public Restroom
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