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Pretty sure that`s in a nursing home.
And to Lionhart: I bow to you, sir. Awesome shoppage!
Oh look, the other grandparents turned up too.
As for flush on the left/right... who cares? I thought you could specify. Ours is on the top, lol.
Google Image Search, "toilet cistern". Haven`t found one on the left yet, most sites are USAian. I do believe you`re thinking today is Opposite Day.
So, if you`re from somewhere outside the USA, all USA toilets have the flush handles on the right hand side?
The bathroom was modified for a disabled person,large door for a wheelchair to fit through hand rail on the side, carpeting so no one slips, and close to the living room for quick access.
Pretty much every single one I`ve ever seen. Most people are right-handed, stand up, turn around and flush, so putting them on the left would be fairly silly.
Just did Google image search, mostly right-hand.
My point here is that its totally possible the living room can have an attached bathroom, stop freaking out people.
My toilet has the handle on the right. Perhaps they`re all on the left where you`re from, who knows. But there`s nothing in that picture that says it was taken where you`re from.
It does look like a shop, though.
I agree. Who designed that house...doesn`t make any sense whatsoever...WAIT! No I get it! It`s designed for her specifically! Look at how there`s a handrail next to it for her to help herself off. Easier access for her I hink.