A woman has shared her challenging “hellscape” of a bathroom renovation after revealing the room was a mere 33 inches wide—the width of a doorframe.
Amber Milne documented her interior transformation after buying her first apartment in Glasgow, Scotland.
Milne snapped up the 117-year-old flat and set about restoring it, while adding her own stamp on things.
She shared her progress to TikTok and Instagram as she sanded floors, painted walls and ripped up old carpet.
But it was the bathroom that gave her the most headaches, with the tiny space measuring less than three feet wide.
The dated suite, which featured black and beige tiles, had a boxed-in tub at the far end, a toilet with barely enough room for her legs while sitting, and a sink on the right-hand wall.
As well as grappling with the extremely thin room, she revealed it also had a bizarre set of steps running up it, making the remodel even more challenging.
She jokingly shared a post back in March as she begged for help from professionals, saying: “OPEN CALL: Are you a PLUMBER? Do you love to help the poor and MEEK of this world? Well do I have the opportunity for you!
“Please dear lord please help me fix this hellscape. A bathroom the width of a doorframe with at least three too many steps, this little baby is a puzzle only Mensa level minds have a hope of solving. Applicants should be able to listen to a very anxious 20-something wax lyrical about freestanding baths for hours on end. Plumbing…