George's Spacepad (Room #17) close window
 
 No George, that's not a glowing red mothership with a matching baby UFO in the distance, it's an illuminated chromatherapy bathtub and sink. Close the shimmering silver metallic curtains, turn out all the other lights, fill up the 45-gallon tub and enjoy a bathing experience that is literally INSANE (the TLC Network's words, not ours, they <a target='_new' class='external' href='https://vimeo.com/68627137'>filmed the suite for television</a>). And don't worry if anyone in the living room can see through the curtains. They can't.Jane went crazy charging furniture at the intra-galactical shopping mall and bought two big sofas, but she chose wisely when she decided to go practical and make one of them a sleeper. We can also bring in a space age air mattress which makes this one-bedroom suite habitable for up to five persons. George loves sipping space beer while watching either the TV in the bedroom or the living room.Try to refrain from spinning round and round in these chairs. They're made for dining and relaxation, not for amusement. Although, we can see why you might want to play with them, they're made on the planet Hedon - well known for its fun-loving peoples.The lighting fixture in the bedroom was made from an old satellite that used to orbit the earth at around the year 2007. Daughter Judy inspired the metallic wallpaper on the wall. The rest of the bedroom is white. Stark white. Calming white. Celestial white.Yes the bathroom is meant to be part of the living room, but do not worry families, a heavy curtain separates the two rooms for privacy. It's a bit like a stage. But then again, all the world is a stage. 
  No George, that's not a glowing red mothership with a matching baby UFO in the distance, it's an illuminated chromatherapy bathtub and sink. Close the shimmering silver metallic curtains, turn out all the other lights, fill up the 45-gallon tub and enjoy a bathing experience that is literally INSANE (the TLC Network's words, not ours, they filmed the suite for television). And don't worry if anyone in the living room can see through the curtains. They can't.   Instructions: click on the "back" or "next" buttons to scroll through the photo series.