The bathroom features a lace-like mosaic that creates the feel of a personal bathing grotto. Peterka and Endrijautzki designed and created the installation with tiles salvaged from a Dumpster. Tile work can be found accenting walls and backsplashes throughout the house.LL: What was your biggest design dilemma? JP: The fact that we had to revamp the bathroom plan, because the bathtub and toilet needed to be raised a foot to allow for proper drainage. Also, as inexperienced home designers, we forgot to consider ventilation in the back of the house. It can get quite stuffy in the summertime! Another difficult issue was our low budget, which slowed the process down, working from paycheck to paycheck.YE: I can't think of what was worse: the delay with the plumbing and not having any water for so long, or the part where we had to climb in through a window before we had a door, to get into the house. Not to mention, I had to carry in my old shepherd dog. Ahh... fun memories! Another thing: This house is from the early 1900s, so try and figure to build something that's level?