'Home Town' Fans Are Seriously Confused After Erin Napier Shares Rare Photos Of Her Bathroom

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Erin Napier's fans can't get enough of her renovated Mississippi farmhouse, and luckily the Home Town star is happy to share all the details from her new home.

Erin and her husband, Ben, proud residents of Laurel, Mississippi, recently bought a country house for their growing family. The 1930s Tudor got a complete renovation, and Erin added her trademark style while staying true to the home's roots. The result is a breathtaking farmhouse, and fans got an in-depth look at the new home in a special hour-long episode of Home Town (watch it on Discovery+).

Erin recently revealed on Instagram that the living room that didn't make the episode because it didn't require a renovation. Yet she did share photos on the 'gram to ease fans' curiosity. Now, she's giving us a glimpse at another beautiful room we haven't seen much of: her master bath. And it is filled with gorgeous details.

Erin wrote, "One room that I haven’t shared much of from the farm, but I love it SO much: our bathroom." She explained that the room's design was inspired by the historic Wakulla Springs Lodge in Florida. Thousands of fans liked the post, and hundreds more left comments calling the space "stunning," "dreamy," and "a thing of beauty."

But several fans had one burning question for Erin: "How do you climb in? It's so tall." Another asked, "how does one get in and out of that tub?" Now, it's certainly not a problem for Ben, who is 6'6" tall, but it's a valid question for other members of the family. As you'd expect, some fans gave their opinions. One commented, "I bet there's a foot stool involved," and others agreed, "There has to be." That seems like a plausible solution, and even though Erin didn't chime in with an answer to this design question, we'll consider the mystery solved.

New episodes of Home Town air on HGTV on Sundays at 8 EST/7 CST. Catch up on Discovery+.

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