It’s a basic idea, but one that could be easily modified to make the bathroom look just as good as its modern counterparts.

A new design class from the University of Colorado at Boulder, “Interior Design for Bathrooms,” aims to provide the same kind of aesthetic for bathrooms as it does for the kitchen.

The class, which is designed to help architects and interior designers learn how to make their own toilet papers, will be offered this month in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins.

The class will be led by Lauren St. John, an associate professor of architecture at CU Boulder and an award-winning toilet-paper maker.

St. John says she and her students have been studying how bathrooms work for a while, but that the current design paradigm has a lot of inherent issues, such as the tendency to create a “wall” of glass, making it difficult to see the finished product.

St. Johns team decided to look into the way toilet paper was made, which they’ve been exploring with a focus on how it was made.

The team found that some of the key ingredients needed for toilet paper are: paper, bleach, a lotion and soap.

St John explains that some ingredients such as bleach, for instance, can be found in bleach tablets, but are not used in toilet paper.

St Johns team also found that the soap used in the soap itself can contain a lot more harmful chemicals than those found in toilet tissues.

St John says the team decided that to create the toilet paper, they would need to create more than just paper.

Toilet paper could be used to create some of those elements, including a layer of glue and other elements.

The final product will look more like a toilet paper toilet paper tray, she says.

St Johns team says the class will focus on the design of toilet paper as it relates to bathrooms.

It will be aimed at the novice and the expert, as well as the home-based designer.

St Joins are aiming to create toilet paper that looks “like a toilet seat.”

St Johns says the project will involve learning the materials used, including paper and bleach.

St Joseph said she hopes to create one-off toilet paper designs to showcase different techniques and to show the benefits of having a unique toilet paper design.

She also wants to show how toilet paper can be recycled to create another design.

The program, which will run for a few weeks, will focus not only on the process of creating toilet paper but also on how toilet-related products can be used as an artistic expression of the design process.

It’s something St. Joins is currently working on, and will be a project for the next few years.

St Joes design team has been working with Denver artist, photographer and artist-in-residence Jason L. Kline, who designed the space-themed, one-story bathroom at a home in Boulder.

St Joe says the idea was to create an intimate, minimalist space in a space that is designed for two, and to provide a place for people to relax and share a drink, or perhaps just to have a drink with friends.

The bathroom was designed to look like an elevator, where people enter and exit from the door.

St Joins plans to incorporate this idea in a larger space soon, she said.

The space will include a bar, an artist’s studio, and a small gallery that will allow the public to interact with the project.

St Joseph said it was difficult to find a design that worked in a bathroom, especially a bathroom that was so simple and intimate.

The students at the studio came up with a way to incorporate a lotus-shaped toilet paper roll into the bathroom, she explained.

The students have already begun working on the bathroom.

They are designing a series of interactive displays to allow people to walk through the bathroom and get an idea of how it would look and feel, and then to use the toilet as a canvas to create their own artistic works.

St Joes team has already created some work, such the toilet roll.