Friday, October 30, 2009

My new bathroom

I love my tub, it is just the right size, set here in this cozy little alcove it is a thing of beauty in my eyes. It still has a ways to go as far as decoration goes but this is my start. I don't have any before pictures but I think the end results is the most important, don't you? In the right corner is a darling corner shelf I got from one of my favorite places," Shabby Cottage" she has the most darling things and they are all recycled, and put to reuse. This corner shelf holds my soaps, bubble bath, bath crystals, and just some cute things.

This cute little wicker number was a garage sale purchase, and is perfect for towels in the bottom and bath powder and candles, and such on top.
A bit of a closer view of the corner shelf. It is so perfect, and I had looked so hard to find it, and I am really happy with it.
The picture that is leaning on the wainscoating is one of mine and it will just lean there untill I find something I really like to hang on the wall. I hate to make holes in a new wall. Speaking of the wainscoating, it is super, I have never had a room with it before and it is just perfect for this little tub room.

I have always, and forever wanted a bathroom big enough for furniture, now I have it. My slipper chair is in need of recovering but I draped it with some old linens and it will do for now. Won't you look at the silver feet on the tub, just too lovely.
If you look behind the chair you can see some of the detail of the door molding and the floor trim. You can't see the floor real good but it is tile and it has pink glass embeded into where some of the tiles meet but not visable in this pic. I could only post 5 pictures so I tried to get the best ones.
I must say this is the crowing touch, who doesn't like chandeliers, this little beauty is hanging right above my tub.
This part of the remodeled master bath was the brainchild of an old friend and he did a good job, on it. His idea was the best of all of the 4 or 5 other contractors. This is just one part of the master bath I will post more at another time.




10 comments:

Sheila said...

Love Love Love your new bathroom. I have an old claw and ball foot tub waiting to be resurfaced.. But that is waiting on our new cabin to be built. Thanks for sharing

Connie said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I'd love to soak in a tub in a small bath like that, sugar. Very intimate and relaxing.
xoxo,
Connie

Nancy @ La Chambre Rose said...

Love it! The chandelier is very very nice.

Its So Very Cheri said...

That is absolutely gorgeous. The chandelier and chair---ooh la la

Cheri

Carrie said...

Lovely bath decor...so personal and sweet!

Cindy said...

You are a lucky duck! I'd LOVE to have a bath so beautiful.

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

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~The Robin's Nest~ said...

Hi Wanda,
I adore your tub! It's my dream tub! I love your bathroom, it's so great to have a place to relax like that in a home!

Thanks for checking out my blog and leaving a comment. I came over here to tell you (and this is between you and me) You are the only one that has guessed right!!! Can you believe that? The clay pots used to be the most googled but not anymore!!!! Your choice has out googgled everything! Good going!

Have a great week!

Robin~♥

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

So pretty! I don't think I'd ever leave!

Marie Antionette said...

Hi Wanda,
I'm so sorry your not feeling well. I hope you get better soon.The flu is for the birds.
Your new bathroom is just drop dead gorgeous. That bathtub is to die for.Love it!!! The alcove window ,that is very special. I need a chair in my bath.You really did a goodjob.I wouldn't want to put holes in there either.I like it the way it is.XXOO Marie Antionette