Tuesday, April 8, 2008

a+ decorating

What a beautiful space Theres something about this bathroom, soothing soft, primitive, yet polished. I adore this rickety white painted shelf with the sea blue pottery ware inside.
The wainscotting and the clawfoot tub lead you to vintage times, and a good soak. I adore the marble table close, for a candle and some flowers, and possibly a nice glass of wine??
The etched mirror is wonderful, the curves are fun in this room of straight lines. Subtle color on the walls enveloping the whole room in a sunny light. Its not opulent or 1000 square feet of marble or granite. This is what I think I like about it best.
Real life decorating, for..real life..how novel!
all photos from design inc.

12 comments:

Michelle said...

Gorgeous bathroom. You're right on--it's calming and spa-like without being over the top. J'adore the clawfoot bathtub.

Sarah said...

I love everything about this bathroom! Love love love clawfoot tubs...

Jen@The Cottage Nest said...

Aww, gorgeous. Peaceful. Soothing. I want some of that!

Traceytreasure said...

This is what Heaven looks like to me. I can see myself in that tub! I don't bathe now because the only bathtub is avocado green and I got stuck in it when I was in labor with my youngest. I love the water and would love to soak. Is this your bathroom? Would you mind if I stopped by? LOL!! Thanks for the eye candy. If this is yours, enjoy!! Hugs!

Laurie Anne said...

LOVE that bathroom. Someday I will own a clawfoot tub!! I too appreciate the quietness of the decor. I recently bought some blue paint called "whisper" and it reminds me of those photos. :0)

Jan said...

Really nice pictures Lisa. I love white and that is so peaceful looking. The best me bathroom I have seen in awhile. You have quite a lot of new great posts. It was fun catching up with all that you have been up too. And its been alot. Have a great week and blog you later.

PLO said...

If that was my bathroom, the towels would have red kool-aid stains on them, the grout would be blackened, the mirror cracked and dirty, and the woodworked knicked. Other than that, I would love it. Now, come and see what HIM and I have been up to.

Diana said...

loving the whites...so calming.

PLO said...

This is official permission to be raunchy, and/or bottom drawer on my blog at any time. I am picturing BV pummeling your suitors...what a stud. Somebody has got to fend all of those men off of you!

Laurie Anne said...

Hey Lisa,
You've been tagged. Hop over and check it out :0)

Sabina said...

OK I'm sold. I love these!!!

Have a great weekend!!!

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