Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Romantic BathroomHere it is, our "master" bathroom.... Lacey, floral, kind of frou-frou (and not easy to get a good picture of! :)
Pink "tulip" globes on the light fixtureOld Perfume Bottles, Hat Pin Holders on a Shabby TrayVintage Floral Switchplate
Roses on the Mirrors
My vintage powder collection displayed above the windowA vintage shawl clip on the lace "curtain" (a lace piece from my mother, swagged)


An old shelf holds pretty toiletries and such....

in lavenders, pinks, and touches of soft blue....



Vintage embroidered linens and special soaps are sweet but simple indulgences....

Along with a *Battenburg Lace* shower curtain....

A nice place to relax and pamper oneself just a bit.

Hope you enjoyed seeing our romantic bathroom. Thanks for stopping by!! :)



34 comments:

Diane said...

Oh yes it sure looks inviting to have a nice soak, I bet you have some lovely bubbles and oils for your baths.
Hugs, Diane

Debra said...

I love it!!! I can imagine drawing a nice hot bath, and relaxing. I really love the wicker cabinet! Where did you find the egg shaped soap's? You did a marvelous job with you small space. I love all the eye-candy. Thank you for sharing.

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

So beautiful. I really like the powder collection above the window.
Valerie

Shabbee Chick said...

You can't have too many roses I always say! Love them!

Michele's Treasures, Teacups, and Tumbling Rose Cottage said...

What delightful pretties! I could say this about all your posts. You have such a beautiful blog--a pleasure to read. Thanks for sharing.
~Michele

Linda said...

Hi Becca, this is such a pretty bathroom, I adore all the soft colors and vintage pieces. You have a wonderful collection of powder tins and perfume bottles....and the rose decal on your mirror is a perfect touch. hugs, Linda

Marilyn said...

Know What??? I went back over 3 times to "look"... OMGoodness I want that Bathroom!! What Beauty.... I stopped short at the powder cans. I remember my Grandmother having some like them.
You did a breath-taking job!!
Love,
Marilyn

English Cottage in Georgia said...

Your bath is absolutely to die for...just lovely.
I think I am going to copy your "vintage tins above the window" idea :-)

Sandra said...

Oh mine goodness...what a beautiful bathroom. You did a great job Becca!

We're getting ready to redo our bathroom and now you've given me some other ideas...yikes! What to do now?! :o)

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Pretty perfume bottles. All so soft and calm looking.

Cheryl said...

So very nice! Thanks for giving us a look at your master bath!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Your bathroom is so beautiful! So many special pretty pastel "Becca touches!" I recognize one of those little wreaths!!

Katherine

Kay said...

I love that shelf above your window and the powder collection is really sweet....

Pink Slippers said...

What a darling room. Sounds silly for a bathroom but, it looks cozy and inviting. And I bet the pictures didn't even show all the wonderful details it really has.
Great post. Wendy

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

How cute! That little rose box is too adorable!

M^..^

Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

Love, love, LOVE it Becca!! How pretty! And what fun it was so see so many of the things that I've *watched* you gather over the years.

A few of my favorite things are the shelf above the window, the lace swag, and vintage rose clip. Beautiful little vignettes all around!

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

oh goodnesss... I love your bathroom.. so beautiful and so many pretties to drool at.. I don't think I will come out as soon as I get in.. hehehehehehe.. have a great day!

Lallee said...

Soft, romantic, beautiful. I love all the sweet details. You did a GREAT job! Is hubby allowed to use it?

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Becca, your bathroom is so beautiful! I love all the vintage items and that shower curtain is gorgeous! I wish my bathroom was that pretty!

Hugs,
Amy

Laurie said...

Beautiful! As my friend's little daughter said the first time she saw my hydrangea-themed bathroom: "You can tell this is the GIRL's bathroom!" LOL!

I am back to visit since discovering your blog on OWOH. I'm following yours now, and hope you'll come visit mine, too!

Marilyn in NM said...

Becca, the bathroom is beautiful. I love the shower curtain and especially the cabinet about the commode. It's so pretty and soft.
Marilyn in NM

Shabby Kim said...

I am so loving your beautiful bathroom Becca. It is so "ME"... With the both of us having such similar tastes in decor and what we love to collect, just imagine what a blast we would have shopping together!! It would be so much fun. Take care and enjoy the rest of your week.

Natasha Burns said...

Oh my gosh what a beautiful romantic bathroom! I could easily relax and read a book in that tub with all that prettiness around me. i don't know how you don't just stay in there all day, lol!

Lee Laurie said...

Hi Becca,
Your bathroom is so pretty! I love the powder tins and the shower curtain. The vintage linens are pretty too. I never thought of putting rose decals on my mirrors. Thanks for the idea!

Hugs,
Lee Laurie

Susie Q said...

It's beautiful.Why do I have the world's smallest 'master' bath?

Tutti Chic said...

Becca~How beautiful your romantic bath came out! nice job! :) chris

SweetAnnee said...

Tis a lovely bath..a wonderful place for bubbles
woohoo
dEena

Joy said...

What a pretty bathroom. Love all your collections and shelving.

Sonia ~ Vintage Rose Designs said...

It is pretty, inviting for a warm bubble bath and look at all the pretty stuff...

Sonia

Lori said...

Becca, Just beautiful! As for hubby, when they gotta go they go! LOL!! You have motivated me to frou mine up alittle more!! Love ya,Lori

vickie said...

Becca, love your bathroom, so calming, how nice to be able to soak and see the fireplace!

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Ooohh, Becca, love all your pretty things; especially the shower curtain! Nice to have you stop by for a visit. Enjoy your weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Lavender Dreamer said...

I am studying your bath decor...really love what you've done! I especially love the powder displayed above the window. It becomes art in your beautiful room! I need more shelves to have some pretty displays! Thanks for sharing your ideas! I see some pretty lavender here and there, too!

Sweet Sage said...

so jealous!
but i'm soooo inspired now!!
thanks for stopping by :)
kim