Now THAT is a great bathroom!
I agree with Steve. I would give a whole lot for a bathroom to hold a ball in, but it won't happen here.
Your stuff has so much character! (And I'm endlessly fascinated by your fondness for religious iconography.)
Steve Reed- Yes it is. But a bitch to clean.Joanne- I didn't ever imagine it would happen to me either.Angella- Just the Madonna. Never the Jesus. And there are as many mermaids. Oh hell, My friend Sue left me one of her madonnas when she died. It's gone from there.
I could live in that bathroom. HEAVEN.xo
I LUST after your bathtub. LUST. AND THE CURTAINS, DRAPES, SCARVES HANGING ABOVE ARE SO BEAUTIFULLY FEMININE. I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED SUCH A TUB. I love knick knacks but find that I am slowly getting rid of all but the most cherished. I don't want to dust them and I have been wanting to just get rid of things. I don't know why other than perhaps in preparation for downsizing one day. I'm not sure or maybe am just not comfortable verbalizing it. I can say that your children will probably take great delight in going through your things one day. You have a great eye and taste. Sweet Jo
Madame Rebecca- One would need a coffee maker, I think. And bookshelves. Sweet Jo- I do not know that my kids are going to have a good time going through my stuff. They will probably be overwhelmed. Maybe they will find treasures that they want. I hope so. Oh! I hope so! I'm glad you like my stuff.
Honey, your place is bare compared to my sister's house.
Oh my, it should be in a magazine.
Pretty cool bathroom. Lots of character.
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.