Monday, March 14, 2011

Bath Redo

I hope you all had an enjoyable weekend and are all rested and ready for a new week. I am raring to go this Monday morning as I am off to meet up with Big Bob The Builder at the Vancouver House. We have two projects going at once, the family room and the main bath. This trip will be more decisions on color combinations for the bath and the fun job of popcorn removal from the FR ceiling, ugh.
Here are a few photos that give me some ideas for the bath...just wish I had the sq. footage and $$ to actually pull one of these off, still, these are great food for the decorating part of the brain.

Love this alcove to live way out in the country with that window, ha!


What a great bath for a family, baby can even be bathed in the sink while the other little ones are splashing in the nice big clawfoot tub.....Enough dreaming for now, better get busy so I can get down the road to make some realistic choices.
Happy Monday to you all!


Lola Nova said...

What gorgeous inspiration! I would love a few more sq. feet in out bathroom!
Best of luck with all your decisions and work on the house! You will have to share photos when it's done.

Paula said...

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Heidi said...

I love the first one its fab!!
wow, how exciting for change....

mamas collection said...

Oh my! Dreamy!

flwrjane said...

Can you send him my way and take down my bathroom ceiling also?

What fun this will be. looking forward to seeing the work in progress.

xo jane

Unknown said...

I loved both photos. The second really tugged on my heart strings...I love the tub!!!
Have fun designing your bathroom!

Leigha said...

Really beautiful. Added to my wishlist, too!


Edward said...

I hope it goes better for you than it did for us.

Princess and the Pea said...

That top picture reminds me of my grandads old bathroom, not the colours, just the alcove. I used to love that giant bath when I was a kid!

Kami said...

I would give my left kidney to have a tub under a window in the country!!

Unknown said...

Makes me want a bright, airy bathroom. I've always wanted a clawfoot tub! I hope your renovations are going well. :)