F I'm So Vintage: cozy bathroom inspiration
Friday, October 12, 2012

cozy bathroom inspiration

Autumn is in full swing and the cooler days make me long for nice long soaks in a cozy warm bathtub. 

So while I am busy today creating things for my new shop, soon to be previewed here, I thought I would share some bathroom inspiration. 


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14 comments:

  1. Laura, I love the first bath, because of the window. They are all nice. Smiles, Susie

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  2. Gorgeous photos! But I need a crane to get me out of a tub now! LOL

    Linda

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  3. Dreamy bathrooms! I had a clawfoot tub once in my garage to put in my home one day.
    My FIL mistaked it as junk I wanted hauled to the dump and I never got it back because it was nabbed right away!!

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  4. I love the old lion claw feet bathtub. When they tore down my great aunt's old house in Tenn., I was hoping to get hers - but it was gone by the time I got there!!
    Great inspiration in that first photo!! Stain glass window, candles, old tub!! Live is good :-}}

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  5. Drool, drool... I have one of the smallest bathrooms on the planet!

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  6. What no flesh eating pink bathrooms? How am I to get inspired, lol.

    Love the ones that you have shown us.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  7. These are all so beautiful, especially the first one! Love the claw foot bathtub.

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  8. I love all of those inspirations pics. Wish I had a free standing tub in my bathroom like those did.

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  9. What an amazing collection of tubs. Would love any of them.

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  10. Dear Laura!!
    What an inspiration!!! I loved them all, specially the fat tub on the second photo and the distressed sink cabinet from the last one!!!
    Hugs,
    Claudine

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  11. Aw, your ideas are the right blend of vintage and modern for me! I’d go for the clawfoot tub and wooden vanity any day. Haha! If I would pinch in my ideas, I would like to add some chandeliers and a nice vintage mirror to complete the rustic look of the bathroom.

    Regards,
    Herb Koguchi

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  12. The first photo is the coziest bathroom for me. It’s because the place looks bright and elegant. The natural light that passes through the window gives the bathroom a serene atmosphere. I also like the idea of placing little plants by the window. People will be relaxed if their bathroom looks like this.

    Rodney Orton

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  13. Your second to the last photo caught my attention. From the way I see it, it looks like an attic bathroom. And for me, that sounds cools! If ever I can make an attic bathroom, I’ll add skylights. Whichever design you'll choose, I'm sure it will be a good choice. All of them are wonderful!

    -Lida Swisher

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Thank you for your sweet messages. I read every one of them.