I am going to concentrate on the countertop vanity items in my bathroom today, and the fourth and last bathroom post will be the full reveal. The last post will also feature past photos of my vintage bathroom with other color schemes and collectibles.
First of all, my vintage bathroom has a vintage custom vanity that is 10 feet long. That much space has to be decorated, even in a bathroom!
The French Script runners under the vanity items in the photos were purchased and custom made for my bathroom from a vendor on Ebay.
I purchased most of these items at rummage sales, but even at antique stores, they are a relatively low priced collectible.
|This Fascination Face Powder tin was the first in my collection. I picked it up because it was the color of the bathroom tiles. It is made by Daher Decorated Ware.|
|This one is also a Daher Decorated Ware, England.|
|This one is a Lavender Bath Powder tin from Langlois Inc, USA.|
|Maker unknown on this slightly "risque" tin.|
|This little vanity jar is marked Westmoreland Glass.|
|This vintage vanity jar is unmarked. Also chosen for the colors.|
|Unmarked vanity jar, also chosen for flower color.|
|This is the other side of the sink counter.|
Vintage vanity tins and jars for a vintage bathroom!