The white and coral bathroom:
Some of my vintage powder tins and vanity jars are already purchased and in place, the old curling iron is in the vintage oil lamp. The silver pieces are gone. They tarnished way too fast in the bathroom.
Look at my younger daughter's potty chair! She graduates from high school this year. The baby dresses have already been added to the bathroom, the one on the left my older daughter's, the one on the left, my baby dress.
I have a few headvases, not very many, and I displayed glass perfume bottles in an old sewing drawer with a vintage hand mirror. Also an older crystal lamp is in the bathroom.
The coral and mint green bathroom:
The sewing drawer is moving around. Plates and saucers on this side's corner built-ins.
My vintage vanity chair has a toile seat too. The bakelite green mirror fell victim to overuse by teenaged girls and the handle cracked. It's gone.
My powder tin and vanity jar collection is growing. Also more head vases.
Here I had blue toile runners. I picked up the vintage green handled bakelite button hook at a garage sale.
Come on in!
I have built in corner shelves on two walls with head vases. A Hall's Quality floral tea pot is on the top.
This pair of blue and pink willow plates hangs on each side of the vanity light strip.
My vintage wall mount sink. (You actually have to special order these faucet replacement handles)
Above the sink, reproduction French tin signs and cherubs.
These sweet little cherubs are marked Norcrest, made in Japan.
This is the other side of the wall sink.
My daughter in one of the dresses hanging in the bathroom.
The other built in corner shelf with head vases.
Royal Copley pitcher and faux tulips.
The distressed blue vanity with the mint green showing through.
My vanity chair with French Script fabric.
The vanity area. (We each have our own hygiene items drawer.)
The large storage drawers in the built ins. (Perfect for toiletries and even towels)
My daughter's dress and my baby dress.
A framed hanky over the toilet.
Plates above the tub.
The old tub.
I hope you enjoyed the tour! You have to admit it's pretty