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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

More Dream Bath Ideas

Hello!  Hope you all are having a great week! The other day, I shared with you some wonderful and dreamy bathroom ideas.  Today I'd like to pick up where I left off, and share some more wonderful baths.  If you already have your dream bath, then lucky you!  But, if you are like me and your dream bath currently resides in your, well, dreams, then check out the following inspirations!
all photos courtesy of bhg.com
 Isn't this pink bathroom just adorable?  I think it's so cheery and fun, but I doubt that most men would feel the same!  So, maybe it would be ideal for a little girl's bath, or maybe a lucky guest could call it their own while visiting!  Gotta love the claw foot tub and sweet vanity!
 I mentioned the other day that I would dearly love a spa type steam shower.  I think this one would fit the bill quite nicely!
 I love this cute little bath under the eaves!  Isn't that mirror just gorgeous?
 My dream bath would also include a cushy window seat, perfect for curling up with a cup of hot cocoa after a nice bubble bath in that amazing tub!
 I really love the ceiling in this bath, and how the tub was faced with beadboard.  Gotta love white beadboard!
 Another wonderful shower.
 This bath is pretty amazing, don't you think?  I love all of the natural light coming in from the sky light, and the built in storage would be the perfect spot for displaying pretty bottles of fancy lotions and creams.  And there is that bead board again that I am so fond of!  (hubby take note!!)
 Aaaaahhhhh!  I love everything about this pretty bath, from the toile valance, to the tub, to the hardwood floors.  I would be very happy with a bath like this!

 I really love the simplicity here, from the interesting hooks on the wall, to the vintage looking shelf, to the rustic mirror.  Not to mention the soothing color pallate!
 The combination of pink and green is so cheery and spring like, don't you think?  I love the use of that cute vintage chair as a handy towel holder.
The tub tucked under the eaves, the beadboard, and the antique dresser, all give this bathroom tons of vintage inspired charm.  Which bath is your favorite?


Tete said...

Yeah, I can't pick just one. Love almost all of them. Beadboard does it for me, too.

Marti said...

Love the fresh clean look that most of them have, the orange is just a bit much color for first thing in the morning.

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Definitely the last one!

Miranda @ Pressing On said...

The last one is my favorite too, but there is something to love in each one. They all have so much personality in them. I'd take pretty much any ♥

ShabbyESP said...

Hi Donna!!
Love all the bathroom pics!!! My bathroom can't compare!!!
Enjoy your weekend!!!
Suzann ~xoxo~

Karen said...

These are all great baths! Hard to make a choice which would be my fav.

Have a great weekend!

It has been in the mid 80s all week, a bit cooler today with rain expected.

Gabrielle Jeromy said...

The last picture is my favorite. The paint job is amazing; it seems to amplify the effect of sunlight, and having a tube under the eaves has a significant visual effect. This is the kind of bathroom I want to go to first thing in the morning and before I sleep in the night. :)

Gabrielle Jeromy