Thursday, December 4, 2014

Our Bathroom at Christmas



                                                                  Today,I gave our old fashioned bathroom
                                                                   some Christmas touches .
                                                         Our home is 95 years old so when
                                                         we changed this room from a small
                                                         bedroom to an ensuite bath several
                                                        years ago we wanted to make it look
                                                        like it was always here so we looked for
                                                        an old cast iron tub and sink.

                                                       
                                                              Some natural greenery add a
                                                              touch of Christmas.
                                                                  If you noticed the difference
                                                              in color in the two above photos
                                                             it is all about light balance.....the first
                                                             one was on auto balance and the nrxt
                                                             one was on sunny day balance ~giving
                                                             a warm golden look. Not sure which you like
                                                             the best but in this room I like the golden
                                                             light best.
                                                               A bubble bath awaits!
                                                               Candles are glowing!

                                                           
                                                                     The little details!


                           
                                                       I had a lovely afternoon tea out with some
                                                       good friends so I am later posting but
                                                       I hope you enjoyed some touches of
                                                       Christmas.

                                                       Today,I am joining Shabbilicious Friday
                                                        at Shabby Art Boutique.

                                                                       Thank you for visiting,

                                                                                        Carolyn
                                                   
                                                     


26 comments:

Shelia said...

HI Carolyn! Oh, I love your beautiful bathroom and it does look vintage. You did a great job making it look like it'd always been there. I love the pretty tub and the little shelf above the tub and all of your Christmas touches! Hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

sarah said...

Sumptuous and so pretty!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi Carolyn, love all your Christmas touches in your beautiful vintage bathroom. The sparkling bubbles look so inviting. Love the glow of the candles.fondly ~lynne~

Beth said...

What a pretty bathroom, Carolyn. Love your Christmas touches too! You are an interior decorator extraordinaire!!! :)

chateau chic said...

I just love the way your touches of green and the candle light bring warmth and romance into your charming bathroom.
Mary Alice

Pamela Gordon said...

So pretty! I love old claw foot tubs and grew up with one. Your old sink is beautiful too. I like all the pretty touches here.

White Lace and Promises said...

This feels so clean and refreshing.

Debbie Freitag said...

So pretty and cozy. You are inspiring me to romanticize my bathroom.

Gee Singh Newbanks said...

Luvly! What a treat it must be to be able to relax in that beautiful bathroom.

Pink Piccadilly Pastries said...

How Gorgeous!! Like something you'd see in a lovely B & B!! Thanks for the inspiration Carolyn!! xo!!

Katia Ollivier said...

Superbe salle de bain !
Très jolie et charmante !
Kat

angie said...

I love your beautiful bathroom!!!!!!! angie

Mary Cromer said...

So Beautiful!

The Victorian Girl said...

I love the sloped wall and old claw foot tub. The "golden look" is just beautiful.

Carrie B. said...

So pretty Carolyn! You know your house is pretty awesome when I could just hang out all day in your bathroom!! Lol The charm and character of an older home just sings through - that little window!! -be still my heart.

Thanks for the great camera tip too! Feel free to keep those coming whenever you'd like to share. ;)

God bless for a great weekend.

Deanae Bullard said...

Hi Carolyn, I just Love what you have done with your Bathroom. Very cozy, warm and inviting. All the details you put into your home are so Lovely! It must be a joy to live there. Keep up with the Lovely Decorating taking photos and sharing with us all. I enjoy your Blog so much! Much Love to you and your family during these Holidays! xoxox
Deanae

Kullerbü said...

Dear Carolyn,

How lovely! I like it!!
Ann

nancy n. said...

Every picture you post is prettier than the previous. I enjoy them very much. You make my day !!!!

Burlap Luxe said...

So wish your bathroom where mine! It's a perfectly charming space to escape to for some pampering.

Just love everything about it right up to the wall paper, and that's saying a lot because I am still not a big fan of paper.
But your rooms wall paper is nudging me in that direction.

Xx
See you soon.

Dore

Judy Biggerstaff said...

Such a beautiful vintage bathroom for Christmas. Love the look!!

. said...

SUPER!!!!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

That candle-lit cozy adorable iron tub with bubbles is calling out my name, Carolyn! A white comfy bathroom and book, seriously, how do I sign up to stay at The Aiken Bed and Breakfast? You needn't even fix me breakfast, if I could just have a hot cuppa now and then I'd just stay in the bed and bath the entire time. : - )

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Such a beautiful bathroom, Carolyn! I love that tub! I think you accomplished your goal of having it look like it was always there.

Mughetti Fresie e Tuberose said...

Troppo originale questa stanza da bagno!!!!!!!!!!
Ohhh
Nadia

Vintage Clutter said...

Everything you do is so beautiful and calming. I would love to live in your house or even the boathouse! Thank you for sharing I am a follower of your blog and always excited to see a new post! Merry Christmas!

Robin

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

[sigh]... such a perfect bathroom Carolyn. I remember my grandmother's tub when I was small and how it seemed so big I could swim in it. I'd love to sink into yours and gaze serenely at the beautiful Christmas touches all around me. I'm delighted to be featuring your Christmas bathroom on Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow.
Merry Christmas ~ Kerryanne