9.30.2009

The Ladies Room

Inspiring baths....

via Hashai.
(Tile work based on a New York subway map). Via Charles and Hudson.
(1930 Gordon-Van Tine bathroom plan, from house kit) via Retro Renovation.
(1959 American Standard bathroom) via Retro Renovation.
(1946 Briggs Beautyware bathroom) via Retro Renovation.
How many of you want to hang plants in galvanized pots from your ceiling? I know I do!

19 comments:

Blythe Hopes Vintage said...

Wants the Victorian one AND the red one... WANTS WANTS WANTS (*stamps feet*)

cassaundra said...

love the subway map bathroom .. that's awesome!

Clorivak said...

Oh my!!! These are beautiful. I love the first one and the one with the green and plants hanging. What a cool look. Great Bathrooms.

Pretty Little World said...

That bubble wall in one of the last bathrooms is insane! So cool. I also love.love.love the red clawfoot -- I can't wait until I get to redo my bathroom!!

me melodia said...

marvelous round up!

Children of the 90s said...

It's official, I now want a bubble wall. I won't rest until I have one. Unfortunately, I live in an apartment with specific regulations about altering the premises.

Gabbi said...

Gorgeous! Those first two are so my dream bathrooms... :)

Sam said...

Those retro drawings are amazingly lovely! There's nothing quite like a fabulous bathroom in my opinion!

down and out chic said...

there so much goodness here, where do i begin?! the first bathroom made me gasp a little. i really like that hanging plants (we have one in our bathroom but it's dying) and the last bathroom is classic. so pretty!

~KS said...

Every one of these pictures is amazing!! I dream of having a huge bathroom someday to decorate and make into my own little spa. The bathroom in my old house was just that same shade of lilac in one of your pics... I loved it. And that first bathroom is screaming my name I think!!

Torie Jayne said...

Great inspiration, my favorite is the last one, especially the chandelier! Have a sweet day! x

Eden Rose said...

So much inspiration for my bathroom here, love the little white victorian one a classic! and the first red one *gasps*
Thank you XX

DesBisoux said...

hey lady!

no email address so...
thank you very much for your lovely comment. if i had know the blog world was so friendly and inspiring i would have started years ago!
Home renovation business...it sounds like something i would like. i love buildings and architecture even though not my field at all! When i go to museums, i often find myself looking at the building rather than the exhibition...!
I'm sorry to hear that you're struggling. what a bummer it would be to have to go back to an office job. i don't like my job right now and i hope you don't have to sacrifice your passion for the pay check.
i'm doing great today. the foggy spot is history...until next time!

i hope you have a wonderful day!
mag xxx

ps happy i found your blog...

nicole addison said...

i do! haha. and thanks for your sweet comment on my blog lady :) it really made me smile. im glad i found yours, too! those bathrooms are just gorgeous, i'd be lucky to have any of them!

stephchows said...

hi! thanks for the crochet complements, Walton loved them!! As for the tiger sauce... I really don't know what else you could use to get the same flavor... it's really unique. You can buy it online here

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0005ZUG86/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B000BD3XU0&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=09ZTZ1CARS65XCD524QZ

But I'd ask at your grocery store, you never know! :)

Design Girl said...

I LOVE the faucet in the Victorian pic. So gorgeous and unique! I can't wait to own so I can buy my own awesome faucets.

Teresa @ good-grace said...

oh my! The first and third images are my FAV's!! And that "bubble" glass tile!?! wow...

love the old time pictures, too.

ana b. said...

Oh jeez. This post makes me want to finally buy a plug for my bathtub...*sigh*

K @ Blog Goggles said...

These are freaking incredible.