We tend to like more traditional decor, with a bit of whimsy thrown in!
By whimsy, I mean a bit of shabby chic, farmhouse and comfy family furnishings scattered about----just for good measure and to decrease any stuffiness inherent in a more traditional style.
We also want to try to have a vintage-y farmshouse true to the style of the house exterior.
Does this make sense? Well, anyhow, searching around the web, I found some 1920 bath designs!
I like the simplicity of this pink bath, the mirrors and the shower curtain:
A bathroom that's a sunroom! Note the shower curtain/valence:
Again, the bath below (called "Plain Jane"---I resent that!) is quite simple. Love the mirror!
(Especially since it looks like my mirror!)
Remember my mirror?
And that I found a mirror on Ebay that matched up beautifully?
I had to truck this mess down to the Post Office so that they could appropriate the remaining mirror-less medicine cabinet and turn in a claim. Yes, they took the cabinet! What in the world is the U.S. Post Office going to do with a medicine cabinet?
Anyhooooo. I don't have another mirror for Dearest Husband. :(
But that hasn't stopped me from working on the master bath! I decided to paint the cabinets. The light creamy white has turned all yellowish. Ugh.
See all the dings? And this photo came out all funny--the cabinets
really are a sickly yellowish white.
So, after perusing the web and reading of other's experiences, we settled on using Rustoleum's Cabinet Transformation Kit. It's been quite an adventure....more to come!