Tuesday, June 23, 2009

busy, busy, busy!

My office at present resembles a bomb site while I source, price and design our bathroom. We have pretty much settled on a layout and know what is going in the space. It seems everyone is doing bathroom posts at the moment, which I am loving as I am always seeing new pictures that instantly fill my head with new ideas...

...like this one. I think the reason I am into this is because it is basically the layout that we already have on a smaller scale. It has the beaded board on the walls that we want, hexagon tile like will go under the claw foot, and I am now looking at a pedestal sink instead of the old cupboard. I think I will top this and use it as a dressing area.

This is the way I want the tub to face, along the window, except our window will be larger. This is the same as our tub and I would love a separate shower as it is over our bath at the moment. The tin ceiling squares on the wall will be in our space, except in a different manner...you'll have to wait and see!!
Anyway, I am off to do a Kitchen consultation so I will see you tomorrow.
Have a lovely day,
Ness xx


  1. Hi Ness,
    Your bathroom sounds like its going to be lovely. I'm sure you'll keep us posted with photo's. All the pictures here today are lovely and I'm a lover of white anyway. Counting down the hours until homeMADE.
    Take Care.


  2. I LOVE bathrooms with beading and freestanding baths. Indulge and enjoy!

  3. Sounds good Ness - I am a big fan of the claw foot...xv

  4. I can't wait till we do our bathrooms. How wonderful!

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  6. Your ideas sound great, how exciting to plan a bathroom renovation. I can't wait to see the results

  7. Oh how I wish I could renovate my bathroom all over again - I would do it so differently, in much the same manner as you're proposing here. Your bathroom is going to be positively gorgeous Ness! Can't wait to see the end result. Lee :)

  8. I love the picture of your desk!

  9. Beautiful bathroom inspiration, Ness.
    I have a fondness for claw foot tubs and tin ceiling tiles.
    I can't wait to see what you do!



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