Sunday, November 12, 2006

TA DAAAAAAAAAA



I couldn't use my mothers antique mirror because the frame was too thick to go behind the washstand. I couldn't use another big antique mirror I had for the same reason. William and I got this real old mirror from an estate sale. Its only 11x14 but very heavy. I painted the trim and when hung it seems to capture the old country theme I am going with.
Right after hanging the mirror I couldn't wait to hang my country angel wall hanging Lisa made me! Lisa it is perfect, thank you soooo much!
Here are a couple more of my country angels and my towel rack. Another country angel, tissue holder and some of my bathroom tins.
The light fixture over the washstand and a peek at the wallpaper.
Couldn't have it all angels. Here are some of the vintage bathroom signs I collected so William would know its his bathroom too.
Another light fixture, towel rack and sign.
Here is my new floor and my vintage crock that I am using for a waste can. Its old so some of the paint on the outside has chipped off. I decided to leave it like that .

18 comments:

Jeanne said...

So very lovely indeed!
Blessings my friend.
Love Jeanne ^j^

tlawwife said...

Looks like it was worth the wait. Love it!

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Beautiful!! Great job and so country!! I love it...Sandy

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Marian said...

I was right...the best things take longer. Your new bathroom turned out grand! Love all your signs, but, best of all, is the use of the washstand. It just looks fine.

Anonymous said...

I remember when they had pay toilets.
Sure don't look like anyone can crawl under the door..LOL

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

very nice and homey..

I would fell very comfortbale unloading in your bathroom;)

love the floor too..

Kathleen Marie said...

AWESOME! I just love it. It is so cute. I love the idea of using a crock as a trash can. I have several and need one in my guest bathroom (which is mainly birdhouses) so I am going to steal your FABULOUS idea.

This is really charming and I LOVE the sink! You rock!

Rosa said...

I love that beadboard! I hadn't noticed it in the first pics, but it is gorgeous!!! Everything is perfect in there. Too pretty for a bath!! hehe. Those tin stars are perfect! That angel Lisa made is so pretty there. I bet you were just dying to get it up on the wall, so pretty!! I use a crock in my powder room. We do think alike!! Great job!! (and you're still married--hurray! hehe) xoxo

Anonymous said...

the bathroom is awesome!!! I cannot believe how quickly you finished this!

Cookie said...

Love the bathroom ! Enjoy !!!

Anonymous said...

Looks beautiful! Nice to see it done! ;)

PEA said...

Oh Peggy, it's absolutely beautiful!! I just love the way you have it all decorated and the walls are gorgeous too! My bathroom needs a complete overhaul too and one day I hope to have it all in the country style you have yours in!!

Anonymous said...

love your blog!

Mrs. Staggs said...

Oh wow, this has turned out absolutely lovely. You must be so happy to have it all done!

Today is Rosa's birthday and I'm throwing a little party for her in Merryville. Please drop by if you have a moment, thank you!

Anonymous said...

I love it! So pretty...I'll bet you will smile everytime you go in there for the next few months...I'm so happy for you!

ladyofblessings

Anonymous said...

woohoo I was finally able to view your blog and look what i see..I cannot believe it's all done, I swear it seems like it was done over night(although I know it wasn't). It's beautiful Peggy, just beautiful, do you walk in there and just stand for a time taking it all in? and how honored do I feel that the folk angel hangs in there as well, I so love that YOU love it!!
XOXO

Marci said...

It turned out beautiful Peggy. I am sure you are tickled pink with it!!!!