The Green Bathroom

We’ve finished another room in the house and this one competes for my favorite! (neck and neck with the kitchen) This bathroom is on the first floor and is also the guest bathroom for when we have company and overnight guests. You can access it from the blue room so guests can a private suite. I wanted to give this a 1930s/40s vibe but it also has a bit of the Orient mixed in. That was an accident but I love the result.

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Voila!

Jim found this pretty Japanese print shower curtain online and convinced me it would look good in here. It’s still growing on me, but I’m coming around.

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The best seat in the house.

We got the “comfort height” potty and I highly recommend. Too much information??? Sorry, the older I get, the more I appreciate anything with the word “comfort” in it. I found an old-fashioned little magazine/toilet paper caddy and also a shelf to place your make-up tackle box if you’re staying over.

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The view from the “throne”

Hannah’s childhood art looks beautiful in here.

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My favorite. The kid had skills. 🙂

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These photos are 25 years apart. Two year old Debbie and Hannah–lacy panties, covered in dirt, poochy tummies, (I still have mine) and pageboy haircut.

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The Japanese print was Hannah’s. It goes perfectly in here.

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I end almost every day in this spot.

I am aware of the great tub/shower debate (Merrilu!) I don’t take baths to get clean. I take a bath for fun. (Don’t worry, I shower in the morning) I am a firm believer in the Three Bs. Bubbles, book & beverage. At least this system works for me. Again, highly recommend!  This tile is onyx. I ordered it from a warehouse in California. You should see some of these up close. God does beautiful work. Amazing colors and patterns.

And finally…

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A little plaque for my guests.

Yes. I stole this from a hotel. Not sorry.

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