I would never have thought of all of this wood for bathroom walls and ceilings, and it's perfect for this lakeside cabin. The tub is just the greatest - it reminds me of Laura Ingalls taking a bath in some sort of barrel on "Little House on the Prairie."
This bathroom is full of unexpected details, from the antique dresser to the table lamp, the chandelier to the elegant stool.
The sconces, mirror and shaded sconces give this tiny powder room parlor room elegance.
This tub is walled off from the bedroom only by curtains, allowing for the bedroom to get natural light from the window beyond it.
Why not sit a spell after a long soak before facing the real world? Of course this bathroom is larger than my bedroom, but I might consider giving up some bedroom space for a bathroom like this one! (on the "Cougartown" episode I spoke of above, Jules borrowed quite a few square feet from her son's bedroom!)
These curtains add major drama to the bath. They are a great way to bring in a color or print that can be changed up with ease.
These cabinets were planned out with the attention to detail that designing kitchen cabinets entails.
A room with an unobstructed pool view!
The toile wallpaper, lovely sconce and window treatment seem more like a palette for a bedroom, and make this bathroom a star.
This is one rich and luxurious palette for a bathroom. I imagine I would feel very decadent washing my hands here, and that I'd love every minute of it!
The back of the chimney adds texture and unexpected details to this bathroom. I love the way they centered the cabinet and sink on it.
This is my crazy bathroom - the sink is mounted in an old ice chest, the purse hid cosmetics, and there's also a little stool in there full of funny books like Loni Anderson's autobiography, titled "My Life in High Heels" and an old Barbara Walter's book titled "How to Talk to Practically Anyone About Practically Anything".