Primping in the Ladies Room

January 20th, 2012 in member junk     
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Faux Leather Floor
Antique Saucer turns into Soap Dish
Old Hand Mirrors on Old Doorknobs
Antique Sheet Music becomes Wallpaper

It started with a courthouse and ended up in a bathroom.  The wood added to the walls of our "ladies room" came from a demolished courthouse that was on the Historic Register.

Bit by bit, the room came together using other vintage and antique elements - all completed for under $400.

Welcome to the Ladies Room!

Pattern or design used: My own design - Angie @ Knick of Time Interiors
posted in: member junk, vintage, bathroom, turquoise, repurposed, salvage, architectural, rust, leather, antique, 1800's

Comments (5)

Irish13 writes: Love the job you did on your bathroom. The sink is beautiful. A couple of years ago I saw a sink made from an old wine barrel in a junk shop. I am still kicking myself for not buying it. Posted: 7:07 am on January 30th
HarvestMoonShoppes writes: Love the color, this is gorgeous! Posted: 12:20 pm on January 29th
annebell writes: How lucky are you to get all that reclaimed wood??! It's a great powder room. Good work! Posted: 3:31 pm on January 23rd
chippingcharm writes: Details, them all Angie! Still especially loving that "wallpaper" :) Laurel Posted: 12:24 pm on January 21st
sassycass writes: Great bathroom ideas! I just love this bright color it adds so much. So pretty and feminine . . thank you for sharing Posted: 8:23 am on January 21st
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