Cottage Style Bathrooms

Cottage Style Bathrooms

It’s Friday, which means that Julia at Hooked on Houses is hosting her  Hooked on Fridays party. Since there is actually something house-y that I am obsessed with at the moment I thought I would take this chance to join in.

That’s right, folks, I am hooked on bathrooms.

Since we’re in the midst of a master bedroom and bathroom remodel, I have been searching all over magazines and online to get ideas for how I want our bathroom to be.

I love clawfoot bathtubs

and wainscotting

and pedestal sinks

and creative storage.

I could go on all day. I have been staring at bathroom photos for too long. I can’t wait to be sharing ones of what we’re doing. As soon as we have, you know, walls.

Be sure to head over to Julia’s Place Hooked on Houses to see other links today!

Photo credits:
Country Living
BHG

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  1. I love claw foot tubs. We converted an entire bedroom into a bathroom with a tub like that (plus shower). And it’s fabulous. Old house charm to me.

  2. i just found your blog via the Nester, and how appropriate that it was now. I am trying to redo my bathroom, but with almost all of the existing stuff. I love all the photos you put up, and would love my bathroom to be all white and blue, but unfortunately, I must work with a 1989 almond tub/shower and toilet. We are replacing the sinks and countertop, and I am allowed to paint the cabinets. I have been having the hardest time incorporating the almond with what I’d like, so I think I’m just going to ignore that it’s there! I look forward to seeing your photos. Good luck!

  3. Maureen – I know what you mean about pedestal sinks – we have just one tiny bathroom now with a pedestal sink and I don’t like how little storage we have in there. I think it will be easier once that bathroom isn’t our only bathroom. The new bathroom we are doing is going to have two pedestal sinks because we have them (free!) and our main objective is to make the room pretty but functional and there is going to be a LOT of built in storage. So think it will be okay without vanities. The armoire is pretty big, but I like seeing things like that so I can think outside the box and use something that suits my space better.

  4. I wonder if anyone can shed some light on matching up clawfoot tubs with pedestal sinks and toilets. I have a Kohler Bancroft toilet and pedestal sink which was designed to go with a non-freestanding, square, built-in tub. I would like to combine the sink and toilet with a freestanding, small, clawfoot tub. But the sink and toilet are squarish, and the tub, of course, won’t be. Any rules about this? I wonder if I should just start from scratch which a matched suite? I’ve searched the internet for pictures and am beginning to think I should sell the sink and toilet for whatever I can get and start from scratch. Any ideas, information or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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