Friday, February 22, 2008

Attention - Dream Bathroom Alert!

Everytime I try to do an original and unique post I stumble accross something so incredible from a fellow blogger I can't help but share their fabulous find.
During my daily visit to Desire to Inspire, I saw Jo's post on the amazingly talented Swedish stylist - Eva Lindh.
All her pics Jo chose were so beautiful and her website was filled with many more treasures, but what really took my breath away was this bathroom.
My very own renovated bathroom was inspired by a room just like this, but now I realise what mine is missing - a beautiful rug! What a perfect romantic sanctuary.
Oh I love her style!


Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

A dream bathroom indeed! So romantic.


AnastasiaC said...

Wow! beautiful...i love it too!
mine is so bland compared to this!


We think so much alike! Even before I read your words I said to myself: 'Self. You gotta get yourself one of those rugs.' Isn't that something?

Villa Anna said...

LPE, you crack me up! LOL @ "Self"

The rug is a definate must :)

Jean said...

It's lovely! I would not have considered this color scheme, but it's done so beautifully.

annechovie said...

Beautiful bathroom, Anna! Thanks!

~j~ said...

Hi Anna,
thank you so much for your kind words. I am finally up an about (kind of) and i just know that if I had this bathroom that i might have felt a little more glamorous whilst being a tad ill :)
can't wait to catch up with your other postings.
xo julia

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

Oh Anna - how did I miss this post? YUM -a- licious - and for a bathroom babe like yourself I'm sure its even more yum :-)

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

oh rats blogger ate my comment !

take 2

In summary - I like!!

Villa Anna said...

It ate it then spat it out lol

Anna ;)

Anonymous said...

These are really beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us. Just a note, the portrait of "Jean Harlow," is really Marilyn Monroe as Jean Harlow. It was from a photoshoot from Life Magazine in which Marilyn posed as other famous beautiful women like Theda Bara, Lillian Russell, Jean Harlow, etc.