Friday, January 06, 2012

A little sea breeze

I love looking at decorator's layouts, but I also enjoy seeing what others have done with their real homes and real rooms. I decided to post a look at my very real home. Nothing really terribly stylish, but I like it and I hope you might enjoy taking a look, too.
I love our Oregon seaside. 
I enjoy the atmosphere over there and always bring home some treasure or other. I have placed lots of seaside inspired objects together in my guest bathroom. I find the colors in this room very soothing and almost spa-like.


Around the sink there are lot of sea-glass and shells in sea colored containers. Pretty candles in various glass containers, and a sweet little Deruta candle holder.
There is a nice big tub and shower with a spa shower head for a nice relaxing or invigorating treat. There are plenty of bath salts, scrubs, gels, and lotions for pampering. 
Years ago, I painted this little painting of the Abalone shell on the table in the picture above . It is the base for all the colors in this room. The little shelf was made by my cousin when he was in high school wood shop. I surrounded the little  Holy Family with sea shells shaped like trees. I glued a little starfish for the Star of Bethlehem. 


Guttemamma said...

Thank you for leaving a note on my blog! Your pictures are so nice:-)

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The Tablescaper said...

Your bathroom is lovely and quite serene. Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

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Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Oh my, it is beautiful. I love your color scheme. Thanks so much for entering my giveaway. I'm following you. Looking forward to exchanging visits.

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Hey there, lovely!

It looks gorgeous! SO relaxing and calming. I love that! I could easily while away plenty of hours there!!


Sherry said...

Wonderful! The beach is always calming. Thank you for linking it to Home Sweet Home!

Barbara said...

Very pretty and calming and very seaside.


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