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The Tour Part 5: The Master Bath


Well, I realize it's been a while since we had an installment on the house tour. I kind of got stalled with the master bedroom and bath. Why is it that we tend to leave those rooms until the last? Or is it just mine that get junked up with little piles?

Today I'm sharing our master bath. I have to say I do like it alot, I feel very blessed in our rental home.
I work fine with only one sink, but having double sinks is really nice.

Here we have a print of vintage Paris postcards and some guest towels, both vintage and new.

More Paris decor. In case you're wondering why I'm such a Francophile, Vince and I honeymooned in Paris. So it has a special place in our hearts.

This is the private toilet~its great having that all nice an separate.

And here's the shower. That kind of says it all.

Their is also a corner jaccuzi tub. I have to say the corner shape is a little awkward, but it is a nice relaxing tub. But do you see those huge 46" square windows on each side of the tub? Well, let me just say those window blocks don't give the privacy they claim to~I've tested them!:) So after weighing my options and costs for those options, I decided to go with the least expensive, but effective solution: sheers.

Now I know by the very name *sheers* it seems like that wouldn't be the right thing to hang up there, but they actually do the trick. I feel much more comfortable in there now:)

So there it is...the master bath. Hopefully I'll get the master bedroom photo-ready soon.

Comments

Jamie said…
Very nice! I love the tub, I just have a big shower in my bathroom, but would love to have a tub. You're right...two sinks are nice.
Hootin' Anni said…
I love those jacuzzi tubs!!! They are super, aren't they?

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Have a great weekend!
Cindy said…
Very nice! Have a good weekend.
Cindy
Betsy Brock said…
Oooh...very nice! I'd soak in that tub a lot! And I agree...two sinks really are wonderful!
you have an absolutely beautiful home!!
SmilingSally said…
I really liked the way you decorated the walls.
Kayren said…
NOW I know why you're such a Francophile!

It looks nice. I don't have double sinks, and it works fine like you said. Two would be nice, but we've been married long enough we usually share nice. Either that or Hubby knows to wait his turn! :)
Carla said…
Photo ready is right!! Wow!
Your bathroom is lovely...I have those same windows!!!
Happy S & T!
Wonderful bathroom, it seems very large. I am envious. I love the tub.
You have a beautiful home.

Iris
Michelle M. said…
That is really lovely. I am apparently VERY slow at getting my house decorated. I just today put up a couple of prints in our master bath and laundry room :)

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