In the past ten years or so we have seen a trend toward lavish master baths that are attached to equally lavish master suites. They are all quite lovely I agree but the baths of late that have captivated me are the ones that use repurposed materials and finishes in artful ways. Style Icon Jill Brinson’s repurposed French Draper’s Table She has the TV stashed in the mirrored cupboard! Jill brinson via house beautiful Isn’t this pretty? Love the urn repurposed into a sink…the columns..love it all Console table repurposed as vanity Love the simple rusticity of the wood, iron, and stone. Segreto Finishes via Pinterest Love the old shutters repurposed into a medicine cabinet door below via bhg.com via pinterest Love the old lanterns suspended from an old beam via pinterest Gorgeous Vintage Fragment Valance for the Shower Curtain via pinterest Can’t go wrong with old shutters via google uk The use of two arched windows together to make one fabulous mirror is genius Amy Morris Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles via pinterest Love this Asian Console Repurposed into a Vanity Repurposed Mirror and Old Garden Sink Perfection! via pinterest The master of Less is More Daryl Carter….love it! Love the mirror out of old ceiling tiles, stone garden sinks! Wendy Owens via pinterest What do you think? Would you prefer a traditional bathroom or one that tweaks the imagination like those above? I would love to hear your comments!
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