I can’t think of anything more decadent than soaking in a bath tub full of bubbles, sipping a glass of wine and delving into a good book. If I had the time, I would spend a lot more time in my bathroom. Here are some details from one of the bathrooms in our home.
Carved wood box from Kenya, handed down to me from my parents.
I found an old park bench in a dumpster and used the wood to make a sink counter. You can never have too many candles (Diptyque) or fresh flowers in a bathroom. Juliska ring holder (from Upstairs at Pierre Lafond).
Philippe Starck faucet. I love mixing old and new, modern and vintage.
An antique Indian window frame which we turned into a mirror.
Our claw foot tub makes me think of England and a cottage I grew up in.
Trusty Havaianas. Get a pair at DIANI here.
Stacks of fluffy white towels.
A photograph by my incredibly talented hubby. It’s called, “Running On Empty” and was taken in Watamu, Kenya. See more of his work here.
The “Essentials” shelf. Pretty much all I need to get by when in a hurry.
You can never have too many shower heads.
Photos Jeffrey Doornbos