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Monday, April 6, 2015

Your thoughts, please

Via Pinterest.

13 comments:

Jacinta Arnold said...

Lovely...just don't want to clean it.

Debra Phillips said...

perfect! for a newly nouveau rich princess wanna be

Pigtown*Design said...

That tub is going to tarnish after the first few hot showers. I'd hate to be the one to keep it polished.

Price Style & Design said...

The tub feet look frighteningly real to me. Yikes!

Sharon Brown said...

Is that the magic bathroom that only exists in my dreams, where if you are a mother you can go and your children will not be able to bother you while you are in the tub?

Kathy said...

I'll like that tub in a few years when it has the right patina on it...don't polish....of course it would have to be moved to a larger space with high ceilings and aged wood plank floors...the rest of the room gives me a headache...especially on a Monday.

Charlotte Skinner said...

A lot going on here.....but the real issue is I just can't deal with those feet.

~Charlotte
Simplylovedesign.blogspot.com

jason said...

Oh you're asking the wrong princess here, but yes!

Gray said...

liberace

Jessie said...

This is actually a beautiful tub minus the tub feet!

blog said...

I like the orchid. Jane

Unknown said...

Anyone else hear the distant sound of the citizens coming for Marie Antoinette?

Marcheline said...

@blog : How do you know the orchid's name is Jane?

*wink*