October 28th, 2008
When it comes to interior decorating, bathrooms are one of most over-looked areas of the home. Attention is always paid to kitchens and dining rooms, but bathrooms can also be places of stylish serenity and not just dumping grounds for used Q-tips and zit creams.
Farm vases, $1.99 each – I own three of these Jonathan Adler-inspired white vases. I never feel pressured to keep them filled with flowers since they’re so pretty on their own.
Diptyque Figuier Candle, $60 – I like Diptyque candles for their classic design, fragrant smells and serious burning time.
Monique Round Tray, $60 – The vintage-inspired pattern and unique, circular shape make this the perfect stage for arranging little treasures.
Rosebud Salve, $6 - I slather this soothing balm on my lips, but it also helps dry cuticles and is an excellent tamer for stray eyebrows.
Who’s the Fairest Mirror, $148 - The brass twigs of this dainty mirror lend such a nature-inspired element.
Molton Brown Rose Granati Hand Wash and Cream, $25 – Usually rose-scented things are too sweet for me, but the combination of pomegranite, ginger and black pepper make this simply irresistable.
Silver Woods Canister, $28 - This little jar is such a charming way to store odds and ends like cotton balls or earrings.
Marvis Classic Strong Toothpaste, $8.50 – Brushing your teeth is made all the more enjoyable with this fun tube of toothpaste in a dangerously minty flavor.
What do you keep in your bathroom to make it more inviting?