The other day, I blogged about our powder room’s finishing touches.
Turned out there were so many, I had to divide them into 2 posts!
I bought this vintage towel bar several years (really!) ago,
saving it for the front of our vanity cabinet.
It’s clear glass + has a pair of chippy white metal brackets.
Part of me wanted to sand + re-paint said-same brackets,
but my desire for a less “new” re-do won out.
Meanwhile, a vintage-style scale that we had made the move:
As did my beloved NYC skyscrapers night light (from etsy):
L – R: (my personal favorite) the Chrysler Building,
the Empire State Building + 30 Rock.
Next up — our large IKEA floor mirror,
which had been in our bedroom, back in the brick bungalow:
At first, we put it in the bedroom at the Dutch colonial.
However, one afternoon I had a yen to move it to the powder room,
where it brightens + enlarges the space very nicely!
the door was supposed to be Flagstone, the same gray as the walls.
Some sort of mix up occurred, however,
+ I just didn’t have the heart to share with G.O.
I think the door is going to remain Black Magic, + I think it looks great.
But back to my powder room “groovies”, as I like to call them.
Check this out!
When I spied this vintage map waste can online, I knew I had to have it!
I bought it from my friend, Mary’s, booth — called hello vintage.
I mean, come ON. How darling, am I right?
Who doesn’t love white ironstone?
Fiesta Ware (+ lots of it!)
Follow hello vintage on Facebook, here:
Or, if you live in the Chicago area, visit her antiques booth(s) in person.
Hello vintage is in both the True North Downtown, here:
+ the new True North Warehouse, both in Morris, Illinois.
While you’re there, be sure to see my own space,
RedBird Vintage Home.
Disclaimer: I no longer have my retail space.
Stay tuned for my next “big move”.
I’m inside the downtown True North, too!
501 N. Liberty St. in Morris.
RedBird is right across the aisle from hello vintage!