I caught the sun making some nice shadows on my "new" master bath vanity yesterday, so I snapped a few quick shots. I found an old, gray-painted french piece at Scott's Antique Market in Atlanta last fall and had it converted to hold two sinks. (My plumbing contractor may never speak to me again.) I knew I wanted to have something old as an anchor in the new bathroom, and this piece really suits our 1940's home. We added a calcutta gold marble top and I was super happy that we could place the slab so that a large gray vein ran right between the sinks.
It's been a long haul but we are finally finished. I need to do a few more things, then I'll post more photos.
Until then, you'll find me here. In my new bathroom. I may never come back out.
I love reading and commenting on your blogs. I have been so frustrated lately with a Blogger commenting problem that is keeping me from commenting on many blogs. After doing a little digging, I found this recent Blogger notice:
"We're investigating reports of users not being able to comment on IE8/9 from the embedded form. We hope to have a fix out shortly, but in the meantime we encourage admins to switch to either the full-page or pop-up forms which should be working without issue."
Many times lately, I have tried to leave comments on several blogs but have not been able to sign in. It's nothing you have done; it's a Blogger problem. If you are using the embedded comment form, please consider switching to the pop-up comment form to allow for more comments.
(You should see the steam coming out of my ears after I type a lengthy comment to an awesome post, but then I am unable to publish the comment and it's lost...!)
If I am unable to comment, there are surely others out there who are having the same problem. I hope this helps. I really miss being a part of your conversations!
While in Charleston a few years ago, I saw Angie Hranowsky's work for the first time. I'm still smitten with pretty much everything she does. I have never looked at vintage/mid-century art or lamps the same after seeing her designs. I'd love to have a little of this look in my home...
my decor magazines often sit around unopened while I click from design blog to design blog. I think it's because I like the conversation, the discussion we all have together. I like to get your distinct point of view from a blog or a comment.
where do you get your best inspiration? blogs...magazines....books... friends?