Friday, March 16, 2012

Little Pink Bathroom

This is my very small, very pink bathroom.  When we bought the house it was a french country royal blue and golden yellow wallpaper.  A friend of mine gave me a couple rolls of paintable textured wallpaper.  I think it's probably supposed to look like tin ceiling tiles from the Victorian era, but I used it on the walls and painted it a soft shell pink. The bottom half of the wall is white wood with a floral embossed trim.  Happy Pink Saturday...hope you all have time for a lovely pink bubblebath.


  1. Pretty little pink bathroom! Love the textured wall paper and chandelier.
    Happy Pink Saturday!

  2. Such a cute pink bathroom! My husband would never allow it! But I would just love it. Happy St. Patrick's Pink Saturday. ~Marti

  3. Love that bathroom! esp. the textured wallpaper! Definitely the perfect pamper palace. *wink*

  4. The textured wallpaper made all the difference -- that is, by providing the bathroom with the Victorian feel. Your pink bathroom certainly gives me the impression that I am stepping into another era. I love it! Anyway, did you make those curtains? I like the way it blended well with the overall look of your bathroom. :)

    Sophie Heinicke

    1. I agree with Sophie about your wallpaper. The ambiance is so light and tender; so it feels like the bathroom is made for a royal princess. Well, don't mind me; I’m just being carried away by my emotions. Hehe. It has a nice contrast overall; there is no overpowering color that contradicts with the color pink.

      Guy Mccardle

  5. Wow! It doesn’t look like a house bathroom but more of a fancy, French hotel bathroom. Anyone who takes a bath in your tub must feel like royalty because of all the fancy things around. I love that little chandelier, it’s so cute!

    Chase Conely

  6. Pretty in Pink! The floral embossed trim on the wall provides a lovely royal appeal to your bathroom. However, I think it would be better if your curtain had a floral design in hot pink or metallic. It will definitely complement the overall pink theme of the room.

    Randell Jeffries