Saturday, 14 July 2007

A Beachside Bathing Room

I love this image of Annette de la Renta's bathroom - a Venetian mirror, 19th century shell pictures, beach hats and a sumptuous big bath - what more could a girl want at the beach??

14 comments:

Erica said...

Love your blog! Thanks for letting me look. You have many great posts!

Anna said...

Oh, thanks Erica. So glad you enjoy looking! Thanks for stopping by. Hope you stop by again!
XO
Anna

tiffany said...

I noticed similar shell sailors' Valentines were used in a house that one of my favorite designers, Jackye Lanham, had featured in the last issue of Southern Accents. They must have a new issue coming out because I couldn't find any images on their website. Funny how things like that catch on and then you start seeing them everywhere.

Gypsy Purple said...

This is soooo lovely...and I love your image of the week!!!!!

patriciagrayinc.com said...

Love the black accents in this room they pop against the white...and that lantern is great.

Sadie Olive said...

Love your blog! :)

swell.life said...

hello!! i just stumbled across your blog...thanks for sharing such gorgeous inspiration! i am new to the whole blogging (& design) world and i absolutely appreciate this charming site! ~*jess

katiedid said...

Anna- I love this room. The shell pictures really give it a personality. I love anything with shells! :)

Suzy said...

oooh I love that light fitting too!!

KitchAnn said...

This room is exquisite from the curved vanity to the large crown molding detail.

girl meets glamour said...

Such a lovely bathroom...and it's complete with a floppy beach hat too :)

dreamhouse said...

hi anna! this is stunning! no I am just leaving for summerholiday in Denmark. Sitting in beutiful hotel in Tisvildeleje.I am looking for interiors to our new house! I am back soon!!

Cote de Texas said...

Hi - Do you have a copy of Oscar de la Renta's book? You would love it, and should get it if you don't have it. Tons of wonderful pictures of his and Annette's home(s).

Joni

cruststation said...

Love that bath and the shell pictures.