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so simple...


{photo from here}


So simple and yet so effective. What is not to love about this bathroom. I am about to start work on a new design project and this is just what I had in mind for the bathroom......c'est parfait.
Leeann x

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  1. Gorgeous... one for my future 'dream house' scrap book! Are you planning this for your house or for someone elses?

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  2. Hi Leeann,

    I love the bathroom, especially the gorgeous bath in the middle of the room.
    So sorry to hear of your Grandmother being in hospital and sending my well wishes for her that she will soon be out again.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  3. bathtubs are a must in every bathroom, but this one is gorgeous in particular... love these free standing models

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  4. mais oui....cést vraiment parfait!!!!!! I would so much love to just lie there....like forever :))))
    tove:)

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  5. Simply elegant Leeann!
    I think this is truly how a bath should be!
    Have a great week!
    Donna

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  6. That mirror makes it for me. It's really beautiful. Vanna

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  7. I LOVE that space!;) Hugs,Rachel

    French Farmhouse 425

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  8. Love this tub - would rip out the wall shower/tub combo with my bare hands in a second if I thought I could have this one...it is so pretty and I love how it free-stands in the room.

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  9. every woman should have a tub and a chandelier like that in their bathroom.

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  10. I do love that tub! I've always wanted one just like it! I love the look of the mirror but it would have to be really dim lights when I get it that tub! LOL

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  11. Pretty! I want to do something similar in my much smaller (4' by 6') guest bath. Have to pay off my kitchen remodel first! Love to have you stop by and check it out!
    Oh, I'm now a follower!

    ~Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage

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