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Whilst looking for a room to feature in this week’s ‘Get their look‘ feature, I came across this bathroom. One word… WOW! It belongs to lifestyle blogger and journo, Emily Murray. Her award-winning blog, The Pink House, is full of really inspired and inspiring interiors.
The first thing that caught my eye in this photo was that super wallpaper – exotic, opulent and just so beautiful. The colour-matched brass taps, towel warmer and light give the room a sumptuous feel – Cleopatra herself would be delighted at taking her ass’ milk bath in here!
On further inspection, you’ll see how well she has designed and fitted a really, really awkward space. The bathroom is located in the eaves of the house; while all the interesting sharp angles look attractive, it meant that she had to install a ‘kneeling’ shower in the compact space. Storing the ablutionary accoutrements of a family of four hidden away in the custom-built under-sink unit keeps the surfaces clutter-free. The Pantone pink espresso mug of flowers gives a knowing nod to The Pink House.
Pop on over Emily’s blog to see all the before & after photos and read about this successful bathroom redesign. You’ll really love her writing style and turn of phrase.
Overton wall light with prismatic glass globe
Osborne & Little Derwent wallpaper, charcoal, W5796-01
Farrow & Ball ‘Down Pipe’
Ceramic melon knob
Evnille towel warmer
Pantone 7432 bone china mug, Raspberry Crush
Grubby Cow zesty hand wash (300ml)
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Today was one of the days that you just fell like staying indoors and seeing some TV and just surf on the iNeT.
Once on the iNet I came up with one of those Long Expo LED Photos and I decided to try this out.
The hole setup was in my bathroom it’s is the only place in my house where I can get TOTAL Darkness.
Gathered some LED’s a MulitVolt AC/DC adapter and a long cable that I had around house and just locked my self in the bathroom ;- )
I well try to find a Bigger place so I a can try a more complex setup, some thing like with two or three strings with multiple LED’s.. Now that’s COOL!!!
The ones i most liked::
This Orange/Red color is because I am feeding a Green LED 5 Volts 😉 Yes i killed it in about 5 Minuts but the color is so Cool!!