I have posted pictures of my guest bathroom before but I wanted to share two items that I purchased at the Country Living Fair and added to the room. This small bathroom was originally the bourning room when the house, the Brayton Homestead, was built in 1796.
The fair was so fantastic! I have not stopped thinking about all the lovely antiques, jewelry and crafts I bought and all the incredible things I did not. A black lidded mason jar soap dispenser completed a long search for just the right vessel for my favorite ginger hand soap and there it was at the fair.
Behind the doors on the right are a washer and dryer with shelves above; so easy to get laundry done. Another shutter door hides a shower. The bathroom project came out better than I expected and offers so many uses.
Has been a few months since the CL Fair and getting things placed. The black and white hide was the other new addition to the room from the fair.
Louver shutters are repeated on the windows, top and bottom. They offer many configurations for season and light changes. I like to use shutters on client work for that same reason. Will share more finds from the Country Living Fair. Enjoy and thanks for visiting!
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