This one came from Style Court. It’s Kathyn M. Ireland’s Classic Country:
Or candy pink!
via Living Etc.
Well, this one was on flickr, but only because I swiped it from Living Etc. when I was cataloging some of my favorite clawfoot tubs over there. It’s fun to find a clawfoot tub in an unexpected color like bright green!
photo via Living Etc.
I am goo-goo over this fantastic tub from flickr member mayrichie1. Couldn’t you see planning your entire bathroom around it? I could also see it in someplace like the Ace Hotel, or even in the type of setting it was photographed in here; perhaps as the focal point in some industrial garden, full of plants. I’s just such a great looking object!
If you are interested in learning more about where to get a custom tub like this, click here.
I grew up in a flyover state (Ohio), and they must be on my mind this week. Yesterday I was thinking about midwestern Seed Bombs, and today I’m taking a virtual house tour in Kansas:
Kirstie Alley was on Oprah the other day, talking about how her first job was being a housekeeper at a wealthy family’s home (she recommends cleaning bathrooms with gallons of cheap vodka), and her second job was at an interior decorator who was high on cocaine a lot of the time. She talked about dreaming of owning this house in her hometown of Wichita Kansas, which was the headquarters of the historical society at the time. She decorated it herself, and there is a fun tour of it over at Oprah.com. Personally, I love the bedroom below, and I love that Kirstie is not afraid of loud, bold wallpaper. The kitchen is beautiful, but because it wasn’t all that large, Kirstie bought the house next door, transformed the entire downstairs into a kitchen, and built a bridge between the two houses. You can see a lot of nods to traditional design and a few moves that seem kinda eighties, but who cares? Kirstie is hilarious and my dad and I sat and watched the segments of her and cracked up the entire time.
all images from Oprah.com