Sunday, December 1, 2013

Blinged Out Bathroom



(Thank you to Debra at Common Ground for featuring this post!)
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!  Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, I thought I'd show you more of my holiday decor.

Our first floor powder room is tiny, but it still deserves some holiday sparkle!
So it got all blinged out with silver tones and glittery accents.

I started with a tarnished silver tray and built on it with a silver tree...




...decked out with a few glittery ornaments...




...and placed in a 'French' bucket purchased at Tuesday Morning.




Then I added a glittery cardinal perched near 3 little zinc pots...




...and I filled a little silver dish with some clock faces (recently purchased at an Antique Show) and a mix of frosted and shiny silver balls...




...to create this vignette...




I've had this rusty metal cart in here for ages.  It fits the spot perfectly, so I just change out the accessories.

I hung the sparkly 'Noel' sign on the glass knob...




...and filled a painted wooden box (with my favorite number) with large silver ornaments.





On the bottom shelf I used an old metal bucket to hold rolls of toilet paper...









And here's a wider view of this VERY small room...




On the slice of wall space between the cart and the sink I hung an unique item that I just bought at a little vintage home decor shop.




It's a rusty metal lid from some sort of barrel-that got my attention right away!  Some creative person glued sheet music to it, glittered the edges, and added a sprig of greenery.  So simple but charming!
It really spoke to me and I had to bring it home!




I placed a mercury glass candleholder on the sink...




...and dressed up the vintage mirror with a glittery white and silver holiday sign...




On the other side of the window I hung a tall, skinny barn wood chalkboard...




...written with a Christmas sentiment...







So there you have it!




My little blinged out bathroom!




Thanks for stopping by!  Have a fantastic day :)

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45 comments:

  1. Such a pretty vignette - who would ever want to leave your bathroom now?? The clock faces are my favorite, and all the white and silver is well coordinated. XOXO

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  2. I love the vintage mirror! All the bling is very festive!

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  3. Lovely ... Vintage Bling! What a great spin on vintage and bling.
    Irene

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  4. I LOVE this, Susan!! The mix of rustic and shiny is just wonderful. So soothingly festive! And I love the fun tree and how it's decorated!! PERFECT for this little room!!
    Mary Alice

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  5. who doesn't love a blinged out bathroom?!?! love it!

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  6. Hi Susan,
    That beautiful mirror reflecting Your Silver Treasures . . .
    GORGEOUS !!

    BIG HUGS,
    JOE & GLENN

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  7. its all just perfect, I love how you used the mirror to hand decor from. Beautiful space for Christmas!

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  8. We spend a lot of time in the bathroom -- I believe it should be as decorated as the rest of the house! I think if mine was as lovely as yours, I would never leave!

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  9. So cute! I love anytime you can add a little bling :)
    Love the tree.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  10. Lovely space. You could turn a size of a dime into something cute. Have a great day!

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  11. Adorable!
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

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  12. It all just looks great! I love the simplicity and warmness in your decor...Makes me feel at home. Blessings!

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  13. Susan,
    I love it. Can't say this enough to you but you are the queen of vignettes. Love that special tree. Too pretty.
    Kris

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  14. I love the silver and white theme you used in there. That little silver tree is so unique. And the silver bucket you found at Tuesday Morning is perfect for it! Any guest would be happy to use your bathroom now!

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  15. I love the wee tree and the silver touches. The metal lid is brilliant:}

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  16. super super cute...love the Toilet paper in the bucket

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  17. I will be lucky to get the livingroom and family room decorated!

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  18. Pretty! Makes for a more enjoyable trip to the powder room.
    I have not done any decorating. :/
    Have a great week.

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  19. all so cute, but that little rustic shelf is my fave. great find!

    be blessed
    barb

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  20. Adorable! I am using silver and white on my buffet this season - quite the change for me but I am loving it. Where did you get your gorgeous tree from?
    Susan

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  21. The bathroom is pretty and perfect the way it is decorated for Christmas! I love the tree and the chalk board with the message on it! It will be bright and cheery in there! Wishing you a wonderful holiday season. Julie

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  22. You get an A for penmanship and an A+ for blingmanship!
    Deb

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  23. Adorable. I love the touches of silver and white.

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  24. I love the clockfaces in the middle of the Christmas decorations!

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  25. I love everything about this! :) So pretty!

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  26. Wonderful job decorating. I love everything you have done. I appreciate you taking the time to share with us.
    *Smiles*

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  27. Very lovely! That bucket is gorgeous, and perfect for the tree. Love those clock faces. Your vignette is sooo elegant... and fun at the same time.

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  28. So beautiful. You used one of MY FAVORITE transfers. Love the bling!!!

    Cynthia

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  29. When I saw the "3" on the box I knew it was you! Lovely silver theme and once again, great attention to the small details.

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  30. Just love your blinged out bathroom…love the tree in the pail…I have a "pail tree" too…Looking forward to your many wonderful Christmas creations!!

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  31. Yours is the nicest blinged out bathroom I've ever seen! Wow, love all your creative touches. That sign looks like it was made to go with your beautiful mirror.

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  32. What a cheery little powder room! That tinsel tree is so pretty in front of that lacy curtain. Darling!

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  33. Oh my word, how fabulous is this. I love it. Such a great way to bring Christmas into the bathroom. Gorgeous. Thanks so much for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  34. I think you did a wonderful job of making your little powder room all Christmasy. It looks absolutely charming in all its glitz!

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  35. The more bling the better! You've created such a cozy space to powder your nose.

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  36. Absolutely, sweet & beautiful.

    Love the crispy shabby touch.

    Greetings,
    /CC girl

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  37. It's charming! Each thing you've put in that small room is just right and not too much. I bet your guests love seeing it.

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  38. I just love your bathroom. The galvanized bucket with TP, too cute!!

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  39. Love all the silver touches. The french bucket is great! Beautiful job!

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  40. So very pretty! Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  41. So very pretty!!! I love it! Merry Christmas!! xo Holly

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  42. I almost missed this, but caught it over at Debra's. I really, really like this little bathroom, and the way you decorated on the cart. And I would've snapped up that little lid with sheet music too - good find!

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