Friday, 26 May 2017

Plants and baths



I have had a goal for the last year to fill my bathroom with plants. I have a few now and this summer will be the summer that i get more. I want to have a few hanging plants and a bigger one on my window sill. I really love that nature/outdoor inside feel and the bathroom is one room where I really feel it works well. I have been doing a little research on ones that will thrive in that environment and I cannot wait to start adding new and fresh pieces into the bathroom. 

My bathroom isn't that big but it is a lovely space and lets in a lot of light. In the late spring and summer time, the sun sets around that side of the house so I get a lovely golden glow in there in the evenings. I am always full of ideas for my home and constantly wanting to add and freshen things up and the bathroom is at the top of the list now. 


One of the first things I would love to do in my bathroom is to change the bath. I have a few ideas of what I would like and I have also seen a bath called an Oasis bath which looks pretty wonderful! I would also love to add new wicker baskets in the bathroom as the girls are starting to accumulate their own bath and body products! Of course, i would like to get a few more plants in there and I want to also change the floor. I would love a wooden floor and i know it would transform the room. 


I also love collecting miniature bottles and old medicine bottles and I am going to look at car boots and vintage shops for some more to add around the bathroom and rest of the house. I would love to be able to pop in flowers that the girls pick for me on our adventures.

There is also such a long list of things i would love to do in our house. I am always coming up with new ideas and love changing rooms and features around. I already have my list to head to the garden of plants i would like! 

(this is a collaborative post. all opinions are my own)
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