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Sunday, June 21, 2009

More Bathroom Photos













5 comments:

Michelle@Fromhousetohome said...

Your bathroom is amazing! I came over from RMS and I'm so glad I did. I'm off to check out the other pics of your home. Nice to meet you!
~Michelle

Anne said...

I also came over from RMS. I love that you are keeping the character of your home intact. I love old houses, and it is nice to see that other people do too. I just spent 30 minutes reading some of your older posts and love your style in the house. Great job

Mrs. D said...

Hi Michelle. Hi Anne. Thanks for your kind words. I am outside today on the bucket truck painting the exterior. While I painted DH worked on building porch railings. Come by and visit our website again. We've finished 7 rooms and 6 more to go. Lots more photos to post in the future. Mrs. d

Jacque said...

I ALSO came over from RMS. My husband and I are also renovating a 100 yr old farmhouse. Ours is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in East TN. We are getting "geared up" to tackle our bathroom remodel which will include an old clawfoot tub, so I was happy to see the great job you did on yours! I will check out your other pics also. Please feel free to stop by our farmhouse for a visit. We love having company!

http://campagnemaison-jacque.blogspot.com/

Thanks for sharing!

juicee said...

Mrs. D. Hey! First off, the bathroom looks amazing, along with the rest of the house. Like many others, I was brought to your blog by the rate my space page and I'm glad you decided to go online with your project. I always thought of myself to have a very modern style but your 1893 farmhouse is an absolute true beauty, inside and out, to me and has inspired me a lot. I love your style!! I'm also intrigued by how faithful you are to the houses era but still able to meet the everyday needs and look of 2009.

I'm 18 and after the death of my grandfather about three months ago, I acquired a family home. It was built in 1965, so not too old, but it is in need of a lot of work. I'm working with a very tight budget but within the next five years, I'm looking forward to having this placed restored to a fairly amazing point and you've inspired my greatly.

Youre reading the comment of a soon to be loyal reader. Keep updating and posting!