Tuesday, June 28, 2011

{ haute household under $25 } bathroom

Hi friends! My name is Lynzy and I am from Sparkling Footsteps. Aside from my fashion blog, I am an avid runner training for the NYC marathon, huge foodie and love working in the ER as a Physician Assistant. I am guest posting today for Jessica and wanted to share with you some items that you can use to help recreate a stylish bathroom (each item is under $25!)
Bathroom Chic
I absolutely adore all of these green glass dishes and bottles via Anthropologie. The color helps to bring out the green in the shower curtain. I recently started to redecorate our new apartment and these colors would defintiely help to brighten it up a bit. I mixed in a hint of blue with the bath mat and totally adore the little man soap dish.

I also bought these cute vinyl art deco letters to go along the outside of the bath tub via etsy. The letters read "Get Naked." and make me smile every morning. Get them here.

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Thanks for letting me guest post, Jessica! :)

9 comments:

  1. Ooh that soap dish is TOO fun! Good luck with the move dear!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  2. haha, your shower is adorable!

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  3. Love the Anthro items and "get naked" sticker..too funny!

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  4. I love little glass jars for the bathroom. It makes everything seem so clean!

    <3 aj
    Cashmere&Candy

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  5. Haha aww that is so cute! I want that for my tub! XD But I don't think my dad and brothers would approve :p
    http://www.closet-fashionista.com

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  6. Nice picks Lynzy! I really like the shower curtain.

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  7. oh.. so nice post.)
    Love your blog.))

    I now spend a survey of bloggers with such questions.
    1. Why did you create a blog?
    2. For whom you taking him? Want to be popular?
    3. How long will it keep going?

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  8. Great picks! I love the writing on the side of the bathtub. I've seen this type of art for walls, but not a tub. Very cool!
    www.SproutThroughConcrete.com

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