Tuesday, March 29, 2011


                                             This is my tub 'to be' ! 
We're redoing our master bed and bath. 
The first thing on my list, is to get rid of the jetted tub, and replace  it with an old clawfoot. 
 When you say 'updating' most folks think of  modernizing, but I'm the opposite. 
My dream is to own a very old house...but since that is not in the forseeable future,  I need to make my house  'feel' old. 
So anyway, this tub is the starting point  for the masterbath redo. 
While my kids were growing up, we lived in an old house with a clawfoot tub, and no shower, and that worked fine for me, and it's what I want again. (there is another shower in the house). 
Anyway, things usually take a long time getting done in my house, and even though it can be frustrating,  it can be a good thing.   It takes me a while to make decisions. especially if it's something I have to live with for a while.
Below are images of bathrooms that give me a feeling that I really like...I think it mostly the simplicity.
so I'll have to post a picture of my bathroom now (scary thought), so that you can see where I take it.  But be patient!

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About Me

ct, United States
Hi, I'm Priscilla. This blog is basically a diary, in photos, so that i might capture tiny pieces of time...that pass, far too quickly...and the older i get, the faster time passes. So here's a little bit about me: I live in Southern New England, (one of the worlds most beautiful places,in my opinion) I'm a Mom of 3, and grandma to 1 beautiful little girl. I love my kids, my grandaughter & my husband, more than anything in the world, BUT...there ARE other things I LOVE too...like pizza! & summertime & ice cold beer & red wine...brisk Autumn days, sitting by the fireplace, old houses, stone walls, flea markets, second hand shops, old painted furniture, decorating (and then redecorating). Warm sunny mornings on the porch, Earl Grey tea, and sultry late afternoons at the beach, and taking pictures. And Last, but by no means least, home.