Bathtime Goodies

February 26th, 2013 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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All for one and one for all. This handy little vintage tote houses all your bathtime needs!!
The overall vision of my new bathtime caddy speaks louder than words.
Speaking of two simple elements. A clean yet crusty stool (the best kind) and a little something sterile.
Ahhhh....the DeWitt Steri-Tool. I believe, and please correct me if I am wrong (I know from past experience you will) that this was used to hold tools of the trade in a barber shop. When I found it the tools were missing so I knew I had to re-purpose with a purpose. Also, a very dear friend of mine calls me Whit so it has extra special meaning to me!
Yup...clean but crusty. The perfect combination in my world.
Oh baby, this is what I call a full meal deal!!
I always need a place to put my pony holders and jewelery. The narrow little compartment in the front is ideal for this very purpose. Oh yes...and then there is the intensive eye cream that will provide me with a more youthful and less tired look. That my friends will always be front and center!
Fresh flowers in the bathroom. Me thinks so!
Details please. I always have plenty of old bottles hanging about for this very purpose. Vintage string and an old clock part embellish the bottle nicely.
No post is complete without a side view. Are you with me??
Finally...its time to slip in and soak. Dont forget to have your favorite music on hand as well. This goes out to all my Nashville Vintage Marketplace ladies. The amazingly talented Eric Heatherly played at VMP in Nashville and now I know that there are at least 5 overplayed 2 High 2 Cry CDs. Being the technologically challenged person that I am well have to have Lanette tell you how to like his FB page and find his music!!! Notice how the CD jacket matches my colorway. Go figure!!! If it turns green...
All for one and one for all. This handy little vintage tote houses all your bathtime needs!!

All for one and one for all. This handy little vintage tote houses all your bathtime needs!!


After a long hard day it is always lovely to soak your cares away in a candlelit bathroom You'll need all your accrutements close at hand so as not to disturb your peaceful time. Two simple vintage elements and a handful of product in very pretty packaging does the trick...for me at least!

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Comments (5)

JunkArchitect writes: Beautiful, and what I consider the perfect combination...clean yet crusty. I'm a little envious when I see such a nice bathroom. I literally have NOTHING displayed in mine...nothing. Not even a Q-Tip, toothbrush or pony holder!


Posted: 1:01 am on March 3rd
georgiamoon writes: Sue, this is such a fresh look for the bathroom. I love all the vintage items and the pops of color that you used. You have assembled all the things you would want to have for a relaxing soak and layered them in such an appealing way. This is totally YOU! Love the whole package!
Georgia Posted: 7:18 am on February 27th
CottageElements writes: Ok, it was a "typo". But I could also say I like his "face", too! Just don't tell my hubby. He's already getting sick of me listening to his CD!!

Lani Posted: 12:32 pm on February 26th
suewhitney writes: Thanks, Lanette! One question though...did you mean to say "like" his face? Or was this a slip and you really meant to say Facebook? Hmmmm...

Sue Posted: 12:24 pm on February 26th
CottageElements writes: Ha! Great little tote you got there, Ms. Sue! Very handy! And one of the best little accessory you have to go with it is that there CD you have to listen to while soaking in the tub :-) If you want to check out Eric's music or "like" his face you can go here: Just copy and past the link in your browser. Be sure to let him know we sent ya! And just a warning, it is VERY addicting!

Lani Posted: 10:57 am on February 26th
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