Monday, January 11, 2010

Woodlawn

I am loving the combination of old and new in this one-of-a-kind turquoise bathroom! The lovely Devon of The Wisteria House included the bathroom in her post about the renovation of the Virginia home named Woodlawn that was built in 1797. To see more of the beautiful home, and to learn why the renovation was a major puzzle, go here!

27 comments:

Sarah @ Dream In Domestic said...

Wow - this room is incredible, I don't even know what to say! It's so unique! I want it!

Queenplinker said...

Oh that takes my breath away!

I received a gallon of turquoise paint for Christmas. It's to paint my front door, it's just too cold to do tho. I bet I can paint my bathroom dresser and still have enough leftover for the door. wooo hooo
Thank you for the inspiration!!!
Lynea

ale said...

hola erin!!!! l agree with you!!!that mix between the olds and news is BEAUTIFULL!!!!!!so diferent and so singular!!!!!!!me encanta!!!!!muchos besos para vos and have a very beautifull week!!!!!

Mary said...

This bathroom is definitely one of a kind! I've been stalking your blog lately, and just wanted to say hello! I too have always had a deep love for the color turquoise, and it seems like its popping up more and more lately!

Devon said...

Erin!! Thanks for the mention. I am so glad you loved the bathroom. When I saw it, I thought of your blog. I always enjoy my daily dose of turquoise from you!

Lovely Scribbles said...

What a unique bathroom! The turquoise details really add a brightness to an otherwise dark room. LOVE it!!

Bailey @ peppermintbliss said...

Without even reading your comment I was about to say, LOVE the old turquoise wash with the pop of the new turquoise finish on the vanity! Fab combo of old and new! Great minds think alike!

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

This is such a beautiful bathroom! The floors are gorgeous and the turquoise works so well.

Morning T said...

That is absolutely incredible- I love the combo!

Linz said...

The vintage, faded blue door and wall accents are just...to die for. I love them!!

Lauren said...

oh wow this is so amazing... love!!!

Acanthus and Acorn said...

Ok, I would have never thought to do turquoise on a vanity, but it sure looks good here. I have some for you today as well:)

Emma Wuebben said...

Love this room too! I really like the mixture of old and new... that door is so neat! Also love turquoise. My mom was always painting everything in the house (furniture, the floor, my childhood room, etc.) turquoise and I grew to love it!

Really enjoy your blog!

monicalee said...

Oh Erin! I am loving the blog! I think I am going to stop what I am doing right now and clean my house, ha!

gnz\\\\\ said...

love this blog!

Magic Brush said...

"Jinkies Scoob!!!"... I love it!

pk @ Room Remix said...

I like the mix too and that VANITY!

Creative Coquette said...

What a gorgeous combination. That door took my breath away!

Laura Trevey said...

rustic and beautiful together!!

xoxo

micah @ the yellow front door said...

Very pretty and unique!

soulflower said...

OH YUMMY!

Melissa said...

I love how she mentioned you with that bathroom-- I've started thinking the same thing whenever I see turquoise! That is some house!

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Lesley @ The Design File said...

Love this...so beautiful!

Tee of Dragonfly Cottage said...

oh-my-god Erin!!! Those walls are divine! And against the bright new turquoise cabinets... *squeal-worthy* This is SO gorgeous!!! Man I would love this to be my bath!

bbrunophotography said...

Erin, I'm loving the turquoise bathroom. The cabinets are gorgeous.

Turquoise is such a soothing color. I totally get why you like it. How lucky we are that it was chosen as this year's color!

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