a change of scene


(sorry, i forget where this image came from)

hey guys, i just had to get out of the boudoir for a minute and get in to the bath. interesting when you focus so much on one niche then change your perspective.


via clarityinwonderland.blogspot.com

i have to work a bit and then head out but just wanted to check in with some fresh energy. where ever you i hope you’re right where you want to be.


(dang! i didn’t note this one either. if you know where it came from please let me know. i think it’s so important to credit sources. ok note to self: when i find a shot and save it i’ll rename it then and there with where it came from).

anyway hope your night’s just getting started whether you’re staying in blogging or headed out for a boogie night! ~happy weekend to us all~

June 27, 2009. Uncategorized.


  1. sk replied:

    the images are wonderful!


  2. Melissa replied:

    These are gorgeous photos – especially the final two. There is nothing more wonderful than soaking in a beautiful tub!

    Wishing you a peaceful weekend….


  3. A Gift Wrapped Life replied:

    Good morning Claudia! Hope all is well down there in Miami, bet it is sizzling hot at least. So you might need the bathtubs!


  4. YSLGuy replied:

    I love the bathroom with the windows. Although I’d fear for peeping toms.


  5. rochambeau replied:

    I hope you too are happy right where you are today Claudia!



  6. French furniture replied:

    Third photo: wow, that’s a bathroom! Amazing!!!!


  7. tifftastic replied:

    wow. i would spend hours in *any* of those. :)


  8. Lenox Ave replied:

    I’m obsessed with bathrooms, so this is right up my alley. ;)


  9. zelda replied:

    the secound without a doubt … but for a week only .


  10. Passementerie replied:

    They’re gorgeous pictures. One of the blisses of living in a house after years of apartment living is that our bathroom has a WINDOW. A large, south-facing Victorian sash window. Luxury indeed.


  11. FrenchBlue replied:

    Ummmmmm is that rose water? Do you know in N.P. Rhode Island at the Gloria Vanderblit mansion there is a bathtub that brings in the ocean water….AND the faucet is a fish! AND the motif over the doors are clam shells AND the walls a very very pale green~~~ Have fun!


  12. Melissa Allam replied:

    Hello Claudia,

    These are beautiful bath. I am writing also to thank you so much for the package of goodies that you sent. I will certainly make use of them. Blessings to you.


  13. Di Overton replied:

    Oh that tin bath in the garden does it for me.


  14. Real Card Studio replied:

    I love that bathroom! Carrera marble is my fave, and I love the window and sweeping views from the bathtub!!


  15. kinha replied:

    I’m glad you visit my blog. Your’s so nice and,too.Come again.


  16. Cris replied:

    Your lovely package arrived on Friday, at the end of a very long week. Escaping the sticky grasp of two shrieking children, stepping first on soggy cereal and then on sharp legos, I staggered to the door to get the bills from the mail box, all the while wondering how in the world I was going to survive through dinner time and bed time. And there in the mail was a little piece of ephemera heaven, kindly sent by a total stranger who had no idea she was saving my life (or those of the sticky shriekers – I’m not sure). The bounty remains on a kitchen counter, spread out on the blue tissue paper, where it lifts my spirits every time I pass it and distracts me from the shattered crackers under foot.

    Clearing stuff up, parceling it out, placing it beautifully in scalloped tissue, sandwiching it into bags that must be paid for, addressing them by hand, schlepping them to the post office, slogging through the line and the weighing of each package and then paying the bill to mail them to random unknown readers; not at all glamorous and yet, the stuff that angels are made of.

    Thank you.


  17. theparisapartment replied:

    hi guys
    sorry i’ve been so out of touch. a bit of debauchery this weekend rendered me useless for a couple days, i’m not the party girl i used to be!
    i’m so glad you’re starting to get your packages and cris, your note made it all worthwhile. i felt terrible cause i realized i left out a personal note to you but am happy to see it didn’t matter. no it wasn’t easy to schlep and pack etc, but to get the note that you just sent i’d do it all over again. i adore you all whether we ‘know’ each other or not. you’re my rocks!


  18. Nicolette replied:

    The last bathroom example is so counter intuitive, and yet somehow, it just works. Generally, designs would use things like blinds to block outside light, and feature interior lighting. This one just opens it all up.

    But as I said, somehow, the open and clean design just looks amazing.



  19. Clarity replied:

    That is so sweet of you to credit me, although that was a picture I found off the net to capture the “vanity” of it all, the ones on my blog are mine though, hope you like :)


  20. Fifi Flowers replied:

    I am painting a whole series of bathtubs… I’ve been thinking about using that tub you show outdoors… such a FUN photo!


  21. Chessa replied:

    Ilove those tubs. my parents have an antique tub in their backyard…they painted it purple and filled it with flowers.


  22. Keith replied:

    Great photos. They are all wonderful.


  23. Kelli replied:

    Great images Claudia!
    I love taking baths and now that our new jet-tub is finally in I think I will be found there many evenings.


  24. kayellen replied:

    Always a pleasure to stop by and see what you are up too!

    Love your last 3 posts!!!


    Happy 4th!!!



  25. Margot Austin replied:

    Really lovely photos. Thanks so much for the escape! I recognized the pretty shot with the gold faucet — love this woman’s work.

    Here’s the link:


  26. checking in before taking off « the paris apartment replied:

    […] credit to the top bath on the post from the other day: it’s eva lindh, stylist extraordinaire. check her […]


  27. Shabby Chic Furniture replied:

    As much as I would love to have the 3rd bathroom shown, the second has that fabulous rustic ‘je-ne-sais-quoi’ that attracts the romantics at heart!


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