I have been redoing the top my Victorian Dresser turned sink..I bought this olden dresser in 1998 just for the purpose of making it into a sink for the Hers bathroom...dresser ca. 1910 quarter sawn oak...
I love the way it turned out...Now the first 2 drawers are no longer in use, as the carpenter had to cut the back out in the dresser so the plumbing pipes has a place to go..So he glued the drawers front on...The bottom drawer is still a good size for all my towels ...
I love my sweet little cherub lamp...
The lamp shade is called a small tulip and I made it..the fabric is backcloth from the 40's it was a drapery panel..
The bead trim is pearls..Now I can't remember who asked me about the beads I use for my lamps..they all come pre-strung and are $1.10 per inch..The large tulip shades I made are 80 inches around so the beads alone cost me $88.00
My Victorian Hair brush and mirror sit on the left side of the sink dresser..
Victorian calling card holder I use to hold my hand towel..
My wall lamps were gas but have been converted just for this bathroom..the shades are from ca.1860 this is the one on the right side of dresser...
I have one on each side of the dresser..
This is a drapery holder ..I could not find a towel holder that I liked so I use this holder instead ha ha!!
The soap dispenser and tissue holder my mama made for me about 20 years ago..
The left wall sconesAnd of course nothing in my home would be complete without a Bust on it ha ha!! I love me girls..
I'm joining Marty today for TTT ...Thanks Marty
And Kim for WUW...Thanks Kim..
Please go by and see each of these great gals...
Until next time from my mountain to yours,
Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria