what’s in your bathroom?
by victoria comment


modern bathroom with vintage decor, white painted brick walls and wood floors and freestanding white tub. / sfgirlbybay

i don’t know about you, but my bathroom is kind of my sanctuary and contains the beauty accouterment of all my daily rituals. even after moving from my pretty amazing remodeled bathroom when i sold my house, i’ve come to embrace the vintage charm of my current cottage loo and all its quirks. it’s filled with good-smelling products and my regular beauty regime — if you want to call it that. i’ve got a mixture of high-end to low-end drugstore priced products that i’ve sworn by for years, and some new products i’ve been trying since the aging process has begun to seriously kick in (who is that person in the mirror with all those lifelines!?). i thought i’d share some of my tried and true favorites (who’s still using Maybelline great lash waterproof mascara? i think i’ve been using it since i was like 15!) and some new products i’m really loving, along with some vintage-inspired bathroom decor i quite love.

bathroom with modern wall lighting fixtures and sink mixed with vintage brass mirror and faucet. / sfgirlbybay

vintage inspired bathroom decor and modern beauty products. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: gilded mirror via brooke giannetti; woodlot soaps via randa salloum; the society inc. soap dish; my daily skincare regime true botanicals; black tile (unknown source); Aesop Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser; ornate tile border via katie considers; Aesop Reverence Aromatique Hand Balm; vintage brass mirror via rowen & wren; the perfect cateye via handcrafted in virginia; black bath towels via remodelista.

moody bathroom with black walls and vintage brass fixtures and exposed piping. / sfgirlbybay

modern beauty products and vintage bathroom decor inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: rustic tub via lonny; my favorite new scent le labo SANTAL 33 eau de parfum; marilyn large format print via lovely market; my favorite conserva collective soaps; twiggy; i swear by Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Tinted Lip Balm; lingerie line drying via @isa_arfen; Aquis Waffle Luxe Hair Turban; HERBIVORE Rose Quartz Facial Roller; arched shower entrance via all sorts of; laura mercier Tinted Moisturizer Natural Skin Perfector; schoolhouse electric Vintage Check Towels; Benefit Benetint Lip & Cheek Stain; back scrubber via garden style living; nars Velvet Shadow Stick in Nepal.

all white bathroom with subway tile and exposed brass pipe faucets and vintage brown glass apothecary bottles. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed bathroom with black and white geometric floor tile and vintage clawfoot tub and sheer shower curtain. / sfgirlbybay

bold tile in rustic modern bathroom shower with partial glass enclosure and exposed copper piping. / sfgirlbybay

vintage inspired bathroom with concrete walls and industrial pipe shower curtain rod with clawfoot bathtub. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed bathroom with industrial chic fixtures, painted clawfoot tub and wood vanity. / sfgirlbybay

black and white vintage inspired bathroom decor. / sfgirlbybay

• all other photography credits in order of appearance: lynda gardener; planete deco; miss moss; remodelista; penny wincer photography; lovely market; the design files; james balston; @kawa_heart_studio; avenue lifestyle.

4 responses to “what’s in your bathroom?”

  1. I dont think of myself as a gemaphobe, but all these sinks and their taps, except for the last one make my toes curl. I would not want to wash my face using any of them! My bathroom is pale grey and white with really good lighting, white porcelain sink, and belgian linen towels I made myself by hemming linen yardage from fabric.com. Some cotton throw rugs easily washed. Rose water facial toner, manuka honey cream, devita mineral sunscreen, glossier boybrow, red lipstick. My bioidentical hormones (being of that age), and a few manicure things and cotton balls. Bamboo toothbrush, Toms toothpaste and some cardamom teflon free floss. Working on going zero waste/less plastic… so some of things will get replaced with better options going forward. The older I get, less is more.

  2. It all looks like a beautiful spa. Self-pampering is good for the soul. Gives you the revitalization you need to go through your days.

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