Vintage French Finds in the Master Bath

1.19.2014

I didn't just buy large pieces while in France last September, but I picked up some smalls, too. After my shipment arrived I added some of my finds to the hutch in the master bath and of course that led to completely redecorating it.

I lucked up and found some wonderful apothecary bottles and  jar.

I placed the apothecary jar and the large clear bottle on the top shelf with a glass canister filled with French soaps.



The white apothecary jar was a very good price because it had a crack down one side that had been glued. I don't care that it isn't perfect and I knew no one would see it anyway. I filled the jar with cotton balls.

Part of the label has worn off on this bottle, but that just adds to the charm.

Now, when I saw these in a shop in France it was like be still my heart. These are the prettiest blue and are in perfect condition. The store owner said it is very rare for the stoppers to even be with bottles this old. These were pricey, but I would have regretted leaving them.

Of course there were other changes using items I had. I added the enamelware sign on a plate stand. The vintage food mold is holding a sack of dried lavender.



White fluffy towels and one vintage linen trimmed in blue.

I love having photos of our grandchildren in the master bath where we can see them daily.

I took down the items I had on top and added this vintage basket that I already had.

I am loving the new additions.

You can see what this looked like before here.

I hope y'all enjoy your week and this three day holiday weekend for those who get Monday off.

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40 comments:

  1. Perfect feel of the French countryside!! Beautifully done, Kim!! blessings ~ tanna

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  2. The French Treasures look great in the hutch!…Now you must always remember my "PB justification theory" when trying to decide to buy something…:) .. Glad you bought those beauties too!

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  3. OH this is lovely, Kim...the apothecary bottles were wonderful finds!

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  4. This is so much fun seeing these beautiful French pieces being placed in your home Kim. I love those blue bottles and your hutch looks gorgeous!

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  5. those apothecary jars are truly charming! I would've grabbed one myself! Your cabinet display is magazine-worthy Kim! Love it!

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  6. Love your new bottles, they look wonderful in your hutch. Hugs, Marty

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  7. I love all of your "smalls" that you found while in France. The apothecary jars are perfect in your bathroom.

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  8. Kim,
    It all looks great. I love that little cabinet and your french treasures look perfect in it.
    Kris

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  9. Kim,
    It all looks great. I love that little cabinet and your french treasures look perfect in it.
    Kris

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  10. Love your new treasures and the way you have displayed them. I really adore that piece in your bathroom, its colour is to die for gorgeous.

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  11. Always loved that little hutch in the bathroom.......and LOVE the blue bottles, they would have come right home with me too!!! Now, I really like how you put them on that tray, very smart looking.....

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  12. Oh, those blue bottles are so striking! I love all your finds, they are gorgeously displayed in your hutch.

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  13. Your hutch looks great with all of your special finds, Kim. I like the simplicity of the basket on top too.

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  14. It's all perfection Kim! Love the bottles and the soaps, especially love that little blue and white linen!

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  15. Luv all the neat finds. Great find on all the bottles. They look beautiful in the hutch. I especially luv the white one you put the cotton balls in.

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  16. Not only is everything lovely but I would never have guessed you could be a grandma! I put our grandbabies pictures right next to my tea kettle. Seeing there sweet smiles first thing in the morning just starts the day off right doesn't it?

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  17. Those gorgeous blue apothecary jars were the first thing I spotted when I pulled up your post!!!
    Mary Alice

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  18. Some great French finds displayed nicely in your bathroom cupboard. I love all apothecary bottles and jars...♥

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  19. Love the color of the hutch!

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  20. Beautiful finds! The blue is so intense...really pretty.

    xo
    Pat

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  21. Those blue jars are gorgeous! Looks so good together!

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  22. Oh how great all your lovely finds look in your hutch. I'm with you I would not have been able to pass them up either. The blue bottles are stunning. Sounds like you and Shirley found some wonderful items on your trip to France.
    Mary

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  23. Those are beautiful touches, Kim. I really like the bottles mixed with the grandkids pics. It looks wonderful but not overly styled.

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  24. I love those gorgeous bottles! You do the most beautiful vignettes in your home. It's still one of my favorites ;-)

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  25. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I love the styling and of course, those apothecary jars! Wow, what great finds! I don't know if I could have walked away without those blue ones too :)

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  26. Kim, it's like going on a little trip of my own each time you show more of your French finds. Love the bottles and such. Wish my bathroom shelves looked this pretty. ;-)

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  27. The bottles are fabulous! I would have been drawn to them, too. Those blue ones are so pretty, and I love them with the blue-striped towel. Looks fantastic!

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  28. LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT! I have those French soaps in a tall jar...they make me happy. Yours are just so pretty. Excellent job. Trés belle!

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  29. I would have regretted leaving those behind too. What precious finds.
    Katie

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  30. Bottle love Kim! It's all beautiful ♥

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  31. Looks great! Love the photos

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  32. Gorgeous finds Kim and they look so good on that pretty painted hutch! BTW, you look far too young to have grandchildren ;)
    Marie@TheInteriorFrugalista

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  33. Beautiful finds Kim. I'm glad you got the blue bottles!

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  34. Kim what wonderful finds you have here, love them. I must be honest when I first looked at these pictures I noticed the kid right away. You have such a beautiful family and it is so touching to see how you obviously care for them.

    Cynthia

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  35. I love finding a good find and looks like you found some really good ones! France? How I would love to go! I love the way you used them in your bath!

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  36. Your finds look perfect on that darling hutch of yours... And I use the exact same soap!

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  37. What pretty finds and they look beautiful on your fabulous hutch! Hugs, Leena

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