Wednesday, September 15, 2010

i heart clawfoot bathtubs



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Is it Friday yet? It's been a doozy of a week at school and I'm totally worn out. I'd love nothing more than to spend the evening soaking in one of these beauties.... preferably with a nice glass of wine. There is just something so luxurious about a clawfoot tub.

34 comments:

  1. Who doesn't love a clawfoot tub? A bath and a glass of wine sounds absolutely amazing right now.

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  2. I wholeheartedly agree! :)

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  3. Oooooh... that would be nice!:D

    ***** Marie *****
    allthingsmarie.com

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  4. I want that also! I haven't had a bath in so long. Six years to be exact. I miss them.

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  5. I also heart theses. They are on the top on my Christmas wish list.

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  6. something about a clawfoot tub that's so inviting...wish I had one too :)

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  7. I'm hearing you! Can't wait for the weekend...
    Love the second pic the most
    x

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  8. I heart them too. I hope my future bathroom is big enough for one.
    p.s....lemon bars at your wedding! I'm a bit jealous of how cool and delicious that is.

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  9. Yep, they're the best, although you can never take them with you when you move! They are also GREAT for giving the dog a bath :)

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  10. i was asking if it was friday on TUESDAY. it's been one of those weeks

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  11. SO DO I. a glass of wine would taste so much better while bathing in a clawfoot tub.

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  12. Hey me too! But I don't love baths. Strange huh?

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  13. ok. hopping in the bath right now. you've inspired me, and it's just what i need!!

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  14. Oh I love these!! Bubblebaths are one of my favorite things in the world, and I'm currently in a little house, with no bath!
    I want a claw foot tub with a chandelier over head.

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  15. @Sara Louise- I would LOVE a tub with a chandelier above it! Sadly, building codes don't allow it. I've already checked :)

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  16. Thanks for your comment on my blog...I love clawfoot bath tubs too! If only my tiny bathroom would accommodate one.

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  17. Oh yes, a clawfoot tub is a must. There's nothing more indulgent than a nice long bath. How's school going so far? Have a great weekend and rest up a bit!

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  18. ahhhh, i love clawfoot tubs too. so fancy! hope your weekend is rejuvenating for next week!

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  19. I agree! I wish my bathroom was big enough for a clawfoot tub, but alas, it is a small box. A girl can dream though!

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  20. that's very nice... it reminds me of the bath scene on the english patient... have a nice one!

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  21. Despite being not really practical, I love the rustic simplicity of clawfoot tubs.

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  22. I heart them too....when I finally own a house of my own, a claw foot tub will be one of my first purchases!

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  23. Oh so do I! I once tried to convince my boyfriend to move into an awful house just because its one redeeming feature was a claw foot bath.

    P.s, it was Tillie that went to see Going The Distance and I'm not sure how she found. I should find out though I really want to see it too!

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  24. I like the second one the best! So romantic!

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  25. mmm yes of all tubs ever, claw foot, stand alone are my absolute favorite!

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  26. this makes me want to go home and crawl in my big-ol' 1930's clawfoot.

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  27. We want one to go in our bathroom. They are so expensive though!

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  28. i could totally go for a bath in one of those right now! so love the look of them!

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  29. Me too!!! I found one the other day in an antique store and it was only $100.. why oh why did I not get it?! Biggest. Regret. Ever.

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  30. I like them!!xx

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