A Place To Pamper

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The idea of having a dedicated pampering place in the bathroom was on my wish list for years. So the moment we started planning our new build and designing the bathrooms, I made sure a built-in vanity was included. It was going to look something like this. An additional space built in between the two sinks in our ensuite with a feature chair or stool.

A Place To Pamper, built in vanity. Gallerie B blog

Studio McGee

As we progressed with the plans and things were added and removed, I started thinking about how I would use each space. I realised that this pampering zone seemed excessive. My rushed morning routine would never allow me time to sit down (or even perch!). Our ensuite is not huge and I started to wonder if it really would be used.

A place to pamper, built-in vanity and stool. Gallerie B blog

Verandah House

So the zone has gone (in place of some additional storage) but I can still admire this little luxury in other homes. There are some definite design details too that make this space special.

The sconce wall lighting.

A place to pamper, built in vanity. Gallerie B blog.

Tobi Fairley

A place to pamper, built in vanity. Gallerie B blog.

Anne Hepfer

A pretty mirror.A place to pamper, built in vanity. Gallerie B blog.

Lynn Morgan

A special chair or stool.

A place to pamper, built in vanity. Gallerie B blog.

Stacy Carlson

Built in vanity. Gallerie B blog.

Milton Development

Built in vanity. Gallerie B blog.

Soucie Horner

And some glamorous styling.

A place to pamper. Gallerie B blog.

Perth Soap

Do you have a pampering place? Would you use one?

Belinda XO

 

2 Responses to "A Place To Pamper"
  1. Nope. Three kids. School. Work….would mean i’d have to wake up at 5:00 to begin pampering. Definitely not worth it at momment. Messy Bun, brush teeth, rms lip gloss and go!

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