After a busy day I like nothing better than a long soak in the bath reflecting upon the ecclectic collection hanging from the bathroom walls. As I'm wearing a vintage wrap and my hair in a bun I thought I'd share the view from our roll top instead of a picture of me.
The burnished Florentine shelf was 50p from a car boot sale, the vintage glass decanters are filled with colourful Poundland bubble bath. The 1930's metal bluebirds were also car boot sale finds.
These Edwardian oak frames hold Hindu devotional posters we bought from temple stalls in Madras.
This cute ceramic plaque hung in my Grandma's nursery when she was a baby during the Great War.
The ceramic lambs were also from my Grandma's family home. The Kali wood cut was bought in India.
Souvenirs from our travels. The comedy mask was from Greece and the hand of Fatima was bought in Tangier in 1993.
My great-grandfather, Thomas Chapman, my Grandma's father.
The Edwardian mahogany mirror hung in my Grandpa's bedroom when I was a child.
My friend Liz painted this for my 40th birthday.
Jon's gold and silver discs, because awards always belong in the bathroom.
Our Lomography mural featuring pets, India and festival fun.
We hang vintage mirrors from the brick wall to bounce light back from the glass bricks.
The mirrors were from car boot sales and the sputnik clock's a reproduction.
We bought a job lot of these huge burnished frames from a car boot sale years ago.
Framed Victorian-era map of Lower Bengal
The matador print was something my Dad bought on his travels back in the 1950's. I hated it as a child but can appreciate the drama within it's simple lines now.