THE RAVENNA HOUSE
This week marks the first post of a new collaborative series called, “What’s on Your…”. It’s a real-life glimpse into 9 bloggers homes – the good, the bad, and the messy. Each month we’ll focus on a new surface like a bedroom nightstand, a kitchen counter, or a bookcase. And to start things off today, we’re looking at one of the hardest working surfaces in the house:
Like so many old houses, our little bathroom vanity is a pedestal sink. We don’t keep a lot on it, just a bar of soap, a towel, and occasionally some fresh cut flowers (or evergreen trimmings in the winter). And since 19-month-old Wilder just started potty training, including washing his own hands, he is often on, in, and under the vanity.
The potty-training thing often involves no pants (to Wilder’s complete joy). So you’re welcome for those sweats 😉
For the moments that this bathroom is sans kiddo, our vanity looks more like this:
So tell me, what (or who) is on your bathroom vanity?! And check out what’s on these other ladies’ vanities:
p.s. Check out all these other awesome bathrooms I’m drooling over!
p.p.s. What it’s like to have four kids. Looks like I owe my mother a big ol’ apology for being her fourth. *sorry mom*
p.p.p.s. A lovely updated old farmhouse in Maine.