Things We Love: Bathroom Carts

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                Wishing you all a relaxing weekend before Santa’s big visit!!


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  1. I love this too! I passed up on a barcart at a flea market recently because I already have one…but maybe I should get it and use it as a bathroom cart! Thanks for the great idea xo

  2. Me too! I have a nickel and glass version in my bathroom that I bought from Restoration Hardware five years ago. I use it for stacks of towels, glass jars of bath salts, and a candle – of course.
    Merry Christmas to you both!
    Phyllis

  3. I love every bathroom on this post! It will take me hours to get out there.

  4. love them too, especially with big white fluffy towels!

  5. I love the idea of anything that can be moved around and used as needed! You found some fabulously stylish examples!

  6. So pretty, Love the silver bathtub with the standing mirror!
    Have a beautiful Christmas!
    Best,
    Gail
    http://www.casualloveselegance.blogspot.com

  7. Can Michael Smith do wrong? I think not!
    I love every one of these. I never think of a bathroom cart, so thank you for this post.
    Happy Thursday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

  8. I LOVE them all! Now MC and I have to find a house with a bath we could put one in!!!!

  9. Gorgeous! I love every single image here — First step, a house fitting for such style. I need to graduate from my Chicago apartment. :)
    Isn’t That Charming.

  10. A bathroom cart on wheels is a simple and elegant solution for mobile storage, one that is often overlooked, so this is a good reminder. Great post!

  11. This is perfect.. I could sure us to soak in one of these gorgeous tubs! I like the Michael S. Smith image with the tub in the middle of the room. They are all beautiful;)

    I’m working a full day today and just a couple hours tomorrow.. and then it’s tub time!!

    xxleslie

  12. So beautiful and functional. I love the ones with the castors / wheels. I have a vintage French bar cart….would be divine as a bathroom cart. Thanks for the great idea :)

  13. I know this is to be about carts, and love the ones you show, especially as Loi mentioned with casters and wheels. I have to say that the first bathroom and the one surrounded by closets are beautiful. – Tonya

  14. My son has a fabulous home remodeling business and he re-does bathrooms all of the time…I need to tell him about this post and about the bathroom cart! LOVE this! I’m determined to find a good bar cart at Market in just a few weeks! Thanks so much for your sweet comments on my blog…I truly appreciate you and the time it takes to comment and read! Very much appreciated! Have a wonderful Christmas!

  15. Oh….what I would give to be in a bubble bath right now! Great inspiration for the master bath redo that’s on my radar (but not on my husband’s).

    Merry merry to you both!!! Hope Will’s stocking is overflowing!!
    xoxo Elizabeth

  16. In preparation of the string of holidays before us, I could us a nice, long soak in one of these beautiful tubs.
    Merry Christmas to you.
    Karen

  17. It’s such a simple addition in the bath but packs so much usefulness, you wonder how you ever did without it.

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