I love this bathroom. And to think it was made from scratch - out of old things and found objects..! I love it even more.
If we manage to pull off this buying and selling feat, there are plans to turn a walk-in closet into a master bath at the little house. We already have the clawfoot tub and the vintage sink (not quite as lovely as this one, but an old beauty nonetheless).
This photo also captures a little bit of what I'd be going for. Less gritty, definitely, but with the same vintage vibe. I love all that white beadboard. I wish I could find the photo of the shower stall in this bathroom - it's just what we may have to end up doing if there is not enough room for a clawfoot tub (I have the magazine, but I can't seem to find a digital picture of it online).
Perhaps we'd have to go with something like Dehlia did in her tiny space:
But: I shouldn't get ahead of myself. We'll see how it all goes. We have to sell our house first. Again, fingers crossed. If you feel so inclined, send good, positive thoughts this way my friends.
(image: 1. zoe van de weile's bath taken by mackenzie stroh via design*sponge; 2. via better homes and gardens; via small cool on apartment therapy)