Zara Home: Pretty vanity accessories


A little girly glam in the bathroom is always fun.
I'd fill up those glass jars with pink cotton balls and pretty hair ties and spread out my favorite scents on the python tray. I can't wait to check out all these beauties in person, I'm thinking the mother of pearl bathroom set and the fab python tray will be coming home with me.

Bought anything from Zara Home yet?
Do tell!

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Zara Home online shop launches in Canada: Zara bathroom towels

I love, love Zara clothes, so when I heard we were finally getting an online store, I was so excited. I've been counting down the days till Zara Home Online shop opened. I could not wait to see what was in store.
Of course my first stop was to check out the bathroom products. There are so many great items, so I thought it would be fun to do separate posts covering my Zara bathroom faves.
First stop is the delicious towels, in no particular order.... 
5. Pompoms Towel   
I just love all their fringed towels and you know how I can't resist a good leopard print or fun pop of colour in the bathroom, Zara towels are the perfect little pop! It's hard to see the pretty floral design on the set of white towels, set #4, for a good close up, click here: the Flowers Velor Towel. Same goes for the fun pompoms towels, it also has a pretty pattern which you can't see very well, go check that one out too here: Pompoms Towel
Have you visited Zara Home online yet? If not get over there! ;) I'm curious to see if they will be adding new items every 2 weeks like they do with clothes. Anyone know? And what are your faves?
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Tub with a view: La Tour Eiffel

Ooo La La, you can't get much better a view then this!
A perfect view of the Tour Eiffel while lying in a gorgeous modern tub (love the cascading waterfall faucet), I think I am in heaven! 

Blue and white gingham, not just for men's dress shirts

Blue and white gingham always looks preppy fresh.
The pattern is just so crisp and clean, it makes for a perfect pattern to use in
the bathroom, cause who doesn't want their bathroom to look clean and fresh?
It's funny we don't see this pattern used very often in bathrooms, yet checkered floors are always popular. The gingham designs look great on these floors. I especially like the first floor, I think it's even prettier then a checkered floor would be.
The gingham pattern in this kitchen, which makes me think of I love Lucy for some reason, would also work in a bathroom. It would look really cute in a smaller sized tile or marmoleum.
Or what about a red and white gingham floor? To picnic-y for the bathroom?
So what do you think? Are you for gingham patterns in the bathroom?

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