Rerunning this post — because in the meantime I discovered these are called “Cinderella bathtubs.” Here’s Alice’s, too. There were “Cinderella windows”, too. Stay tuned on that one.
We are getting a clean start hehehe to 2009 with this post showcasing some simply wonderful bathtubs from the postwar period. Oh my gosh, look at this 1947 “neo angle” from American Standard … My dream bathtub, no question. But if I had one of these, there probably wouldn’t be a blog, because I’d never leave it. Read on for more vintage tubs … and 6 photos in all…
Sleeping Bee Alice has a little pink tub in her gorgeous house, of course.
Happy New Year Pam! I’ve attached a photo of my pink little lady’s tub…it’s very cute and quite the conversation piece! 🙂 ….
Best regards, Alice
If you like this also be sure to see:
- More photos from Alice (be patient while this loads, photos are large – but WORTH IT)
- Alice’s picture perfect kitchen (same as above)
- What Alice wants the most!
Do you have a Cinderella bath tub and wonder how, originally, a shower curtain was supposed to work? And what about the shower curtain rod? Today, Carolyn shares hers — original to her new-to-her 1959 bathroom. Oh, what a bathroom — an original-condition 1959 pink bathroom that dreams are made of — fabulous tile work, Cinderella bath tub, gorgeous sink on chrome legs, and an equally gorgeous lowboy toilet — oh my! Carolyn has shared lots of photos — and has some questions for us before she even moves in. Heck yeah there is more →