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How To Decorate The Bathroom

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  • A set of matching units to be fitted in such a room, esp. as sold together

  • toilet: a room or building equipped with one or more toilets

  • A room containing a toilet

  • A bathroom is a room that may have different functions depending on the culturalist context. In the most literal sense, the word bathroom means "a room with a bath".

  • A room containing a bathtub or a shower and usually also a washbasin and a toilet

  • a room (as in a residence) containing a bathtub or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet

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Roosters to the left, Hens to the right, please.

Roosters to the left, Hens to the right, please.

Bom, e preciso seguir em frente...
A partir de agora continuarei postando as fotos da viagem que fiz em Junho.
Na sequencia, a cidade de Porto de Galinhas, em Pernambuco.

E os detalhes... ah, como eu amo os detalhes!
Placas para indicar o banheiro feminino e o masculino no restaurante "Peixe na Telha" (que por sinal, e uma fofura, todo decorado).
Alias, a cidade toda e enfeitada com galinhas feitas a partir de troncos de coqueiros. E muito interessante e bonito de se ver.
A cidade tem esse nome porque antigamente era um porto para desembarque de escravos, e como essa era uma atividade clandestina, eles se referiam aos escravos como "galinhas".

Galos a esquerda, galinhas a direita, por favor...

Brincadeirinha!!!!!!!!! :o)


From now on I'll continue posting the shots of my trip in June.
In sequence, Porto de Galinhas city, in Pernambuco.

And the details... oh, how I love them!
Signs of the male and female bathrooms at "Peixe na Telha" restaurant (so cute and decorated).
By the way, the whole city is decorated with chickens made from coconut palm trees. It's so interesting and beautiful to see!
The city has this name, "Chicken's port", because a long time ago it was a port to landing the slaves. This was an illegal activity, so they used to call slaves as "chickens".

Bathroom Sink, Detail. Part Three

Bathroom Sink, Detail. Part Three

Here's a detail of the corner of my bathroom counter. For the insulin dependent out there you might note my 'delivery device bouquet.' Having a handful ready to go just makes things easy in the mornings and when really hungry.

I also keep my old dryer sheets and lint brush ready to go. Cat hair is ubiquitous and the dryer sheets at least reduce how many of those 3M lint rollers I have to buy... even if they can't be relied upon alone.

The hand print ("Plant Seeds") was a thank-you mailer from plantseeds.org and had to be folded to be mailed affordably. I took advantage of the fold and just let it stand on its own.

The zebra tongs are a gift from my father after his recent trip to Kenya and the mini-rug is a gift from my friend Shaya and her trip to Iran a while back. And the soap-snail was charming gift from my friend Bethie... and lord knows where she picked that up.

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