Saturday, December 3, 2011

B List and Penny Tile Floor

I love to find new blogs and see the creativity of talented people. If you haven't already discovered Happyroost Interiors, hop on over and meet the lovely Laura. She's an interior designer who is restoring her very own 1923 Sears Kit home.
Isn't it beautiful?
What caught my eye recently is her bathroom remodel.
Wow!

Now I know you've seen the penny floors if you stalk Pinterest. They intrigue me. 
This is Laura's. The best part is she has promised a tutorial for it!
Check it out next week at Happyroost Interiors!

16 comments:

Julie Harward said...

Amazing floor..I have got to go see, thanks for sharing. :D

Blondie's Journal said...

OMG!! This is awesome! I could never talk hubby into it, but I love it. Her home is so cute on the outside, too!

XO,
Jane

Gabriela Delworth said...

Hello,

Love this bathroom!


Gabriela

Lakeshore Cottage Living said...

Isn't it crazy that a money floor would be cheaper than a tile floor??? blows me away. I was stunned when I saw it. I kept thinking..she must be talking about penny sized tile and then...they were actual pennies! It looks fantastic...really amazing. I just love it. I also think the sink is the coolest sink ever. Wow...what a really different bathroom...I truly have not seen anything like it before. Thank you for sharing this!

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

I have NOT seen the penny floors!! How amazing is that for an idea? Wow!

podso said...

how refreshing! I wonder how you clean that floor? It's probably sealed in some way!

Sarah said...

Penny floors are new to me. What a fun idea!

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

This is something I NEVER would have thought of. It's perfect for that Craftsman Bungalow. In one of my magazines (not sure which one) there was just an article on Sears homes. So incredible that you could build a house from start to finish for around $20 grand. Going to check out that blog right now. Happy Sunday!

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

This is so cool! I love her sink & countertop solution for a tiny space. What a gorgeous room.

classic • casual • home said...

Thanks for the tip...off to check out her site. Happy Sunday.

Carolyn@SweetChaos said...

How cool is that? Thanks for introducing us to her blog... going to check it out now :)

Kelly said...

Goodness, I've *never* seen a penny floor! Beautiful! Thanks for the introduction to a great new blog!

Laura@happyroost said...

Thank you everyone for the kind response! I will be talking about the penny floor on Wednesday and the counter top on Thursday of this week. Be sure to check it out!

Thanks for Tammy for adding this to your wonderful blog!

Laura
www.happyroost.blogspot.com

A Vintage Vine said...

O.K. I have been under a rock, I have not seen these floors. I am off to check out her blog! Thanks for sharing! BTW, the pics of your daughter are darling!

Zane Wooder said...

I didn't know people made floors out of pennies. That is really neat. I haven't seen such unique floors in years.

-Zane of ontario honey

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