New Whimsical "Alice In Wonderland" Home Furnishings Add Character to Bland Bathrooms

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Homeowners looking for a flight of imagination in their home decor can find the perfect pieces at With new accessories and design, typically traditional furnishings can take on a whole new personality.

Television programs are a terrific source for what is fashionable in home decor these days, such as the "Alice In Wonderland" theme that influences the whimsical interior design on this season's Big Brother series on CBS. Bright colors, too-large and too-small furnishings, and tea sets are scattered all around the house and backyard. Even the bathroom, where a lot of scheming takes place, has received special decorating attention with ornate pedestal sinks, bombe chests and unique lighting. Home Decorators Collection® has recently made similar furnishings available for homeowners wishing to replicate this fanciful look.

From its opulent curves to the elegant design, the exquisite bathroom vanity is a focal point in the Big Brother bathroom. Featuring a white solid granite top, ivory finish and meticulously handcrafted details, it's easy to see the exceptional craftsmanship. The decorators placed two of the pedestal sinks side by side to accommodate the large number of people living in the house. An exact replica of this, called the Heirloom Bordeaux Sink, is surprisingly affordable at $499.

The extra-large bathroom has room for two ivory bombe chests and a handsomely carved ivory console table. Homeowners wishing to copy this magical look might like the Heirloom Bombe End Table and Heirloom Winslow Vanity, both from Home Decorators Collection. Perched on one of the bombe chests is a contemporary table lamp, which adds another element of flair not normally seen in the bathroom.

With over 75,000 items for sale, Home Decorators Collection is one of the nation's largest sellers of merchandise for the home. In addition to its catalog and website, retail stores are located in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. For further information, visit or call 1-800-530-0461 for a free catalog.


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