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VEVA’S BATHROOM | Old Portuguese Stuff



Casa Veva de Lima, toilets



The bathroom is probably the most restrained room in Veva’s house, with “modern” fittings along the faux-painted walls. The lack of decoration other than paint makes for a very graphic room, with strong black borders on the cement floor and stuccoed walls.

The loo and bidet are both decorated with anthemia, and the latter has a star-shaped face as a spout! The tub is the most interesting feature though, as it is all in painted cement and set below the floor level with a giant “feathered scallop” against the wall. Sort of like a Hollywood actress’s bathroom stuck in a closet. We love it!

Casa Veva de Lima / Palácio Ulrich, Rua Silva Carvalho 238, Lisboa

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