A Vintage Style Bath & Body Boutique

9.26.2011


Happy Monday guys! Isn't this the most romantic little boutique ever? I found it while traveling through Carmel, California but unfortunately it was closed. I would've loved to come out with a shopping bag or two of fine soaps and vanity pieces.  I found some interesting history on the store and its name, with possible plans to add an intimate retreat with spa services and tea room. The vintage style and pretty little details are so sweet, don't you think?... Wish it were in New York!

The Soiled Doves Bath House: 831.624.9377, Dolores St S/W of Ocean Ave., Carmel by the Sea, CA.


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21 comments:

MissKatv said...

love the photos. looks lovely :)

Tikkitiboo + Ahka Vintage said...

Oh what a shame it was closed! You could spend so long looking around getting inspired!
Tikkitiboo + Ahka Vintage

bornineightytwo.com said...

OMG...I could spend hours in a place like that...Actually I do it :-) There some shops like that here in Florence and when I enter there I turn my cell off :-)

really cute,

Kisses

Silvia
http://bornineightytwo.com

adele said...

This place looks sooo idyllic xoxo
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Fakhra's said...

beautiful pics....:)

RAW Fashion Magazine said...

Oh how fun always go back
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Villa Bisono said...

Oh I sooo love this. I am a big sucker for vintage laces and fine soaps and cremes. Love the victorial and shabby chic feel of the stores.

Villa Bisono said...

ooops, meant Victorian.

Jennifer Leible said...

Love the vintage look! It looks like a great place! If you ever make it back I want to hear more about it!

Qhule said...

What a cool blog you have, :)))
xoxo

Ashley said...

Sad that it was closed :( It looks like a lovely little shop!

Natasha said...

Lovely cute, girly place!

I am following u!thanks for stopping by and commenting!

Natasha said...

Lovely cute, girly place!

Fabrizia said...

So cool all these photos, I love this post!
Come back soon to visit my blog, I'll be waiting for you!!

Cosa mi metto???

SweetTeaInSicily said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog... I looked around yours and it is precious! I am definitely following and can't wait to read even more!

-Ashley

Pratishtha Durga said...

I don't even want to think of the financial damage I could incur in a place like this. Love the stuff inside. Do post more when you manage to visit. It holds so much promise.

Pratishtha Durga said...

Oh, and am following you now. Would love it if you could follow back.

LORENA said...

Hi guys!

Unfortunately i was only passing through this town when i visited california so the odds of going back when open are small..

Glad you all enjoyed!

Roxana said...

Oh I love how coquet these little things are. I love the pink and the elegance. My mom always told me, always present yourself nicely whether dressed or serving people. It can be bread, but in a basket with a nice napkin beats a plane ugly dish right? Thanks Lorena. I really love reading you ladies blogs. :-)

C. said...

Something like that is puuurrrfect for my new apt makeover!

Jeniffer Warne said...

What a place! I am in awe! Please post more photos about this one-in-a-million shop.

Jeniffer Warne
http://www.ebubbles.com

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