When we sold our house in Santa Monica a few months ago, we decided that we would live in our house in Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard while we built our house in Ojai. The only problem with our C.I. house was the kids' bathroom. Not only was the bathroom unattractive...
the layout made the room feel cramped, and the plumbing was so bad that every time we turned on the water in the kitchen we would scald anyone taking a shower in the bathroom.
Just in time for us to move into our C.I. house on Monday, the kids' bathroom is (nearly) complete...
All of the walls in the room, including the shower, are covered in waterproof pool plaster.
Our friend Judy at Exquisite Surfaces was able to find us a gorgeous limestone floor in two days (don't ask why we had such a short time frame... ah construction!).
The Kraus sinks and plumbing fixtures added a clean modern touch to the bathroom.
I found this vintage wood caddy at Remnants of the Past.
Towels are stored on plaster shelves.
The antique pine table I purchased from Bonny Neiman is now a sink base. We sealed it with a flat sealer to prevent water damage.
All of the lighting fixtures are from School House Electric.
We used a vintage boat painting as a medicine cabinet.
The painting sits flush against the wall. The storage is carved inside the wall.
Another vintage boat painting hangs above the commode.
We still need to install the robe hooks above the shower seat...
and the toilet paper holder and the linen skirt below the storage shelves this week, but the bathroom is ready for kids and guest!
We will be moving on Monday, so this is sure to be a busy week, but I promise to keep you posted!
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