I want to thank everyone who left a kind comment on my post about our children's bathroom in our Channel Islands Harbor home here in Oxnard!
Here are some new images of the completed bathroom and a few answers to your questions...
We replaced the dated melamine cabinetry in the hallway with skirted storage below and open plaster shelves above.
Several of you asked about the plumbing under the sink. You can see a bit of the pipe in this image.
We used the Kraus P-Trap in Satin Nickel.
Several of you were wondering where the shower drain is located... We put it in the corner, so it is hidden by the shower curb. This picture also shows the location of the electrical plug under the table top. It's the perfect location to plug in the blow dryer.
A few of you asked for a close up of how the glass is placed in the curb. I didn't want to see any metal edge, so the glass installer cut a channel into the curb.
Here are a couple of new additions to the bathroom... the skirt below the open shelves (similar to the storage in the hallway), the vintage bench for the soap and loofa...
and the vintage towel hooks.
I purchased the towel hooks and bench from Marina Geest (owner of Over the Ocean) at Remnants of the Past. They were originally from a little rustic beach bungalow in Norway.
The bathroom is now ready for the kids when they come home from camp next week. It will never look this clean again!
To see my design process in pictures, please visit my Peninsula Bathroom Pinterest Board.
In between our client meetings and designs, we are also starting construction on Patina Farm... Footings are being excavated.
This is my bedroom!
The guest house will be shaded by this 300 year old Oak tree (and we'll need the shade! Ojai can get a bit toasty).
Believe it or not, this will become gardens and a pond.
I hope you have a wonderful week!
If you would like help creating the home of your dreams, email me about our design services. You can also purchase many items found here on Velvet and Linen as well as "to the trade" furnishings through Giannetti Home. Email Kelly about the details.
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