Ojai Master Bathroom: Tile work and details

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 I promised not to show you these again,
 so I will give you a link here and here for the prior posts...just in case you missed them!

 One detail I forgot to mention.... there are these skylight tube thingy's in the ceiling. 
They actually do let some light in but are always full of bugs, 
which is why I don't think these are very practical. 
It's like a scene from Spiderman.
 This was day one of the demo...needless to say the guy I hired lasted about 3 days before we had to say "adios" mister!
Just wasn't gonna work out
But I have a new "posse" on board and we are getting along just fine. 

So here are the elements again that we are using:





I realize that these all seem really modern but I will be adding a few vintage touches to cozy things up.  
It's all about the details, right?


We are moving right along with the tile work. 
 The Carrera mosaic will be for the floor. 

There is also some Carrera trim details, but it actually a pretty simple layout. 

 The white wall tile is just your basic Dal subway tile from Home Depot...love that stuff!
I still don't have a door yet either. 
It was a special order item that will be in next week.  
But the most important item on my list is this:

Can't wait to take a big soak in the new tub...yea!

Final post on the bath
coming soon!
19 comments:
  1. Love the tile! Did you get the Renssalear lights? I love those but I just can't copy you if you have them? Can I?

    Why is there a header in the wall behind the tub? Maybe there was just a shower at one time? It looks like there used to be a door or window there.

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  2. I love all of your choices, and I can't wait to see what the vintage touches will be!
    Ashlyn

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  3. Oh, I don't think it looks too modern. I think you chose some very beautiful, very classic fixtures with a little modern/industrial thrown in. The bathtub is my favorite, although I do really love the marble!
    Camille

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  4. looking good waiting for the big reveal.

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  5. Beautiful, beautiful ... beautiful! Can't believe you get that rich look from Home Depot subway tile!

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  6. Can't wait to see the reveal! I love all your choices. I just completed a bathroom remodel using a lot of the same materials.

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  7. Oh my my favourite tile & TUB!....Can't wait to see the reveal!
    How is your garden going?....did you ever plant a wisteria?

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  8. Woohoo, I can't wait to see it all come together!

    Kat :)

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  9. Love that subway tile! It is all going to be amazing. Great tub too! Wow.
    I am on the verge of calling a contractor to gut two bathrooms right now.
    Seeing this post is pushing me to take action! ~Delores

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  10. I agree with folks above that it isn't too modern. It is more like "updated classic"
    Can't wait to see the finished project.

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  11. I love all your choices, your bathroom will be like a spa. When I remodeled the cottage I also installed marble and the same fabulous tubby. It doesn't look modern at all once it's all put together. Just clean, and classic, with lots of beachy touches. Come on over and see my tub - I do lots of posts on it. It's my favorite thing in the house!

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  12. Oooh...looking gorgeous! Love all the choices! Yep, Mr Bubble...cmon down!

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  13. love the changes Kelley..will be so fun to see what you do with all....
    xoox

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  14. You just can't go wrong when white subway tile is involved. ; ) Can't wait to see how everything turns out!
    xo Melissa

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  15. The subway tile is stunning. I have no doubt all the details will reveal a vintage eclectic mix of perfection.

    Deborah

    PS Stop by having a giveaway that includes some vintage pieces.

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  16. I cant wait to see it finished!! Love your new tiles and I soooo want that tub!;) Hugs,Rachel

    French Farmhouse 425

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  17. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment! Talk about make my night! I love your blog! It totally makes my day when you post! I love the colors you use and how your antiques look warm and friendly not fussy and stuffy! Can't wait to see how you style this bathroom! Keep up the awesome job on the house but don't forget to take garden photos too! Yea!

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