SMALL SPACES: (Part 3) TOP 5 Kimplistic Tips for Designing POWDER ROOMS
This powder room from the 2010 Atlanta Designer Show House and Gardens was nothing short of fabulous in person! The sink you see in the photo (above) is actually made of genuine gold leaf!
This shell sink is a lovely, and unusual, sink in this bath.
This glamorous powder room boasts matte and mirror-finish glass tiles highlighting a vanity created from a slice of walnut root!
The floor-to-ceiling light box to the right of this sink adds spectacular detailing to this powder room.
This lantern chandelier is such a delightful, and unexpected, detail that provides this small bath extra interest.
This shell-encrusted piece of furniture was actually custom created from the homeowner’s beach finds!
TIP #2: Add bold colors and/or patterns to your walls.
This powder room was painted in a bright chartreuse and embellished with painted-aluminum blooms.
TIP #3: Give attention to fabulous details!
What may look like wallpaper in this photo is actually pages of a book that were applied to the walls of this powder room.
This bathroom is one I created for a luxury interior design client during their home renovation project. Adding details, such as this custom-monogrammed towel from Knotting Hill Interiors, makes all the difference in a small space such as this.
The gold fixtures on this sink are fabulous in this rich bathroom, whereas they might be extremely over-the-top in any other room in the house.
The paneled woodwork and interesting mirror are fabulous details in this space.
This vanity is actually a Victorian dressing table that was converted to fit the space and style of this powder room.
This tiny Paris apartment adds a chic little table for placement of a charming vase of flowers and small accessories.
Even a simple piece of furniture converted to a vanity can make a powder room seem more grounded.
This powder room features an inlaid cabinet converted into a vanity, which really makes the Asian theme work in this small space.
Tip #5: Search for ways to add storage.
This sink is flanked with two cabinets that add needed storage to a bath with only a pedestal sink.A skirted sink is an excellent place to add storage to a small powder room.
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NOW, GO HAVE AN “It’s So Fabulous!” DAY!