The next time you set out to remodel your powder room, here are a few key elements to consider in order to maximize the space and create an artful conversation piece, while remaining functional.
Accent Wall – Give it texture. Combine materials….for this powder room we balanced wood and stone to create a calm, clean simple design. The accent wall features a natural stack of assorted tumble onyx stone framed in a custom bleached walnut wood. Guests using this powder room are sure to remember this beautiful feature.
Lighting – A well lit room for small spaces is a critical element to making the room seem larger than it is. We not only installed a five pendant light fixture, but added lighting under the floating cabinet. Illuminating corners and free space will help open up the room.
Soft Colors – Selecting earthy or neutral colors will also help expand the room. Designed in a monochromatic scheme infused with rich textures and an interesting mix of materials including; oiled oak floor, custom bleached walnut wood that frames the room and mirror, 2 ½” Polished White Onyx slab that sits beneath the beautiful Teakwood Marble sink all help to create this layered pallet of neutral tones, that makes this contemporary powder room look clean, calm and collected.
Small details can fill a room, giving it a specific identity. It’s all the little “details” designers get passionate about when delivering thoughtful and distinctive designs.