Thursday, January 24, 2013

Anne's Windowless Powder Room Transformed

My friend Anne transformed her windowless powder room into an airy, beautiful gem of a space.  Notice how she mirrored the wall behind the vanity floor to ceiling, expanding the feel of the room and making the custom demilune vanity by Lars Hansen the focal point. A polished nickel European bottle neck trap was used instead of a standard trap.

The room itself is not rectangular, but has sharply angled walls, so all off Anne's choices, from flooring to the gorgeous New Ravenna Jaqueline tiled floors, bring in soft rounded shapes.  Love the Waterworks opus facet with its egg-shaped crystal handles.

The set of framed intaglios is by Evelyn Avery and they are stunning to view in person.  The circles in the frame pick up on the centers of the flowers in the tiled floors.   Hope you enjoyed this tour of my friend's powder room!

24 comments:

A Perfect Gray said...

the mirrored wall certainly did the trick. great space...

April said...

Absolutely perfect! Nothing overdone, just tasteful and timeless. The floors really raise the level of this little room to another level.

April

Nantucket Daffodil said...

Brilliant idea...the mirror!

Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...

oh my word that waterworks faucet is to die for (along with all of her other exquisite choices!)

Dumbwit Tellher said...

Beautiful powder room. I am taking the idea of a mirrored wall with sconces to heart for future bath remodelling projects. Bravo to Anne!

for the love of a house said...

Beautiful space! And that floor is amazing!

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

I noticed the floor right away! What a fantastic solution for a difficult space. Just beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Liz

Stitchfork said...

Love this!

Fletcher @ High Cotton Style said...

Love the mirror but that FLOOR! Subtle but amazing!

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Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Enamored with the entire space, particularly the floor!

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therelishedroost said...

That Mirror made all the difference, love the reflective surface gives light to the space, really welldone!!
:) Karolyn-The Relished Roost

Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

WOW! As a small space lover, I'm so impressed! Thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

Love the bathroom and the floor makes the room. New Ravenna has some beautiful tile -- like artwork.

tokyojinja.com said...

Everything works here in perfect synchronicity!

Mary Ann at classic•casual•home said...

That was a great idea with the mirror to expand the space. Pretty sink.

Christy said...

Really love the mirrored wall....a novel idea. A gorgeous room!

Carla Aston said...

This is really good. The mirrored wall is perfection!

René said...

How clever is that mirrored wall!? Love this!

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Jason Murphy said...

I can say that your design deserves an applause, unique and eye catching

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maison21 said...

nice transformation of an oddly shaped space!

Gabrielle Jeromy said...

I’m not sure what magic Anne did there, but surprisingly, I would be okay using it; despite the lack of window which has almost become part of my standards. I’m not claustrophobic, but I don’t utterly feel comfortable being in a small and enclosed space. This one really looks airy. It was nicely done! :) -->Gabrielle

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