This powder room, only twenty-five square feet, shows the importance of what careful material selection can do for a small room. Often, clients feel that a tiny space needs to be more subdued. However, in my professional opinion when used correctly, pattern and texture can have an even greater impact in a small area.
My client wanted a muted color palette from the start to update this room under the stairs. In order to counterbalance the muted pallete and create some visual interest, a beautifully textured grass cloth was chosen to dress the walls and ceiling, a two inch wide panel bead board instead of a standard one inch bead, a marble herringbone floor tile, and an etched glass vessel sink with a vibrant brushed bronze faucet. Another nice feature in this room is a niche cased and lit to display a sculptural piece that is very special to the homeowner.
Construction: Duddy Construction
Window Treatment: Urban Loft Window treatments