After a spring break hiatus, I'm excited to share the powder bath makeover at the lux townhome project! It features a soft, island inspired wallpaper by Serena and Lilly that totally up-levels the design of the entire unit. There are always places to save and places to splurge and this wallpaper was a fun splurge that was worth the design statement. The powder bath is a great place to do just that and because it's small, it's typically less expensive.
You love to see before and afters... so here you go! The powder bath before demo day included a dated pedestal sink, yellow paint, brown floor tile and the classic tulip light wall sconce in chrome. The faucet was an old 4" deck mounted chrome unit with acrylic handles... whew lol!
Here is the new and improved design board presented to the client and what we ended up going with except for the wall mount faucet because it was backordered forever!
Here is the beautiful after... didn't she turn out great? It was a little tricky to photograph because it's such a tight space. We went with a simple stock cabinet with doors for storage underneath and fun knobs from Signature Hardware to customize it. The faucet, 8" towel bar, tp holder and tank lever are all by Kohler in the vibrant brushed modern brass finish. (Note, the new tank lever was not installed yet!)
The mirror... ya'll that mirror is gorgeous and the homeowner loves it so much she has it in another home she owns. It's the coral curve mirror which you can find at Shades of Light among many places. Lastly we added a vanity light by Young Love also from Shades of Light.
The mini oushak rug was purchased from a local shop and adds so much color and depth to the space. There are a couple of Etsy shops that carry these if you are on the hunt.
The quartz countertops are from a remnant in Mirraggio Gold. If you have a small space and are wanting to save money, look for a remnant at your fabricator because they have small pieces left over from large jobs all the time.
And that's a wrap for today. It was too much to feature all three bathrooms, so next week I'll post on the owner and guest bath details.
If you're thinking of remodeling your kitchen and haven't already, grab my Kitchen Design Starter Kit to see how I recommend starting your project and create a design board just like the one above. Here's a link and have a great weekend!