Is it time to reinvent your powder bath? Here are a few tips and tricks to take your bath from drab to fab!
- Overall, keep the space simple and don’t clutter it with too many pieces.
- It’s ok to use a darker paint if you have enough lighting, or natural light.
- Do something dramatic on one of the walls, like tile the entire main wall, or use a large piece of art.
- Choose a floating under lit vanity. It’s airy, yet functional for a small space.
- Use as many elements as you can to make the space interesting: wood, metal, glass, stone etc.
- Consider a tall mirror to make the room feel taller and more open.
- Make the sink/vanity unique and interesting. It may be the only place to use a furniture piece.
- Choose a light that adds visual interest. Pendant lights are a simple way to add a touch of style and formality.
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This kitchen remodel began by completely gutting the existing space and removing the walls that enclosed the stairs (third photo). We then:
- Installed wrought iron spindles around the staircase, which gave the kitchen and dining room a more open concept.
- Replaced the old flooring with acia engineered wood floors.
- Installed hickory cabinets, some with glass doors, to add visual interest.
- Placed an oversized rustic white island, with matching granite, to break up the cabinetry while tying the room together.
- Replaced the existing appliances with stainless steal which added a clean, modern look.
- Installed pendant, recessed, and under cabinet lighting which is functional yet visually appealing.
- Added a larger window, stainless steal sink with oil-rubbed bronze faucet, and accessories
- Placed wooden, copper, and leather swiveling counter stools around the island.
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