|As always we started with a rendering to show the space what it will look like prior to construction|
Friday, April 17, 2015
A vibrant coral and white chevron wallpaper sets the stage for this adorable powder room. The owner of this residence is a dear friend of c2Design and brought us into her home again to give her powder room a facelift.
Our job was to make this tiny room have big personality while being cost efficient. Besides keeping the existing cabinets and floor tile to save on cost, there was one eye sore that needed to be addressed. In the far corner there was a shabby shelving that did not fall into the chic category. We decided to do some structural construction and transform the piece into a functional space.
It was important to utilize space in the best possible way. We demoed the existing reclaimed wood built in and installed a custom base cabinet that match the newly painted sink vanity, and new floating shelves to cap off the top space. This provided an airy, open feel without losing that precious storage space. Accessorizing this the corner was a cinch. The shelves holds greenery, frames, and nic-nacks that feel comfortable yet sophisticated.
The most stunning feature in this powder room is the coral and white chevron Thibaut wallpaper. It is used on the far accent wall and brings the whole composition of the room together. To tie the color into the whole room, we painted the back wall of the sink the same coral and kept the rest of the colors a neutral taupe and white palette.
The freshness of the white newly painted, but existing counter tops on top of the rich gray of the base cabinet make for a custom looking piece for only the cost of paint. We also added a great new top mount square Kohler sink and modern brushed nickel sink faucet. This in addition to a new toilet, and fixtures make this space feel fresh, new and sophisticated.
Thank you to our amazing client for allowing us to take over your powder room. We love and appreciate the design freedom that you entrust in us every time. We couldn't be happier with how your powder room turned out. Now on to the next project!