Happy… what day is it again? Isolation has a way of making time meaningless. There is only Day and Night. But since it’s Day, I’m sharing more of Project Desert Escape and the two Powder Rooms in the home are proof that small spaces are opportunity to make a statement and carry good design into even the smallest space in your home.
Let’s just get this out there: Powder Baths are notoriously difficult to photograph. They are small, and cramped to get into with a camera and it’s hard to tell just how awesome they are in a photograph. But because I love these little spaces so much, I’m throwing caution to the wind and cramming us all in these two rooms for a tour like a clown car. To see the rooms a bit better, the webisodes will give you a nice perspective. We haven’t yet released the webisodes for the downstairs, but the main floor reveals are real good.
For today’s photo tour, let’s start with the downstairs Powder Bath.
I just love the handmade tile, contrasting blue/gray floating vanity, and the pop of interest our Stagg Design Shop Fern 1 & Fern 2 prints add. The brass sconces and brass framed mirror add some warmth and style.
Loving upstairs, this hardworking room is just off of the kitchen, next to the mudroom. It gets a lot of use. We chose a really interesting wallpaper pattern for the walls, reminiscent of a desert landscape.
The space has a weird angle, so we chose a small pattern for the walls and one piece of art above the toilet to draw your eye and make the room feel bigger.
I also love the sconce above the mirror. It’s so interesting and draws your eye up.
I never underestimate the power of a well-designed powder bath! It’s one of the most used rooms in the home, and one your guests will certainly get to know.
Be sure to check out the rest of Project Desert Escape! There is so much more from this home to share soon, including more webisodes.
Stay healthy and stay home, friends!