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When I die, my tombstone should literally read “I Have This Thing With Powder Rooms”. I don’t know why, but powder rooms have always excited me SO much design-wise. They’re like the perfect little hermetically-sealed area to act out all your design whims and fantasies. In our last home in Los Angeles, I did a really fun and energetic technicolor floral wallpaper in our powder room– and I absolutely adored it. In this home, I took my design cues from the tile I picked out for our entryway and mud room– since the powder room is in the same area of the house. In contrast to the technicolor flowers, I was interested this time in creating a more cool, calm, and tonal space with classic and almost masculine detailing. Sort of like the Powder Room version of a clean and sexy cologne. When we bought the home, this powder room looked totally different from that. There were a lot of warm tones and rustic stone– and the shower, lighting, and vanity needed serious updating. I absolutely love how this room turned out, and I can’t wait to see how it may evolve over the years! Scroll down for full design sources.
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Tile: Cement Tile Shop (similar here)
Paint: Benjamin Moore “Caviar”
Mirror: Pottery Barn
Wall Sconces: Pottery Barn
Soap Dispenser: Target
Toothbrush Holder: Target
Turkish Hand Towels: CB2
Orchid: Fresh, but similar faux here
Candle: Jo Malone
Art: Vintage, collected
Photographs by Courtney Ann Photography