This natural bathroom design used honed natural stone, the light fixtures that resemble votive candles and the brushed-nickel cabinetry handles—that really spice up the space. “To warm the room with color, we can used hose a terracotta paint hue and deep earth-toned tiles for the walls.
It’s a calm and soothing backdrop for the new remote-controlled steam shower with a rain-shower head, that can be pre-programmed with a number of shower experiences.
Before Carolyn Thomas designed this powder room, she perused the rest of her clients’ Silver Spring home to get a sense of their style. “I think a powder room should flow in design from other entertaining spaces because everyone who comes to visit will see it,” she says.
Although it’s not overly formal, Thomas admits that the finished space has a formal, classical feel. The elegant cherry vanity, with a Louis Philippe arched front, holds a handmade etched glass bowl; the framed mirror purposefully appears as if it is attached. “I wanted it to look like one piece of furniture, like something you would see in an old Victorian home,” she says. To complete the design, Thomas chose pewter hardware, a granite countertop and sage green for the walls.
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