2017 Remodeling Excellence Award
Powder Room Power Moves
Even the smallest of powder rooms can be comfortable and stylish. See for yourself with this remodel by Normandy Designer Ashley Noethe. Tight on space, everything in this powder room provides function and decorative detail – enhancing the space instead of overpowering it.
Prior to renovating this was your typical, outdated and overcrowded powder room. It had pink tile, bulky cabinetry and a busy wallpaper pattern that made the already tiny room feel microscopic.
So… how do you make a small space like this feel larger? Here’s what Ashley did.
Black Walls – receding black walls and trim provide the illusion of a larger space and a clean backdrop so the decorative elements can pop.
Wall-Hung Sink –The cabinetry was removed and replaced with a proportional, wall-hung sink. This significantly opened up the space and allowed clearance for the door to swing.
Floating Marble Shelves – The Carrera Marble shelves provide contrast to the black walls and provide surface areas for soaps and décor.
Glamorous Details – A geometric mosaic tile floor and metallic metal accents turn this powder room into a unique conversation piece.
The planning and execution of this powder room was so well done that it received a Remodeling Excellence Award from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
Tired of your outdated bathroom? Set up a free consultation with Ashley. Or, register to attend bathroom remodeling workshop in our Hinsdale Design Studio. You can also follow Normandy Remodeling on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more remodeling tips, design ideas and inspiration.Read more like this: Ashley Noethe, award