• Powder Room

    This is a short video that walks you through the powder room of Southern Living’s design idea home in Nashville.  The last half of it gives you really good ideas about where to place paintings, sconces, and even towel bars.  A powder room you want to keep simple and elegant.  Don’t need to clutter it up.  They have a wall hanging right outside the door of this powder bath that gives it the feeling that it is bigger than it is.  Just a few key points to keep in mind when remodeling a powder room.

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    Right off the mud room is this beautiful  powder bath where we have Ann Sacks Tile from floor to ceiling.  I mean it is just the prettiest color of green.  It’s shimmery, it’s beautiful.  I love this powder bath.  There’s a great pocket door, you go inside and there’s a big generous size vanity with a dark stone top and this beautiful white marble vessel sink on it.  I think it’s a great design.  It’s really pretty on the dark marble top of the vanity and we have this beautiful faucet set on top of it which looks fabulous.

    We have this beautiful chagrin mirror from Mavegoods.  Really compliments nicely.  I love the circa sconces.  I love the star circa ceiling fixture.  I think it looks great in there, again a little touch of the black.

    In a powder bath, a lot of times I like to use a pair of towel bars and I really like to situate them underneath the sconces.  And these are cut at 10 inches which is a great size.  It perfectly holds one hand towel.

    Some times in a powder room, people wanna hang something over the toilet and you might want to think about more of a focal point.  I have this beautiful cloud painting that we hung just as you walk in the room right inside the back door through the mud room.  That’s the place to put the painting.  This powder bath is super easy super practical but glamorous all at the same time.

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