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Denise Morrison Interiors & House of Morrison
Hello powder room! Photos by: Rod Foster
Kitchen Design Concepts
This powder bath just off the garage and mudroom is a main bathroom for the first floor in this house, so it gets a lot of use. the heavy duty sink and full tile wall coverings help create a functional space, and the cabinetry finish is the gorgeous pop in this traditionally styled space. Powder Bath Cabinetry: Cabico Elmwood Series, Fenwick door, Alder in Gunstock Fudge Vanity: custom designed, built by Elmwood with custom designed turned legs from Art for Everyday Hardware: Emtek Old Town clean cabinet knobs, polished chrome Sink: Sign of the Crab, The Whitney 42" cast iron farmhouse with left drainboard Faucet: Sign of the Crab wall mount, 6" swivel spout w/ lever handles in polished chrome Commode: Toto Connelly 2-piece, elongated bowl Wall tile: Ann Sacks Savoy collection ceramic tile - 4x8 in Lotus, penny round in Lantern with Lotus inserts (to create floret design) Floor tile: Antique Floor Golden Sand Cleft quartzite Towel hook: Restoration Hardware Century Ceramic hook in polished chrome
Laurel Feldman Interiors, IIDA
Featured in Sheridan Road Magazine 2011
These South Shore of Boston Homeowners approached the Team at Renovisions to power-up their powder room. Their half bath, located on the first floor, is used by several guests particularly over the holidays. When considering the heavy traffic and the daily use from two toddlers in the household, it was smart to go with a stylish, yet practical design. Wainscot made a nice change to this room, adding an architectural interest and an overall classic feel to this cape-style traditional home. Installing custom wainscoting may be a challenge for most DIY’s, however in this case the homeowners knew they needed a professional and felt they were in great hands with Renovisions. Details certainly made a difference in this project; adding crown molding, careful attention to baseboards and trims had a big hand in creating a finished look. The painted wood vanity in color, sage reflects the trend toward using furniture-like pieces for cabinets. The smart configuration of drawers and door, allows for plenty of storage, a true luxury for a powder room. The quartz countertop was a stunning choice with veining of sage, black and white creating a Wow response when you enter the room. The dark stained wood trims and wainscoting were painted a bright white finish and allowed the selected green/beige hue to pop. Decorative black framed family pictures produced a dramatic statement and were appealing to all guests. The attractive glass mirror is outfitted with sconce light fixtures on either side, ensuring minimal shadows. The homeowners are thrilled with their new look and proud to boast what was once a simple bathroom into a showcase of their personal style and taste. "We are very happy with our new bathroom. We received many compliments on it from guests that have come to visit recently. Thanks for all of your hard work on this project!" - Doug & Lisa M. (Hanover)
Tate Studio Architects
Beautiful Powder Room Vanity with floating walnut cabinets. Interior design by Tate Studio Architects. Photo by Thompson Photographic
John McClain Design
Clean and bright modern bathroom in a farmhouse in Mill Spring. The white countertops against the natural, warm wood tones makes a relaxing atmosphere. His and hers sinks, towel warmers, floating vanities, storage solutions and simple and sleek drawer pulls and faucets. Curbless shower, white shower tiles with zig zag tile floor. Photography by Todd Crawford.
Lindsey Black Interiors
Satterberg Desonier Dumo Interior Design, Inc.
Matt Hesselgrave with Cornerstone Construction Group
Ann Lowengart Interiors
Cole & Son’s Circus technicolor wallcovering sets the stage for a glamorous powder room. The space is lit by a pair of Pruitt sconces by Arteriors.
With adjacent neighbors within a fairly dense section of Paradise Valley, Arizona, C.P. Drewett sought to provide a tranquil retreat for a new-to-the-Valley surgeon and his family who were seeking the modernism they loved though had never lived in. With a goal of consuming all possible site lines and views while maintaining autonomy, a portion of the house — including the entry, office, and master bedroom wing — is subterranean. This subterranean nature of the home provides interior grandeur for guests but offers a welcoming and humble approach, fully satisfying the clients requests. While the lot has an east-west orientation, the home was designed to capture mainly north and south light which is more desirable and soothing. The architecture’s interior loftiness is created with overlapping, undulating planes of plaster, glass, and steel. The woven nature of horizontal planes throughout the living spaces provides an uplifting sense, inviting a symphony of light to enter the space. The more voluminous public spaces are comprised of stone-clad massing elements which convert into a desert pavilion embracing the outdoor spaces. Every room opens to exterior spaces providing a dramatic embrace of home to natural environment. Grand Award winner for Best Interior Design of a Custom Home The material palette began with a rich, tonal, large-format Quartzite stone cladding. The stone’s tones gaveforth the rest of the material palette including a champagne-colored metal fascia, a tonal stucco system, and ceilings clad with hemlock, a tight-grained but softer wood that was tonally perfect with the rest of the materials. The interior case goods and wood-wrapped openings further contribute to the tonal harmony of architecture and materials. Grand Award Winner for Best Indoor Outdoor Lifestyle for a Home This award-winning project was recognized at the 2020 Gold Nugget Awards with two Grand Awards, one for Best Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle for a Home, and another for Best Interior Design of a One of a Kind or Custom Home. At the 2020 Design Excellence Awards and Gala presented by ASID AZ North, Ownby Design received five awards for Tonal Harmony. The project was recognized for 1st place – Bathroom; 3rd place – Furniture; 1st place – Kitchen; 1st place – Outdoor Living; and 2nd place – Residence over 6,000 square ft. Congratulations to Claire Ownby, Kalysha Manzo, and the entire Ownby Design team. Tonal Harmony was also featured on the cover of the July/August 2020 issue of Luxe Interiors + Design and received a 14-page editorial feature entitled “A Place in the Sun” within the magazine.