Some of the most intriguing characteristics of a historic home are those that are slowly revealed over time. A hidden staircase, a family crest subtly imprinted in plaster, a concealed cellar—these unique architectural elements offer fascinating clues to the history of the home.

Such is the case with this elegant powder room, discreetly hidden underneath a grand staircase in this century-old Brentmoor Park home. Its arched doorway lures you in as you step into a jewel box of reflective finishes and delicate patterns.

In redesigning this glamorous half bath, the designer wanted the small space to feel as generous as possible. The sink was relocated to the corner of the bath in a custom curved cabinet to give the illusion of more open space. Osborne & Little’s “Azari” wallpaper, with its bright reflective quality, expands the room by adding depth and dimension.

Sparkling details, like Waterwork’s “Opus” faucet with crystal egg handles and Visual Comfort’s “Cross Bouillotte” sconce with a polished nickel finish, add dramatic flair to this graceful powder room.

Handcrafted wainscotting was perfectly planned to frame the cabinetry and envelop the room.

A chic hideaway, this powder room creates a peaceful moment where guests feel treasured and pampered in the utmost luxury.

Meghan Heeter, Allied ASID

Alise O’Brien Photography

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