The existing powder room in this Richmond Heights home was in great need of updates to match the timeless qualities of the home. The designer approached this formal powder room with a timeless look yet fresh and current flair.

The Waterworks washstand vanity acts as the center piece of the bathroom and provides plenty of style and function for the space. The vanity was enhanced with a natural marble top with a sculpted valance to tie in to the curvilinear base and shelf on the vanity. A simple and stylish Kallista faucet is paired to match the clean and European look. The vanity shelf is styled with a collection of curated accessories. The backdrop and the major change to the room was the installation of detailed applied molding on all walls and painted out in a beautiful Farrow and Ball blue. The two leveled paneling was created jointly between the interior designer and the contractor, who has a passion for fine carpentry. Using paneling as opposed to wallpaper gave the room a calm and timeless appeal. The oversized framed mirror from Mirror Home allows the Visual Comfort sconces and chandelier to provide impactful light. In combination, the layered design elements provide a time-honored look and feel.

Liz Basler, Allied ASID

Alise O’Brien Photography

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