The powder room allows you to have a more refined area of design and where you can add touches of elegance. It’s a space that you can have more fun with. With a small footprint, this allows you to be more creativity and you can stray from the design palette of the rest of the home -if you so wish.
The moment you walk into this powder room you notice the grandiose feel of the soaring ceiling height. The sparkling reflection of light coming from the chandelier is also a wonderfully pleasant surprise and casts dramatic shadows in the space.
Touches of elegance in this space include the suspended crystal on the Feiss Malia chandelier to the sleek faucet and marble polished chrome vanity. This elevates the room from feeling like a basic powder room to a luxury high style hotel retreat. The floor to ceiling split-face charcoal natural slate wall tile gives the room more depth while offering a bold texture to the space. To balance off the bathroom, the geometric pattern of the dove gray coloured wallpaper from Thibaut offers a subtle interest without being too overpowering. The addition of the warm white in the marble of the floor, and in the paint color of the finishing trim on the floor and ceiling, keep this space feeling fresh, tailored, and classic. NFID would love to help you design your powder room. Contact us at NFID-CONTACT.– NFID
Written By: Lauren Friesen, Senior Interior Designer, NFID
Project/Client: Smith Residence, Calgary, AB
Interior Design Firm: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Calgary, AB
Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography, Calgary, AB
Builder/Contractor: Siena Signature Builders, Calgary, AB