By Roger Hazard
The Modern Farmhouse's powder room is located right off of the kitchen. Small but not cramped, we packed this small room with style - a pale blue ceiling, lots of art, an industrial steel chair, and a whimsical stack of toilet paper rolls. It makes for a powder room that no one forgets.
- Large wooden spherical drapery finials repurposed into cabinet door pulls (West Elm)
- Dakota Button wall hook for bath towels that we hand painted gloss white (Restoration Hardware)
- Gooseneck spout faucet in oil-rubbed bronze finish (Water Creation)
- Polished concrete floor
- Board-and-batten effect created with strips of wood lattice
- Mirror framed in MDF and painted gloss white
- Silestone countertop on vanity
- Sherwin-Williams "Hinting Blue" above board-and-batton and on ceiling
- Gallery white on board-and-batten
- Gloss white cabinet, trim, door
- Shaker-style vanity cabinet repainted white (IKEA)
- Vintage metal chair (barn in rural Iowa)
- Vintage desk lamp repurposed as light above mirror (Uncommon Objects)
- Can light with spot bulb on dimmer
- Textiles & Window Treatments
- Simple white vinyl roller shade custom cut on-site at The Home Depot, with a classic white ring pull from ShadePull.com
- Artwork & Accessories
- Naked man portrait (Seattle antique mall)
- Vintage antler mount (flea market in Hot Springs, AR)
- "I Had The Best Laid Plans..." painting (Omaha art auction)
- Wooden crates that we hand painted and attached to wall (Pottery Barn)
- Takara Breezy Singer animatronic cardinal (eBay)
If you are interested in discussing a similar transformation to your own home, contact us for a consultation.
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