powder room

Ta-Da! Peek into the tiny-teeniest room of our home, the beloved Powder room. Arent tiny things most precious? Yep, this was the most expensive area of our house since this is a new additional room and incurred all the Plumbing costs.

Early on our Mood boards, we had a Dark, Charcoal, and Black Toilet/ Bath somewhere in the house. The size and scale of the Powder room presented the perfect opportunity for that palette. Using Black Terrazzo Tiles for Flooring, Concrete Textured Porcelain tiles on Walls, and Painting the Ceiling, Walls, and Door, we found our perfect Black hole in our Galaxial Space.

powder room


powder room

The Powder room comes replete with a Floating Deep Sink and Wall Mounted Black Faucets. To optimize storage, all the extra candles, soap bottles, and itty-bitties can use a Surface Mounted Medicine Cabinet.

powder room

A Beautiful Black Metal Shelf on the walls is perfect for leaving an aromatic Reed Diffuser or a Flower Vase or Frog. 

powder room

Undoubtedly, the light would play an indispensable role in that Charcoal look. We picked two small Orb lights on Dimming, and they add a subdued glow, almost like two shining stars in the dark sky.

That’s how the smallest of the spaces in our home should be. Something to captivate the user, enthrall the senses, spark curiosity, and embellish the scenes.

powder room

Just a little bit more …

~ If you are new to this space, here is a little background on our Jersey City Home in a previous post and a Reveal of the Kitchen Space.

~ Initially, we chose a Fully Recessed Medicine cabinet, but a Plumbing Pipe necessitated a surface-mounted type.

~ Love these Waffle Hand towels.

~ Not here, but why is Aesop everywhere?

~ Elsewhere, this New Yorker Short Film on Bygone Brooklyn is so fabulous!

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Step inside! Enter our Living Space! The inception of this space was a desire for a positive, peaceful, and light-filled space. We believed in intentionally understated architecture with a minimalist design language. We drew inspiration from Brutalist and Scandinavian styles or even, say, waiting to be transported to Marfa, Texas. We chose a crisp, white backdrop for our wall with accents of mid-toned hues for warmth, texture, and tactility.

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