Category 4: Powder Room

• Elina Katsioula-Beall, CKD of Dewitt Designer Kitchens in Pasadena, CA used unconventional elements to create this powder room, designed to reflect the client’s childhood memories of South Africa. Wood-lined walls feature niches that incorporate African wood sculptures and other artifacts. The curved-front vanity from Serrao is covered with faux leather and capped with chiseled Vicenza limestone. The Kohler Caxton sink, tall curved-spout faucet from Watermark Designs and multi-colored slate flagstone floor add to the natural feel of the space. An in-wall tank system from Geberit with Toto toilet fits seamlessly into the design. Branches act as functional pieces to hold towels.

• Lori W. Carroll, NCIDQ/ASID of Lori Carroll & Associates in Tucson, AZ, along with co-designers Guillermo Bazua and Mary Roles, created this dramatic powder room with Tuscan vibe. The focal point of the curved space is Kohler’s Serpentine Bronze design on Conical Bells vessel sink – a vitreous china sink inscribed with turtles, fish and intertwining sea serpents – that sits upon a hand-carved travertine pedestal. The sink is complemented by a metal cantilever shelf and Wherever Wall Mount Lavatory faucet from Sonoma Forge. Accentuating the room’s curves are mosaic tiles with rope trim from Syzygy. Solid bronze hanging sconces with glass globes, Kohler Bancroft toilet and mirror finish the space.

• Dramatic curves and angles are the statement makers in this powder room designed by Lori W. Carroll, NCIDQ/ASID and Mary Roles of Lori Carroll & Associates, in Tucson, AZ. A curved Morisca quartz countertop with a 6" custom alder apron sweeps to a center point that supports twin 18" round copper sinks from Stone Forest. RSVP two-handle lav faucets in Brilliance Brushed Bronze from Brizo complement the vessels. Echoing the counter shape is open shelving in each corner, set against frosted glass tiles in Brown Sugar from Cello. A Kohler Strela toilet sits atop Giallo Antico travertine flooring, which is featured throughout the room.

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