The One Room Challenge is a biannual event where designers and/or homeowners across the country enter one room in the challenge and document the design process, design tips, project sources, etc. over a six week period. This was our first experience entering as a Guest Participant in the challenge, and we’re excited to enter again in October!
On this project, we worked with a client who had recently remodeled her master bathroom, and had updated much of the rest of the main level. We worked with her to update the powder bathroom to match the style that they’d incorporated through the rest of their home! Since powder bathrooms are one of our favorite places to pack big design in a small space - that’s exactly what we did and we’re so happy with the transformation!
Just a reminder of the “before” photo of the powder bath. We wanted to update the Tuscan style furnishings and accessories for a more modern look.
Our client was great and took on several parts of the project herself - including painting the existing trim black, and staining the slate tile floor.
We added a mixture of brass and black hardware and fixtures to compliment the wallpaper! Love this faucet that we tagged in our Week 5 post.
We worked with Wallpaper Mama in Utah to install the wallpaper - and she did a great job matching up the pattern! Such a fun wallpaper and definitely makes a statement in the space.
We added a few simple details after the tile accent wall, wallpaper, and vanity had been installed - the room really didn’t need much else and we didn’t want it to feel too busy.
In UT, some of our favorite spots to shop for styling accessories are Highland Gardens, Home Goods, Down to Earth, and World Market!
This black tile from Bedrosians has become one of our new favorites - and it comes in NINE colors and two sizes!
This little art piece from Minted was the cherry on top for our install - we love using simple sketch artwork with a busy wallpaper. It adds another layer without fighting with the statement paper.
As with any project, we have just a few things left on our punch list for this bathroom - a few adjustments to wallpaper and getting the mirror hung on the tile wall but we loved working on this space and the challenge of getting it all done in 6 weeks.
We met with this client for the first time on day 1 of the challenge, spent the first two weeks finalizing design choices and getting samples approved, weeks 3-4 were primarily finalizing orders and scheduling installation, and the final two weeks were waiting for orders to come in and working with installers to get everything done on time!