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Powder Room

Dramatic Contemporary Bathroom by Erica Westeroth

2010 NKBA Design Competition - Powder Room: Second Place

The overall objective in this space was a powder room that conveyed a strong visual impact by incorporating minimal modern design with soft organic lines as well as the application of natural materials and colors. The designer beautifully accomplished this by creating depth through variations in color, texture, and shape. Rounded shapes in the mirror and a thick floating countertop, coupled with a three-layered effect on the wall, provide ample focal points to an artfully pleasing space. Porcelain tile, glass mosaic, and a round backlit mirror create a stunning textured effect on the primary wall. Shimmering hues of steel gray, tan, and taupe offer complementing blends and contrasts in a powder room that aptly conveys the definition of art in design.
Co-Designer: Tim Scott

Erica Westeroth
XTC Design Incorporated
39 Marina Avenue
Toronto M8W 1K4
phone (416) 491-9444
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