Dramatic Transitional Bathroom by Jaque Bethke
NKBA's 2012 Design Competition Winner: Powder Room - Second Place.
Co-Designer: Amy Medler
A serene space has been created through impactful specifications such as orange sparkle grout around wall tiles that boast abstract detailing and a custom designed mirror.
The challenges of the space included duct work located above the ceiling, making it impossible to seat recessed lighting or even run electrical wiring. Hence, airplane cable track system was introduced to circumvent the duct problem. The cable system not only provided a creative solution to the lighting challenge, but it also holds yellow accent bulbs that serve to highlight the colorful artwork and textured walls. Meanwhile, additional fine details like the tapering of the wall mirror to make it look as if it's flowing into the sink below and the tapering of the sink platform to continue that flow, provide interesting focal points for guests to enjoy after they've taken in the works on display in this unique powder room that just might get mistaken for a gallery for fine art.
Photo By: Jill Greer/Greer Photo
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