Powder Room



Photo by Aggie Cholewka

 

Lisa Tessler
Link Interiors

Scarsdale This powder room features an intricate marble sink top complimented by silver, metallic wallpaper. Designer Lisa Tessler started with the phenomenal piece of marble and built everything around that. “I wanted to create a jewel box for when guests visited the home,” says Tessler. With the marble, wallpaper, and mirror there is a sense of drama and formality.

 


Photo by Aggie Cholewka 

 

Lisa Tessler
Link Interiors

Scarsdale Black and white cement tiles set the stage for this modern and interesting powder room, which worked around the modern, rustic feel of the rest of the home. “The tiles are fun and interesting while creating ‘wow’ impact for any guest,” says Lisa Tessler. The black accessories in the mirror, faucet, window covering, and hardware create a dramatic impact in this otherwise small space.

 


Photo by Tim Lenz

 

Barrett Oswald
Barrett Oswald Designs

Larchmont Working with the dormer in this powder room, Barrett Oswald chose a patterned, textured wallpaper that would make a statement. For the vanity, she used a white lacquered piece and large marble floor tiles to compliment the expressive wallpaper without overwhelming the space.

 


Photo by Peter Krupenye

 

Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, ASID
Carol Kurth Architecture + Carol Kurth Interiors

Bedford Carol Kurth envisioned this powder room as a treetop sanctuary, evoking a treehouse, amidst the woodland canopy. The cladding is made of reclaimed wood and repeats modern, rustic design elements found throughout the rest of the home. The log ceiling incorporates lighting and is reflected in the mirror providing illumination and ambience in this space.

Other Contributors: Contractor, Legacy Construction Northeast

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