Finally the powder room is complete (well, 90%- awaiting window treatment). I am SO very happy with the way the amazing Cole & Sons Hicks Hexagon wallpaper came out! Seems every guy thinks it’s crazy busy and dizzying, including Andrew. Whoops. Sorry fellas. But I love it and love that it’s one of the first things you see down the hall when you enter the house! Andrew thinks we need a piece of art on the long wall to break up the small pattern, and I might agree, but right now I can’t bring myself to put a nail through that gorgeous paper!
Someone on Isstagram mentioned the actually liked the toilet design- I know, right? It’s the Porcher Lutezia round front, which we needed due to the closeness of the wall in front of the toilet. If you are over 6’4″ you cannot use this bathroom. :) And since this room is SO miniscule (like, REALLY tiny) we needed the world’s smallest sink too- but I was set on a pedestal, not one of those attached to the wall bits, so I was psyched when the peeps at Waterspot found this Barclay’s 18″ Stanford pedestal. Looks kinda vintage too, no? I also loooove the faucet from Jado (via Waterspot)– another hit of vintage with modern functionality. The mirror I scored from West Elm (a favorite I’ve used in client’s homes) and the sconces are from Lamps Plus. And note by adorbs little monogrammed zebra linen hand towel from Monogram Goods? Isn’t it the cutest?