The restored Tudor home had a tiny powder room on the first floor that was terribly inadequate and had no shower. The homeowners requested a full bathroom downstairs because they garden extensively and wanted to clean up without having to go through the entire house to the upstairs bathroom. The builder moved the bath to the back of the home and expanded into an unused hallway space.
This petite bathroom has a classic layout, but what makes it so special is all the hand molded tile and marble flooring. The pedestal sink is elegant and acts as a space saving feature. As a designer, I love to "wow" guests with either bold wallpaper or a dramatic paint color to pop the neutral tile. Beautiful lighting, art, and a decorative mirror completes this stunning space!