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Project Reveal: Fountain Hills Laundry + Powder Bath

We are nearing the end of our Fountain Hills Project reveal! If you missed the most recent post of the den + den bath, you'll want to go back to check that out here!

A laundry room is often a forgotten room in a home, seemingly unimportant and boring. We wanted this laundry room to receive equal amounts of design, thought, and love as the rest of the spaces in this project! You have to admit, it would be so much more enjoyable to be folding laundry in a space as dreamy as this one!

To start off this design, we wanted a bold cabinet color to add depth and contrast against the white countertops and wall tile. The paint color we settled on is a moody sort of blue that shows hints of green depending on the way light hits. To help keep this space bright and airy we tiled all four walls in this gorgeous handmade white subway tile. The texture in the handmade tile helps add softness and keeps this laundry room from feeling cold and sterile. To finish, the brass accents of the cabinet hardware and masculine light fixture add yet another level of warmth to the space.


Erica Vase | Metal Twist | Faux Fern Drop In | Laundry Baskets



Faux Fern Drop In | Zarah Pot | Paper Mache Bowl

Check out the before photo of this powder bath, you’d hardly recognize it! Our empty nester clients already had three showers in their home so we felt totally justified saying “sayonara” to that awful corner shower. This allowed us to design this massive floating vanity made of a stunning carrara marble. We also can’t ever say no to a good brass faucet complete with dainty cross handles + a pair of brass accented pendants. Next, can we talk about this floor design though?! To achieve this look we had our skilled tile installer cut these white and grey marble tiles at a diagonal to achieve this totally unique pattern. To finish it off, we had all the walls trimmed out in super traditional picture moulding to help bring elegance and timelessness back into the design.



Nora Vase | Vera Pot



Photography: John Woodcock

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