Look at this tiny corner sink by Tracey Stephens. On its own, it would be a diminutive and rather plain piece. Add a brightly patterned skirt and a complementary mosaic backsplash, and you have a little sink that lives large.
The powder room was not functioning because of the broken toilet. The family was waiting for the planned kitchen renovation to upgrade it. The existing location didn't work in the new kitchen design.
The powder room was relocated to the back and side of the new kitchen. The new space was given a fanciful and fun treatment including Schumacher's wallcovering "A-Twitter" – a flock of songbirds in colorful bright hues. The bird theme continues with the Schumacher fabric sink skirt, the beaded bird perched on the pendant and the embroidered bird hand towel. The red ceiling brings a dash of bold color. The petite corner sink, perfect for the small space, gets a custom mosaic backsplash that was created using leftover tiles from this kitchen and other renovation jobs and broken bits of pottery. The random pattern limestone floor continues from the kitchen. A pocket door makes the most of the small space.
General Contractor: European Craftsman, LLC