Before and After—Minimulism vs. Maximalism

 

 

I am so happy to read an article in the WSJ that “After decades of stark, formulaic interiors, design is giving way to maximalism—a luxurious riot of color and pattern.” You can read this article right here

 

A powder room is where you wow your guests.  This powder room features pink designer wallpaper, pale blue wainscot panelings, crown moldings, a Waterworks washstand, gilded Louis XVI gilded gold leaf mirror, a custom upholstered floral petite chair, modern marble floor and framed artworks.  The mix-and-match approach of layers, patterns and objects make the space intrigue, elegant and sophisticated.  The transformation from minimalism to maximalism truly deliver a big wow!

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A Powder Room Transformation

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Inviting, feminine and elegant
Inviting, feminine and elegant

The powder room is really not that big at all: 72″ x 72″. The renovation idea is to make it as stylish as possible in such a small space. Design features include:

1. Neutral yet high gloss large-format tiles on the floor and wall open the space.

2. The color scheme of crisp white, gray and cream with a touch of gold and blush creates low-tone luxury atmosphere.

3. Large floral mosaic on the side wall and the same pattern insert on the focal wall are truly the drama in an elegant way.

4. Artwork  with the gold frame makes the room interesting.

5. Having a little blush vanity chair in the corner is very inviting.

The fantasy comes true.

I hope you enjoy this little tour.  Please let me know what you think.

All the Best

Kristi

http://www.khk-designs.com