I find small spaces to be a fun challenge!  I always think of them as little secret rooms that should have something so extraordinary inside that your guests can’t wait to take a peek!  This powder bath certainly qualifies as a small space.  The trick is to make EVERY element count!

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx | Powder Bath

From the special brass and crystal door knob to the leather upholstered vanity trimmed in brass nailhead, this tiny room has strong and exciting appeal from the hallway!

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx | Powder Bath

The damask wallpaper is watermark like and quite subtle which leaves room in the spotlight for other thoughtfully added elements such as the antique gold mirror over the brass water faucet.

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx | Powder Bath

Just a touch of light pink via the fresh tulips, hand towel and silk roman shade, adds an interesting splash of color.  It’s a perfect offset to the black and white marble tile that is continued from the hallway.

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx | Powder Bath

I found this perfect faux bamboo shelf on etsy after searching through antique stores for a year.

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx | Powder Bath

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx | Powder Bath

This lantern adds one more whimsy touch of great interest and style.  Plus another brass element ties the tiny space together, from floor to ceiling.

Sometimes the most fun can be had in tiny spaces!  Go crazy with your smallest spaces and let your personal style shine through!

Happy Monday!!

Jenny Tamplin Interiors | College Station, Tx

 
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