We’ve been hinting for awhile that we were involved in a really cool powder room collaboration with designer and blogger, Mollie Openshaw of Design Loves Detail. Well the big reveal is finally here and we are so excited to share some images from this Utah powder room. Mollie and her husband recently built their dream home in Sandy, UT which could best be described in three words, European, Modern and Organic! Mollie kept to this theme when designing their downstairs powder room.
Because this was a small space, she knew that she would need to make a big statement with the floor tile. She chose to use the Waterways Pattern in Blue on 12×12 carrara from our in-stock collection, Artisan Stone Tile. Mollie paired this captivating patterned tile with some modern pendants and minimalist, sleek cabinetry.
As you can see, eye-catching lighting and marble floor tile gives this space a unique and bold style while remaining timeless with the simplistic cabinetry and wall color.
Modern Farmhouse meets contemporary, European design
An up-close look at the Waterways Pattern on Carrara against the lovely wood floors that lead into the living room. This pattern contrasts nicely with other colors such as wood flooring or white cabinetry.
Our Waterways pattern is a part of our in-stock collection and available in a 12×12 carrara or 12×12 limestone. We offer Waterways in 2 colorways, a soft blue and a bold black as shown below.
From Mollie’s blog on this powder room: “This space may be small, but it’s packed with fun details and is one of my favorites! The design began with this fabulous patterned marble tile from my friends over at StoneImpressions. Have you seen their tile?! It’s AMAZING. It’s stunning in photos and even better in person. I selected the Waterways Pattern in Blue on Carrara Marble and it’s sooo pretty! I love the natural marble and the subtle tone of the blue, plus such a fun pattern, right?!! It really set the scene for the entire bathroom! I also love that it has a watercolor look to it, which lends to the high end feel of this tile and gives such lovely variation/movement to the pattern.”
Photography: Travis J Photography in Sandy, UT