Our clients asked us to help them transform an unfinished space into a functional and clean powder room. We decided to use stock tile (and fixtures) from Home Depot, with the vision that the overall look would be natural and organic with a hint of coastal vibe.
We found some great planked porcelain tile for the floor, which mimics the look of wood. We ran it length-wise through the adjoining hall into the bath to give the illusion of more space. We used classic white 3x6 subway tile 1/2 way up the walls in the bathroom to help with spatter from the sink.
The walls are painted in Edgecomb Grey from Benjamin Moore, in eggshell finish. It's a perfect neutral "greige" that we've used before with success. Because this is in the basement, the contractor maximized ceiling height be installing recessed lights throughout the space and we didn't need a light installed over the vanity.
We actually don't have any good pictures of the "before" space! It really was a bathroom completely crafted from unfinished space.
The neutral walls are an opportunity to accessorize with colorful art if they wish.
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