Be Our Guest: Perfecting the Powder Room


SPONSORED POST: An often-overlooked space in the home because of its small size, the powder room is the perfect place to make a stylist statement. Designed to be used by guests when visiting for cocktails or a fabulous meal, the powder room is an opportunity to experiment with maximalism and embrace the details that can make all the difference. Create a spot with its own unique identify where touching up lipstick is a joy and washing hands is pure delight.

From door levers and hinges, from pedestal sinks to accessory shelves, from faucet sets to towel bars, Sherle Wagner International designs, and crafts timeless and covetable objects for the bath. Their offerings, which span from heritage and traditional designs to contemporary collections, can be had in 19 metal finishes, 23 glaze colors and nearly 30 semi-precious gemstones. So whether the goal is a bold declaration of color or a space that exudes understated elegance, Sherle Wagner International is a true expert in the art of beautiful bathrooms.

Small Space, Big Impact

A small space can be the opportunity to think big. A statement pedestal, like the marble Egg & Dart shown here, adds grandeur to even the most petite of spaces. A Ribbon & Reed bar spout complements the scale; its solid brass construction lends a substantial feel, and its 24k gold plating epitomizes luxury. Coordinated accessories adorn the space with intricate jewelry-grade detail, achieved through manufacturing processes like hand-chasing.

Awash in Luxury

The guidelines are to wash your hands for at least two rounds of “Happy Birthday” but your guests may find a longer song so they can continue to discover the Lapis Lazuli and its signature deep blue hue around the space. Featured in the striking and modern Arco Faucet set as well on corners of the mirror and on the shelf that holds the hand towels, the lapis perfectly complements the polished platinum and creates focal points centered on unexpected design details.

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