Park HouseTraditional Powder Room, Sydney
Alterations and additions and a complete refurbishment to a federation style dwelling in collaboration with Denai Kulcsar Interiors.
Interiors - Denai Kulcsar Interiors
Landscape - Secret Gardens
Builder - Nick Nidzovic
Photographer - Anson Smart
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Instead of space-expanding white, thrill your guests with a dramatic velvety-dark powder room and striking pendant light, suggests Cooper. Guy says the soft Scandi look, with its pastels and cool greys, has dominated design for years now. But we are starting to look at richer colours and finishes and more interesting textures.
11. Going dark helps mitigate tight proportions. The designers at T01 Architecture & Interiors brought in a different graphic tile touch: a latticework pattern that emphasises the proportions in all the right places. The height of the pattern and dark paint above it prevent the room from feeling fenced in. Instead it’s a modern take on a secret garden. TELL US Would you consider a black bathroom for your home? Share your thoughts and pictures in the Comments below.MORE10 Stellar Black KitchensThe Black Lid, White Toilet Makes a Stylish Comeback7 Moody Colour Alternatives to Black
Don’t be afraid of the darkContrary to popular belief, small rooms pack an impressive punch when painted in dark colours. The rationale for this seemingly contradictory line of thought is that dark, tiny rooms rarely benefit from being all-white when there is limited natural light to bounce around the space. Going dark will welcome a moody but inviting atmosphere into the room, especially when there is a glint of metallic, whether via tapware, mirror frames or tiles.In this powder room, the black walls have been paired with a stunning silver vanity and black and white geometric patterned tiles to give the room a slightly masculine but still glamorous edge.Are you ready to go over to the dark side?