Overland Park Interior Designer, Arlene Ladegaard, of Design Connection, Inc. was contacted by the client after Brackman Construction recommended her. Prior to beginning the remodel, the Powder Room had outdated cabinetry, tile, plumbing fixtures, and poor lighting.
Ladegaard believes that Powder Rooms should have personality and sat out to transform the space as such. The new dark wood floors compliment the walls which are covered with a stately gray and white geometric patterned wallpaper. A new gray painted vanity with a Carrara Marble counter replaces the old oak vanity, and a pair of sconces, new mirror, and ceiling fixture add to the ambiance of the room.
Ladegaard decided to remove a closet that was not in good use, and instead, uses a beautiful etagere to display accessories that complement the overall palette and style of the house. Upon completion, the client is happy with the updates and loves the exquisite styling that is symbolic of his newly updated residence.
Design Connection, Inc. provided: space plans, elevations, lighting, material selections, wallpaper, furnishings, artwork, accessories, a liaison with the contractor, and project management.