You can practically hear the whisper of desert breezes in this southwestern inspired powder room. Rich and warm with a heavy patina, copper is the ideal choice for faucets and integrated sink/backsplash. The shape is rustic, echoing the hand pumps of yesteryear where townsfolk gathered as much for companionship as to draw water. A mirror of leather and cowhide completes the historical reference.
Fumed glass tiles in a luscious rainbow of iridescence create a vibrant, playful counterpoint to the simplicity of a single-lever copper faucet and matching undermount sink. Unexpected texturing, reminiscent of the bold brushstrokes of Impressionists like Monet, gives visual pizzazz to the soft grey countertop. Lazily aware of her own beauty, a single water lily spreads her petals for all to admire.
Tranquil, Zen-like elegance is the foundation of this unusual bathroom combination. Long and narrow, the wooden sink is topped with a wrought iron faucet that, like a mini waterfall, cascades water over polished stones in the basin. A solid-surface counter in white draws no attention to itself, instead allowing the beauty of these natural elements to take centre stage.
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