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Hidden Potential: The Best In Powder Room Design

Like Couturier, designer Natalie Clayman imbues a fearless approach to her chinoiserie-esque motif fashioned with a striking red countertop while brass hardware behaves as the equalizer. “The Nina Campbell wallpaper from Osborne & Little brings everything together and makes the space feel beautiful and cohesive,” says Clayman, who works out of Knoxville, Tennessee. “The vanity was something I designed to support the bold, playful walls.”

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Posted by Bari on 3/12/2014 3:55:31 AM

What is this wallpaper? I love it!!

Posted by Bari on 3/12/2014 3:56:21 AM

What is this wallpaper? I love it!!

Posted by Tiana on 3/12/2014 10:04:24 AM

I love the sink! Very modern.

Posted by lisa on 3/27/2014 10:33:46 AM

ditto on the wallpaper!

Posted by G on 8/22/2014 2:25:40 AM

It's not wallpaper. They are Ann Sacks black tiles