Project: Cupcakes { powder bath }

February 25, 2014


Just like with Project Cupcakes Kitchen, I have had to wait an eternity to show you the most beauteous of beautiful powder baths you ever did see.  We are talkin’ Dalai Lama level patience to not show everyone and anyone pictures of this beautiful little jewel box of a bathroom. I am so glad the time has finally come for the big reveal, and lets just say this little powder bath is maybe (positively ) the best little powder bath I ever did see.

( in my humble opinion )

check it….



All images shot by Emily Schuman of

Talk about a Before and After!

Here is a short and sweet description of what we did and why….

WALLPAPER: Em and G really wanted to make a statement in this perfect little powder bath. We searched for wallpapers that would be as impactful as possible and not something we may have already seen before. Because is a magical unicorn, and has the power to unlock even the most buried of treasures, we were able to stumble onto wallpaper…and the rest was history. Is it possible to even say that the pictures don’t do it justice??  In the flesh it looks like an oil painting… its “Bonkers Good” for lack of a better phrase.

VANITY & FAUCET: Well you saw the kitchen and its dose of purty brass hardware!  Since we were so stoked with how that turned out and because this little powder bath happens to be right off the kitchen, we decided to stick with the brass finishes in this room as well!!!  We wanted to stick to a budget and finding antique brass, marble top vanities for our price point was literally impossible.  We decided to go the plating route again for the vanity legs and faucet. We headed to Restoration Hardware and purchased the “” vanity and the “” faucet since we loved the shape. We took it to our local plating company and specified the finish to be the same as what we used in the kitchen. The end result was just fabulous. I think doing any other metal other than brass on this dark and saturated paper would have been doing it a disservice.

LIGHTING:  is a “go-to” lighting source for me. I have used them numerous times in the past, including my own bathroom remodel.  I wanted the lighting to feel a little traditional, but a little retro as well…so we chose the “” (traditional) and the “” (retro). The combination makes me happy!

I am pretty pumped as you can see and am so pleased with the result. It’s just so fancy!!!

more pics on  blog


Wallpaper: Ellie Cashman “Dark Floral”

Mirror: CB2 “Tork” mirror

Lighting: Schoolhouse Electric +

Customized Restoration Hardware  Vanity with dipped brass legs

Faucet: Restoration Hardware’s “” Collection

Vase: Johnathan Adler 

Toilet Paper Holder: House of Antique Hardware


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    how did you order the wallpaper? I haven’t gotten a response from their website. Thanks!

  2. Please tell me the price of the dark floral wallpaper & how can I order it.
    I have a small bathroom & would like to start papering as soon as possible if I can afford your price.


  3. Too busy and bold for my taste on the walls. I could see an accent wall and the other three to compliment the accent wall. I love more browns and tans and creams and white to make it pop. I love the bling lights and brushed nickel faucets and hardware. If I could find a wallpaper with a mixture of my color pallet, I’d definitely consider it as and accent wall. It’s a half bath so I’d definitely not go all out floral in that dark color. My next color palette are Grays and whites. I have an open concept house so I think it would be okay to throw the half bath off the usual color pallet to add that wow factor in that small space.

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