Homeowners frequently turn their attention to the big-ticket spaces such as the kitchen, living room or dining room when considering a modern redesign. Laura Yeager Smith, owner of Laura Yeager Smith Home & Design in Hudson, wants to make sure you don’t overlook a tiny area where a makeover can have the most dramatic effect: the powder room.
“Powder rooms are typically smaller spaces where taking a big risk can pay off dramatically,” says Yeager Smith. “I love to create powder rooms that have their own identity and feel like a departure from the more traditional surrounding elements.”
As part of a complete, down-to-the-studs restructuring of a Hudson home in 2017, Yeager Smith created this modern powder room to stand out as a showpiece.
With a palette of blue, white, polished nickel and gray, she used a floating vanity with a clean white Cambria quartz top and polished post mounted faucet to evoke a feeling of whimsy amid the modern elements of the rest of the house.