A favorite feature is the new, hammered-copper sink. This vessel-style bowl, sitting in an iron base and paired with an aged bronze faucet, ties in nicely with the stone accent wall in the room. The sink combines function with high style. Exposed pipes were given a coat of black paint to achieve the look of iron.
When it came to addressing the rock wall, Missie turned to faux finish artist Jody DuBois for help. The existing surface added interesting texture to the space, but the rustic look didn't blend with the room's other elements. After a glazing process to soften its appearance, the wall became more of a sculptural piece rather than an eyesore.
Other touches included hanging architectural drawings, installing recessed lighting, and adding a framed mirror above the sink. The drawings are accented with simple black frames that allow them to stand out on the plain wall. Because this is a secondary bath, storage wasn't really a concern.