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Interior designer: Jennifer Corredor, J Design Group (Coral Gables, FL) Sink: Custom, from solid marble, installed by Gomez Repair Corp Faucet: Axor from Decorator’s Plumbing Toilet: Kohler, electric operation and motorized flush, from Decorator’s Plumbing Wall treatments: Wall Pebble covering from Solistone, Slabs Monte-Carlo by Coverings, custom pattern by J Design Group, installed by Eclipse Stone Floor tiles: Mont Blanc marble from Universal Stone, installed by Martile Mirror: Baker Knapp & Tubbs Accessories: Brizo towel bar with crystal detail from Sophisticated Hardware; Pratesi towel Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Daniel Newcomb Soft and subtle This beige powder room presents a play of opposites – the texture of pebbles is set against the smoothness of polished stone Above: A curvaceous wall and contrasting textures create interest in this small powder room remodeled by interior designer Jennifer Corredor. The circular toilet looks much like an ottoman and boasts electric operation. With no visible cistern, the minimalist piece increases the impression of space. Facing page: The sculptural basin is the centerpiece of the room and is carved out of solid Italian marble. 100 Windowless and enclosed, the powder room offers designers a chance to break with a home’s overall decor for a more playful, individual air. This modest space has been remodeled by Jennifer Corredor of J Design Group as part of a condominium refurbishment. Several elements combine to give this central, yet almost hidden powder room a one-off aesthetic, says Corredor. “To complement the existing wave-shaped wall I introduced a textured pebble tile surface, with a contrasting smooth marble feature wall. I set the vein of the stone two ways for interest. “The focus of the room, however, is the sink. search | save | share at This is carved from a solid marble slab, sourced from Italy, and weighs over 800lb.” The wider decor combines the classic and modern and this theme is echoed subtly here. “An ornate mirror adds a touch of the exotic, while the sculptural toilet, also circular, offers a more minimalist, high-tech presence. “The curved wall and pristine white marble floors draw you into the space,” says Corredor. save | share Search 39153 at