Gilbert Kivett Residence
Midcentury Powder Room, Los Angeles
The corner lot at the base of San Jacinto Mountain in the Vista Las Palmas tract in Palm Springs included an altered mid-century residence originally designed by Charles Dubois with a simple, gabled roof originally in the ‘Atomic Ranch’ style and sweeping mountain views to the west and south. The new owners wanted a comprehensive, contemporary, and visually connected redo of both interior and exterior spaces within the property. The project buildout included approximately 600 SF of new interior space including a new freestanding pool pavilion at the southeast corner of the property which anchors the new rear yard pool space and provides needed covered exterior space on the site during the typical hot desert days. Images by Steve King Architectural Photography
Example of a 1950s ceramic tile, white tile and blue tile powder room design in Los Angeles with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, a wall-mount toilet, blue walls, an undermount sink and gray countertops
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7. Designers showed us that you can make a big move in a small powder room — this former coat closet measures just 4½...
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Can you tell I like a bold tile wall?
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