With barely enough room to step inside this little Powder Room, every little thing that could be done to maximize elbow room became extremely important. The plumbing roughs for the sink were strategically placed in the wall so that there would be room for the vessel bowl to sit atop a narrow glass countertop that is suspended on stainless steel support rods. Plumbing roughs even become “art” when the p-trap is so visibly displayed. The back-lit mirror is mounted proud of a stone design element that flushes up with the drywall. The niche at the left end of the vanity is painted in a contrasting paint color and is inset with floating shelves for displaying small treasures.