New York’s first “powder room” opens at a trendy corner of New York City

The first room in the newly opened New York/New Jersey/Connecticut/New York office space is now open for business.

The powder room is the brainchild of NYC-based photographer Chris Dufault, who took his first photo of it in March 2017.

The room is open to all.

It features a white wall, white table and chairs, and a white couch.

It also features a table, chair and a table.

Inside the room, you’ll find a powder board, a coffee table, a white board, an empty bottle of wine and a few other pieces of furniture.

It has been named “Powder Room,” after the first room Dufaults photographed in New York in 2015.

Dufault was inspired to open the powder room by a meeting with his boss, artist/designer Matt Stollman.

He was told that powder rooms in Manhattan were too expensive and expensive to rent.

Stollmans work was featured in “The Artist,” and he shared the experience on Instagram, saying, “You can’t really buy this space.”

Dufaults photography was inspired by his experience at a hotel in Paris, where he took photos of an empty hotel room and shared them with friends.

The photographer said he realized there was an opportunity to create an open space in New Jersey, and it took off.

The room features white walls, white tables and chairs.

The white table is a white coffee table.

The powder board is a piece of white paper.

The sofa is a black couch.

The office space in the powder space has a large, open-plan white-paneled office space.

The office space has an open-and-shut design.

Dufaux says the room was inspired in part by a room he and his family rented in London.

Ducault said he wanted to open a room for the creative community.

“I wanted to create a space where we could connect people who wanted to be open to the world and just feel comfortable to talk and collaborate,” he said.

The New York office was first listed on Airbnb in June 2017.

Dua says it has become popular, but he’s not sure if it’s going to be able to survive.

“We were going to start up a little bit of an incubator space, and this is really the beginning of it,” he explained.

“We’ve got to make sure we’re creating the right space, that the space feels right.”

The powder space is located at 1201 Madison Avenue in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

The space has two separate floors, each with a private balcony overlooking the courtyard.

Duhault says the powderroom has no windows and has a private entrance.

The door to the powder rooms can be unlocked and opened.