After a devastating fire that destroyed the client's home, some materials were retrieved from the embers and incorporated into this reconstructed half bath. Items salvaged from the ruins — travertine tile, wall sconces and a ceiling pendant — informed the inspiration for the new design in this powder room renaissance. A floating Mascarello granite countertop completes the space.
Caitlin Dowe-Sandes covered this bathroom, from the floor to the window seat, in colorful Moroccan cement tiles from her own company. A simple vanity and Moroccan-inspired accessories allow the bathroom to make a dramatic statement without appearing over-the-top.
A powder room is the perfect spot to use a bold, graphic wallpaper. It makes a big impact in such a small space. A simple wall-mounted faucet, gold mirror and sleek vessel sink bring in a contemporary vibe without competing with the wallpaper.
White, Eclectic Master Bath with Mediterranean Accents
An antique wardrobe is flanked by two blue-painted cabinets that hold the sinks in this eclectic master bath. Mediterranean accents like terra cotta floors and Spanish tile pop against the room's sleek white walls and ceiling.
A funky, carrot-inspired art piece stands beside the small floating vanity in this magenta bathroom. A large mirror reflects the bathroom's patterned accent wall, making it the focal point of the space.
Elements of Gold Elevate Small Powder Room in San Francisco Showcase
Designer Julie Rootes selected the gold-leaf metal niche in the powder room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 to mimic the color and honeycomb pattern of the silk wallcovering. The look is complemented by 24-karat gold and onyx mosaic tile.