This petite powder room is filled with fun, whimsical elements, from the faux bois treatment on the walls and floors, to the porthole mirror, to the antique dresser-turned-vanity. Nautical-inspired sconces, along with the tight dimensions, work together to give this room the feel of a ship's compartment.
The original window and built-in cabinets were retained since they are a desirable and authentic feature of the home's period. An antique table converted into a vanity with vessel sink adds a timeless touch. Subway tile lines the wall of this bathroom space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Red floral wallpaper is the highlight of this ornate Victorian powder room designed by Charles Faudree Interiors. The space features rich, gold and colorful accents, like the decorative mirror and sconce. An antique dresser has been converted into a vanity with marble top and gold-leaf sink, and a small side table provides an ideal spot for decorative touches such as floral arrangements and potpourri.
A powder room at the top of a set of stairs features an elegant chandelier and beautiful printed wallpaper. The designer made the most of a small space by using a small, low-impact glass vanity top for the round stainless sink. In the hallway leading into the bathroom sits an antique dress form, dolled up with scarves and a handbag for a feminine touch.