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Modern Powder Room And Lounge
In the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 Powder Room and Lounge, designer Kristi Will interpreted the timeless glamor of San Francisco decor from the past with a rich and crisp modern touch. The lounge chair embedded in the wall boasts a bright fuchsia color and unique shape. Neutral walls and drapes allow the fuchsia accents to steal the show.
Caswell creates drama in this powder room with dark horizontal faux bois tile, slate shower walls and molded glass countertops. Since her client's trusted her with the rest of their home, she designed this room as a complete surprise to them.
Reclaim wood, distress paint and a antique mirror are the perfect match for new chrome fixtures and marble counter tops. The mix off historical rustic elements blended with new in this powder room comes together with attractive results.
The modern aesthetic carries into this powder room via elements like a floating natural wood vanity, white mirror and tile accent wall. The cantilevered vanity also makes the bathroom feel more spacious by freeing up floor space.
An ultra-modern sink basin topped by a fun modern mirror gives a lot of look to this small powder room. Oversized black octagonal tile creates a dramatic backsplash. The mirror reflects the freeform, organic design on the opposing wall. Overall, the effect is fun, funky and whimsical, yet luxe.
Mod penny tile and boldly patterned wallpaper give interest and design distinction to a compact powder room. The pedestal sink, with its wall-mounted hardware, is a space saver. A sleek mirror offers a glimpse at the modern stairwell beyond.
Use mosaic tiles for a stylish accent. Karina Souki Bryant of K_Souki Design Studio chose hexagonal mosiac tiles to create a chic, romantic accent wall behind her powder room sink. The small, white hexagons, finished with a dark grout and extending to the ceiling, add a punch of style and create a sense of depth in the small space. Her Atlanta home was designed and built by Imery Group.
So much style in so little a space: Wood paneling and textured black wallpaper make a dramatic impression in this narrow powder room. The pendant light takes on sculptural dimension hung in front of the tall window.