At the end of the mudroom, a door opens into the powder room. Because the home is near the water, the designers decked the space with wallpaper that features fish, octopus and other sea creatures. A large white-trimmed mirror and pedestal sink easily stand out against the blue and green.
Turn your powder room vanity into a chic focal point by installing tile from the counter to the ceiling. This will instantly add architecture and also make the vanity area feel larger and more elaborate.
With its white walls and modern pedestal sink, this powder room feels fresh and clean. A large round mirror breaks up all the straight lines and reflects the light from the sconce, making the space look a lot brighter.
Butterflies and birds take flight in this powder room, helping the small space feel full of interest and energy. Notice, too, how the designers used candles and striped towels to bring out the pink blooms of the wallpaper.
Textured blue wallpaper runs from the white tiled chair rail to the ceiling in this luxurious powder room. The wooden single vanity is topped with marble and features brushed nickel hardware. Beside, a beautiful ceramic flower adds a bit of art to the space.
A striking black-and-white buffalo art print makes a bold statement in this transitional powder room. The room's palette is highlighted by white subway tile on the walls and the beautiful black-and-white checker-tiled floor.
This small transitional powder room off of the entryway features an accent wall outfitted with carved stone tiles in a wave pattern. Various levels of lighting accentuate the texture further, filling the neutral space with personality.
Designer Harmony Weihs wanted to lighten and brighten this powder room to make it feel as large as possible. It was previously very dark with floor-to-ceiling dark blue paint. Crisp white tiles and golden yellow wallpaper do the trick while also adding pattern and texture to the space.
Turquoise vanity cabinets enliven this neutral space, giving it a playful, bold pop of color. Lucite and chrome sconces flank a mercury glass mirror for a traditional look that mellows out the bright cabinets.
This transitional-style powder room looks larger than it is thanks to a tall mirrored backsplash. The glossy marble floor is complemented by the striking marble sink, which has open space beneath, contributing to the space feeling roomier than it actually is.
The first-floor powder room of HGTV Dream Home 2013 features a fun and lively color palette of brown and green pulled directly from the surrounding South Carolina marshes. An aged mirror, flanked by two antique-nickel sconces, carves out the room's focal point.