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.
This fresh and fruity palette of green and orange is the perfect color combination for a small and narrow bathroom. The colors ensure that the room is not washed out or too bright. With a pedestal vanity, an alternate storage solution is essential if you want the kids to keep the bathroom squeaky clean.
This bathroom's metallic teal-and-gold hexagonal wallpaper provides a bold accent to the neutral design choices showcased in the shower, including the taupe ceramic tile. A soft ottoman-like stool adds a natural touch and serves as a place to stash a towel while showering.
To add some variation to the guest bath, the designers chose a chartreuse green tile color for the shower space and paint color for the sink room. For some warmth and age, barn board was used on the ceiling, and a local maker built the cart that serves as the vanity.
A pop of light turquoise coordinates so well with the chartreuse. Above the faucets are bypassing medicine cabinets that also have electrical in them, hiding toiletries and adding more storage.
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.
In this hotel-inspired small bathroom, designer Luca Paganico created a striking focal point with a recycled glass tile backsplash. The mix of tiles pulls the room together, bringing out the colors of the walls and stone countertop.
A powder room, sandwiched between the mudroom and the front entry of the HGTV Dream Home 2011, bursts with colors inspired by the Vermont landscape. "It's just this wonderful land of contrasts," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "That plays a lot into the design scheme." A wall in the powder room is dedicated to oil paintings by Dorothy Martinez.
The homeowner's only request for this space was to have a bathroom that was cool and unusual. With that in mind, the designers used a green metallic hexagonal wallpaper paired with a traditional pedestal sink and gold bull sculptures on the wall to give the transitional bathroom a funky vibe.
When they need to freshen up, guests can head into this pretty powder room. Here, green-and-black wallpaper evokes thoughts of flowers in bloom, while a gold mirror and sconces offer a touch of shimmer.
The bathroom's teal-and-gold hexagonal-patterned wallpaper adds a lively vibe to the transitional space, while a white pedestal sink adds a traditional touch. Towel hooks featuring gold bull sculptures hang on the wall, providing an eclectic, funky edge.
Lime green and white patterned wallpaper keeps this transitional bathroom feeling cheery and bright. A large clam shell provides whimsical towel storage, and a leopard print stool provides chic seating.
Fresh green cabinets and a whimsical mix of modern and traditional elements turn this bath into a fun focal point. Black penny tile pops against the pale, sleek countertop. Contemporary chrome fixtures add the finishing touch.