Glazed ceramic subway tiles are an inexpensive and classic addition to any bathroom. Designer Mark Williams loves to use them on the walls since they serve a practical solution and create a refined look.
A mix of antique and contemporary decor creates interest in this powder room. A gallery wall of antique doorknobs makes quite the statement beside the toilet, while above the toilet, swimming fishes in a simple black frame bring a calming vibe to the transitional design.
This powder bathbacksplash features chevron patterned tiles in a deep blue-green color and a shimmery mica wallpaper on side walls. The vanity floats off the floor with an engineered quartz countertop and an elegant vessel sink sitting on top. The mirror is recessed into the tile with a wall mounted faucet. A hand-blown ombre smoke to clear glass pendant brightens the space.
The fox looks right at home in this rustic powder room where an intriguing mix of textures makes a beautifully layered look. Walls are covered in gray andesite slate; the countertop is a fossil slab. The sink and waterfall faucet are both antique copper. To match the sink's warm tone, designers gave the pendant a dark copper patina finish.