Two unusual objects are perched on the edge of the sink: a tusk-shaped accent and a circular vase. Because so much of this bathroom is defined by clean lines, these immediately add interest to the space.
Eclectic Powder Room With Contemporary Southwestern Wallpaper
Textured wallpaper with a bohemian navy print gives this powder room a contemporary Southwestern look. Simple fixtures keep the focus on the bold wallpaper, so as not to overwhelm the small space. The solid wood vanity serves as a fixed focal point to anchor the room.
Black subway tiles help shine a spotlight on this powder room's bright turquoise wallpaper decorated with butterflies and moths. The floor sports a bold diamond pattern and a vintage metal washstand and pivot mirror are a nod to the home's historical roots.
Eclectic Powder Room With Blue and Gray Geometric Wallpaper
This stylish powder room features a blue and green geometric wallpaper paired with an otherwise neutral palette. A mirror and two sconces are placed above the rectangular single sink vanity, while a framed flower photograph adds a feminine touch.
Eclectic Bathroom With Blue Vanity and Patterned Wallpaper
Patterned blue and white wallpaper surrounds this single vanity bathroom. A blue vanity with dark stone counters provides extra storage space with a shelf underneath the sink. Slim white sconces flank the vanity mirror, providing soft lighting for this colorful room.
This lively bathroom features black hexagonal wall tiles paired with blue and white geometric print floor tiles, creating an eclectic look. A mirrored shower gives the space more depth, while a painting of a man adds a finishing touch.
Eclectic, Two-Toned Bathroom With Rich Turquoise Tile
From the top, this two-toned bathroom looks totally traditional. But look past the pedestal sink, and you'll see that the space becomes an eclectic mix of turquoise tile walls, white penny tile floors and a southwestern rug.
Being ardent Scuba Divers, the clients requested that their show stopping powder room be a true reflection of their marine expeditions! To create the illusion of flowing water, the designer installed a tile with an aquatic pattern, which when put together created the desired cascading effect. Anchoring this set-up is a dark-stained cherry slab panel door cabinet that hides the plumbing.