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.
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.
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, 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.
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 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.
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.
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.