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.
Designer Angelica's Henry's creative juices were certainly flowing in her design of this modern home's powder room! The pyramid shapes of the red vanity play against the angles of the Union Jack wall covering for a totally unique look. And her clients, newly transplanted to the US from London, are crazy for it!
Outlined in contrasting brown wood, the gray and white elegance of a slanted marble sink mingles with the texture and shadows of white mosaic tile in this stylish, contemporary powder room. A tray containing bathroom accouterments maintains the gray and white color theme.
By tiling the wall behind the sink, Andreas Charalambous creates visual interest without overwhelming those lucky enough to visit this mosaic powder room. Small object boxes, reflected in the mirror, are an efficient way to display treasures in a small space.
Warm, Contemporary Powder Room With Floating Vanity & Vessel Sink
Warm hues of red and gold tie this contemporary powder room together through the tile walls, vessel sink and pendant light. A frameless mirror inset into the tile works in tandem with the striking lines of the floating vanity.
Topaz tiles with mother-of-pearl luminescence wrap an angular corner in this contemporary Brooklyn bathroom. An oval undermount sink is off-center in the floating countertop though centered in the room itself, highlighting the unusual shape of the space.
Glitzy Powder Room With Floating Vanity and Glass Countertop
A smooth, horizontal-grain finish lends a sleek look to the floating vanity in this powder room. The simple style of the vanity allows the more glamorous elements of the room – like the translucent glass countertop and silver leaf tile backsplash – to take center stage.
Turquoise Contemporary Powder Room With Graphic Wallpaper
Turquoise wallpaper with a bold graphic print transforms this powder room into a truly memorable space. The rest of the furnishings are kept simple in black and white, letting the walls steal the show.
This little powder room got a big makeover with architectural detailing, punchy wallpaper, unique lighting and mirror. Custom designed wall panels, Dedar Alhamabra wallpaper, a new pendant and hardware make this a fun little space full of character.
"Lighting is vital to any good design and it's definitely worth the splurge when it comes to your bathrooms. Whether it's a cozy powder bath for visiting guests or a large master suite where you prepare yourself for the day that lies ahead, lighting can dramatically enhance both mood and function. I love uniting the warm glow of natural light with the brilliance of sophisticated chandeliers, sconces and recessed lighting to ensure that a bathroom is ready to dazzle at any hour of the day," says designer Marie Flanigan.