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White Subway Tiles Brighten Neutral Transitional Powder Room
In this transitional powder room, white subway tiles brighten and elongate the neutral walls. The dark wood vanity contrasts nicely with the white tile, while simultaneously complementing the sconce lighting.
Counter-to-Ceiling Tile Focal Point in Powder Room
Turn your powder room vanity into a chic focal point by installing tile from the counter to the ceiling. This will instantly add architecture and also make the vanity area feel larger and more elaborate.
Featuring luminous mica wallpaper and a rich black floating vanity for storage, this transitional powder room is just as dramatic as it is glamorous. A starburst light fixture, round mirror and portrait of entertainer Jennifer Lopez add feminine flair to the jewel-toned setting.
Transitional Powder Room Shines With Metallic Wall Treatment
Have you ever seen a prettier powder room? Here, the designers used wallpaper with a metallic finish, a textured mirror, teardrop-like pendants and a basin sink to create a small space that's full of interest.
A sure-fire way to give a powder room big personality is through the use of eye-catching wallpaper. The walls of this little loo are covered in the bold Eleanor - Peridot at Night pattern by Madison & Grow from Walnut Wallpaper. The lime-green and gray print creates a stark contrast between the white window trim and sink.
Mustard Yellow Mirror Pops in Transitional Powder Room
An elegant mustard yellow mirror adds an element of surprise — in both style and color — to this transitional powder room. Soft blue-gray walls provide a timeless backdrop, and clean lines update the space.
Powder Room With Patterned Wallpaper and Venetian Mirror
Patterned charcoal and cream wallpaper envelopes this small bathroom in an elegant design. A sleek white sconce illuminates a Venetian mirror, which is placed over a larger mirror, adding visual interest to the vanity area without competing with the bold wallpaper in the neutral powder room.
This transitional-style powder room looks larger than it is thanks to a tall mirrored backsplash. The glossy marble floor is complemented by the striking marble sink, which has open space beneath, contributing to the space feeling roomier than it actually is.
Elegant Transitional Powder Room with White Shiplap and Bold Navy Wallpaper
Let shiplap stretch the appearance of a small bathroom. The chic wall treatment also doesn’t have to be relegated to a farmhouse or rustic-style space, either. In this powder room, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch painted the shiplap a brighter white to match the ornate mirror and graphic floral designer wallpaper in navy. The elegant crystal sconces with polished nickel arms look expensive but are affordable, for less than $80.
Pretty blue-and-white wallpaper with birds and flowers was the design jumping off point for the powder room makeover. The dark-stained vanity is a handsome contrast; its dentil molding repeats a detail used in the kitchen. Above the vanity, a scalloped mirror in an antique gold finish is an elegant companion.