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Photo By: Bernheimer Architecture
Stylish Powder Room in Gray & Neutral Tones
Even the powder room exudes class and elegance. A full length mirror behind the gray wood vanity visually expands the space and makes it feel bright and welcoming. Cylinder and rectangular shaped glass pendants hang above to illuminate the room, and black and white tile floors bring fun pattern to the design.
Powder rooms are the perfect spaces for dipping your toe into the all-over wallpaper trend. The rich blue hue and graphic animal pattern offer a depth and sophistication that plain painted walls just wouldn’t provide.
The powder room's custom vanity with a glossy sunshine yellow has a mirror with yellow frame above. The powder room walls are covered in a distinctive Dalmatian-style pattern done in white and sunshine yellow (instead of black and white) that coordinates with the custom vanity.
Instead of painting the whole room blue, as it had been before, designer Stefani Stein layered half of the space with patterned wallpaper. In turn, treatment's neutral hues make the powder room feel brighter and more open.
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.
Even the powder room boasts elegance. Large gray tiles cover the walls and floor, and a frameless mirror really enhances the space visually. Delicate pendant lights hang above the rich brown vanity with a thick, gray stone countertop.
The juxtaposition of materials such as steel and marble merge yesterday with timeless modernism in this powder room. The room also features marble walls and sink, custom steel pendant and a gold leafed mirror.
Custom Walnut Door Hides Shower in Guest Powder Room
Directly off the guest room which doubles as a media room, rests a small powder room that converts into a full bath. Just like in the kitchen, the less attractive, but still necessary, features of the space are hidden. This time, a shower is hidden behind a custom Walnut door. This powder room and its secret shower give guests their own little en-suite when they visit this Boston Penthouse.
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.
This neutral powder room features floor-to-ceiling wood paneling and stone mosaic tile. A bold marble countertop adds flair to the distressed vanity, while lantern-style metal lighting gives the room an Asian-inspired touch.
Powder Room: Historic Craigmuir Castle in Wenatchee, Wash.
Mint green tile walls pair with golden accessories for a chic, vintage look in one of the home's bathrooms. A traditional pedestal sink offers hidden storage for toiletries thanks to the skirted piece of fabric around it.
Herringbone tile transforms an average guest bathroom into a visual wonder. A sleek mirror, modern vanity and tub complete the small space, while a metallic towel rack brings out the gorgeous gray hue of the tile.