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Powder Bath Design - The Bold and The Beautiful

Although often overlooked, powder baths are charming and versatile spaces that serve both functional and aesthetic purposes. As smaller, half-bathrooms typically located near the main living areas, powder baths provide a convenient spot for quick visits, allowing guests to freshen up without having to intrude on more private areas of the home.


Utilizing unique accessories and compact, classic cabinetry can add both functionality and visual interest to this tiny space. Additionally, clever lighting choices, such as sconces or pendant lights, can create a cozy and inviting ambiance. By playing with textures, materials, and accessories, you can transform a powder bath into a mini sanctuary that reflects your unique taste and leaves a lasting impression on anyone who enters.


THE BEAUTIFUL


Not one for crazy colors or out of the box design? You can still make your powder bath a beautiful space for you and your guests. And, because its small, it doesn't have to break the bank!


THE STATEMENT PIECE


Left: Both a funky and chic mirror with gold sconces on either side, Builder: Brian D Wiggs Homes / Design: Studio Markes; Right: A floating vanity with an eye-catching sink and fixtures


Left: A thick stone countertop, gold fixtures and grain-matched cabinetry, Builder: Kent Construction / Design: Jill Croka Designs; Right: A rustic vanity with adorning hardware


CLASSIC CABINETRY


Left: A floating vanity with a sleek, modern square sink; Center: Classic oak cabinetry with drawers and center shelf; Right: A floating white vanity with unique circular hardware & nesting design cuts


A SPLASH OF WALLPAPER & FURNITURE-LIKE VANITIES


Left: A gorgeous furniture-like vanity with bold accent wallpaper; Right: Another furniture-like vanity with mullion mirrored doors and accent metal legs, unique sink fixtures and a colorful pattern wallpaper



THE BOLD


Powder baths also offer an opportunity to unleash creativity and infuse a dose of personality into your home's design. With their limited space, they provide the perfect canvas to experiment with bold colors, striking patterns, and unique fixtures.


TIMELESS DESIGN


Textured wallpaper, modern sink, unique hanging bulb lighting, grain-matched cabinetry and a gorgeous accent rug and chair make this powder bath a place you want to sit and linger.


This Gatsby-esque powder bath boasts bold patterned wallpaper throughout, black granite countertop, gold sconces and black cabinetry lit from underneath. Builder: Brian D Wiggs Homes / Design: Studio Markes



This powder room is bold and beautiful in every way! Brightly colored wallpaper, sleek sink vanity with gold metal features, modern wall sconces and painted trim complete this small space. Design: Mel Bean Interiors, Photo by Laurey Glenn


A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING


Bold tile, countertop, gold fixtures and accents, ornate furniture-like vanity, and a patterned wallpaper make this beautiful, old world style bathroom something to talk about! Builder: Astoria Properties / Design: Laura Ellis Barnes



TILE TRICKS & POPS OF COLOR


This bathroom takes bold to another level with its geometric floor tile reaching all the way to the ceiling, floating vanity with extra thick countertop, and grass cloth wallpaper – not to mention the vintage hand dryer!


OUT OF THE BOX DESIGN



Sometimes to make a statement, you need to go against the grain. This live-edge countertop is a show stopping piece! Builder: Form Construction / Design: Alan Madewell & Associates






We're seeing lots of fun wallpaper these days with bold and bright patterns, but putting it on the ceiling adds just a extra element of fun! Builder: Brian D Wiggs Homes / Design: Studio Markes













FINAL THOUGHTS


From vibrant wallpaper adorned with whimsical motifs to statement-making sink basins or eye-catching mirrors, the possibilities for design in powder baths are endless. These small spaces can become a showcase for your personal style and a conversation starter for guests. Our advice - go big or go home!

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