Does your powder room have enough pizazz?
As small as they typically are, powder rooms provide the perfect opportunity to show off your sense of style and creativity.
Don’t hold back.
Since guests often use them, they are autonomous from other room’s design, which allows you to experiment with bolder colors, patterns, and textures.
From an oversized motif of floral wallpaper and a geometric mirror, to the classical fusion between a washbasin’s pillar like support, surrounded by paneled woodwork, there are various way to surprise your guests with a powder room that has some snap to it.
The sky is the limit when you consider some of the elements that can be used in the powder room … Wallpaper, framed sconces, urn basins, vessel sinks, corner sinks and the list goes on.
If you are looking for luxe modernity, sleek features may be adornment enough. But by adding a few bold, contemporary touches, you can create a stylish and up-to-powder room in your home.
And if you want a modern touch while retaining the class of a traditional powder room, combine vintage and modern textures and materials. Imagine how great an elegant, but modern porcelain sink resting on a vintage wooden base would accomplish that task.
The powder room could also present an opportunity to add a level of diversity to your home. For example, as great as living in the South Bay is, maybe you prefer to turn the powder room into an alluring Orientalist jewel box with antique Moroccan fretwork panels.
When it comes to the powder room, small spaces with irksome odd angles are typically seen as quirks, but they can be turned into assets that add a sense of intrigue and character.
As much as powder rooms are place for your guests to freshen up, they should also be thought of as a blank design canvas that craves your creativity.