A Place to Experiment
The powder room may not be front and center in the home, but that makes it even more exciting to be creative with it. It’s a place to take risks with graphic wallpaper, intriguing artwork, bold hues, stylish light fixtures, and cool mirrors. We’ve rounded up inspiration to transform your powder room into a decorative masterpiece.
If the goal of decorating your powder room is to make it appear clean and simple, a minimalist approach is the way to go. Paint the walls a calming shade of white, and use shades of brown, beige, and grey to combine sleekness with warmth. Skip features like artwork and trinkets for a truly minimalist approach.
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White and Bright
Get graphic with a bold wallpaper. Bright colors and artistic designs combine to create a statement that will have you keeping the door open when the powder room is not in use for a pop of color when you walk by. Keep other design elements at a minimum so as not to clash with the wallpaper.
Slim Pedestal Sink
Installing a curved vanity in the powder room adds a modern touch to the home. It’s especially ideal if the goal is to keep the space from feeling cramped, as the design will create more space on the floor.
Rustic Sink Statement
Add a farmhouse feel to the home by incorporating rustic touches in the powder room. A shabby chic vanity can be accomplished with some sanding and chalk paint. Install a farmhouse-style sink, and decorate the vanity with old-timey trinkets and freshly picked flowers.
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