This quartet of Turkish towels comes with its own button-bedecked basket for storage. How pretty would it look on a marine-blue or whitewashed shelf or étagère?
This hardworking model incorporates slim storage shelves and a towel bar right in the design. Use it in an extra-tiny powder room, where every inch is precious.
The baroque flourishes and creamy finish of this mirror would elevate a traditional space — and can you believe that price tag? If you choose an ornate piece such as this, keep the rest of the decor relatively simple so that busy motifs don't overwhelm the room.
Vivid stripes and flirty fringe on these versatile rugs add ample character without going over the top.
The sculptural damask shape and intricate detailing of this mat would look so elegant in a formal space.
Invest in pretty accessories. Details always matter, especially in a pint-size room. Counter space in powder baths is limited or nonexistent, so make soap dishes, trays and other accents count.
Available in a broad spectrum of colors, this ceramic soap dish bears the unmistakable touch of an artisan's hand.
Don't forget the wastebasket. It's not the most glamorous element, but you've gotta have one. The good news: There are so many attractive options nowadays that there's no reason to settle for a utilitarian model.
This triangular wastebasket in a subtle weave tucks easily into a tight corner.
The lines may be basic, but brilliant tomato red makes this wastebasket anything but bland.
Spark walls with punchy paper. Because it has so little wall space, a powder room can handle a pattern with a large scale, lots of color and movement or a hint of whimsy. If covering the entire room feels too intense, paper one accent wall and paint the other ones.
A variegated stripe gains depth from its faint background pattern. Too much of this would be overkill, but it can give a tiny bath the personality it needs.