distudio's powder baths
I like the use of the wainscot-topping molding that acts as a shelf. Simple and helpful.
Dazzle and transport your powder bath guest with "authentic" details like lighting, non-traditional plumbing, and paint colors
Who says you have to use built-in's? Retrofit a flea-market find to add a personal touch to this guest space.
Don't waste the corners just because they're sharp. You can use creative floor placement for fixtures and tasks if you have the space -- offering a unique take on the space.
Only have a slice of space? Well -- make it beautiful! Privacy doesn't have to be boring or claustrophobic so discover the interplay of texture, light, and color to make the space pop.
Mirror, mirror on the wall. When you have vanity-width powder room take advantage of the captive audience above. Create an amazing focal point by layering the different elements and finishing the look.
Opulence doesn't have to end in the big rooms. Sure, sometimes a powder bath can be too much. But here suggestive faux painting, rich patina on woods and metals, and the sumptuous addition of fabric makes me feel a little more rich myself.
Well, if you've got a "his and hers" thing goin... employ the whimsical and make the differences of the sexes the strengths of the rooms.
remember when I said you can go too far? case in point.
oh, i love when whimsical and elegance intersect. It can be a collision, but this powder bath has all the trappings of a butler's touch while the wallpaper also gives a place for your mind to go ....while you go!
ok, just stop it.
This is great! Sometimes you can't imagine the bathroom beyond the porcelain tile and glassy surrounds but here we see a completely rustic and attractive use of rough-hewn stone and and aged metals.
..well since I'm in here... I might as well color this block in. hee hee
Wow, privacy within privacy? I suppose of you forget to lock the door, all you see is feet!