Snug yet elegant powder roomTraditional Powder Room, Burlington
The high natural light behind the toilet as well as the frosted glass in the door help fill this small powder room with natural light. The built-in bookcase is carved out of the underside of the stairs. The small salvage sink, wallpaper, antique soap dish, and repurposed snowshoe as the mirror help make this snug room quite elegant.
Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
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Smith found spots for books everywhere, including a wall along the staircase and in this powder room. See more of this book-filled home
3. Storage. Whether it’s in the form of a built-in or your vanity, a little storage may be just what your bathroom needs. Adding this element will give you room to grow. You can make your tight space feel larger by having a place to hide all your toiletries.
5. Woods by Cole & SonBold wallpaper adds a layer of surprise to intimate spaces like vestibules, entryways and niches. In this powder room under some stairs, a popular birch tree wallpaper creates a calm indoor wilderness. The repurposed snowshoe as a mirror pulls us deeper into the woods. Paint: DKC-54, Donald Kaufman for Pratt & Lambert; toilet: Drake, Toto; sink: Mason Brothers Salvage; faucet and soap dish: antiques