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In the powder room of a Florida home by Sara Gilbane, a leafy wallpaper adds a playful touch. It's just one of the fanciful vintage-inspired accents found throughout the fabulous home.
"This windowless powder room under the stairs feels hidden away from everything," says designer Andrew Howard. "Total excuse to go big!" It's covered in three Schumacher wallpapers: Samovar and Topkapi on the walls and Taj Trellis on the ceiling.
Big splashes of color dominate this Houston home, including the powder room. De Gournay's Deco Monkeys animate the walls, while the brass sink from Waterworks adds a pop of grown-up glam.
The floor-to-ceiling azure tile work is absolutely a feature you'll never forget. To up the ante, Justina Blakeney added a porthole-like mirror to the shower in her Los Angeles home. The Adriatic Sea hexagonal tiles are by Fireclay Tile.
This Virginia townhouse is a study in pink, so a powder room's feminine curtain follows suit. Nina Campbell's geometric Ornella wallpaper tempers the cheery hue.
When your weekend home is always full of guests, a robust bathroom is a must but that doesn't mean it can have style. Matt O'Dorisio designed the boys' bathroom to include a large trough sink and a pendant from Schoolhouse Electric Supply & Co.
"I wanted every inch of the powder room to be special,"says designer Colleen Bashaw of this bold space. The wallpaper is Brett Design's Peonies. The vintage brass console was fitted with a Waterstone Faucets fixture, and the custom back splash and counter are made of Stone Surfaces' Black Absolute granite.
Blue and white look timeless in a number of styles, but Iksel's Iznik wallpaper lends an Ottoman touch to a Park Avenue space. The tiled pattern pops thanks to a curvaceous Sapphire mirror by Bunny Williams Home.
Designer Kathryn M. Ireland's Greta wallpaper in Reverse Green adds charm to a guest bath in a Cape Cod getaway. The slipper chair is covered in her Roses linen in Red.
Paint makes the big statement here, giving a narrow space the depth of sea and sky. Designer Sally Markham chose a gloss finish to catch sunshine or lantern light.
The farmhouse sink in the guest bathroom is a subtle nod to this Charleston home's earlier days as a kitchen house. Benjamin Moore's Polo Blue on the walls adds a modern pop of color to this historic home.
Michael S. Smith selected Shanghai Deco wallpaper in red from Clarence House to add a fanciful touch in a Santa Monica home's powder room.
Ann Sacks tiles stripe a California pool bath from floor to ceiling, giving the space a modern, unified look. To avoid breaking up the continuity, designers Heidi Bonesteel and Michele Trout frosted the shower wall only in the middle. "We love stripes, but we'd never seen them before in a wall tile. It's perky and different," Bonesteel says.
The mod honeycomb pattern of Hicks Grand wallpaper by Lee Jofa enlivens the powder room in a Chicago townhouse decorated by Steven Gambrel.
Glass tiles from line the walls and floor in the guest bathroom of this California country home by designer Jay Jeffers. The amber stripes break up the space and add a note of whimsy.
In a Cape Cod, Massachusetts, bathroom designed by Kyle Timothy Blood, the mesmerizing patterns of Moroccan tile, from Mosaic House, evoke the atmosphere of a traditional hammam. Kohler's Underscore BubbleMassage tub is rimmed with Princess White quartzite.
An antique Georgian mirror seems to float in a corner of the powder room against the custom peacock-feather wallpaper. Benjamin Moore Impervex in Gulf Shores is on the door.
Designer Miles Redd hinted at his mother's love for poodles in this powder room update.
To balance out a girl's youthful bathroom, designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon selected a classic claw-foot tub, perfect for a long soak. "My jumping-off point was a , with these exuberant pink bursts," Clendenon says.
Designer Angela Free installed tiles to form wide, horizontal stripes in a 37-square-foot guest bathroom in a San Francisco, California house. "Stripes are a nice, graphic design element that can bring movement and pattern to a room, but not in a busy way," she says. By wrapping the pattern around the space, she opened it up and created "flow, a borderless space."
The powder room of this New York colonial features Vaughan sconces, Newport Brass sink fittings, and Farrow & Ball's Lotus wallpaper.
In the shower of a New England farmhouse designed by architect Nate McBride and interior designer Kari McCabe, sandblasted wall tiles were chosen to evoke sea glass. The wood floor is painted in Tidewater by Sherwin-Williams.
The custom Corian sink in this Massachusetts home's powder room looks as if it's been carved out of a slab of marble. Cole & Son wallpaper through Lee Jofa offers a vision of pale golden florals.
Cole and Son's Woods wallcovering from Lee Jofa gives thisConnecticut home's small powder room big personality.
A powder room in Palm Beach is settled near the pool, painted to look like a cabana with a tasseled, tented awning.
"Kay wanted a real lady's master bath with pretty things to look at," says designer T. Keller Donovan. He covered the walls in Thibaut's Tootsie wallpaper and placed Tommy Mitchell tole flowers on brackets over a Sunrise Specialty tub.
This Florida home's powder room has cheery wallpaper from Madison and Grow
"If you're going to do color, why not go intense?" designer Erin Martin says. She set the pool house bathroom's sink atop a 1920s Turkish relief panel, surrounded by walls in vivid glass tile from Classic Tile & Mosaic.
"This little black lacquered box of a guest bath is everyone's favorite room," Mark D. Sikes says. "Very dramatic and sexy." A Regency ebony-and-bone mirror is propped above a Gramercy Single Metal sink from Restoration Hardware.
A black vanity topped with honed Calacatta Luna marble anchors the boy's bathroom. Glass pulls and knobs by House of Antique Hardware. Porcher's Mesa sink and THG faucets.