15 Powder Baths to Transform Your Space

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Prairie Oasis – Randolph Interior Design Nestled in the serene countryside of Medina, empty nesters found solace in a bright, […]

Prairie Oasis – Randolph Interior Design

Nestled in the serene countryside of Medina, empty nesters found solace in a bright, airy home. However, a stylish contrast emerges in the powder room, which features a dramatic dark blue barrel-vaulted ceiling, an enamel wall-mount faucet against a quartz backsplash, walnut cabinets, small-scale wallpaper, and a shagreen mirror.

Elevating Elegance – Sustainable Nine Design + Build

15 Powder Baths to Transform Your Space

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This Scandinavian-inspired powder room features an integrated sink, a solid quartz countertop, and a paint-grade slab vanity with hidden storage and accent lighting. The white oak tongue-and-groove wall infuses warmth and texture, striking a harmonious chord between functionality and stylish serenity. 

Rambler Redux – Milton House Design Collective

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Located just off the kitchen in this 1953 rambler, the small, yet mighty powder room puts function at the forefront. Despite compact dimensions, it stands as a focal point in the home, boasting a midcentury floral wall covering with a cherry personality. To complement the bold wall covering, vintage-inspired fixtures and a smokey blue beadboard add visual interest.

Pretty in Blue – Merriment LLC

Thibaut’s Desmond peacock wallpaper was the inspiration for this powder bath’s one-of-a-kind design. A perfect blend of playful and stylish, the paper offers a classy feel for guests while also fitting for daily use by the homeowners and their children. A soft, Russian lakescape painting offers balance, while a gold scalloped chandelier above the mirror adds a sophisticated ambience.

Luxury in Lilydale – David Heide Design Studio

No detail was spared in this posh powder room. By reconfiguring the space and redistributing square footage to the adjoining primary closet, a curved wall now maximizes space for a custom vanity. But the Nero Portoro countertop is the true showstopper. Each detail, from storage placement to the final fixtures, contributes to the luxe atmosphere. 

Downsizing With Distinction – Martha O’Hara Interiors

When remodeling their 1938 brick colonial home, the clients knew that downsizing the powder room would be essential to make room for a mudroom and home office. However, the space was not limited in its functionality. The room’s standout feature is the custom walnut-reeded vanity, which harmoniously complements the home’s original oak flooring.

Restoration Radiance – David Heide Design Studio

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After this 1928 Mediterranean Villa-style home succumbed to a fire, the clients wanted to rebuild while remaining true to the structure’s original design. This art deco-inspired powder room boasts mahogany wainscoting, stainless-steel inlays, concealed storage, and a luxe silver Ralph Lauren wallpaper. Stone flooring aligns with the art deco aesthetic and provides ease of cleaning.

Whimsy Cottage – Beyond Kitchens

Despite its petite size, this Rochester powder room exudes character and vintage charm. Preserving the 1939 floor, a carefully selected porcelain console vanity with classic curves enhances the space without crowding it. Decorative sconces, a playful wall covering, and an oversize mirror make bold statements throughout the traditional design.

Small Space, Big Personality – Mom’s Design Build

In this compact 5-by-5-foot powder bath, creativity meets functionality. A custom-built vanity—inspired by a beloved, inherited furniture piece—incorporates full-extension drawers to maximize storage. Open shelving and a niche add vertical storage for decor and essentials, while the undermount sink creates valuable counter space.

Daring Details – Citydeskstudio

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In just 13 square feet, the powder room of this St. Louis Park abode emerges as a captivating jewel of the home. An emerald green tile, used elsewhere in the home as well to create a sense of continuity, immediately captivates on an accent wall. Accessed by a custom shoji sliding screen door, the space also houses a custom concrete and walnut recessed sink, embracing the owners’ playful design spirit.

Traditional Transformation – Davis Interiors

In the heart of a century-old residence, a petite powder bathroom underwent a stunning transformation. The homeowners’ commitment to budget-conscious refinement unfolds in meticulous details, including a delicate marble mosaic floor, wainscoting, and a butterfly-inspired wallpaper that serves as a captivating focal point.

Bubble Bath – Julian Design

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Completed in December 2021, this delightful powder room mimics the effervescence of champagne bubbles. A metallic wallpaper with small circles, which is complemented by a feature wall of mirrors, sets the tone The custom-finished vanity boasts a metallic sheen and reflective circles on the door fronts, while a chandelier seems to drip bubbles from above.

The Jewel Box – Studio M Interiors

In this recent transformation, a traditional wallpaper with an intricate pattern and rich colors pays homage to the past while infusing the space with a sense of refinement. Multifaceted mercury glass pendants cast a sparkling glow, seamlessly blending with the transitional furniture-style custom vanity. Benjamin Moore’s Rainy Afternoon adds depth, and natural horn cabinet T-pulls add a layer of warmth.

Coastal Chic – EH Design

This Minnetonka Beach remodel resulted in an additional powder room being incorporated within the back entry. Serving both convenience and style, this nautical-themed oasis, adorned with a whimsical navy fish wallpaper, captures a cozy and inviting atmosphere. Compact, yet functional, it boasts a light gray stone quartz countertop, as well as chrome sconces and hardware for a touch of sparkle. 

Flower Powder – Twigg + Lu Design Co.

The client of this Woodbury home craved a vibrant retreat. By using bold wallpaper and colorful tile, the dated space was transformed into a personalized haven. White trim, a sleek black door, and vanity foster a modern feel, while gold accents add warmth. The most important elements of the design, however, are the family’s cherished dog-themed artworks, which are tied in through the colors in the wallpaper.

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