Do you have a small bathroom? Don’t worry. The smallest room in your house can have the stunning and cool design that you want. Take a look into this decorating small bathrooms’ ideas that can refresh your bathroom.
Alternating stripes paint enliven the powder room of a modernist home. A constellation of convex mirrors appears to float above the stone sink.
For textile designer Susan Harris’s Connecticut home overlooking Long Island Sound, decoratorLynn Morgan gave the powder room a relaxed, seaside vibe, covering the walls in Hinson & Co.‘s Madagascar grass cloth and painting the paneling a deep blue.
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CABINET OF CURIOSITIES WALL COVERING
Decorator Steven Gambrel transformed the powder room of his 1810 Sag Harbor, New York, house into a fantasy of flora and fauna, covering the walls with pages from a reissue of Cabinet of Natural Curiosities, a compilation of elaborate engravings commissioned by the 18th-century Dutch naturalist Albertus Seba.
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At designer Jamie Drake‘s New York apartment, the powder room’s exuberant grid of colors pays tribute to the 1960s artist Gene Davis, echoing the palette of his striped silk screens. The vivid squares were painted by Moira Kelly, and the artwork is by Lucio Fontana.
A mirrored wall and a brass-and-marble étagère add an urbane touch to the powder room of Mike Clifford’s 1930s Tudor house in Los Angeles. The washstand is byWaterworks, and the walls are painted in Fine Paints of Europe‘s Dutch Chocolate.
Written by Luís Meneses