Beautiful Powder Room Bathroom Ideas


The typical powder room, that half bath in your home with just a sink, toilet, and mirror, only averages about four-by-five feet, yet even though it’s generally the smallest room in the home. Powder rooms also usually function as guest bathrooms. The powder room is quite possibly the most often seen room by guests. For this reason, the powder room is understandably usually the most often renovated and redesigned room in any residence. Because of the small size of the room, a powder room is also a lot cheaper to recreate and redecorate. Well, if your powder room looks plain and boring then you will need to decorate with some good powder room bathroom ideas. And in the following paragraphs, you will get several decorating that can enhance your powder room into beautiful and impressive room.

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Make a Big Impact With These Below Powder Room Bathroom Ideas

Here’s the first decorating powder room bathroom ideas, choose a style. The easiest way is to match or complement the style of your house. If the rest of your house is in Old World style, you can choose this style for your bathroom as well. Some people try to be bolder in design when it comes to decorating their half-bathrooms, because guests use them and they want to make a statement and choose a design that is entirely different from the rest of the house. Although there is nothing entirely wrong with that, a style cohesive to the rest of the house is preferable, because it stays true to its design theme.

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Mirrors make small spaces look larger, and since powder rooms are often small, there’s no harm in adding a few extra mirrors to highlight the decor. In addition to any vanity mirror or medicine cabinet above the sink, hang small, decorative mirrors on the walls or use reflective accessories, such as mirrored candle holders, soap dishes, or a mirror-bottom tray to hold potpourri or magazines.

Replace an old pedestal sink with a furniture-style vanity to give it more character. If you already have a base cabinet, refinish the wood and add new drawer fixtures. Use granite for your countertop and glass tiles for your backsplash to achieve a modern look. For an Old World style, choose tumbled marble or travertine tiles for your backsplash to give it more texture. Choose a glass vessel sink and matching waterfall faucet for a more modern look. Choose a hammered copper sink with matching copper-finish faucet for an Old World style. Replace your vanity lights with wall sconces and add matching ceiling light fixtures.

Use glass floating shelves for both storage and decor in your powder room. A small shelf just above the sink can hold lotions and soaps, keeping the counter clear for easing cleaning or adding space to pedestal or bowl sinks. Floating shelves use a thin anchor for the shelf, rather than traditional brackets, allowing the shelf to “float” or hang without visible supports. This keeps your wall space free, and in combination with the transparent glass of the shelves, keeps the room feeling open and larger than it is.

High-quality silk plants can add a feeling of life to dull powder rooms. Real plants are best, but if you don’t have a window, real plants will be unable to survive. If you prefer the real thing and don’t have natural light, vases with fresh cut flowers are another option. Refresh the flowers whenever they begin to wilt so the room is always ready for unexpected visitors. For silk plants, you can create a theme with false ivy woven throughout your other decor, including walls, shelving and sink pedestals.

Apply paint or wallpaper to add color and texture to your walls. Try sponge painting, ragging, stenciling, mural painting or Venetian plaster for your walls to give them more depth. Paint the ceilings to bring the eyes up. Choose metallic colors for the ceilings to give the feel and look of opulence. Add wood moldings to give the half-bathroom more character. Choose tiles or wood for your floors. Wood is acceptable since a half-bathroom does not have a lot of humidity and moisture due to the absence of a shower and bath tub.

Create a theme with accessories that match not only each other, but your fixtures as well. Look for soap and lotion pumps and towel racks that have the same finish as your faucet, such as bright chrome, brushed steel or antique brass. Colorful guest towels with embroidered shapes can quickly, easily and often inexpensively change the look and cheer up your powder room, especially if you can match them with floor mats and other decor that brings out the color and design.

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Feel free to stray away from the standard landscape and still life artwork for your powder room. If your room has a bold, modern look in its fixtures and paint, decorate it with contemporary paintings from local artists. You’ll be helping artists who are on the rise as well as giving guests an exciting visual experience. Place a painting where it is easily seen when visitors walk into the room, then hang others wherever there is wall space. Small sculptures or artistic jewelry items will fit well on glass floating shelves, and you can choose a single artist or mix and match. These were some powder room bathroom ideas in decorate. Many people enjoy giving a powder room their own distinct, unique decorate and style that is totally different from the decor of the rest of the house. You can use a powder room to give off a romantic, fun-loving or different theme. After all, a powder room is an exciting place to experiment.

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80 thoughts on “Beautiful Powder Room Bathroom Ideas

  1. Mathew_Ismael_Darrell

    @vroon When I lived in Italy almost 50 years ago (!) our Italian friends and neighbors were at the size of our appliances. We lived “on the economy” renting from an Italian landlord rather that on the American military post where my husband, career Army, was stationed. The Army provided our appliances. We were paid once a month, went to the Commissary and, along with many other families, filled up two carts of food, most of it to last the month. We froze milk and bread and lots of meat. Our neighbors would stand outside when we got and us tote all those bags up to the third floor on the outside stairs, shaking their heads in awe. We had three young children and were there for three years. I loved it.

  2. Iliana.ZZZ

    Enchanted farmhouse about sums this up!I the painted cabinet in the living room and your color choices overall. I would liked some pictures of the chicken coop since that is your proudest achievement. you a source for the sheepskins? Are they from Ikea? Thanks!

  3. Dayana-Miya

    Ignore othodoxy of “color schemes”. The most unexpected colors can live together in harmony or in blissful excitement, often it is a matter of quantities. And intensity and purity of color. Discribing the shades of colors in words is useless. acquire your room with things that you be pleased and interesting, and that you will feel around over time. One overall should be, how orstimulating you want the room to be.

  4. Paul Freddy K.

    After living in rentals with carpets and rugs (not even our rugs) that had never been cleaned in their existence, my partner and I are of one mind to hardwood floors when we a house, with the occasional rug here and there for floor protection- as long as I can them out and beat the crud out of them. I carry out delight in rugs when they are and comfy.

  5. Jan

    @RubyMae Laughing at “which cleaning supply brings me joy”. :-)I, too, hope Marie Kondo affection will into the sunset.I cannot imagine having a separate of cleaning supplies in individual locations (fortunately, my house is not that big). Cleaning caddy is the to go.

  6. Makenna M.

    I my Ikea 365 white dinnerware. It compares with Crate and Barrel and Pottery Barn in quality and I could afford to assume service for 12 for less than $60.00. I bear had it for 4 years and only chipped a bowl when it was smacked by a wine bottle.

  7. Quinn_Kristopher

    I absorb read the comments on Bo!As always I it always goes nuts – people more and more negative.Normally I read pages this, but I would never write. So this is an exeption – I only write because everybody is son negative all the time.3 weeks ago I got my furniture from Bo.There was a on one of the chairs. The delivery crew got of it away – I was contacted – by a guy in a warehouse in NJ and 2 weeks after Igot a chair.I am and I will business there again!

  8. Bailey-Mariah-Alessandra

    This is cute. I would bear liked to a higher ratio of succulents or drought-hardy herbs to gravel, though. Visually and functionally cooler than reflective rock.Being in a similar climate here in Australia I can gape why a bit of shade in front of the windows is welcomed rather than disdained for blocking sunlight. I I might gone with something that was more open/lacy than a cypress but I totally understand the drive to work with what was there.Really for a rental, and considerable cuter than what was there before.The thing about adding succulents is you can divide them many times over and incorporate them into this garden a bit at a time, too.

  9. Emmalynn

    Everything has too distinguished fluff, I would rid of the beanbag chair and replace it with something a bit more sleek. Also, everything seems to be microfiber. I would replace the throw pillows with something with a bit more texture, either silky and or nubby and linen.Since the dog crate is there for the long term, I would invest in something this:

  10. Tomas-696

    Ha- I knew what episode you were talking about before I even knew what episode you were talking about, if that makes sense. I clicked on the link thinking,”it was probably that Alice in Wonderland/Frenchy bistro room which ROCKED MY WORLD.”Yeah, I no how to the video, wanted to say that I that episode was great, too. My husband and I sat there with our mouths going “too… cute….” And then at the we sang, “Dwee dauuu, doo dat dat dahhh wayyyyy” along with the credits.

  11. Braeden_Karter

    NYC moms I know, who are always with strollers due to lack of car usage in the city, always bear some toys in the bottom of that stroller to entertain their kids at restaurants and the like. So, parents of toddlers could bring their toys to visits.But I remember how fun it was visiting my aunt, who had a stash of toys and games for us – it was fun to play with stuff we only saw at her house.I toys for kids to play with – purchased before my friends had kids – because I some toys myself. The between me and my aunt is that I to down on the floor and play with the kids, rather than sit around and talk to the grown ups.

  12. Annie-Elisabeth

    I this website. I never been disappointed by a single post! So many pictures as inspiration to my husbands projects for his clients, and projects for our home(fidelisremodeling). One question..The plant in the top pic, I wanted one for so long, I one of the air purification ones, …what type of plant/tree is that and where can I one here in the cold midwest?? s.

  13. Josh_Bernard

    Jamie you a looking apartment – especially that ceiling. But is that ceiling legal? I was under the impression that exposed ceilings are only allowed in single familiy residences and Not in commercial buildings or condo/apartments unless there is some fire protective measures (like concrete).How i can conclude the same with my ceiling (legally that is)?elI Corbu

  14. Charles-999

    a few more ideas. if you want to stools, two that can tuck under the counter, or pulled accurate next to the wall when not in use. probably something without a back.perhaps you could hang panels of fabric or matchstick blinds from underneath the stairs and park the bike there.there are many types of wall storage systems that can also incorporate a descend down desk. perhaps something that could the of the console and the desk.put a standing between the bathroom door and the living room to give it a bit more privacy.

  15. Jaeden

    you tried anything horizontal? My cat likes to scratch any of tufted mat that resists. It has to be something she can sink her claws into and pull on without it too much. Years ago, I had a cheap car floor mat on the walk-in closet floor, and she loved that. Now she uses the sisal rug in the kitchen.

  16. Francisco-Maddox

    Jessica, this post is maybe coming too late, but my guess that you need some training/physical therapy instead of a bed. A abet that tends to arch exageratedly is called lordosis, and should be addressed sooner rather than later.The news is that you can probably a clear impact on your posture in a relatively short period of time, and it may assign you agony down the road. You will then also a larger choice of comfortable mattresses.good luck!

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  18. Leyla.Halle

    This was my when I moved into my 125 year customary unit. Because it was an older building, there were no studs to my cantilevered arm mount that I searched months for. I hated the of a bench or of furniture in my space, and I couldn’t a allotment that I could live with. With the TV along a shorter wall, I needed something that would allow me to go the TV to face my viewing but also along the wall when I was not using it.I finally came upon the often sold-out Shadowbox Media Stand from CB2. And it so happened that the day I was looking for it to up where my mount left off, a truck with several units were scheduled to that afternoon. I reserved and paid for one and scheduled delivery for that Saturday. The dim chocolate color matched the color of my existing 6-foot long lowboy that houses all of my theater components. It was also the perfect height for viewing and the same height as the lowboy. I now need to figure out what to carry out with the extra shelves in the media stand, as my theater handles all the audio and visual switching.If anyone wants to the up, let me know and I’ll snap an insta-matic for you.

  19. Saylor Avianna Tenley R.

    @Jettsam I read about that and apparently the in bacteria count was negligible according to a Mythbusters. This is my on the matter, some people cited that having an toilet seat is unclean, and it is to an toilet. In my the only reason you would want to your toilet bowl is if it isn’t clean. Thus if the bowl is to the world, you are more prone to it and with the commercial it takes a simple wipe down with a disinfectant since there is less surface area. I would rather invisible mist than someone flush with the toilet seat closed and accidentally leave leftover particles for the next user.

  20. Riley

    yippee!! i miraculously did this YESTERDAY! cords for phones, iPads, iPods, battery chargers, security system, flashlights and more: untangled, cleaned, organized & twist tied excess cords! and a tip i saw somewhere – at the plugs into the surge guardian strips, i ancient exiguous plastic tabs that your bread closed and wrote what each cord was going to so you know without having to follow the a couple/few feet to accumulate out! i should mention that i actually accidentally off the security system when i unplugged it and summoned the sheriff, but it occurred to me i might done it aesthetic so called to send them back! thankfully, since we pay for alarms!

  21. Kali.Harlow.Abby

    I change out my curtains from white to a rich warm pattern with rosy color flowers and leaves. Makes a difference. Those curtains closed to drafts and are backed by insulated fabric. Also change my bed from white and cream to green with a burgundy fuzzy throw.

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  23. Jaden Zain I.

    I admire the of painting a warm color under the chair rail.Someone pointed out that you would not want to that window — catch lightweight curtains that showcase the window, rather than camouflage it.

  24. Cecilia.Lexi.Princess

    I took hydrangea cutting a couple weeks ago and they are doing great! I tried a couple years ago and failed but this time I made the worlds easiest mini greenhouse… a plastic pin. I took 3 hydrangea cuttings and them in a solo cup of vermiculite with drainage holes in the bottom. I only had to add water once in “the greenhouse” and they are looking healthy, sprouting leafs and bear definitely started to root. This year I am also starting coleus and impatien cuttings – I read that you bring them in as a houseplant and bewitch more cuttings later in the winter so you will be ready for spring. I also had immense luck asking on my local freecycle board looking for cuttings of plants or even whole plants that can be split (hostas, pachysandra, coneflower, daylilies, lavender and my hydrangea)

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