Powder rooms. They can pack a powerful design punch and make for a really fun renovation project with big impact. Since it’s easier to take bigger design risks in a small space, a powder room reno is a great opportunity to show your personality and showcase a bold mix of materials and patterns.
Here are four powder rooms that play with pattern in delightful ways.
This striking vanity provides a perfect greeting, with Brittanicca’s captivating gray veining set against graphic-print wallpaper in this space by John Kraemer & Sons, Martha O’Hara Interiors, and Charlie & Co Design. See more beautiful Brittanicca spaces here.
This space gives guests the luxe treatment. Every detail puts guests first, from well-stocked custom shelf, fresh florals, and gorgeous Ella. And what better way to greet your guests than with the symbol of hospitality, the pineapple, showcased in a chic print wallpaper? See more elegant spaces with Ella here.
Clean lines and rich texture take center stage in this luxury farmhouse bathroom. White shiplap offers crisp contrast to mosaic floor tiles, while a Swanbridge vanity top lends marble-like movement. Statement pulls, dark wood cabinetry, and sleek brass accents complete the rustic-glam powder room.
Go for the gold
Powder rooms are an ideal space to showcase opulence and ornate details. This stunning space features gold hand-painted wallpaper, intricate cabinetry with playful woodland pattern, and Cambria’s Ella.
Powder rooms tend to leave an impression with your guests, so you never want to skimp on quality materials. Showcase your style and smarts with durable and beautiful Cambria vanities. Cambria is maintenance free, easy-clean, and nonporous (meaning moisture and bacteria is never absorbed) – important considerations for high-traffic bathroom areas.
Find more powder room and guest bath inspo in our Blue Bathroom Round-up and on our Bathroom Design Pinterest board. You can also order samples of the white quartz countertops from Cambria’s Marble Collection featured in these spaces – Ella, Brittanicca, and Swanbridge – to test out all your pattern-play ideas.