A powder room sees a lot of action. It’s the bathroom you’re most likely to use throughout the day and the one your guests will inevitably visit. And that’s why designers often view these intimate yet high-trafficked rooms as places to experiment with high-energy materials, styles and colors that might feel too risky for, say, a living room or kitchen. Murals and graphic wallpaper, textured walls, gilded hardware and spa-like atmospheres are good jumping-off points. You’ll find those ideas and more in this countdown of the most-saved powder room photos uploaded to Houzz in 2021.
Christine Vroom Interiors
10. Edgy and Eclectic

A navy blue vanity with fluted drawer fronts and gilded hardware defines this powder room in Manhattan Beach, California. Christine Kimberlee Designs paired dark ceramic tile on the sink wall with an adjacent white wall, white baseboards and a patterned marble tile floor to give the space an edgy and eclectic feel.

Brass finishes on the drawer pulls, white globe lights and a metal-framed oblong mirror round out the design.

Into interior design
9. Tranquil Landscape

A black-and-white wallcovering depicting a botanical landscape greets visitors to this London powder room by Into Interior Design. Soft green paint on the walls and baseboards makes the room feel serene.

Black details such as floating wall shelves, a framed mirror with attached rack and the faucet on the wall-mounted white vanity create beautiful contrast throughout the room.
Hask Custom Homes
8. Bold in Blue

Greg Busch Architects and Hask Custom Homes gave this bold Atlanta powder room visual impact with shiplap walls covered in deep blue paint. And to create warm contrast against the dark accent walls, the designer added a custom light wood vanity table, white vessel sink and crisp white walls.

Brass wall sconces, a wall-mounted faucet and a towel ring add glimmer to the room.

Haven Design and Construction
7. Good as Gold

Graphic wallpaper full of diamond, triangle and square motifs adds layers of dimension to this Austin, Texas, powder room by Haven Design and Construction.

A combination of black and gold for the custom vanity and large, rectangular mirror create an ultra-luxe feel, while muted white oak floors bring a sense of balance.
Zawadski Homes Inc.
6. True Blue

This spirited Minnesota powder room by Zawadski Homes features blue-and-white walls that feel playful yet sophisticated. Punchy wall art, a sleek round mirror and a bare black sconce with opposite-facing bulbs break up the artful pattern.

The wall-mounted vanity is made of beautiful hardwoods that complement the warm wood flooring.

5. Moody Cloudscape

Designer Ana Stein of Anahita Studio created this Glencoe, Illinois, powder room in her own home. Grayscale wallpaper features dramatic cloudscapes. The marble hexagonal floor tiles strike a balance with the black and white hues used throughout the space.

A custom vanity with a powder-coated matte black finish and Carrara marble top blends beautifully with tapered walnut legs. Delicate teardrop globe pendants and a ceiling sconce give off a gentle glow above the large, round mirror.
Lexie Saine Design
4. Clean Slate

Lexie Saine Design gave this Atherton, California, powder room a clean design that focuses on function. Bright white walls feel elegant, while a deep blue-gray floating vanity with a white quartz top and gilded hardware creates cool contrast. Black-and-white basketweave marble tile flooring adds texture and visual interest.

Shannon Soro Interior Design
3. Contemporary and Serene

Various shapes and materials come together in this contemporary spa-like Toronto powder room by Shannon Soro Interior Design. An eye-catching accent wall of high-gloss gray tiles plays up pattern and texture. The open hardwood vanity helps visually lighten the room and put more of the accent wall on display. A thick stone surface features ample counter space and a wide sink bowl.

Glass-and-metal sconces with globular shapes and a large, round mirror break up the rectangular shapes in the room.
Traci Connell Interiors
2. Emerald Star

Traci Connell Interiors used emerald green tile with light grout to add striking depth of color and texture to this powder room at Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas. To play up and play down the green, Connell added white walls on the sides of the room and black travertine tile on the floors.

A gold wall-mounted faucet, gold-framed mirror and exposed golden pipes on the floating black sink shimmer on the focal wall. And polished brass on the hanging light fixture shines brightly overhead.
Hatano Studio, LLC
1. Carved in Concrete

Hatano Studio opted for clean lines, minimalism and natural materials for this Zen-like powder room in Seattle. Gray wall and floor tiles pair with the smooth concrete and wood on the vanity to evoke the feel of a relaxing spa.

A slatted screen made of dark wood goes from floor to ceiling, separating the toilet from the sink area and adding warmth to the room.
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