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Deep Cove Update
Deep Cove Update
Simply Home Decorating
This spacious home in North Vancouver's Deep Cove community had been built and decorated just over 20 years ago and was in need of updating. Our clients who are empty nesters, spend much of their time in the kitchen and family room so we focused on these spaces keeping in mind that the more formal spaces on the main floor will follow in a few years time. For the most part the layout of their kitchen worked well for them so our role was to tweak the kitchen and family room furniture layout and to select updated finishes and furnishings. Since this home transformation is not happening all at once, we purposefully selected classic finishes, like antique brass hardware, that will tie in with the rest of the home's decor until it can be updated. The resulting refresh stays true to the original feel of the house while giving it a clean, updated look.
Pebble Beach Breezy
Pebble Beach Breezy
BK Interior Design
Pebble Beach Powder Room. Photographer: John Merkl
Cammeray Residence
Cammeray Residence
Woods & Warner
Woods & Warner worked closely with Clare Carter Contemporary Architecture to bring this beloved family home to life. Extensive renovations with customised finishes, second storey, updated floorpan & progressive design intent truly reflects the clients initial brief. Industrial & contemporary influences are injected widely into the home without being over executed. There is strong emphasis on natural materials of marble & timber however they are contrasted perfectly with the grunt of brass, steel and concrete – the stunning combination to direct a comfortable & extraordinary entertaining family home. Furniture, soft furnishings & artwork were weaved into the scheme to create zones & spaces that ensured they felt inviting & tactile. This home is a true example of how the postive synergy between client, architect, builder & designer ensures a house is turned into a bespoke & timeless home.
Contemporary Durango
Contemporary Durango
Classique Builders
Floor to ceiling black and white cement tiles provide an element of spunk to this powder bath! Exposed black plumbing fixtures and the wood counter top warm up the space! Photography : Scott Griggs Studios
Deep Cove Update
Deep Cove Update
Simply Home Decorating
This spacious home in North Vancouver's Deep Cove community had been built and decorated just over 20 years ago and was in need of updating. Our clients who are empty nesters, spend much of their time in the kitchen and family room so we focused on these spaces keeping in mind that the more formal spaces on the main floor will follow in a few years time. For the most part the layout of their kitchen worked well for them so our role was to tweak the kitchen and family room furniture layout and to select updated finishes and furnishings. Since this home transformation is not happening all at once, we purposefully selected classic finishes, like antique brass hardware, that will tie in with the rest of the home's decor until it can be updated. The resulting refresh stays true to the original feel of the house while giving it a clean, updated look.
Powder Rooms & Small Bath Ideas
Powder Rooms & Small Bath Ideas
Roomscapes Cabinetry and Design Center
Designed by Cameron Snyder, CKD and Julie Lyons. Removing the former wall between the kitchen and dining room to create an open floor plan meant the former powder room tucked in a corner needed to be relocated. Cameron designed a 7' by 6' space framed with curved wall in the middle of the new space to locate the new powder room and it became an instant focal point perfectly located for guests and easily accessible from the kitchen, living and dining room areas. Both the pedestal lavatory and one piece sanagloss toilet are from TOTO Guinevere collection. Faucet is from the Newport Brass-Bevelle series in Polished Nickel with lever handles.
Modern Farmhouse- Herriman
Modern Farmhouse- Herriman
Simons Design Studio
Interior Designer: Simons Design Studio Builder: Magleby Construction Photography: Allison Niccum
White Modern Morocco
White Modern Morocco
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
Moroccan Fish Scales in all white were the perfect choice to brighten and liven this small partial bath! Using a unique tile shape while keeping a monochromatic white theme is a great way to add pizazz to a bathroom that you and all your guests will love. Large Moroccan Fish Scales – 301 Marshmallow
A powder room – also known as a half bath – is a small bathroom that is likely to be frequented by guests or used as a second bathroom by family members. The space is usually quite basic, containing nothing more than a toilet, vanity and sink, but can be made more interesting with unique fixtures, a variety of materials and fun decor. To get the most out of your powder room design, browse the photos on Houzz, and keep the following tips in mind.

What’s the best way to collate small bathroom ideas?


Browse the photos on Houzz for small bathroom designs, and get acquainted with the specialist behind your favourite picks. You can bookmark and share your favourite photos with everyone involved in your renovation, and click through to Related Photos to broaden your scope. For even more powder room and small bathroom ideas, check out the Stories section on Houzz.

How do I plan the layout of my powder room?


There are three main objects to consider when planning the layout of your powder room: the door, toilet and sink. Pocket, sliding or folding doors will give you more options for toilet and sink placement, while wall-mounted toilets will help save you a few inches of floor space, and make the room feel more spacious. To ensure ease of use, make sure the toilet has at least 38 centimetres of unobstructed space on either side, and 61 centimetres at the front.

Powder rooms are primarily a place to use the toilet and quickly wash your hands, so unless you have the square meterage, you don’t need a full-blown vanity. Look for compact options, like a pedestal or wall-mounted sink instead.

What materials should I use in my powder room?


There’s not much space to work with when designing a powder room, so keep your design fairly simple. Otherwise, too many different patterns and textures will quickly overwhelm the space. To avoid a disjointed design, opt for one statement piece or element, such as a fun backsplash, countertop or vanity, and choose subtle materials like stone, marble or granite for everything else. If you fear you haven’t created enough visual interest, fill the void with bathroom accessories such as hand towels and soap dispensers. High-quality bathroom fixtures – including everything from your toilet roll holder to faucet – with matching lines and style, will make a big difference in a such a small space, so if you have the budget, splurge a little!

Whether you want inspiration for planning a powder room renovation or are building a designer powder room from scratch, Houzz has 97,783 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Classique Builders and Mercury Mosaics and Tile. Look through powder room photos in different colours and styles and when you find a powder room design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful powder room ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.
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