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Sophisticated Navy and Gold Powder Bath Renovation
Sophisticated Navy and Gold Powder Bath Renovation
Corinthian Fine HomesCorinthian Fine Homes
These homeowners came to us to renovate a number of areas of their home. In their formal powder bath they wanted a sophisticated polished room that was elegant and custom in design. The formal powder was designed around stunning marble and gold wall tile with a custom starburst layout coming from behind the center of the birds nest round brass mirror. A white floating quartz countertop houses a vessel bowl sink and vessel bowl height faucet in polished nickel, wood panel and molding’s were painted black with a gold leaf detail which carried over to the ceiling for the WOW.
Easy Elegance
Easy Elegance
Tracery Professional Builders, Inc.Tracery Professional Builders, Inc.
A refreshed and calming palette of blue and white is granted an extra touch of class with richly patterend wallpaper, custom sconces and crisp wainscoting.
Deep Blue Chinoiserie. Inspired Wallpaper in a Historic Home
Deep Blue Chinoiserie. Inspired Wallpaper in a Historic Home
Paper Moon PaintingPaper Moon Painting
Here you can see a bit of the marble mosaic tile floor. The contrast with the deep blue of the chinoiserie wallpaper is stunning! Perfect for a small space.
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North Andover Renovation
North Andover Renovation
Apple Wood Construction, Inc.Apple Wood Construction, Inc.
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Powder room
Powder room
Elizabeth ReichElizabeth Reich
A Moroccan inspired grasscloth from Phillip Jeffries and white wainscoting give a fresh look to the powder room. Thomas O'Brien pendant. Photography by Jamie Sentz Contractor Smart Homes Services http://www.phillipjeffries.com/gallery/designer/241-jenkins_baer_associates.html
Virginia Highland 1920s Cottage Renovation
Virginia Highland 1920s Cottage Renovation
Copper Sky Design + RemodelCopper Sky Design + Remodel
This renovation project of a 1920s home included a kitchen, bar/mudroom, laundry room, guest bathroom and primary bathroom. This home, located in the Virginia Highland neighborhood of Atlanta, had an unusual layout and a good bit of unused space. The two main goals were to bring the outdated spaces to suit modern living standards, and to better utilize the space.
Portland Basement and half bathroom
Portland Basement and half bathroom
Let's RemodelLet's Remodel
This bathroom had lacked storage with a pedestal sink. The yellow walls and dark tiled floors made the space feel dated and old. We updated the bathroom with light bright light blue paint, rich blue vanity cabinet, and black and white Design Evo flooring. With a smaller mirror, we are able to add in a light above the vanity. This helped the space feel bigger and updated with the fixtures and cabinet.
Power-Up Powder Room
Power-Up Powder Room
RenovisionsRenovisions
These South Shore of Boston Homeowners approached the Team at Renovisions to power-up their powder room. Their half bath, located on the first floor, is used by several guests particularly over the holidays. When considering the heavy traffic and the daily use from two toddlers in the household, it was smart to go with a stylish, yet practical design. Wainscot made a nice change to this room, adding an architectural interest and an overall classic feel to this cape-style traditional home. Installing custom wainscoting may be a challenge for most DIY’s, however in this case the homeowners knew they needed a professional and felt they were in great hands with Renovisions. Details certainly made a difference in this project; adding crown molding, careful attention to baseboards and trims had a big hand in creating a finished look. The painted wood vanity in color, sage reflects the trend toward using furniture-like pieces for cabinets. The smart configuration of drawers and door, allows for plenty of storage, a true luxury for a powder room. The quartz countertop was a stunning choice with veining of sage, black and white creating a Wow response when you enter the room. The dark stained wood trims and wainscoting were painted a bright white finish and allowed the selected green/beige hue to pop. Decorative black framed family pictures produced a dramatic statement and were appealing to all guests. The attractive glass mirror is outfitted with sconce light fixtures on either side, ensuring minimal shadows. The homeowners are thrilled with their new look and proud to boast what was once a simple bathroom into a showcase of their personal style and taste. "We are very happy with our new bathroom. We received many compliments on it from guests that have come to visit recently. Thanks for all of your hard work on this project!" - Doug & Lisa M. (Hanover)
Victorian Hallway
Victorian Hallway
My Bespoke RoomMy Bespoke Room
This is a family home where the space needs to be practical yet the desire was for style. As a result, the floor is a Karndean vinyl flooring which has a wood effect and looks incredible yet very practical and hard wearing. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball Ammonite and skirting in All White. The redundant space under the stairs was made into a little cloakroom with a toilet and basin. We painted this room in Farrow & Ball Hague Blue to create a contrast with the hallway which works as a surprise when you open the door! A hallway and stair runner complete the look and the pendant lighting adds drama in this entrance and compliments the style.

18,055 Traditional Powder Room Design Photos

1670 Antique Colonial
1670 Antique Colonial
Wilson Kelsey DesignWilson Kelsey Design
Black and white carry throughout this crisp powder room: black and white marble floor tiles, black and white graphic wallpaper, and a black and white double wall sconce. Elegant white bathroom fixtures, including the pedestal sink, and a long narrow silver framed rectangular mirror bring additional brightness to this small powder room. WKD’s experience in historic preservation and antique curation restored this gentleman’s farm into a casual, comfortable, livable home for the next chapter in this couple’s lives. The project included a new family entrance and mud room, new powder room, and opening up some of the rooms for better circulation. While WKD curated the client’s existing collection of art and antiques, refurbishing where necessary, new furnishings were also added to give the home a new lease on life. Working with older homes, and historic homes, is one of Wilson Kelsey Design’s specialties. This project was featured on the cover of Design New England's September/October 2013 issue. Read the full article at: http://wilsonkelseydesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Heritage-Restored1.pdf It was also featured in the Sept. issue of Old House Journal, 2016 - article is at http://wilsonkelseydesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/2016-09-OHJ.pdf Photo by Michael Lee
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