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The bold pattern of the Phillip Jeffries wallcovering infuses the powder room with whimsy and charm. A Normandy hammered-copper sink stand with a rectangular overmount from Waterworks continues the ambiance.
FUN & CRAZY
Interior designer Brian Paquette, a firm believer in fun and crazy powder rooms, used a Malachite pattern Cole & Son wallcovering from Kravet in this one. It offers a lively backdrop for a leather-framed mirror from Design Within Reach, flanked on either side by Visual Comfort & Co. sconces. The sink is RH; the faucet is by Hansgrohe.
As a nod to the family’s love of cycling, interior designer Claudia Juestel hung a mirror made from a recycled bicycle tire in the powder room. The backsplash tile is by Pratt & Larson, and the sconces are vintage; the bronze pulls are by Ashley Norton.
Against the gray walls of the powder room, a strip of geometric Waterworkstile frames a suspended Duravit sink, paired with fittings by Watermark Designs as well as a mirror and a light fixture, both by RH. The artwork by Patricia J. Finley is from Walker Fine Art.
The homeowners had stone remaining from their previous home, which they used for a powder room vanity. The fixtures are by Kallista from Pirch, and the wallcovering, with gleaming chips of mica, is by Phillip Jeffries.
WALL OF REFLECTIONS
The Kallista sink and faucets in the powder room are by Ann Sacks and add to the dramatic touches that can be found throughout the home.
The mother-of-pearl Aphrodite wallcovering from Maya Romanoff adds a shimmery glow to the powder room with its layering of handcrafted capiz shells. A simple sink is set into an onyx-bronze-and-nickel console from Sherle Wagner; the bronze-framed mirror is also from Sherle Wagner.
A NEW LOOK
Interior designer Maria Haidamus worked with builders Shay Lyons and Noel Morgan to revamp the first-floor powder room. Metal ceiling tiles frame a mirror that reflects a Moroccan lantern. The Boffi sink pairs with a Dornbracht faucet.
A BLAST FROM THE PAST
For the powder room, interior designer Laura Kirar found the antique Italian mirror and vintage 1940s sconces at the Paris Flea Market. The hammered-brass pedestal sink with a marble top is from Urban Archeology, as is the hand-poured tortoise-colored glass tile.
A silver-leaf cork wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries from David Sutherland sets the powder room aglow. A mix of materials creates interest, including an antique stone vessel sink from Chateau Domingue with sleek fixtures from Lighting Inc. Plumbing and Hardware. The sconces are Regina Andrew from Horchow, and the pendant is Restoration Warehouse from Candelabra.
POINTED IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
Interior designer Pamela Chelle adorned a powder room with arrow-patterned wallpaper by Cavern Home and black stone tile from Decorative Materials. A line of arrow-patterned tile by Ann Sacks runs along the wall and the floor. Brass pendants from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. hang above a custom vanity, and the mirror is from Room & Board.
Shades of sand were chosen for the powder room, where a cream travertine pedestal sink from The Minimalist Group plays off the lighter tones in the Ceramic Matrix mosaic tilework. Sleek Axor fixtures from Ferguson and a mirror by Prestige Framers complete the look.
MIX & MATCH
A powder room features an onyx countertop and a printed grass-cloth wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries.
A walnut vanity topped with a Stone Forest sink cantilevers in the powder room, where a graphic wallcovering by Kelly Wearstler for Groundworks complements wall tile by Heath Ceramics. The pendant is by Roll & Hill.
HOLDING UP YOUR END
In a small powder room, a salvaged beam echoes the shape of the room’s tall, narrow window and provides the support for a custom vanity by Narofsky Architecture. The sink and faucet are from Porcelanosa.
GRAY & SILVER
Daltile’s Metallica stainless-steel penny round mosaics, installed by Scarsdale Tile & Carpet, form a backsplash in the powder room. A ceramic sink sits atop a travertine base between industrial pendants from Restoration Hardware.
For the powder room, a custom concrete sink was crafted by Sonoma Cast Stone in Petaluma, California. An Aquabrass Streem faucet from Victoria Specialty Hardware & Plumbing flows into the sink. Sconces by Jonathan Browning, from David Sutherland, light the space. The handcrafted wallpaper is by Wallteriors in Indio, California.
In the powder room, interior designer Charles Allem chose a flocked wallpaper by Flamant for a touch of whimsy. A round pedestal sink by Stone Forest and a mirror from Usona Home in Philadelphia offset the square shape of the room.
A CONTEMPORARY APPEAL
Sconces by Thomas O’Brien for Visual Comfort illuminate the powder room’s handmade mirror from Justmorocco Furniture Imports in Clearwater, Florida. Romo’s metallic-vinyl wallcovering pairs with a custom Waterworks washstand and a Kallista faucet. Flooring from Terrazzo & Marble Supply Companies was installed by Apostrophe Design.
Drape-patterned wallpaper with a flocked-velvet texture by Cole & Son gives the powder room its own dramatic flair. The vintage Italian mirror was found on 1stdibs, the pendants are by Michael Anastassiades, and the washbasin is by Boffi. A Kallista wall-mounted faucet from Wool Kitchen & Bath adds another touch of gold.
MODERN TAKE ON MOUNTAIN STYLE
The powder room transformation echoes the mix of materials and colors found throughout the rest of the home. Tae’s Tile Creations installed the glass tile from Stone Source in New York, and the sconces are by Visual Comfort & Co.
SET IN CONCRETE
Poured concrete defines the flooring in this space, where sconces by Apparatus flank an Anthropologie mirror. A custom sink resides near vintage wall-mounted accessories for soap and a cup holder.