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1,156 Results for "Powder"

Grey and Yellow Powder Room, I wanted something bright and clean for our very small half bath. I love the grey and yellow combo. Towels are from World Market, Canvas from Hobby Lobby. The mirror came with the house when we bought it, I just spray painted it glossy black., Bathrooms Design
LESS IS MORE APPROACH, Unlike the old-world basement bath in our previous house (see "Roman" bath if interested) the basement in our new house got a simple powder room. No "party" shower no sauna ... just a clean almost minimalist look. When is less more? As always thanks for visiting!
CEILING PAINT is different from the wall paint. Ceiling paint is a light silver metallic paint by Ralph Lauren (Home Depot), while walls are painted with Ben Moore Smokestack Gray. Ceiling took 5 coats but was well worth it.  , Bathrooms Design
Gutted bathroom/ now a powder room/cotttage, Cottage Style/ we gutted and removed
shower and tub, moved all the plumbing, wiring,and put it all back together. Used : toto, perrin and rowe, restoration hardware cabinet, and lights.
Paint is repose gray (benjamin moore)

Still waiting for the roman shade for
the window and picture on order., Bathrooms Design
Beach Cabin Powder Room, This tiny bath was part original, part 80's, and totally void of anything that would suggest "cabin". My husband made t&g boards to match the one existing wall and replaced the outdated countertop with a wood one to match the old wood floors that we discovered under many layers. The copper sink was an unbelieveable find at a closeout for $30. I added trim to the existing cabinet and painted everything in an earthy green. I chose to paint the cabinet the same color as the walls to make it recede rather than stand out in such a small space.Beadboard was added to the ceiling and painted a crisp white. I installed rustic exterior lighting to go with a mirror I already owned and to help keep that "cabin" feel. The opposite wall from the sink is all linen closet which I painted the same bright white preventing the room from being too dark, or too green. The entire makeover ran about $140 to blend this tired little bath in with the rest of our cabin., Bathrooms Design
Blah to Spa Bath! Tuscan Makeover!, This guest bathroom has changed over the years (20) & these photo reveal its evolution to the current Tuscan Design replacing the tract builder look with a home owner designed Tuscan Bath haven. Tub was demo'ed &replaced with stone shower stall Sink space replaced with a free standing Italian Dry sink style. Guests spend more than the average 'refresh' period in this space. often asked "Are you okay in there?" ~~"Si molto bene!" LOL! , Bathrooms Design
Elegant Powder Room, We currently have this home on the market. It is located in Missouri in the Branson School District. For more information and to look at a virtual tour, the MLS number is 341835. Would make a great permanent residence or vacation home.
I chose to have the powder room painted "Sweet Georgia Brown".  It is a small space but I wanted to use a rich color on both the walls and ceiling.  The vanity is stained black and distressed.  The sink is a talavera from Mexico.  I chose travertine for the countertops and backsplash.  The artwork came from a flea market and the colors work well with the sink.  The mirror was from a local antique store.  , Bathrooms Design

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