Powder Room Design Ideas
We’re about a month away from wrapping up our 570 Yardarm project in Longboat Key, and like with our previous project, I want to share with you some of our design ideas, beginning with the powder bath.
Our goal was to have a space that was sophisticated, yet light and airy feeling. As with most of our design projects, the process begins by gathering home design inspiration images from websites like Houzz and Pinterest. Here is our home inspiration photo for the powder bath.
One of my favorite selections for the powder bath is the TEXTURED WALL TILE.
I love textured wall tile and think it’s a great example of how you can create drama in a small room with just the right design element. It’s a subtle look that lets the wall take center stage. Add some champagne gold fixtures for an elegant touch that feels upscale without going overboard.
Our goal was for the powder bath to look inviting, but not overdone. We wanted our design to feel timeless, so we chose fixtures that could work for almost any buyer.
We love the textured wall tile and think it’s a great example of how you can create drama in a small powder bath with just the right design element. It’s a subtle look that lets the design of the wall tile take center stage. The bronze gold fixtures add an elegant touch that feels upscale without going overboard.
The neutral color tones allow for a lot of flexibility in how it’s decorated. Black accessories make sense with the design, but you could also go with different design elements and colors.
Our Yardarm Lane home in Longboat Key is one of three Brista Built homes in progress. Keep a lookout for more home design ideas, especially our kitchen design selections — they may give you DIY design ideas for your own home!