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40 Gorgeous Powder Rooms With Extra Pow

俘获你芳心的40种化妆间

 

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PLAYFUL STRIPES
Complete with trompe l'oeil tassels, summery blue and white stripes transform a powder room by a pool into a tented beach cabana. The stripes on the ceiling mimic a peaked roof and help fool the eye into seeing a taller, loftier space.


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CLASSIC TIMEPIECE
Without the moisture and humidity from a shower to worry about, an heirloom-worthy grandfather-style clock can have pride of place. Ideal for filling a narrow span of wall, the timepiece complements the nattiness of the tailored bands of black paint.


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LUCITE ACCENTS
Since there's no need to stash everyday necessities under a powder room sink, the vanity is liberated from its storage task and becomes strictly a statement piece. A Lucite-framed mirror in a zingy yellow continues the theme of transparency.


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ANIMAL PRINTS
In an opposites-attract powder room, a shared palette prevents the glam leopard-print wallpaper and pharmacy-style metal vanity from clashing. The distressed mirror with coral-pink streaks doesn't see daily use, so it serves mostly to inject color into the bold but limited color scheme.


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GREY AND GOLD
When used in such a small space, this silk ikat wallcovering's large-scale print seems energizing rather than overwhelming. The 1820s French mirror's reverse-painted frame keeps the graphic patterns coming.


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FINE FURNITURE
Fitted with a marble top and an undermount basin, an 18th-century Swedish mahogany commode morphs into a vanity. Strips of antique ikat fabric, applied like wallpaper, keep the look current.


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TEXTURED WALLS
A powder room behind a staircase embraces its tininess and becomes a moody, exotic jewel box with allover Moroccan fretwork. The perforated panels allow light to filter in while camouflaging less-than-perfect walls.


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SPACE SAVERS
For a powder room this Lilliputian, a mirror hung at an angle above a corner sink maximizes every inch (and clutter can be stashed behind the fabric skirt). The Wedgwood plates and round accent table help counteract the boxiness — and add charm!


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RUSTIC CABINETS
Even modest, done-in-a-day alterations can deliver major personality. Here, chicken wire installed in place of glass cabinet doors ups the country feel and shows off stacks of fresh towels.


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STRATEGIC SPLURGES
The combination of a few luxe touches — delicate Baguès-style sconces, an intricately carved Italian Baroque mirror, an antique French-limestone floating vanity — creates old-world elegance and a sense of fantasy without leaving the house.


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SPANISH COLONIAL
Creamy whites and solid black get an interesting edge in a Mediterranean-inspired home. An antique chest's curved lines contrast the graphic tiles original to the room.


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TRELLIS WALLS
The geometric lines of latticework pop even more thanks to two-toned paint. The walls are painted in Dix Blue and the treillage in Plummett, both by Farrow & Ball.


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RECYCLED MATERIALS
Save wallpaper scraps from a previous project for instant art. Framed fragments of Gracie's Georgian Tea Trade wallpaper look just like landscape paintings in a South Carolina home's powder room.


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FLOWER POWER
Pick up a favorite color in the wallpaper by painting a mirror to match. This whimsical powder room combines oversized orchids with an equally ornate mirror.


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OCEAN BLUE
Embrace a favorite color like this bold bath. According to traditional feng shui, blue-greens represent youth, new beginnings and confidence.


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MOROCCAN MOTIF
Sometimes two tiles are better than one. The radiating patterns in this worldly space also echo a vintage pendant and starburst-shaped sink.


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MATCHING SHADES
Refresh an existing (and unloved) design choice by embracing it head on. This colorful bath kept the citrus wallpaper and added a window treatment in the same yellow hue for a purposeful look.


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MUTED WALLPAPER
Even the pattern-averse can get on board with a monochrome print. The powder room of a New York colonial features Farrow & Ball's Lotus wallpaper, but navy swirls look just as nice.


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ELEGANT ALCOVE
A glimpse of an inner space — like the arched alcove that designer Anne Miller provides here — makes a powder room feel larger.


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RED MAPLE
Sleek features are adornment enough for lacquered maple paneling and cabinetry, as designer David Easton proves in this tribute to luxe modernity.


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BOLD PATTERNS
The oversize motifs of floral wallpaper and a geometric mirror punch up a tiny room by designer Meg Braff. Liberal dashes of white keep everything light and airy in this Hamptons home.


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STRIKING COLOR
Paint makes the big statement here, giving a narrow space the depth of sea and sky. Designer Sally Markham chose a gloss finish to catch sunshine, or lantern light.


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URN BASIN
This iron garden ornament was brought indoors by designers Bobby McAlpine and Susan Ferrier. A stone platform raises the urn's inset basin to conventional sink height.


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CHINOISERIE
Designer Ashley Whittaker replaced clinical ceiling-high white tile with fanciful Asian-themed wallpaper (lampshades mimic the red parasols) and a faux-bamboo mirror.


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FRAMED SCONCES
By symmetrically outlining two sconces to match the ebonized mirror frame, designer Robin Bell created a triptych wide enough to hold its own above a grand vanity.


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EXTRA SEATING
Because a full second bath also serves as the powder room in this house, designer Joe Nye installed a mini "butler's tray" laden with amenities to delight guests.


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BAROQUE MIRROR
Turning a quirk into an asset, designer Stephen Shubel glorified an oblique wall with the decorative silhouettes of a scallop-shell sink and a Baroque carved mirror frame.


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SILVER VANITY
In a subtle variation on the standard shine of chrome and mirror glass, designer Sally Markham evokes boudoir glamour with a vanity sheathed in silver leaf.


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GUEST TOWELS
Embroidered linens double as wall decoration in this whimsical Jeffrey Bilhuber design. A rough-cut marble sink contrasts with the delicate needlework.


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WOOD ACCENTS
Enchanted forest meets princely bower, thanks to HB Home's pairing of woodland wallpaper with an inlaid cabinet they converted into a vanity.


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TOILE ALL OVER
Rooms under eaves can feel cramped, but designer Tom Scheerer masked this low slope by covering it in an aviary-patterned toile that seems to open up the whole space.


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FABRIC COVER-UP
Rather than tear out unsightly wall tile, designer T. Keller Donovan hid it behind pleated cotton hung from a ceiling-mounted track. The same fabric skirts the vanity.


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CRIMSON SHADES
Lively scenes and vivid wallpaper reds, plus an eye-catching crimson shade, distract attention from the awkward space designer Meg Braff had to work with.


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SHELL COLLAGE
Marine life is a familiar powder-room theme. Designer Lawrence Rizkowsky's beach-combing yielded this extraordinary vanity, a shellwork fantasy of his own design.


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BLACK AND WHITE
Flocked wallpaper inspired designer Stephen Shubel's graphic scheme. Perforated Moroccan sconces and a two-tone sink enhance the drama of light and dark.


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PAINTED WAINSCOT
Reminiscent of an era when indoor plumbing was still a novelty, old-school wainscoting feels right at home in Michael S. Smith's traditional ensemble.


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RUSTIC TOUCHES
Corner sinks were invented for problem areas like this, where doorways limit usable space. Designer Mimi McMakin's neat application fits its rustic setting to a tee.


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PEDESTAL SINK
Space-saving yet stately, the wash basin's pillar-like support is a suitably classical mate for paneled woodwork in an interior by designer Nancy Boszhardt.


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MIXED TEXTURES
Designer Madeline Stuart lime-washed these walls to harmonize with the varied finishes of a marble sink, a bronze backsplash and an iron mirror frame and sconces.


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VESSEL SINK
Designer Phoebe Howard elevates an everyday ritual with this Carrara marble basin. The faucet emerges from a stone-mosaic dado in a spectrum of watery hues.

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