Belgian-born, London-based inside designer Philip Vergeylen provides each room of this 25,000-square-foot,Georgian-style mansion in London an air of opulence. The customized black-lacquer paneling within the powder room is inset with Gracie wallpaper. Embracing negative area is a surefire method to make the most of limited sq. footage. This colorful Mumbai home takes a space-efficient strategy with its brass sink, which was made from a wok. Previously owned by the actress Ava Gardner, this Madrid apartment is bursting with rich historical past. Designer Isabel López-Quesada recreated its storied magic by remodeling a Forties inlaid dresser into an unconventionally cool self-importance.
Designer Mandi Gubler of Vintage Revivals achieved this cool, outdoorsy aesthetic with an evergreen accent wall, southwestern rug and snake plant in a rattan basket. Channel sophisticated seaside vibes with cabana-blue and white stripes. We love how the extensive, horizontal lines convey the seaside to this chic major bathroom and visually join the stall bathe and tub space, making both spots seem larger. Big issues can indeed are available small packages—just take a glance at your tiny bathroom. Because of the limited square footage and opportunities to vary the structure, it’s frequent to write off a small bathroom as a design afterthought. But in reality, a powder room or guest bath provides a fantastic chance to experiment with a bold colour palette, eye-catching tiles, or cool hardware.
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These all add so much interest to the walls and make the room feel intentionally designed. Here’s a tutorial for including shiplap and board and batten to a toilet space. Patterned towels, classic rugs, and sophisticated lighting also add pops of personality. “Lighting and bath fixtures are like the jewellery of the room. Use them to deliver a little glamour into the space,” says Los Angeles–based interior designer Sarah Samuel.
- Instead of laying new tiles—which could be super expensive and time-consuming—consider using paint as an alternative.
- But as this Marie Flanigan–designed area in Houston proves, wainscoting is normally a striking—and less predictable—alternative.