Powder Room Magic

A powder room can often be a forgotten space, however, it is
a great opportunity to have some fun with design, adding a low commitment,
whimsical or bold touch.

Here are some easy and creative ways to spruce up your
powder room:

Wallpaper:  Because a powder room is generally a smaller space, an investment in beautiful wallpaper is cost-effective, so splurging is a must.  For example:

Our ‘Fresh, Fantastic and Fun on 1st Street’ powder room, golden-patterned wallpaper by Hygge and West adds a Hollywood Glam / Art Deco feel to a pint-sized powder room, complemented by brass accents in the light fixture and oversized, round mirror by Anthropologie



Have fun with tiles!  A fully tiled backsplash in unexpected colors and patterns adds a breath of fresh air to what could be an otherwise bland space.  We absolutely love this Complementto bathroom with a delightful, large lilac scale pattern accented by sharp black hardware and a clean, light wood countertop.



Brightly colored bathroom hardware adds a quirky, retro, touch – such as these multi-colored, 1970s style faucets in a bathroom by Freunden von Freunden.


For additional colored bathroom faucet inspiration, check out this article by Apartment Therapy.

The most important thing to remember when designing or
renovating a powder room is that it’s a perfect opportunity to branch out of
your comfort zone, in a low stake but super impactful way!  So GO FOR IT!

This is a guest post written by JMorris Design, a bespoke interior design studio specializing in creating signature spaces imbued with clean lines and stunning decorative personality, based in Park Slope, Brooklyn, serving the greater New York City area and beyond.