How an Interior Designer Discovers Jewels in the Powder Room

Because powder rooms are small, I love to treat them as a jewelry box. You can use the most exclusive materials because the quantities needed are typically smaller than your full size bathroom. Here are some of my favorite materials to use in a Powder room to make it look and feel special:

Artistic Tile

Petals of Polished Calacatta Gold, classic Italian milk white marble with soft grey and gold veining are paired with hints of white natural rivershell inserts, iridescent white freshwater mother of pearl.

Porcelanosa

These tiles have a natural stone look to them and can be used on the walls or the floors due to their anti-slip properties.

Caesar Stone

The Concetto collection by Caesar Stone consists of semi-precious stones that are bounded together. This would be so beautiful  when the light shines on it.

Antolini Luigi

Here is a different version of semi-precious stones that can be used on the walls, floor or as counter tops.

Mastro Fiore

This stone is alabaster and is cut into strips created by Italian bathroom manufacturer Mastro Fiore.

Blue Pearl Stone

These glass counter tops are pure glass that is 99% recycled. In addition to great design, these counter tops consist of earth’s natural products.

Mosaic Tile Powder Room

Tile is an everyday bathroom material; take it to the next level by arranging it in a bold, large-scale mosaic. These English roses make the bathroom feel like a garden oasis.

Powder rooms always represent a particularly inviting challenge. When working with a small space, it is important to pay more attention to everything you put in, especially when you are someone like me whose interior design philosophy is “it’s all in the details.”

Does this give you any ideas for the jewels that could be discovered in your powder room?

Related Sites

Artistic Tile

Porcelanosa

Caesar Stone

Antolini

Mastro Fiore

Blue Pearl Stone


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