This powder room is adjacent to the front door—meaning it's one of the first rooms guests see when they walk in the house. The homeowners wanted a dramatic space, and this drab little room wasn't cutting it.
Bold powder room wallpaper and an eye-catching statement mirror now define this bathroom. The homeowners had a limited budget, so they stuck to must-have fixes, like a new vanity, floor tiles, and wallcoverings. The makeover cost less than $850, but it redefines the entire home.
Even when it's not decked out for the holidays, this powder room had way too much going on. With its small size, the space only looked dark and awkward.
A neutral color scheme saves the day in this modern powder room. Instead of unnecessary decorations or colors, the room steals interest from grass-cloth wallpaper, a textured mirror frame, and sleek chrome detailing—proving not all powder room makeovers have to be bold!
Boring white walls weren't helping this teeny-tiny powder bathroom stand out. An awkward divider wall made it difficult to update the bath without blowing the homeowner's budget.
A fresh coat of blue paint and new oak flooring took this bath from drab to fab. Instead of buying an expensive new powder room vanity, the homeowner used an old desk. The result is a rustic-chic look that's modern and fresh.
This traditional-style powder room was past its prime. The vanity showed signs of wear, while the tile floor was in serious need of an update. The decorative details felt dated and no longer suited the homeowners' style.
The powder room's fresh look pays homage to the past while incorporating modern elements. Bold butterfly wallpaper gives the room a splash of color, while a new vanity adds delicate details. To stay within their budget, the homeowners painted over the flooring with black enamel.
This space had a lot of problems from the start. The powder room sink was tiny, the tile was outdated, and the floor was painted an ugly dark green. Plus, the entire space was only 3x8 feet, making it difficult to find room for storage.
A wood table turned vanity became the perfect focal point for this tiny powder room. Its open shelving system provides bonus space for storage while keeping the room open and airy. Walls and flooring got a refresh from creamy paint, and a thrifted mirror adds character above the powder room vanity.
There was nothing particularly wrong with this little powder room—it simply lacked personality. Basic beaded board, a pedestal sink, and chocolate brown walls were no longer exciting to the homeowners, who had already revamped the space a few years before.
Classic fixtures ensure that this powder room will please for years to come. The white pedestal sink and beaded board carried over from the last renovation, but new tile flooring and bold wallpaper bring a modern update. A cheery sconce makes for the perfect powder room lighting.