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5 Ways to Make Your Powder Room Stand Out

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Powder rooms are helpful in any house, but their modest size may make decorating them difficult. Many individuals keep their powder rooms simply because they don’t know how to make such a tiny space seem unique. But here’s a secret: powder rooms are ideal for experimenting with bold, exciting styles.

These little places are frequently disregarded and do not receive the attention they deserve! This is one scenario when a lack of room (and, in many circumstances, natural light) may work to your advantage. Instead of sticking to white or beige walls, experiment with colour and texture to keep things interesting.

Trends In Powder Room Decor

Several creative methods exist to make your bathroom room appear new and trendy. Look for any unique characteristics in the area that you want to draw attention to, such as built-in shelves, ledges, or a stunning sink or cabinet that you want to make a focal point. Create a showcase wall with a bold paint colour or cool patterned wallpaper to draw them out.

You may also add aesthetic appeal to the room by selecting attractive fixtures. Look for luxurious finishes and one-of-a-kind touches that complement your overall design idea. This might be a unique light fixture, a mirror with a particular form or frame, antique drawer knobs, or an exciting faucet.

Detail tile work is another popular style in powder rooms and full-sized bathrooms. There are many fantastic alternatives for patterned or coloured tiles that may look great as a backsplash in your powder room to complement the vividly painted walls. You may also use more typical neutral-coloured tiles organized in an unusual pattern such as chevron, herringbone, or basketweave.

Powder Room Paint Colors Designer

When selecting your colour palette, start with your feature colour. This will be your “pop” in the space, whether a feature wall or an all-over wall colour. When picking the appropriate on-trend colour, there are a few options available.

Make It Dark

Dark is always a wow factor! When it comes to powder rooms, dramatic paint generally steals the show. Even little areas may convey a lot of solid or dark colours. Don’t be scared to use a striking colour like black. Darker hues always look good in a powder room; there’s something acceptable about them.

The walls Should Be Wrapped.

When it comes to wallpapers, there are always so many possibilities that you can’t go wrong. If the paint isn’t your thing, consider going even bolder with some sensual wallpaper, or do both by including a statement wall of paper—Thibaut and York up the ante with various options ranging from animal patterns to textured grasscloths. There isn’t a pattern you can’t discover when it comes to wallpaper, and if you need some right quickly, we’ve got you covered. 

Vibrant And Bright

Don’t be scared to go colourful if you want something lively and dynamic for your bathroom room. If you want to create a warm and inviting atmosphere, rust orange and ochre provide a homey sense while remaining vibrant and energetic. We also like the advanced features you get from teal or magenta for a trendy touch. When dealing with vibrant hues like these, keep the other colours in the room more neutral to help ground the area.

Dramatic And Dark

If great drama is your thing, go for colours with depth. Choose a rich plum purple or a gothic atmosphere with black walls. If you want a dramatic effect but don’t want to go with black walls, go for a glam vibe with cherry red or copper walls.

Sophistication In Nature

Some fantastic colour possibilities seem more natural for individuals who enjoy colour but want to stick to something more peaceful. Use powder blue, sage green, or taupe walls to draw inspiration from nature. A stunning blush pink is a perfect way to introduce some colour into the area in a subtle way for a more feminine touch.

JXF Painting Service is ready to help if you have a powder room that might need some colour. You’ll have a whole different space in no time, whether it’s a simple feature wall or an all-over hue. To begin, get your free, no-obligation quote today!

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