It isn’t easy being one of the smallest rooms in the house, yet the room that gets visited most amongst your guests. Your powder room can play a big role in creating an unforgettable experience. This tiny space has the potential to create a grand statement that your powder room is everything but ordinary. Try viewing it as a hidden treasure that is waiting to be shown off and gossiped about amongst your friends and family.
Designing a small space has its challenges, but it also creates the perfect opportunity to show off your personality. It can be overwhelming for homeowners to design a house based on their own unique style, but you cannot go wrong with showing off your individuality within a small space. Do not be afraid to be bold.
One of the secrets to creating an impact on your guests is to address what they will see at first glance. Will your style statement encompass bold colors, quirky wallpaper, adventurous stone, or fearless light fixtures? The rule that small spaces should have softer, light colors can be thrown out the window when talking about powder rooms. That rule does not apply here. Whether it be a deep navy, bright yellow or muted green, everyone has a favorite color. Your powder room is screaming for your top color choice to be applied to the ceiling, walls, or vanity – let this be your wow factor!
Paint is not the only medium that can be applied to ceilings and walls. Breathe life and personality into your design and utilize the exclusive textures and patterns of wallpaper. Vanity mirrors create the best illusions for tiny spaces, making your room feel tall and spacious. Mirrors that extend to the ceiling are ideal for elongating your small room. Transform your ordinary powder room into an extraordinary experience that can be quite the showcase!
A powder room’s footprint is limited, so make every inch count. Do not be afraid to show off your big personality within your small room while creating a bigger impact.
Madeline is a key member of the DMG Design+Build Team offering professional design and construction expertise. She works closely with homeowners to select finishes and materials that express their uniqueness, creativity, and style within their new or remodeled home. Go to https://dmgnola.com/madeline-comeaux to find out how Madeline fell in love with design.
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