How to Create the Perfect Powder Room

Creating an amazing Powder Room, or Guest Bath as it is often known, can add a unique touch to your home. Here are a few tips on making your Powder Room memorable:


Use bold colors and prints. The Powder Room is a great place to experiment

Cape Cod Powder Room includes nautical sconces, custom painted vanity, mosaic glass tile back splash,and marble counter top. (Cheryl McCracken Design)

with color and texture. Even if you are not ready to take on bold colors or wallpaper throughout your entire house, the Powder Room can be a safe place to try something new. For example, try a color or metallic paint on the ceiling.

Choose a non-traditional sink or toilet. Choosing a non-traditional sink or toilet can add a dramatic touch to your home. Whether it be a vessel-type sink made of glass or marble or a one-piece toilet with sound modulation for discreet flushing, adding the unexpected to your guest bath gives your home a unique style that will be remembered by your guests long after they leave.

Make dramatic choices with additional accessories. Dramatic details such as crown molding, elegant mirrors, and bold lighting fixtures can bring this small room to life and add a perfect finishing touch to the space.

Don’t Forget The Little Things. Embroidered or monogrammed hand towels, fresh flowers, scented soaps and other special touches make your guests feel welcomed and relaxed in your home.

The possibilities are endless when it comes to making your Powder Room memorable. Let Cheryl McCracken Interior Design help you design the perfect Powder Room for your home.

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