How To Decorate A Powder Room

Powder rooms are usually small, so they can be challenging to decorate. Can you use patterns? Will a strong color make it feel smaller? Do you need tile wainscoting? Interior designers love doing powder rooms; it’s fun to turn something so utilitarian into an unexpected jewel for your guests. Here are a few of our favorites:

Of course you can use pattern, and probably should – a beautiful tile keeps the space from feeling like a closet. If your home is traditional, add fine details like gilt bronze, metallic elements to your tile. Our Mod Glam Collection has a variety of beautiful patterns with brass finishes like in the image below.   

Mod Glam Collection, Country Floors

If your style is more casual, you can still create a standout powder room with thoughtful details. White brick tile wall adds warmth and texture, and can be a perfect backdrop for an iron mirror and cool light fixtures. Patterned floors like our Barcela Collection add graphic punch to any small space and probably a #shoeselfie along the way 😀

Barcela Collection, Country Floors

Tiled walls are practical and stylish, especially if you think outside the box. Walls don’t have to be sleek and modern, either. Layer in the details just like you would in a living room. Use color in unexpected ways – this shower might be small but the subway ceramic tile mixed with a traditional pattern are eye-catching and get your guests excited. Check  out our Bella Muro Collection featured in the image below.

Fabulous and one of a kind tiles are a designer’s favorite powder room trick. An over-the-top design is more affordable in a small powder room. Check our our Talya Waterjet Collection, this collection is full of pattern and glamour! When it comes to powder rooms, there are no rules – just creativity at work!

Talya Collection