I hope you all enjoyed my sneak previews of the pop-up shop last week. I am still in the process of getting everything in order, and moving along with that! My new habitat has a half bath that is rather anemic. I mean it is really pretty pathetic. The mirror and light fixture are wannabe contemporaries. I have a feeling it is going to be my biggest challenge. I would wallpaper it or use a high gloss charcoal, then dress it with a gallery wall. Sadly, I can’t do any of those things since it is so heavily stuccoed. I am going to have to get creative. I hope you enjoy my mood board of half baths because I need to somehow get inspired, and hopefully I can inspire you in the process.
A serene and chic powder room by Suzanne Kasler via Veranda.
Large stone slabs mixed with dark paint and antique mirrors. I love a moody powder room.
Timothy Whealon knows how to get creative with his powder rooms. A great play of pattern, neutrals and bold. Via AD
A malachite mirror, gold accents and spotted black and white wallpaper. Always hip and always fresh. Via Stylecaster
An ideal mix of blue and white speckled wallpaper and popping gold accents. Look at that light fixture too! Via House & Home
Benjamin Dhong creates a light and natural palette in this classic powder room. Via House Beautiful
Katie Ridder knows how to be bold, current, and always timeless. Small spaces give the best opportunity to be bold. Notice the ceiling. I love the free standing marble sink. Via Elle Decor
Another bold wallpaper and Roman shade mixed with a black and white floor and gold and silver accents. This bathroom by Robert Courturier is a great reminder that not everything has to match, as long as it flows.
A shiny and beautifully mirrored bathroom that brings glitz and glam. Via Pinterest
A lovely molded half bath with ideal marble finish. Sometimes all you need is white and subtle classic accents. Via Traditional Home
Miles Redd knows how to have fun in every space. Peacock wallpaper and bold colors make for quite a statement. Via House Beautiful
Lyford Trellis wallpaper adds fabulous dimension and class to this powder room. Via Elle Decor
A Michael S. Smith sink is the epic addition in this powder room by Alessandra Branca. Via Veranda