8 great places to powder your nose

Humble in terms of allotted space only, these powder rooms offer surprise and theatre as well as a great place to check that tie or eyeliner 

1. Di Henshall Interior Design

Drama certainly isn't left at the door with this powder room featuring a combination of Waterfall Dark flow, Waterfall Basket and Gramma 16 DX tiles with Mapei Turquoise grout – the tiles have a slate look and feel.

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2.  Penny del Castillo, In Design International

Here, a contemporary-yet-classic atmosphere is in part established with the Gio Ponti vanity mirror from Gubi, and oversized Volker Haug wall lights. The Caroma basin is matched with Sussex tapware while the benchtop is natural stone and the vanity cabinet is in timber veneer. Baresque wallpaper provides a dramatic backdrop.

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3.  Stroud Homes/Tile Depot

The home's wood-look Neptune Dune Birch floor tile is continued into this surprising ground floor powder room. The feature walls are tiled in the 4D Diamond White tile from The Tile Depot.

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4. Detail by Davinia Sutton

For this contemporary space, the custom-made timber clad veneer wall acts as a natural backdrop and forms a solid juxtaposition for the feature vanity bowl, positioned as an art piece.

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5. Urbane Projects

Light creeps in around the edges of this atmospheric ground floor powder room – the curved wall, textured plaster finishes and tiled herringbone floor combine to create an immersive experience

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6. Jessica Valintine Design

Some powder rooms are designed as a departure from the wider interior but this powder room is very much in the family – featuring natural and solid materials with an emphasis on texture and warm white plastered walls. 

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7. Chris Barrett Design

Part of an out-there Californian interior – think internal bridge – this first floor powder room combines understated high-end materials with golden touches, gilded mirror frame and fresh flowers included.

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8. Michelle Miazga-Hall, Port + Quarter Interiors

This design does away with the traditional vanity with drawers – instead, a brass shelf below the concrete sink trough holds spare towels. Custom brass and marble mosaic mural tiles comprise the splashback wall while the custom Concrete Trough Sink is matched with Vola natural brass tapware. 

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15 May, 2022

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