I’m not really sure you can call this a tour, since touring involves motion. The powder room is quite small, not much moving around needed to see it, but here goes anyway.
The powder room/ half bath is to the left of the front door, opposite the dining room.
The wall color is not showing well in these pictures, looks more lavender than it really is. The color has more gray and leans toward the blue side of purple. The mirror was here when we bought the house, would like to find a curvy, scrolly mirror, probably in black. The style of the Ikea Ung Drill mirror is great, but I just can’t bring myself to pay $40 for a plastic mirror. One of the hazards of thrift store shopping- always holding out hope for a good solid piece at a steal.
Extra tp is held below the sink in a small flower cart. Fake plant beside that- believe me, it’s an act of mercy that I use fake plants.
Ok, on to the business side of the half bath. We have a window above the toilet, which makes it impossible to add any storage in here.
I created the valance from a shower curtain found at Target. I cut it to length and hemmed, then folded up the sides accordion-style and tacked with a few stitches to give it a scrunchy, curved look.
The room is just too small to add much to the walls. Every time I try, it starts to feel closed-in. So, there is only one decorative piece on the walls, open and airy, so that it doesn’t take up much visual space.
Powder rooms are a great place to add color that you may be afraid to try in larger spaces. This soft grayed purple is my favorite color in the house. What room are you most comfortable with experimenting with color and pattern?