Textured Walls and Pattern I was discussing wall colors with a friend recently and was surprised to hear that the first hue she could come up with for a living room accent wall was ‘burnt orange‘. Another shade that seems to be climbing up the popularity chart, burnt orange seems even more alluring in a powder room when coupled with textured walls. You need not move away from contemporary style to get this done, and combining it with white gives the small space a more relaxing aura. For those bored with the idea of repainting the powder room, wallpaper in orange provides a fun alternative that fills the room with a pattern of your choice.
Live-edge vanity tops can be combined with floating vanity units made in a different material or can also be used as standalone pieces that offer exactly what you need in smaller bathrooms and powder rooms. They range from the spectacular to the simple, and yet every one of these vanities ushers in a cool, organic vibe that gives the bathroom a major facelift. Whether you are looking to give your existing bathroom a quick makeover or still searching for that ideal vanity to complete your new powder room, here is an option that you just cannot overlook.
A gray vessel sink is a wonderful choice for a bathroom in need of calming, neutral tones. It has a very natural look to it, its organic feel a suitable companion for the smooth round lines. The round shape brings a contemporary theme into the space, while the raw gray look keeps it from feeling over the top.