A powder room is generally defined as a small bathroom that contains only a sink and a toilet. Sometimes, it’s referred to as a guest bathroom or half bath, and it is usually located on the first floor of a home. When decorating a powder room or small guest bathroom, make the design unique from any other room in the house. Stay with one concept or theme, rather than mixing and matching various colors and decor. You might find rare or unusual bathroom decor at a flea market, antique shop, or even a thrift store. Add your own personal touch to ordinary essentials. One way to unleash your creativity is by decorating a few plain hand towels with creative embroidery. If your powder room is all white, you’ll want to add a splash of color and contrast to brighten it up. If you don’t like the idea of painting the walls or applying wallpaper, try adding some decorative borders or decals. The advantage of using decals is that most will not harm your walls and they are easily removed. You can find bathroom decals with clever phrases and sayings by searching the Internet. If you prefer, you can find decorative decals in the form of butterflies, seashells, or other art.
Keep it simple when using wall art for your powder room. Remember that less is best, so don’t clutter your powder room walls with numerous stickers and decals. If you can’t find decals you particularly like, hang two coordinating framed wall pictures to match your chosen theme.