9 Links WayContemporary Powder Room, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Powder room – bold approachLining the back wall with an image of a jetty is an inspired choice here – it appears to run right into the room, and the timber-board theme is then carried through with bathroom flooring. Tip: Use concealed lighting to heighten the sense of being in the scene – here, lighting recessed into the ceiling makes the sky appear to glow.Room of the Week: A Small, Perfectly Formed Powder Room
7. Feel as if you’re somewhere elseThe use of a photographic mural makes a small space like this look huge. These images come on a roll and are hung like wallpaper, so they make a straightforward DIY task. Just ensure you centre the image and work outwards if the positioning is important, as in this example. You can make a bathroom look as if it’s in a forest, on a beach, at the end of a pier or in any of numerous other beautiful places. Lots of wallpaper companies offer this option now, so shop around.Add big style to itty bitty bathrooms
9. Play with perspectiveWhy not incorporate a fun photo into a room to create an optical illusion, like the one in this fabulous cloakroom.There are plenty of services now where you can turn your favourite snap into a mural. Why not create a beach scene behind your bed or a cloudy sky on your ceiling?