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29 Small Yet Cool Under Stair Powder Rooms
If you have a staircase in your home and there’s some space under it, make the use of it! It can be turned into a sitting zone, a reading nook, a wine cellar, a working space, a kids’ play space or even a powder room! I’d like to share some ideas on the latter as a guest toilet is a necessary thing in every home and designing this room on such a small amount of space may be very tricky.
Choose the style and color palette for the space – though it’s pretty small, it should be stylish, too. Such a powder room usually corresponds with the room on the outside and its colors for a cohesive look. Make a door that saves the space – it should be opened to the next room or it can be a sliding one. Go for materials you like – printed wallpaper, wall panels, elegant tiles – as this space won’t be super wet, you can not limit yourself to only tiles or concrete, for example.
a small under stair guest toilet clad with white tiles, with a faux window, white appliances and a mirror in an ornated frame
a catchy under stair bathroom with white and printed tiles, white appliances and a small metal shelf for towels
a catchy under stari powder room clad with marble penny tiles, white appliances, a lit up mirror, an industrial shelf and neutral towels
a contemporary powder room done with geometric tiles, a pedestal sink, a wall-mounted shelf for storage
a cozy little powder room done with warm-colored tiles, a glass shelf and everything necessary
a creative nautical under stair powder room with a cool artwork right on the wall, a free-standing sink and a window
a minimalist powder room with a mirror and a sink plus toilet combo - you won't need more
a minimalist under stair powder room done in white, with floating appliances and a rectangular mirror plus a striped towel
a modern neutral powder room with a sink-toilet combo, a mirror with a shelf and some lights
a modern under stair powder room with graphite grey walls, printed tiles, a window with artworks and black appliances
a powder room styled with white tiles and vintage printed wallpaper for an elegant vintage feel
Now the main question that is popping up: how to make maximum of a tiny powder room? Choose neutrals or light colors, they will visually expand the space. Think of floating appliances that don’t take any floor space, or go for a very compact vanity with a sink and a small toilet or even try a toilet-sink combo, a popular idea for small spaces. Illuminate the space with several built-in lights or choose wall sconces to again save the space – pendant lamps and floor lamps aren’t for small powder rooms. If there’s a window, keep it, you may go for frosted glass or place some potted plants or artworks but keep the window to let natural light inside. All these tips should help you make the use of your powder room in the best way possible. Get inspired by the ideas we’ve gathered and make your powder room perfect!
a pretty under stair powder room with auqa blue and printed tiles, white appliances, potted plants and a tiny faux window
a refined powder room with an arched door, a stained vanity with drawers, a mirror in a gold frame under the stairs
a simple and modern under stairs powder room with white floating appliances, a round mirror, a small shelf and some towels
a small and elegant powder room with grey walls, a window, tiles on the floor, a vintage vanity with a sink and a pouf
a small and pretty under stair powder room with pink chevron tiles, speckle wallpaper, a blue floating vanity and a small sink