Alison, Liz & Nicole's Shared Space — Small Cool Contest | Apartment Therapy

Who says bathroom walls have to be boring! Gallery wall in a small bathroom - Alison, Liz & Nicole's Shared Space Small Cool Contest

Marble tiled wall, brass fixtures, and a great light in a tiny bathroom #jeffreyalanmarks #JAM #homedecor

Marble subway tile with gold fixtures. Beautiful powder room with marble subway tile backsplash and modern black bathroom vanity with gold wall-mount faucet with lever handles by Kohler. Oil-rubbed bronze sconce and bathroom art.

Cole & Son David Hicks wallpaper + Catchpole & Rye basin by Amber Design Group

Loving round mirrors and console sinks Cole & Son David Hicks wallpaper + Catchpole & Rye basin by Amber Design Group

Pretty little cloakroom but wouldn't have wood in a bathroom again. Difficult to maintain. Water and soap damage happens quickly.

Could use big tiles to hide wet? Pretty little cloakroom but wouldn't have wood in a bathroom again. Difficult to maintain.

Stunning Chinoiserie style powder room with blue and orange Chinoiserie wallpaper over a black sink vanity with fretwork cabinet doors accented with crystal hardware and cream countertops which frame an oval shaped sink below a silver bamboo vanity mirror illuminated by polished nickel wall sconces on either side.

WALLPAPER>>>>Ann Lowengart Interiors - bathrooms - teal and orange wallpaper, chinoiserie wallpaper, chinoiserie powder room, chinoiserie powder room wal.

Bespoke New Basement Kitchen, Kingston, London - contemporary - Powder Room - Other Metro - Casey & Fox

washroom downstairs Bespoke New Basement Kitchen, Kingston, London - contemporary - Powder Room - Other Metro - Casey & Fox

Bespoke New Basement Kitchen, Kingston, London - contemporary - Powder Room - Other Metro - Casey & Fox

washroom downstairs Bespoke New Basement Kitchen, Kingston, London - contemporary - Powder Room - Other Metro - Casey & Fox

When it comes to interiors, though dark colours may seem daunting, stepping away from pale shades doesn’t mean your space needs to look dark and gloomy. Deep, rich hues, like inky blues, charcoal greys and smoky blacks, will add an instant hit of luxe sophistication to any space. So, whether you’re after cosy and intimate or grand and sprawling, here’s how to experiment with the sultriest shades of the season…

Interiors Trend: Dark Colours

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