In the TriBeCa loft that fashion designer Beth Blake shares with her husband and two children, designer Steven Sclaroff covered the bathroom in a bright wallpaper "in the spirit of the vestibule," Jardin Chinois by Christopher Norman. The Classic rectangular tub is enveloped in solid teak.
Since this Beverly Hills apartment has only one bathroom, it also has to function as the powder room, so designer Joe Nye wanted it to be "slightly dramatic, and as elegant as possible." He covered the walls with Cowtan & Tout's Laurent Stripe in Red and Gold and hung a 19th-century mirror.
Sleek features are adornment enough for lacquered dyed maple paneling and cabinetwork in this bathroom, as designer David Easton proves in this tribute to luxe modernity.
Lively scenes and vivid wallpaper reds, plus an eye-catching crimson shade, distract attention from the awkward space designer Meg Braff had to work with.
Because a full second bath also serves as the powder room in this house, designer Joe Nye installed a mini "butler's tray" laden with amenities to delight guests.
In this all-white bath, a red striped rug gives the space a bold focal point and brightens everything up. Design consultant Ellen O'Neill added details and accessories — like this canvas sling chair — throughout the Bridgehampton, New York house to keep a casual vibe.
In a Santa Monica house, Michael S. Smith selected Shanghai Deco wallpaper in red from Clarence House to add a fanciful touch in the powder room. Swing-arm sconces with milk glass shades from Ann-Morris. Console sink from Smith's Country collection for Kallista.