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My Mind is On...Powder Rooms

If you saw the tour of my house over at Debbie-doos, you know that after I complete the living room, my powder room is next in line for a little freshening. So it’s only natural that my mind has been on bathrooms lately! ;o) Hope you enjoy some of these inspiring images that I found. …
  • Kathy Davis

    Sarah Richardson glass shower- TILE STRIPES

  • Yellow Roses

    source: Sarah Richardson Design Master Bathroom! Love this beachy blue bathroom design! Two tone blue glass bathroom tiles with frameless glass shower is so sleek! Silver sunburst mirror over white bathroom cabinets and marble counter tops counter tops is perfect! Love the round overmount sinks as well! Blue bathroom! Blue paint wall color. Blue gray white bathroom colors.

  • LASHAWN

    Bathroom idea #sarahrichardson

  • Molly Robinson

    glass shower wall

  • Rose Mifsud

    Great idea for our Master Bath - Loooovve the shower door. Main Bathroom | Sarah Richardson Design

  • Laurie Hutchison

    Main Bathroom | Sarah Richardson Design Towel Bar on Glass Shower Door

  • Estel Keebler

    striped tile shower #bathroom decor #bathroom design #bathroom inspiration #bathroom idea| http://bathroom-inspiration-835.blogspot.com

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skylight; shelves in knee-wall; towel hooks; chair instead of stool; basket w/ toilet tissue supplies -- Bathroom | Sarah Richardson Design

small bath w/ a small shower but oh so cool. living in a 1955 home, just moving out of a 1942 home, this would be a great way to add a second small bath. hmmmmm.

bead board ceiling, tile walls. I love everything about this including the tub and mirror and cabinet over the toilet!

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Ledge above tub & floor tile border Wall Colour: Beach Comber ICI #20YY 58/082 Accent Wall: Artisan Brown ICI# 71YR 08/119 via Sarah Richardson Design

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Country kitchen. Love the cutting boards and wooden spoons clustered in the corner.

I came across this after visiting Sarah Richardson's wonderful website.