2,490 Mediterranean Powder Room Design Ideas
Maggetti Construction Inc.
Powder Room, Tile,
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Powder room with textured tile and wall mounted faucet.
Photo by Seth Hannula
Rachel Betz Luxury Real Estate Design/Development
Fabulous powder room with mix of rustic and traditional touches. Copper sink, travertine countertop, formal wallpaper, hand scraped wood floors.
Ania Omski-Talwar Location: Danville, CA, USA The house was built in 1963 and is reinforced cinder block construction, unusual for California, which makes any renovation work trickier. The kitchen we replaced featured all maple cabinets and floors and pale pink countertops. With the remodel we didn’t change the layout, or any window/door openings. The cabinets may read as white, but they are actually cream with an antique glaze on a flat panel door. All countertops and backsplash are granite. The original copper hood was replaced by a custom one in zinc. Dark brick veneer fireplace is now covered in white limestone. The homeowners do a lot of entertaining, so even though the overall layout didn’t change, I knew just what needed to be done to improve function. The husband loves to cook and is beyond happy with his 6-burner stove. https://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/90234951/list/zinc-range-hood-and-a-limestone-fireplace-create-a-timeless-look davidduncanlivingston.com
SINGLEPOINT DESIGN BUILD INC.
Powder room with restored 18th Century vanity and wall paper by Candice Olsen
LETTER FOUR, INC.
Photography by Robert D. Gentry
Neolithic Design Stone and Tile
Antique limestone sink, inlaid with accent tile, Maltese limestone and a custom square chair rail completes this powder room. Neolithic Design is the ultimate source for unique and reclaimed stone sinks. Salvaged from all over the Mediterranean, Neolithic Design has a collection of rare reclaimed stone elements ranging from fireplaces, fountains, grand entryways, pavers, flooring and much more. For more information call (949) 955-0414 or (310) 289-0414
Situated on a 3.5 acre, oak-studded ridge atop Santa Barbara's Riviera, the Greene Compound is a 6,500 square foot custom residence with guest house and pool capturing spectacular views of the City, Coastal Islands to the south, and La Cumbre peak to the north. Carefully sited to kiss the tips of many existing large oaks, the home is rustic Mediterranean in style which blends integral color plaster walls with Santa Barbara sandstone and cedar board and batt. Landscape Architect Lane Goodkind restored the native grass meadow and added a stream bio-swale which complements the rural setting. 20' mahogany, pocketing sliding doors maximize the indoor / outdoor Santa Barbara lifestyle by opening the living spaces to the pool and island view beyond. A monumental exterior fireplace and camp-style margarita bar add to this romantic living. Discreetly buried in the mission tile roof, solar panels help to offset the home's overall energy consumption. Truly an amazing and unique property, the Greene Residence blends in beautifully with the pastoral setting of the ridge while complementing and enhancing this Riviera neighborhood.