Coats Homes’ Powder Bath Rundown

We’ve got a thing for powder bathrooms, and we’re not ashamed to admit it. Because it’s a small area, you can explore trends you might otherwise be afraid to try.  We love seeing clients take risks with floating vanities, tiled walls, unexpected sconces, and bold wallpaper. Here is a highlight of our favorite powder bathrooms of the past year. Enjoy!

{picture above - interior design by Theresa Rowe, architectural design by J. Wilson Fuqua, built by Coats Homes

{picture above - interior design by Jenkins Interiors, built by Coats Homes

{picture above - interior design by Neal Stewart, built by Coats Homes}  

{picture above - interior design by Collins Interiors, built by Coats Homes

{picture above -interior design by Anne Williams; architecture by Pfeffer Torode, and built by Coats Homes}

One of our personal favorites is the powder bathroom at 3717 Marquette.  We aren’t quite ready for the reveal, but here is a sneak peak of what is to come… 

{picture above -Interior design by Coats Homes

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