5 Instagrammable Powder Rooms You’ve Been Dreaming Of

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The powder room used to be an afterthought, but today, designers and developers are going above and beyond to create distinctive powder rooms that leave a lasting impression. From custom wall paneling and unique custom lighting to marble vanities, here are five powder rooms we can’t stop dreaming about.

40 Bleecker

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Photo credit: Bjorn Wallender

NoHo’s 40 Bleecker is the first ever residential building from designer-to-the-stars, Ryan Korban, who has imbued the interiors with his trademark over-the-top touches and mixing of styles. This classic powder room leaves no detailed unturned with hand-selected statuary marble and custom lighting from Bill Schwinghammer. Perfectly backlighting the space, the powder room was intentionally designed to be selfie-friendly and ensure you look your best.

 

350 West 71st Street

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Courtesy MW Studio and Nina Poon

This pre-war condominium building is amenity-rich and marries comfort and relaxation with convenience and glamour. The building boasts beautiful residences that blend the elegance of the Upper West Side with stunning contemporary interiors, inclusive of the chic and fashionable powder room. Ideal for getting ready for a night on the town, the powder room boasts wood paneling, complemented by Fior Di Basco, Honed custom sink and faucet by Waterworks Henry Series in Vintage Brass. The lighting in the room is also flawless, perfect for applying photo ready make-up.

 

30 Park Place Four Seasons Private Residences

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Courtesy 30 Park Place

Located in Tribeca, 30 Park Place is the tallest condominium tower to grace the Downtown skyline at 926 feet, with panoramic views of Manhattan. Designed by celebrated architect, Robert A.M. Stern, 30 Park Place features 157 residences of a mix of one-to-six bedrooms. The powder rooms of Penthouse 78B are everything you can expect from a Four Seasons establishment. Stern custom-designed marble vanities add a touch of elegance and a neutral color palette with soft lighting is like having a personal photo studio, in your house—perfect for selfies.

 

77 Greenwich

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Courtesy Binyan Studios

77 Greenwich is a new residential condominium with a boutique approach to upscale urban living featuring show-stopping water views, architecture by FXCollaborative and interiors by the renowned Deborah Berke Partners—the firm known for the interiors at the world’s tallest residential building, 432 Park Avenue. Adding to the graciousness and comfort of the layouts, each of 77 Greenwich’s 90 residences includes a powder room. These powder rooms boast custom-carved and polished Calacatta Lincoln sink bowls and backsplash panels enhanced by sandblasted and brushed Bianco Mist quartzite floors.

 

Greenwich West

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Photo credit: Alan Tansey

With 170 loft-style condominium residences, Greenwich West is one of the tallest new buildings in Manhattans Hudson Square neighborhood, offering great views of the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty. The interiors have been beautifully designed by star Parisian architect and interior designer Sebastien Segers, who is known for his work with clients such as Giorgio Armani, Christian Dior and his 20+ year collaboration with legendary designer Marc Newson. A standout within, the powder rooms at Greenwich West are outfitted in Zebrino marble with custom-designed curved vanities featuring Laufen toilets and Hansgrohe Axor Bouroullec collection fittings in polished nickel. 

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