5 powder rooms so inviting your guests may linger extra long in them

In the two-bedroom penthouse at 58 Walker Street (priced at $4.895 million), a mezzanine level powder room is done up in patterned wallpaper and accented with a red-rimmed mirror.


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Besides providing an often much-needed extra toilet, the nice thing about a powder room is that the small space is the ideal canvas for exercising a little design creativity. Here, five half-baths that fit the bill.

A black toilet and golden, wavy sink basin make a bold statement in the powder room  of this two bedroom co-op at 785 Fifth Avenue (on the market for 5.75 million).

Grey subway tiles combined with a white sink wall-hung toilet lend an air of industrial-chic to the powder room of this six-floor, 12-room townhouse at 416 West 51st Street (listed at $14 million).

Every powder room needs an adjoining laundry room, like this one within a two-bedroom loft at 42 Lispenard Street in Tribeca (yours for $4.35 million)

Just off the foyer of this ground-floor two-bedroom condo at 261 West 25th Street (priced at $3.39 million) is this stylish powder room embellished with mosaic tile and finished with Grohe fixtures.