A small bathroom evokes a traditional feel thanks to black-and-white trellis-patterned wallpaper, a vintage-style pendant light and a classic blue framed mirror, which also provides the room's pop of color.
Sarah Fishburne, Director of Trend and Design at The Home Depot believes smaller spaces lend themselves to bold color choices. Powder rooms, entry halls or a study are great areas to saturate with your favorite daring paint color. For example, this small powder room in radiant orchid makes a stunning statement.
In the powder room, designers wanted to continue the comfortable, modern ranch style they started in the living room, so they anchored their design in the white shiplap that covers most of the walls in the house. Then, they added a wood vanity with a gray countertop that echoes the colors of the furniture in the living room. Finally, designers added a bit of edgy contrast with a black mirror, black fixtures and black sconces.
Spa-Like Bathroom Fixtures From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled this small bathroom with sleek, spa-like amenities like this contemporary chrome faucet, matching vanity mirror and mosaic tile backsplash in calming hues.
Small Yet Striking Bathroom With Herringbone Tile Walls
Originally constructed in 1909, this small master bathroom could not be expanded in terms of space. By embracing dark, moodier colors and installing gleaming tile surfaces and chrome finishes, the room was given a larger personality.
Black can feel like a scary choice on the wall, but it can actually make a space more intimate. This gorgeous bathroom uses the color brilliantly and turns it into a cool platform for crisp color contrasts like the white towels and pretty wood dresser.
Gold accents bring a little sparkle to this dramatically black master bathroom. The double vanity features deep vessel sinks and face the large, walk-in glass shower. For a true spa experience, the bathtub area is designed with floor-to-ceiling marble.
A wood wrapping that starts from the vanity and goes through the tub and wall helps to emphasize the agate wall as the focal point in the bathroom. Mirrors and large glass window applications give the room the illusion of openness making it feel larger.