This home's original master bathroom had a sunken bathtub and a small shower, so to modernize the space and make it more functional, designers raised the floor and added a freestanding bathtub, which was the perfect addition next to the newly tiled, double-sided fireplace. Then, the same tiles that were used for the fireplace surround were also used in the shower floor, connecting the two spaces and adding warm texture to the space.
Out of the way but not forgotten, this small white bathroom with a black and white chevron shower curtain is merry and bright. Keeping a pristine look to the approach, Pure Interiors Design enlarged the space without sacrificing its attractiveness. It's fun, playful and inviting.
Mosaic tiles create a focal wall around the soaker bathtub, which sits under a chic, contemporary chandelier. A large mirror above the double vanity visually enlarges the space and bounces light around the room. Centered between the vanities is a small dressing area complete with a comfortable stool.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy reconfigured this small, dated bathroom with a spa-like design by using white and cream color tones and simple fixtures and materials for a successful makeover. The simple lines of the white vanity and gray marble countertop and floor create an airy, open feel that seems to enlarge the space exponentially.
A gray-green vanity and neutral backsplash provide a foundation in this serene transitional bathroom. A large mirror above the undermount sink, plus another on the opposite wall, create an optical illusion to enlarge the small space.
Susan Brunstrum updated this small powder room by using a monochromatic color palette to enlarge the space. Taupe, cream and beige create an unified effect, while a dark wood mirror above the vanity coordinates with the dark wood of the bathroom door. The look is understated but is soft and welcoming.
Black and white is a great choice for a small bathroom because these colors can serve to enlarge the space. Here, Pure Interiors Design kept the black tones to a minimum by employing it solely in the shower curtain as the focal point in the room. White tiles walls, simple fixtures and a large mirror with a beveled inset complete this pristine look.