Keep it simple. By using a modest color palette with just a pop of color from the red chair, this bathroom demonstrates simple elegance in a small area. If possible, avoid buying window treatments to create an illusion of more space. “A minimalist look eases the budget,” says Stephanie Andrews of Atlanta-based Balance Design.
Pops of red are bold surprises in this spa bathroom, where pampering is the order of the day. A huge soaking tub is bathed in natural light in front of the windows. And the large walk-in shower is clad in marble with a glass door.
This guest bathroom features chair railing on the lower half of the walls and a serene shade of green painted on the top half. The bathroom also features a window bench with a striking red pillow to accessorize.
The mirror in this outdoor bathroom gives the illusion of two gardens, and the clear glass door leads to the indoor bathroom, connecting the two spaces. A sleek wooden chair with a red cushion adds a punch of color to the outdoor space.
A contemporary soaker bathtub is set up on a riser to give it maximum views of downtown San Diego. Black-and-white mosaic tiles create a contemporary, graphic backdrop to the bathroom. A small balcony houses a sleek, red chair for relaxing by the bay.