This small bathroom's white vanity with lantern doors is the room's focal point, answering the homeowner's request for Moroccan flair. The skylight and white marble backsplash help the space feel more light and open.
Designers chose to go white with this small bathroom to make up for its tiny size and limited natural light. A period sink and tub added architectural details and penny and subway tiles gave a simple and timeless feel.
An accent wall covered in blue mosaic tiles instantly sets a lovely tone in this small bathroom. Brass and wood add to the warmth of the room and the decor's slim lines are just the right size for the petite space.
Designer Rebecca Pogonitz gave this small bathroom a luxurious facelift with a few cosmetic changes and a space-saving fixture. The floating vanity frees up visual space, while a pretty capiz pendant brings out the cream and bronze tones in the new backsplash.
Black, white and gray make a handsome color palette for this small bathroom. At the end of the room, a walk-in shower feels more luxurious than a tub, especially with its chic, graphic shower curtain. Gray tiles give depth and visual interest to the floor.
Paint the ceiling for a cohesive designer look. For this small bathroom, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch used Benjamin Moore’s Habanero Pepper, which matches the reddish tones in the chinoiserie wallpaper. Also, she had the seagrass rug custom cut, which is not a budget buster, and added a border with a yard of fabric that coordinated with the wallpaper.
Bold, graphic wallpaper leads into this small contemporary bathroom, where classic subway tile plays a central role. Stained concrete grounds the space, while a sleek black vanity adds to the modern feel.
Little details give this white bathroom subtle style: a gray mosaic tile stripe in the shower, the simple wood vanity, the marble floor. Filling the wall above the sink and toilet with mirrors helps the small space feel big.